Event category: Conferences and Workshops

Sept. 6 - Sept. 9, 2016
Fermilab is hosting the Simplicity II Theory Workshop in conjunction with Princeton University (Simplicity I, 2014) and the Perimeter Institute (TBA Simplicity III, 2018). Various topics at the energy and cosmic frontiers will be tackled theoretically in an eclectic, open and stimulating, and cross-disciplinary fashion.
June 3 - June 6, 2017
Q Center
In the coming years, experiments at Fermilab and at J-PARC plan to reduce the uncertainties on the already very precisely measured anomalous magnetic moment of the muon by a factor of four. The goal is to resolve the current tantalizing tension between theory and experiment of three to four standard deviations.  On the theory side... More »
June 7 - June 8, 2017
1967 marked the birth of Fermilab. That year the lab hired its first employees and began operations in Illinois.  To celebrate fifty years of science and innovation, we are holding a special one-day symposium, in conjunction with the fiftieth Users Meeting.
Sept. 4 - Sept. 9, 2018, 9:00 am
This workshop aims at gathering together both theorists and ATLAS/CMS experimentalists to discuss recent results, analysis techniques and theoretical calculations of HH production. Topics to be covered include: recent results from the LHC, advances in theoretical calculations, analysis techniques, BSM phenomenology, EFT interpretations. Click here for further details.
Sept. 12 - Sept. 14, 2018, 9:00 am
This workshop will focus on applications of quantum computing technologies, algorithms, and theoretical developments of interest to the High Energy Physics community. Fermilab’s Theory Department and Scientific Computing Division are particularly interested in developing collaborations and working groups to target problems related to: Quantum simulation of quantum field theories for strongly coupled relativistic systems Toy models of gauge... More »
Aug. 12 - Aug. 14, 2019
LoopFest provides a forum for discussing the latest results in precision quantum field theory and their applications to understanding experimental data at current and future colliders. The conference will consist of three days of plenary talks.