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Oct 3 – 21, 2022
Institut Pascal
Europe/Paris timezone

HF2022: Heavy Flavours from small to large systems

This program focuses on the physics of open heavy flavour and quarkonium production in the hot and dense QCD medium created in heavy-ion collisions, as well as in vacuum. The scope is to foster discussions among theorists and experimentalists, towards unifying the description of the open and hidden heavy-flavour sectors. Details on the scientific program can be found in the program tab.

This is a three-week program. The first two weeks will consist of selected talks by keynote speakers with ample time for discussions. One or two topics per day will be addressed (max. of 2 oral presentations per day, allowing time for discussions).

  • Week 1: HF production in proton-proton/nucleus, electron-proton/nucleus and ultra-peripheral collisions;
  • Week 2: HF production in cold and hot nuclear medium;

The third week, a workshop will be organised to summarize the discussions and link them with other related topics.

This program will be hosted by the Institut Pascal (Orsay, France). The participants can be allocated an office during their stay.

The organisers would like to ask participants needing a calm space for babies or toddlers, as well as those needing help to find daycare for their kids during the program to please contact us. We will do our best to help you.



This programme is supported by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under Grant agreement no. 824093, by the Agence Nationale de la Recherche (ANR) via the grant ANR-20-CE31-0015 (“PrecisOnium”), via the “P2IO LabEx (ANR-10-LABX-0038)” and the "P2I" axis of the Graduate School of Physics of Université Paris-Saclay.

Institut Pascal
Rue André Rivière 91400 Orsay

Contact of Scientific Organisers :

Zaïda Conesa del Valle: conesa_at_ijclab.in2p3.fr

Jean-Philippe Lansberg: lansberg_at_in2p3.fr

Laure Massacrier: massacrier_at_ipno.in2p3.fr

There is an open survey.