Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics, Siberian Branch of Russian Academy of Science, Novosibirsk, Russia
September 22-25, 2008
The Workshop continues a tradition of the regular biennial scientific meetings, the first of which took place in 1990 in Paris. The previous Workshop was held in 2006 in Pisa.
The Workshop will focus on the recent progress in tau lepton and neutrino physics. There will be no parallel sessions. Invited and contributed talks will be presented at the plenary sessions.
Please note that this year the Workshop will be followed by a two-day Satellite Meeting "On the need for a Super-tau-charm factory", which will be held on September 26-27. The meeting will discuss a feasibility of an electron-positron collider operating in the energy range 3-5 GeV with luminosity up to 10^35 as well as physics and experiments at such a machine.
The Workshop will focus on the recent progress in tau lepton and neutrino physics as well as in related fields.
|M. Danilov||ITEP, Russia|
|M. Davier||LAL, Orsay, France|
|F. Feruglio||INFN Padova, Italy|
|K. Gan||Ohio State University, USA|
|H. Hayashii||Nara Women's University, Japan|
|Yu. Kudenko||INR, Moscow, Russia|
|J. Kuhn||Karlsruhe University, Germany|
|A. Lusiani||Scuola Normale Superiore and INFN, Pisa|
|W. Marciano||BNL, USA|
|Y. Ohshima||Nagoya University, Japan|
|Y. Okada||KEK, Japan|
|V. Paolone||University of Pittsburgh, USA|
|M. Perl||SLAC, USA|
|A. Pich||University of Valencia, Spain|
|B. Roberts||Boston University, USA|
|L. Rolandi||CERN, Switzerland|
|J. Roney||University of Victoria, Canada|
|A. Seiden||University of California, Santa Cruz, USA|
|A. Stahl||RWTH Aachen University, Germany|
|R. Stroynowski||Southern Methodist University, Dallas, USA|
|Y. Wang||IHEP, China|
|A. Poluektov||Scientific Secretary|