Bulletin of 20 LomCon

Dear Colleagues,

The 20th Lomonosov Conference on Elementary Particle Physics which was planed to be held at the Moscow State University during the period of  August 19-25, 2021  in person will run the same dates remotely.  This forced decision is due to the already existing restrictions in holding mass events and traveling between different countries. 

The following changes occurred in the organization of the Lomonosov Conference:

1) there will be no registration fee,
2) the proceedings of the conference will not be published as a separate book,
3) video recordings of all presentations will be published on the conference website.

The 20th Lomonosov Conference will be opened on August 19, 2021. The detailed scientific programme of the conference will be available soon on the conference website.

Colleagues who would like to participate in the conference without presenting  a talk  should register for the conference by filling in the Application Form on the conference website, then the organizers will provide the relevant information.

The series of the Lomonosov Conferences started to be held on a regular basis in the year 1992, and since 1993 the conferences have been organized each odd year. The conference is organized by the Faculty of Physics of the Moscow State University and the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research (Dubna) in cooperation with the Institute for Nuclear Research of the Russian Academy of Sciences (Moscow), the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of Russia,  the Interregional Centre for Advanced Studies, and  the Bruno Pontecorvo Neutrino and Astrophysics Laboratory (MSU). The Lomonosov Conferences bring together about 400 theorists and experimentalists to review the present status and future prospects in elementary particle physics. The programme of the 20th Lomonosov Conference will include: 

  • Electroweak Theory, Tests of Standard Model and Beyond, 
  • Neutrino Physics, Astroparticle Physics, 
  • Gravitation and Cosmology, 
  • Developments in QCD (Perturbative and Non-Perturbative Effects), 
  • Heavy Quark Physics, 
  • Physics at Present and Future Accelerators. 

The working time of the conference is distributed among three types of talks: 

  • Review Talks (25 min) that will be held on the morning sessions of the conference,
  • Session Reports (20 min) in the afternoon,
  • Brief Reports (15 min) in the afternoon.

We should be very grateful if you inform your collaborators and colleagues who might be interested in participating in the event. 

Sincerely yours,
Alexander Studenikin,
e-mail: [email protected]
Konstantin Stankevich
Scientific Secretary
e-mail: [email protected]