VISPA proudly hosted FPCP 2019 in May

VISPA proudly hosted the Conference on Flavor Physics and CP Violation, FPCP 2019, which brought 80 physicists from around the world to Victoria. The conference was held on the campus of the University of Victoria from May 6-10, 2019.  The FPCP conference series has been held annually since 2002, when it was founded through a merger of the Heavy Flavor (HF) and B Physics and CP Violation (BPCP) series.  

The format of the conference consisted primarily of plenary sessions where invited experts reviewed the progress in both theory and experiment on a range of topics:

  • CP violation in hadrons and leptons
  • Rare decays of hadrons and leptons
  • Heavy quark decays and CKM metrology
  • Heavy non-qqbar mesons and pentaquarks
  • Neutrino physics and PMNS metrology
  • Flavor and the Higgs and Dark sectors
  • The interplay between flavor and high-pT physics at the LHC

There was also some shorter talks in a modest number of parallel sessions, and poster presentations. Please visit FPCP2019 for more information.