2-6 August 2021
Asia/Seoul timezone
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Asia-Pacific Workshop on Particle Physics and Cosmology 2021 (Aug 2-6, 2021)


Welcome to the “Asia-Pacific Workshop on Particle Physics and Cosmology 2021”, to take place online on August 2-6, 2021. The workshop will bring together researchers working in the fields of theoretical particle physics and cosmology to discuss the latest results and to exchange ideas.

The workshop will feature several invited pedagogical review talks covering topics of recent interest, as well as contributed presentations from early-career scientists. Online conferencing tools (Zoom breakout rooms, Slack workspace, and gather town) will be provided to facilitate discussion and promote communication amongst the participants.

All talks will take place between 10:00 to 17:00 GMT+9.

Registration is free of charge and open to all.


Topics to be discussed include:

  • Collider

  • Flavor

  • Dark Matter

  • Neutrinos

  • Cosmology

  • Multi-messengers (cosmic rays, gravitational waves,...)

  • BSM theory/formal/lattice/others


Review talk speakers include:

  • Kyu Jung Bae (Kyungpook National University): Review on BSM

  • Celine Boehm (The University of Sydney): Dark Matter Cosmology

  • Kazunori Hanagaki (KEK):  LHC/HL-LHC

  • Kai Schmitz (CERN): Gravitational Wave

  • Kei Yamamoto (Hiroshima University): Flavor physics theory



Abstract submission deadline: July 5, 2021

Registration deadline: July 30, 2021





  • Mayumi Aoki (Kanazawa University) 

  • Chuan-Ren Chen (National Taiwan Normal University)

  • Cheng-Wei Chiang (National Taiwan University)

  • Koichi Hamaguchi (Tokyo University), Co-chair

  • Sung Hoon Jung (Seoul National University)

  • Ryuichiro Kitano (KEK Theory Center)

  • Hyun Min Lee (Chung-Ang University)

  • Natsumi Nagata (Tokyo University)

  • Kin-ya Oda (Tokyo Woman's Christian U.) 

  • Jong-Chul Park (Chungnam National University)

  • Seong Chan Park (Yonsei University), Co-chair

  • Yong Tang (University of Chinese Academy of Sciences)

  • Yvonne Wong (The University of New South Wales)

  • Kayoung Ban* (Yonsei University, * PhD Student)



  • Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research on Innovative Areas (19H05810), Japan

  • Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research on Innovative Areas (18H05542), Japan

  • Lab for Dark Universe (NRF), South Korea

  • National Center for Theoretical Sciences, Taiwan 

  • Scientific Research A (19H00689), Japan

  • Scientific Research B (20H01897), Japan

  • Scientific Research B (21H01086), Japan

  • Yonsei physics BK+, South Korea

  • more...