SchwingerFest 2022: muon g-2

from Tuesday, 14 June 2022 (09:00) to Friday, 17 June 2022 (16:15)
Physics and Astronomy Building (1-425)

        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
14 Jun 2022
15 Jun 2022
16 Jun 2022
17 Jun 2022
AM
09:00 The muon g-2 experiment at Fermilab - Graziano Venanzoni (INFN-Pisa)   (1-425)
09:50 Muon g-2 theory overview I - Martin Hoferichter (Bern)   (1-425)
10:40 --- Coffee ---
11:25 Muon g-2 theory overview II: BSM models - Sven Heinemeyer   (1-425)
09:00
HVP (until 10:30) (1-425)
09:00 The DHMZ methodology for the data-driven HVP determination with realistic uncertainties (online) - Bogdan Malaescu   (1-425)
09:30 Data-driven HVP from KNT (online) - Thomas Teubner (University of Liverpool)   (1-425)
10:00 Muon g-2 Standard Model predition - experimental input - Achim Denig (Mainz)   (1-425)
10:30 --- Coffee ---
11:00
HVP (until 12:30) (1-425)
11:00 HVP contribution to the muon g-2 (HPQCD/FNAL/MILC) - Ruth Van de Water (FNAL)   (1-425)
11:30 The HVP contribution to the muon g-2 (BMW) - Laurent Lellouch (University of Marseille)   (1-425)
12:00 The hadronic vacuum polarization (RBC/UKQCD) - Christoph Lehner   (1-425)
09:00
HVP (until 12:00) (1-425)
09:00 Isospin breaking corrections to HVP contributions to g-2 from the lattice - Antonin Portelli (University of Edinburgh)   (1-425)
09:45 Lattice calculation of isospin breaking corrections to the HVP - Marina Marinkovic (ETH)   (1-425)
10:15 --- Coffee ---
10:45 Isospin breaking corrections to the HVP contribution to the muon g-2 (RBC/UKQCD) - Aaron Meyer (UC Berkely and LBNL)   (1-425)
11:15 Status of the Fermilab Lattice/HPQCD/MILC collaborations project on the QED and SIB corrections to the HVP contribution of the muon g-2 - Craig McNeile (Plymouth University)   (1-425)
09:00
MUonE (until 10:00) (1-425)
09:00 MUonE: theory aspects - Massimo Passera (Padua University)   (1-425)
09:30 The MUonE experiment - Graziano Venanzoni (INFN-Pisa)   (1-425)
10:00
HVP (until 11:30) (1-425)
10:00 Scale setting and decay constants from the Budapest-Marseille-Wuppertal collaboration - Finn Stokes (Juelich)   (1-425)
10:30 --- Coffee ---
11:00 Toward a precise computation of the hadronic contribution to the muon g − 2 by multi-level Monte Carlo integration - Leonardo Giusti (University of Milan)   (1-425)
11:30
Hadronic Light-by-Light (until 12:30) (1-425)
11:30 The hadronic light-by-light scattering contribution to the muon g-2 (RBC/UKQCD) - Luchang Jin (UCONN / RBRC) Luchang Jin   (1-425)
12:00 Hadronic Light-by-Light scattering contribution to the muon g-2 with Wilson-Clover quarks - Antoine Gerardin (University of Marseille)   (1-425)
PM
12:15 --- Lunch ---
14:00 Muon g-2 theory overview III: lattice HVP - Hartmut Wittig (Mainz)   (1-425)
14:50 Muon g-2/EDM experiment at J-PARC - Tsutomu Mibe (KEK)   (1-425)
15:40 --- Coffee ---
16:00 Naturalness and g-2 - Nima Arkani-Hamed (IAS)   (1-425)
16:40 Magic zeroes and g-2 - Nathaniel Craig (UC Santa Barbara)   (1-425)
17:20 Muon magnetic moment in Z’ models - Julian Heeck (University of Virginia)   (1-425)
18:30
Reception (until 20:00) ()
12:30 --- Lunch ---
14:30
HVP (until 15:30) (1-425)
14:30 Window observables and the HVP from Lattice QCD - an update from the Mainz group - Simon Kuberski (Mainz)   (1-425)
15:00 Short and intermediate distance contributions to the hadronic vacuum polarization term of the muon using twisted-mass fermions - Giuseppe Gagliardi (Roma 3)   (1-425)
15:30 --- Coffee ---
16:00
HVP (until 17:00) (1-425)
16:00 Muon g - 2 with overlap valence fermion - Keh-Fei Liu (University of Kentucky)   (1-425)
16:30 The muon anomalous magnetic moment with staggered fermions: is the lattice spacing small enough? - Maarten Golterman (San Francisco State University)   (1-425)
17:00 Testing g-2 with muon beams - Yoni Kahn (Univeristy of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign)   (1-425)
18:30
Banquet (until 20:30) ()
20:00 Julian Schwinger, the Physicist, the Teacher, and the Man - Jack Ng (University of North Carolina)   ()
12:00 --- Lunch ---
14:00
BSM (until 16:30) (1-425)
14:00 BSM Interpretations of the Flavor Anomalies - Bhupal Dev (Washington University)   (1-425)
14:30 Challenges for an axion explanation of the muon g-2 measurement - J.J. Fan (Brown University)   (1-425)
15:00 Hunting for new physics with leptonic g-2 - Paride Paradisi (Padua University)   (1-425)
15:30 --- Coffee ---
16:00 BSM models for g-2 above and below the electroweak scale - Enrico Sessolo (National Centre for Nuclear Research)   (1-425)
16:30 Holographic QCD and hadronic contribution to the muon g-2 - Anton Rebhan (Technical University of Wien)   (1-425)
17:00
BSM (until 18:00) (1-425)
17:00 Muon g-2 anomaly in CP/flavor-safe SUSY models (online) - Norimi Yokozaki (Zhejiang University)   (1-425)
17:30 Plausible BSM explanations of muon g-2? (online) - Peter Athron   (1-425)
12:30 --- Lunch ---
14:30
Hadronic Light-by-Light (until 16:00) (1-425)
14:30 Short distance contributions to HLbL - Johan Bijnens (Lund University)   (1-425)
15:00 Short-Distance constraints to the data-driven HLbL g-2 - Antonio Rodriguez-Sanchez (IJCLab, Orsay)   (1-425)
15:30 Dispersive Approach(es) to Hadronic Light-by-Light Scattering - Jan Luedtke (Universität Wien)   (1-425)