Workshop summary: Kaons@CERN 2023

G. Anzivino, Sergio Arguedas Cuendis, V. Bernard, J. Bijnens, B. Bloch-Devaux, M. Bordone, F. Brizioli, J. Brod, J. M. Camalich, A. Ceccucci, P. Cenci, N. H. Christ, G. Colangelo, C. Cornella, A. Crivellin, G. D’Ambrosio, F. F. Deppisch, A. Dery, F. Dettori, M. Di CarloB. Döbrich, J. Engelfried, R. Fantechi, M. González-Alonso, M. Gorbahn, E. Goudzovski, Y. Grossman, N. Hermansson-Truedsson, Z. Hives, M. Hoferichter, B. L. Hoid, T. Husek, G. Isidori, A. Jüttner, K. Kampf, S. Kholodenko, M. Knecht, M. Kolesár, M. Koval, C. Lazzeroni, Z. Ligeti, F. Mahmoudi, R. Marchevski, Diego Martínez Santos, K. Massri, T. Mombächer, H. Nanjo, S. Neshatpour, T. Nomura, E. Passemar, L. Peruzzo, M. Piccini, A. Pich, C. T. Sachrajda, S. Schacht, K. Shiomi, P. Stangl, P. Stoffer, J. Swallow, J. T. Tsang, G. Valencia, R. Wanke, J. Zupan

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Kaon physics is at a turning point – while the rare-kaon experiments NA62 and KOTO are in full swing, the end of their lifetime is approaching and the future experimental landscape needs to be defined. With HIKE, KOTO-II and LHCb-Phase-II on the table and under scrutiny, it is a very good moment in time to take stock and contemplate about the opportunities these experiments and theoretical developments provide for particle physics in the coming decade and beyond. This paper provides a compact summary of talks and discussions from the Kaons@CERN 2023 workshop, held in September 2023 at CERN.

Original languageEnglish
Article number377
JournalEuropean Physical Journal C
Issue number4
StatePublished - Apr 2024
Externally publishedYes

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