The second run of the LHC

About ZPW

This year

During the past years, the Zurich Phenomenology Workshop has developed into a forum for particle physics researchers to discuss the latest developments in phenomenology. Its recent editions focused on

The new data at 13 TeV provides a unique opportunity to test our ideas for the physics laws at the highest energies. The aim of the workshop is to review the experimental results, to discuss their consequences for physics beyond the Standard Model and to discuss the opportunities which open up for precision phenomenology in the future.

The workshop is organized jointly by the particle theory groups of UZH and ETH, with the support of the Pauli Center for Theoretical Studies will be held on January 9-11, 2017.

Registration is now open. Please register here.

The event starts on Monday the 9th of January at 10:00am (registration from 9:30am) and ends on Wednesday the 11th, at 13:00 in the afternoon.

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Curated by:

For any further information or questions please don't hesitate to contact ms Beatrix Huber-Hottiger or ms Denise Pin.

Confirmed Speakers


The workshop will take place at the historic ETH Main Building (Raemistrasse 101, 8092 Zürich). The talks will be hosted at the lecture theater HG F5, and there will be two smaller discussion rooms ( D5.1, D5.3) available for short meetings and discussions. You can find transportation instructions here.

Workshop dinner

The workshop dinner will take place on Tuesday 10 January, from 18:30, at the Belvoir Park Restaurant (Seestrasse 125, 8002 Zürich).

Accomodation info

The hotels on the right are conveniently located close to the main ETH building or in good connection with it via public transport.