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NUTs 2020

This is a workshop in the literal sense of the word, with people staying for two- three weeks to foster collaboration among them, and a total length of 5 weeks. Each week will be devoted to a particular neutrino subtopic. One or two presentations per day will be organized.
Extended Worshop Neutrino Theories 2020

HoloMatter

The aim of HoloMatter is to bring together experimentalists and theorists and high energy physics with low energy challenges. Researchers exploring connections between geometry, hydrodynamics and novel phases of matter will benefit from this interdisciplinary environment.

XXV IFT Christmas Workshop

This is the XXV edition of our annual Christmas Workshop at the Instituto de Física Teórica (IFT).Several world-leading experts will gather at the IFT to discuss with the local staff the recent developments in Theoretical Physics .The workshop will be held at facilities of the IFT on the campus of the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (UAM).
XXV IFT Christmas Workshop

2019 International Workshop on Baryon and Lepton Number Violation (BLV2019)

21-24 October 2019, Institute for Theoretical Physics (IFT) in Madrid, Spain. This meeting the 7th thematic workshop on Baryon and Lepton Number Violation that takes place every two years.
From the Cosmos to the LHC

16th MultiDark Consolider Workshop

Up to now science has failed to identify what makes up to 85% of the matter of the Universe. Elucidating the nature of dark matter constitutes a key challenge in modern physics. MultiDark is a Spanish Project supported by the Consolider-Ingenio 2010 Programme of the Ministry of Science and Innovation.

Navigating the Swampland

This workshop plans to gather the leading experts in the field to review our knowledge on the Swampland extension, the underlying related fundamental questions within quantum gravity and string theory as well as possible constraints for particle physics and cosmology.
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