The Proceedings for RADCOR 2000 are now available in the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center Electronic
Conference Proceedings (eConf) Archive (see
Program notes from authors who submitted files are available below.
RADCOR 2000 followed the highly successful RADCOR 1998 meeting held in Barcelona in
September, 1998. The conference focused on the applications of quantum field theory to
phenomenology, with particular attention to precision tests of QCD and electroweak physics
and tests for new physics beyond the Standard Model of particle physics.
Topics covered in the RADCOR 2000 meeting included:
Status of precision measurements at LEP, SLC, HERA, Tevatron, BNL, the B-Factories and
Quantum field theoretical techniques for calculating electroweak and QCD radiative
corrections, with applications to Standard Model and beyond the Standard Model processes.
New developments in quantum field theory.
Theory and phenomenology of heavy quark systems.
New ideas for physics beyond the Standard Model.
Radiative corrections and prospects for precision experiments at future colliders
(Tevatron Run II and beyond, LHC, and future lepton colliders).