The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at CERN, is the largest particle accelerator in the world to probe the fundamental questions about the nature. The particle detectors which are part of the LHC experiments play a key role to achieve the physics objectives. This workshop will cover the current R&D progress and performance of tracking detectors being used in high energy physics experiments and other applications.
|Mansoor H. Inayat (NCP, Pakistan)||Ashfaq Ahmad (NCP, Pakistan)|
|Erik Butz (KIT, Germany)||Sally Seidel (University of New Mexico (US))|
|Ashfaq Ahmad (NCP, Pakistan)||Gabriella Pugliese (CERN, Switzerland)|
|Stefan Maier (KIT, Germany)||Imran Awan (NCP, Pakistan)|
|Jeremie Alexandre Merlin (CERN, Switzerland)||Saleh Muhammad (NCP, Pakistan)|
|Viktor Veszpremi (Wigner RCP, Hungary)||Dmitri Tsybychev (Stony Brook, USA)|
|Alan Honma (CERN, Switzerland)||Andrea Venturi (INFN, Italy)|
|Marko Dragicevic (HEPHY, Austria)||Ulrich Heintz (Brown, USA)|
|Imran Awan (EHEPD)||Saleh Muhammad (EHEPD)|
|Naveed Imran (CAAD)||Rabia Rasheed (CAAD)|
Graduate/Undergraduate students, researchers from universities and R&D organizations are encouraged to apply. There is no registration fee.
To download the workshop poster, click here.
To download the workshop program, click here.
Online application form can be accessed here. Deadline for application submission is 22 October, 2021.
For Further Queries, Please Contact:
Collaborations & Academic Activities Department (CAAD)
National Centre for Physics
Tel: +92-51-2077477, +92-51-2077325