Future experiments in quark flavour physics will radically improve our knowledge of several parameters that are crucial for our understanding of the quark flavour sector. These include the amount of CP violation in oscillations of Bs and D0 mesons, the rate of the rare decay Bs → µµ. And the size of the CKM unitarity triangle angle γ.
The charm sector provides unique potential to study flavour-changing interactions of up-type quarks. Charm experiments could also provide important results on spectroscopy and can help to improve understanding of quantum chromodynamics (QCD).