We are pleased to announce the 5th "Belle II-Theory interface Platform (B2TiP)” workshop to be held on 15th-17th of November 2016 in MIAPP. The B2TiP is a joint theory-experiment effort to elucidate the potential impacts of the Belle II program (see our website for details). The Belle II physics program covers wide range of flavor physics of B and D mesons, τ leptons, as well as quarkonium(like) and dark sector searches.
The 9 B2TiP working groups have been working on the physics case of Belle II (see list of the past workshops), and the results of this work will form the contents of the Belle II physics book (a KEK green report that will be published in PTEP). The main goal of the November workshop is to review and discuss the content of this report, and to form a roadmap for discovery at Belle II. The roadmap will specify key targets at each stage of the experiment: early physics, 5 or 10 ab-1, and the full 50 ab-1 of data.
Everyone who has contributed to the report and to previous workshops are warmly invited to this workshop. Participants will be asked to read "version 2” of the report, which will be provided by the working group conveners two weeks prior to the workshop for comment.