ICHEP is a series of international conferences organized by the C11 commission of the International Union of Pure and Applied Physics (IUPAP). It has been held every two years for more than 50 years, and is the reference conference of particle physics where most relevant results are presented. At ICHEP, physicists from around the world gather to share the latest advancements in particle physics, astrophysics/cosmology, and accelerator science and discuss plans for major future facilities.
ICHEP 2022 will be the first time of a ICHEP conference to be held in Italy and will mark a return to the in-presence meeting of the HEP community after the pandemic emergency, even if remote participation will also be granted to favour in particular people from countries still affected by mobility restrictions. The Conference falls just ten years after the Higgs boson discovery and will offer the occasion to celebrate this important anniversary as well as to make the point on the progresses achieved in this sector that opened a new window for precision Standard Model studies and Beyond Standard Model investigations.
|I Rochester (1950)||XI Geneva (1962)||XXI Paris (1982)||XXXI Amsterdam (2002)|
|II Rochester (1952)||XII Dubna (1964)||XXII Leipzig (1984)||XXXII Beijing (2004)|
|III Rochester (1952)||XIII Berkeley (1966)||XXIII Berkeley (1986)||XXXIII Moscow (2006)|
|IV Rochester (1954)||XIV Vienna (1968)||XXIV Munich (1988)||XXXIV Philadelphia (2008)|
|V Rochester (1955)||XV Kiev (1970)||XXV Singapore (1990)||XXXV Paris (2010)|
|VI Rochester (1956)||XVI Chicago (1972)||XXVI Dallas (1992)||XXXVI Melbourne (2012)|
|VII Rochester (1957)||XVII London (1974)||XXVII Glasgow (1994)||XXXVII Valencia (2014)|
|VIII Geneva (1958)||XVIII Tbilisi (1976)||XXVIII Warsaw (1996)||XXXVIII Chicago (2016)|
|IX Kiev (1959)||XIX Tokyo (1978)||XXIX Vancouver (1998)||XXXIX Seoul (2018)|
|X Rochester (1960)||XX Madison (1980)||XXX Osaka (2000)||XL Prague (2020, virtual conference)|