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Mar 8 – 10, 2021
US/Eastern timezone

Current and future photon-beam experiments, with their unprecedented beam intensities, provide a unique opportunity to explore MeV to GeV new light particles that couple feebly to the Standard Model. The new particles can be produced through the scatterings between the beam photons and the target nucleons or electrons, or the decays of mesons.


This workshop brings together the experimental and theoretical community within this field to discuss and strategize searches for new physics as well as share common tools through 4 dedicated sessions:

- Theoretical models and predictions
- Existing and future experimental facilities
- Research & Development
- Tutorials on tools and techniques


This workshop will be held remotely via bluejeans,