Budker Institute of
Nuclear Physics,
Siberian Branch of Russian Academy of Science,
Novosibirsk, Russia;
Novosibirsk State University
21 - 25 May, 2018

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The International Conference CHARM 2018 will be held in Novosibirsk, Russia, from May 21 to May 25, 2018, and cohosted by Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics (BINP) and Novosibirsk State University (NSU).

The purpose of CHARM 2018 Workshop is to bring together particle and nuclear physicists working in the field related to physics of charm quark to discuss recent results in the field, including the impact on and from theory as well as projections for results to be expected from upcoming facilities.

Scientific Program

This year's conference will cover the following topics:

  • Charm and Exotics
  • Charm Meson and Baryon Spectrosopy
  • Production of Charm and Charmonia
  • Hidden and Open Charm in Media
  • Light Hadronic Spectroscopy from Decays of Charm and Charmonia
  • Leptonic, Semileptonic, Radiative and Rare Charm Decays
  • D Oscillations and CP Violation
  • Tau lepton physics
  • New Physics Scenarios for Charm Decays
  • Experimental Charm Facilities - Status and Future

International Advisory Committee

Nora Brambilla Technical Univ., Munich
Tom Browder Hawaii Univ.
Angelo Carbone Bologna Univ.
Christine Davies Glasgow Univ.
Marco Gersabeck Manchester Univ.
Yuval Grossman Cornell Univ.
Andreas Kronfeld Fermilab
Alexander Lenz Durham Univ.
Hai-Bo Li IHEP, Beijing
Ryan Mitchell Indiana Univ., Bloomington
Mikihiko Nakao KEK, Tsukuba
Steve Olsen Seoul National Univ.
Antimo Palano Bari Univ.
Chris Parkes Manchester Univ.
Klaus Peters GSI, Darmstadt
Alexey Petrov Wayne Univ., Detroit
Toni Pich Valencia Univ.
Michael Sokoloff Cincinnati Univ.
Thomas Ullrich Brookhaven National Univ.
Ramona Vogt LLNL and Univ. of California, Davis
Yifang Wang IHEP, Beijing
Guy Wilkinson CERN
Ulrich Wiedner Bochum Univ.
Bruce Yabsley Sydney Univ.
Zhengguo Zhao USTC, Hefei
Yangheng Zheng UCAS, Beijing

Local Organizing Committee

A.E. Bondar (chair)
S.I. Eidelman (co-chair)
D.V. Matvienko (Scientific Secretary)
M.V. Kuzin
A.A. Prokopenko