As long ago foreseen, CP is a symmetry largely violated in the Standard Model. The detection of such a violation at Belle and Babar has lead to the Nobel Prize in Physics of 2008. Recently, D0 has reported a large same-sign dimuon asymmetry, which, if confirmed, will require additional sources of CP violations, and therefore physics beyond the Standard Model.

The aim of this meeting is that of analyzing the current and future experimental situation for the detection of CP violation in the B system, and of debating known and possibly new theoretical strategies to confront this challenge.

The meeting will consist of a few experimental and theoretical talks, which are intended mainly as support to constructive discussions and interactions among the participants. Everybody is cordially invited, with the only request of informing the organizers about his/her participation.