Precision measurements are an essential part of modern particle physics. Precise determination of the free parameters of the standard model (SM) leads to testing the SM and searching for signals of new physics. As particle physics at the precision frontier is becoming more and more interdisciplinary, the goal of this workshop is to bring together different communities in an informal and invigorating setting, with a limited number of talks per day and plenty of opportunity for discussion and collaboration.
The venue is Building 56 Room 521 (Seminar Room) at SNU. Department of Physics and Astronomy is located in Building 56, 22, and 23 beside the main library of SNU.
This workshop is supported by the BK21+ Program of Frontier Physics Research Division and by the World-leading University Fostering Program of SNU.