Boost 2011

 
 

The Boost 2011 conference was held in May 2011 at Princeton University, hosted by the Princeton Center for Theoretical Science.  As with prior conferences in the Boost series, the weeklong event focused on bringing together theorists and experimentalists for in-depth discussions of jets, jet substructure, and jets in more exotic contexts (e.g. lepton jets).


A follow-up report was published as arXiv:1201.0008, summarizing advances in boosted object theory and experiment as well as prospects for near-future work.  The report also presented new benchmark samples and comparisons of boosted-object techniques.  The samples are hosted here and here.  The software tools used are described on the tools page linked above.

Previous Boost conferences: SLAC, U.W., Oxford