The International Workshop on the CKM Unitarity Triangle is well established as one of the most important meetings in the field of quark flavour physics. It provides a venue for theorists and experimentalists to discuss the latest new developments and to come up with ideas for improved analyses.
The 6th in the series will take place at the University of Warwick, UK, September 6-10, 2010. At this time, we hope to have first results from the LHC, while we can be guaranteed a continuation of the stream of exciting results from the Tevatron, B factories and charm and kaon experiments. We will hear reports on the latest measurements from these experiments, as well as the status of preparations for next generation experiments. On the theoretical side, we will hear the latest progress in lattice QCD calculations as well as in the development of techniques that enable ever more precise determinations of the elements of the CKM matrix. We will discuss how the combination of experiment and theory can allow searches for physics beyond the Standard Model and consider the interplay of the quark-flavour field with high-pT searches for new physics.
The organization of the meeting will be similar to previous workshops. The workshop will be a culmination of the effort of six working groups. There will be joint sessions to discuss topics of interest to all working groups. There will also be opening and summary plenary sessions. More details of the CKM2010 workshop will become available from http://ckm2010.warwick.ac.uk