Program

10/3 Thu.

Time

Speaker

Title

9:00-9:30

----- Registration -----

Chair: Xiao-Gang He

9:30-10:10

Yee Hsiung

Recent Results of Kaon Rare Decay Experiments
Slide

10:10-10:50

Abner Soffer

Observation of D0->K pi e e and search for rare or forbidden D0 decays
Slide

10:50-11:20

----- Break -----

Chair: Pao-Ti Chang

11:20-12:00

Hsiang-nan Li

Direct CP asymmetry in charm decays
Slide

12:00-12:40

Ying Li

Simple model for CPV in charm, RK and muon g-2
Slide

12:40-12:50

Group photo

12:50-14:00

----- Lunch -----

Chair: Pyungwon Ko

14:00-14:40

Yi Yang

Latest Results on Heavy Quarkonium Measurements in p+p, p+Au and Au+Au Collisions at STAR
Slide

14:40-15:20

Jusak Tandean

Exploring lepton-flavor violation in tau and K->pi nu nu decays
Slide

15:20-15:50

Girish Kumar

Minimal new physics explanation for anomalies in hadronic tau decays
Slide

15:50-16:20

Xiao-Dong Ma

Kaon neutrinoless double-beta decay from EFT perspective
Slide

16:20-16:40

----- Break -----

Chair: Rong-Shyang Lu

16:40-17:20

Tzu-Chiang Yuan

Complex Scalar Dark Matter in G2HDM
Slide

17:20-18:00

Jiunn-Wei Chen

What can atomic physics contribute to neutrino and light dark matter detections?
Slide

18:00-18:30

Bo-Qiang Lu

Goldstone Dark Matter and its Gravitational Wave Detection
Slide

18:30-20:00

Reception

 

 

10/4 Fri.

Time

Speaker

Title

Chair: Min-Zu Wang

9:00-9:40

Abner Soffer

The Belle II experiment: status and physics prospects
Slide

9:40-10:20

Alessandro Gaz

First look at CKM parameters from early Belle II data
Slide

10:20-10:50

----- Break -----

Chair: Shinya Kanemura

10:50-11:30

George Wei-Shu Hou

Simplicity can be Complex: Standard Model with Extra Yukawa Couplings
Slide

11:30-12:10

Ulrich Haisch

The Higgs: high-p_T vs. low-energy phenomena
Slide

12:10-12:50

Tanmoy Modak

Charged Higgs and Leptoquark induced B->ell nu decays
Slide

12:50-14:00

----- Lunch -----

Chair: Chuan-Ren Chen

14:00-14:40

Henry Wong

Searches of Light Dark Matter
Slide

14:40-15:20

Chian-Shu Chen

Fundamental oscillation modes of self-interacting bosonic dark stars
Slide

15:40-17:30

Shuttle bus travel NTU->NCTS

 

 

10/5 Sat.

Time

Speaker

Title

Chair: Ryuichiro Kitano

9:00-9:40

Martin Spinrath

Fermion Masses and Mixing in GUTs
Slide

9:40-10:20

Chen Zhang

Composite Flavor Dynamics from GUT Scale
Slide

10:20-10:50

----- Break -----

Chair: Chao-Qiang Geng

10:50-11:30

Michael Schmidt

Searches for charged lepton flavour violation at colliders
Slide

11:30-12:10

Ryuichiro Kitano

Leptogenesis via Neutrino Oscillation Magic
Slide

12:10-12:50

Bo-Qiang Ma

Lorentz and CPT violations from ultra-high energy cosmic neutrinos
Slide

12:50-14:00

----- Lunch -----

Chair: Kingman Cheung

14:00-14:40

Liang Li

Current Status of Muon g-2 Experiment at Fermilab
Slide

14:40-15:20

Chuan-Hung Chen

Two-loop radiative seesaw, muon g-2, and dark matter in an U(1)_chi scotogenic model
Slide

15:20-16:00

Shinya Kanemura

A scenario of CP violation with less EDM constraints in extended Higgs sectors
Slide

16:00-16:20

----- Break -----

Chair: Michael Schmidt

16:20-17:00

Meng-Ru Wu

A new constraint on light bSM particles with supernovae
Slide

17:00-17:40

Guey-Lin Lin

Polarization effects in the search for dark bosons
Slide

17:40-18:00

Kazuki Enomoto

Higgs LFV decays in the model for Dirac neutrino masses and dark matter
Slide

18:30-20:00

Banquet

 

 

10/6 Sun.

Time

Speaker

Title

Chair: Abner Soffer

9:30-10:10

Akimasa Ishikawa

Missing energy and electroweak penguin modes in early Belle II data
Slide

10:10-10:50

Yu-Kuo Hsiao

CP violation in baryonic B decays
Slide

10:50-11:20

----- Break -----

Chair: Bo-Qiang Ma

11:20-12:00

Chun-Khiang Chua

Color-allowed Bottom Baryon to s-wave and p-wave Charmed Baryon non-leptonic Decays
Slide

12:00-12:20

Ting Cheng

Dark matter induced Brownian motion
Slide

12:20-13:30

----- Lunch -----

Chair: Cheng-Wei Chiang

13:30-14:10

Kwei-Chou Yang

Thermal Evolution of the Secluded Vector Dark Matter
Slide

14:10-14:50

Yuan-Hann Chang

Latest Result from the AMS experiment

14:50-15:30

Pyungwon Ko

Role of gauge invariance and unitarity in DM physics
Slide

 

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