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Monday March 29
09:00-12:00 Registration (North Cloisters)
12:00-13:00 Lunch (North Cloisters)
13:00-15:30 STFC Town Meeting (Cruciform-LT1, Chair: Janet Seed)
13:00-13:45 Prioritisation Outcomes/Implementation and the Drayson Review  John Womersley STFC
13:45-14:00 PPAN  Jordan Nash Imperial College
14:00-14:15 Particle Physics Advisory Panel  Claire Shepherd-Themistocleous RAL PPD
14:15-14:30 Astro-Particle Physics Advisory Panel  Alex Murphy Edinburgh University
14:30-15:30 Discussion  
15:30-16:00 Tea/Coffee (North Cloisters)
16:00-16:05 Opening Address by the Provost & President of UCL, Professor Malcolm Grant (Cruciform-LT1)
16:05-18:00 Plenary 1 : The Energy Frontier (Cruciform-LT1, Chair: Phil Allport)
16:05-16:15 Welcome  Dave Waters UCL
16:15-16:50 LHC Status and First Data  Dave Charlton Birmingham University
16:50-17:25 Cosmic Particle Accelerators  Werner Hofmann MPI Heidelberg
17:25-18:00 Theoretical Developments at the Energy Frontier  Malcolm Fairbairn Kings College London
18:00-20:30Reception (North Cloisters)
Tuesday March 30
09:00-10:30 Plenary 2 : Colliders (Cruciform-LT1, Chair: Peter Ratoff)
09:00-09:30 Latest Collider Results  Aidan Robson Glasgow University
09:30-10:00 LHC Phenomenology  Peter Richardson Durham University/IPPP
10:00-10:30 Flavour Physics  Val Gibson Cambridge University
10:30-11:00 Tea/Coffee (North Cloisters)
11:00-13:00 Parallel 1
LHC GPD Prospects I
(Cruciform-LT1, Chair: Steve Lloyd)
Flavour & Rare Decays
(Pearson-LT, Chair: Tim Gershon)
(Chadwick-LT, Chair: Jeff Hartnell)
Detector & Accelerator R&D I
(Cruciform-LT2, Chair: Peter Hobson)
11:00-11:15 Studies of W boson production in association with jets at ATLAS
Maria Fiascaris CERN
Early Bs lifetime fitting
Gemma Fardell University of Edinburgh
Neutrinoless Double Beta Decay
Chan-fai Wong Durham University
Charge Collection Annealing in ATLAS SCT Silicon Sensors
Craig Wiglesworth University of Liverpool
11:15-11:30 MSSM Higgs to tau tau
Katharine Leney University of Liverpool
Prospects of CP violation in charged B decays at LHCb
Gareth Rogers University of Cambridge
NC1pi0 interactions at the T2K Near Detector
Pawel Guzowski Imperial College London
Low Mass Support Structures for Silicon Detectors
Ryan Page Bristol University
11:30-11:45 Fully hadronic ttH and fully hadronic ttbar preselection
Michael Nash UCL
B to DK Dalitz analysis at LHCb
Susan Haines University of Cambridge
Constraining neutrino interaction systematics at T2K
James Dobson Imperial College London
Feedback on Nanosecond Timescales: maintaining luminosity at future linear colliders
B Constance University of Oxford
11:45-12:00 Prospects for H to WW searches at ATLAS
Gemma Wooden University of Oxford
Study of the decay Bu to J/Psi K at LHCb
Ross Young University of Edinburgh
T2K: Electron Neutrino Analysis At The Near Detector (ND280)
Georgios Christodoulou University of Liverpool
High resolution beam position monitoring for linear accelerators
R Apsimon University of Oxford
12:00-12:15 H to Zbb at High Mass with the ATLAS Detector
David Hadley University of Birmingham
Branching Fraction Measurement B to K pi0pi0
Eugenia Puccio University of Warwick
A Monte Carlo study of the CC1 Pi Zero Selection at the T2K Near Detector
Thomas Maryon Lancaster University
Cryodetector Readout for Dark Matter Searches
Stuart Ingleby University of Oxford
12:15-12:30 A potential search for a light charged higgs from top decays with ATLAS
Jenna Lane University of Manchester
An Amplitude analysis of D to KKpipi at CLEO
Lauren Martin University of Oxford
Measuring Antineutrino oscillations in MINOS
Nicholas Devenish University of Sussex
Talk-6: TBC
12:30-12:45 Towards a measurement of W-boson polarisation using jets and leptons with the CMS detector at the LHC
Jad Marrouche Imperial
Radiative decays at LHCb
Fatima Soomro Imperial College London
100Mo Analysis with NEMO3 and Calorimetry for SuperNEMO
Anastasia Freshville UCL
Talk-7: TBC
12:45-13:00 Talk-8: TBC
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13:00-14:00 Lunch (North Cloisters)
13:20-14:00 IoP HEPP AGM (Cruciform-LT1)
14:00-16:00 Parallel 2
LHC GPD Prospects II
(Cruciform-LT1, Chair: Peter Watkins)
Collider Physics & Theory
(Pearson-LT, Chair: Robert Thorne)
Astroparticle Physics
(Chadwick-LT, Chair: Amy Connolly)
LHC Results & Commissioning I
(Cruciform-LT2, Chair: Peter Clarke)
14:00-14:15 ZZ Diboson Selection at the ATLAS Experiment
Tom Barber University of Cambridge
HERA's Legacy for the LHC (14:00-14:25)
Mandy Cooper-Sarkar Oxford University
ANITA-2: A radio search for UHE neutrinos
Matthew Mottram UCL
LHCb VeLo High Rate Test
Jonathan Imong Bristol University
14:15-14:30 Measuring Luminosity At ATLAS
K Shaw University of Sheffield
HERA's Legacy for the LHC, pt 2 (14:00-14:25)
Mandy Cooper-Sarkar Oxford University
Results from the Pierre Auger Observatory
Johannes Knapp Leeds University
Alignment of LHCb's RICH Detectors with Collision Data
Christopher Blanks Imperial College London
14:30-14:45 Dileptonic top pairs in ATLAS
Kenneth Wraight University of Glasgow
Central Exclusive Production at the Tevatron and LHC
Lucian Harland-Lang Universtiy of Cambridge
Measurements of Cosmic Ray composition with the Pierre Auger Observatory
Ronald Bruijn Leeds University
Alignment of the LHCb RICH detectors
Matthew Coombes University of Southampton
14:45-15:00 Higgs to Tau Analysis
Gordon Ball Imperial College London
An improved treatment of double parton scattering, incorporating sum rules and pQCD evolution
Jonathan Gaunt University of Cambridge
A search for UHE neutrinos and other things which go bump in the sea
Terry Sloan Lancaster University
SCT Barrel Module Distortions
A. Mayne University of Sheffield
15:00-15:15 Early searches for supersymmetry at the LHC in the all-hadronic channel
Tom Whyntie Imperial College London
Physics studies for a future linear collider
Hajrah Tabassam University of Edinburgh
The question of anisotropy in the highest-energy cosmic rays with the Pierre Auger Observatory
Sara Gozzini Leeds University
Commissioning the ATLAS Muon Trigger with 900 GeV Collision Data
Mark Owen University of Manchester
15:15-15:30 Early TTbar Measurements in the Lepton Plus Jets Channel
Andrew Poll Queen Mary
Dectector Simulation for the second CDF Run II W mass measurement
Tom Riddick UCL
Improvements to VHE gamma ray reconstruction, by a multi-dimensional fitting method
Robert Parsons Leeds University
Talk-6: TBC
15:30-15:45 Measurement of the ttbar production cross section with early LHC data
Francis Bostock Bristol University
Renormalons, CIPT, CORGI and APT
Lai Pascalius Durham University
Gamma-Ray Astronomy at the Highest Energies with CTA
R.J. White Leeds University
Talk-7: TBC
15:45-16:00 Talk-8: TBD
Hard photon production and ME PS merging
Frank Siegert UCL
A two-mirror design for the high energy section of the Cherenkov Telescope Array
Tim Greenshaw University of Liverpool
Talk-8: TBC
16:00-16:30 Tea/Coffee (North Cloisters)
16:30-18:00 Plenary 3 : The Dark Universe (Cruciform-LT1, Chair: Alan Watson)
16:30-17:00 Direct Dark Matter Searches  Henrique Araujo Imperial College
17:00-17:30 Gravitational Waves  Sheila Rowan Glasgow University
17:30-18:00 Cosmology  Andrew Jaffe Imperial College
19:00-22:00Conference Dinner (Great Russsell Hotel)
Wednesday March 31
09:00-10:30 Plenary 4 : Neutrinos (Cruciform-LT1, Chair: Ruben Saakyan)
09:00-09:30 Neutrino Oscillations  Laura Kormos Lancaster University
09:30-10:00 Neutrinoless Double Beta Decay  Steve Biller Oxford University
10:00-10:30 Neutrino Theory  Apostolos Pilaftsis Manchester University
10:30-11:00 Tea/Coffee (North Cloisters)
11:00-13:00 Parallel 3
LHC Results and Commissioning II
(Cruciform-LT1, Chair: Norman McCubbin)
(Pearson-LT, Chair: David Miller)
Detector & Accelerator R&D II
(Chadwick-LT, Chair: Roger Barlow)
(Cruciform-LT2, Chair TBC)
11:00-11:15 DAQ System for the ATLAS Semiconductor Tracker
Tom Barber Cambridge
Differential field theory and the configuration space method
David Houseman UCL
RFQ Injector for PAMELA FFAG
Matthew Easton Imperial College London
Talk-1: TBC
11:15-11:30 ATLAS Trigger and QCD Studies
Christopher Taylor UCL
Dark Matter in the Exceptional Supersymmetric extension of the Standard Model (ESSM)
Jonathan Hall University of Southampton
MICE Particle Rate and Beam Loss
Adam Dobbs Imperial College London
Talk-2: TBC
11:30-11:45 The Performance of the ATLAS Inner Detector Trigger Algorithms in pp collisions at 900 GeV
M Sutton University of Sheffield
Probing the theoretical description of central exclusive production
Tim Coughlin UCL
The analysis of timing measurements at the Muon Ionization Cooling Experiment
Mark Rayner Oxford University
Talk-3: TBC
11:45-12:00 Indirect to Prompt Jpsi studies in e+e- mode in the ATLAS experiment
Sue Cheatham Lancaster University
Technicolor on the Lattice
Eoin Kerrane University of Edinburgh
Optimisation of the magnetised iron neutrino detector for a neutrino factory
Andrew Laing University of Glasgow
Talk-4: TBC
12:00-12:15 Towards the Commissioning of the Electron Identification in CMS experiment at CERN
Nikolaos Rompotis Imperial College London
Compositeness, discrete symmetry and flavour
James Barnard Durham University
Attenuation in the DS-ECal of the T2K Near Detector
Gavin Davies University of Lancaster
Talk-5: TBC
12:15-12:30 CMS L1 Trigger Software Validation
Kachanon Nirunpong Bristol University
Talk-6: TBC
Light Injection Calibration Systems for the T2K ECal Modules
Greg Ward University of Sheffield
Talk-6: TBC
12:30-12:45 Talk-7: TBC
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12:45-13:00 Talk-8: TBC
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13:00-14:00 Lunch (North Cloisters)
13:20-14:00 IoP APP AGM (Cruciform-LT1)
14:00-16:00 Plenary 5 : Future Facilities (Cruciform-LT1, Chair: Neville Harnew)
14:00-14:25 Particle Physics : Future Accelerator Facilities  Jordan Nash Imperial College
14:25-14:50 Particle Astrophysics : Future Facilities for Multi-Messenger Astronomy  Jim Hinton Leicester University
14:50-15:10 Underground Science in the UK  Sean Paling University of Sheffield
15:10-15:35 International Underground Science : Status and Prospects  Fabrice Piquemal CENBG Bordeaux & LSM
15:35-16:05 Finale : The View from the US  Patty McBride Fermilab
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