Physics at LHC: From Experiment to Theory

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Jadwin Hall A10 (Princeton University Physics Department)

Jadwin Hall A10

Princeton University Physics Department

Description
LHC Workshop: March 21-24, 2007 The workshop "Physics at LHC: From Experiment to Theory" will take place from Wednesday March 21 until Saturday March 24, 2007, and is hosted by the Princeton Center for Theoretical Physics and the Physics Department at Princeton University. The meeting will bring together high energy physicists with expertise ranging from formal theory to collider phenomenology, simulation and experiment. Talks and discussion will focus on issues relevant to the discovery, interpretation and implications of potential new physics signals at the LHC. The meeting is held jointly with the second workskop in the "Monte Carlo Tools for Beyond the Standard Model Physics" (MC4BSM) series, which will take place on March 23 and 24. The goal of the MC4BSM workshop series is to foster interactions and collaborations among model builders, phenomenologists, Monte Carlo experts, and experimentalists.
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    • 09:00 09:35
      Welcome 35m Jadwin Hall A10

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    • 09:35 10:10
      The "Top" Priority at the LHC 35m Jadwin Hall A10

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      Speaker: Tao Han
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    • 10:10 10:40
      break 30m Jadwin Hall A10

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    • 10:40 11:25
      Precision Measurements and Signature-Based Searches at the Tevatron 45m Jadwin Hall A10

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      Speaker: Henry Frisch
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    • 11:25 12:00
      A T-odd observable sensitive to CP violating phases in squark decay 35m Jadwin Hall A10

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      Speaker: Paul Langacker
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    • 12:00 12:35
      Metastability and Model Building 35m Jadwin Hall A10

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      Speaker: Michael Dine
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    • 12:35 14:00
      lunch 1h 25m Jadwin Hall A10

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    • 14:00 14:35
      How does string theory break supersymmetry? 35m Jadwin Hall A10

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      Speaker: Michael Douglas
    • 14:35 15:10
      Up the Down Staircase 35m Jadwin Hall A10

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      Speaker: Michael Peskin
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    • 15:10 15:45
      Model building and moduli stabilization with magnetized branes 35m Jadwin Hall A10

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      Speaker: Ignatios Antoniadis
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    • 15:45 16:20
      break 35m Jadwin Hall A10

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    • 16:20 16:55
      Explaining the EW scale from M theory, and associated collider phenomenology 35m Jadwin Hall A10

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      Speaker: Gordon Kane
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    • 16:55 17:30
      Natural Dark Matter from an Unnatural Higgs 35m Jadwin Hall A10

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      Speaker: Aaron Pierce
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    • 17:30 18:30
      reception 1h Jadwin Hall A10

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    • 09:00 09:35
      Evidence for D0-D0bar Mixing 35m Jadwin Hall A10

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      Speaker: Jim Olsen
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    • 09:35 10:20
      Using object correlations to extract new physics from the LHC 45m Jadwin Hall A10

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      Speaker: Scott Thomas
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    • 10:20 10:40
      break 20m Jadwin Hall A10

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    • 10:40 11:15
      b Physics at the LHC: Constraining New Physics or Spectacular Discoveries 35m Jadwin Hall A10

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      Speaker: Sheldon Stone
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    • 11:25 12:00
      Multijet cross sections and resummations 35m Jadwin Hall A10

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      Speaker: George Sterman
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    • 12:00 12:35
      How well do we understand high-Pt data? 35m Jadwin Hall A10

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      Speaker: Stephen Mrenna
    • 12:35 14:00
      lunch 1h 25m Jadwin Hall A10

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    • 14:00 14:35
      The path from LHC data to the new standard model via On-Shell Effective Theories 35m Jadwin Hall A10

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      Speaker: Nima Arkani-Hamed
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    • 14:35 15:10
      The physics of on-shell effective theories 35m Jadwin Hall A10

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      Speaker: Jesse Thaler
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      break 30m Jadwin Hall A10

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    • 15:40 17:00
      LHCO presentations 1h 20m Jadwin Hall A10

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      • The AAA analysis of the Cornell blackbox 15m
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    • 17:00 17:30
      discussion 30m Jadwin Hall A10

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    • 20:00 21:15
      A Journey of 333 Elephants to the Origin of Mass: Frontier Exploration in Fundamental Physics 1h 15m A02

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      Physics public lecture
      Speaker: Chris Tully & Nima Arkani-Hamed
    • 09:00 09:35
      Generators for the LHC 35m Jadwin Hall A10

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      Princeton University Physics Department

      Speaker: Albert de Roeck
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      Models-Experiment: bridging the gap 35m Jadwin Hall A10

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      Speaker: Tim Stelzer
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    • 10:40 10:50
      Introduction 10m Jadwin Hall A10

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      Speaker: Konstantin Matchev
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    • 10:50 12:35
      MC4BSM Team Reports 1h 45m Jadwin Hall A10

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      • Left-Right Twin Higgs Model in Calchep 20m
        Speaker: Su Shufang
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      • A Madgraph-4.0 implementation of Little Higgs models with T-parity 20m
        Speaker: Andrew Noble
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      • A MadGraph implementation of SCET matching 20m
        Speaker: Matt Schwartz
      • BRIDGE: a calculator for widths and decays 20m
        Speaker: Matthew Reece
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      • MARMOSET: Signal-Based Monte Carlo for the LHC 20m
        Speaker: Natalia Toro
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    • 12:35 14:00
      lunch 1h 25m Jadwin Hall A10

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      On-shell Methods for Precision Calculations for the LHC 35m Jadwin Hall A10

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      Speaker: Zvi Bern
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    • 14:35 15:10
      Strategizing discovery @ the LHC 35m Jadwin Hall A10

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      Speaker: Maria Spiropulu
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      Split and Splat Supersymmetry at the LHC 35m Jadwin Hall A10

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      Speaker: James Wells
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    • 15:45 16:20
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    • 16:20 16:55
      Effective Lagrangian for a strongly-interacting light Higgs 35m Jadwin Hall A10

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      Speaker: Riccardo Rattazzi
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    • 16:55 17:30
      Inclusive signatures and 2008 discoveries 35m Jadwin Hall A10

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      Speaker: Joseph Lykken
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    • 19:00 20:30
      Banquet at IAS 1h 30m Jadwin Hall A10

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    • 09:00 09:35
      Hidden valleys: from theory to experiment via simulation 35m Jadwin Hall A10

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      Speaker: Matthew Strassler
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    • 09:35 10:10
      ATLAS: Status and Prospects 35m Jadwin Hall A10

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      Speaker: Michael Tuts
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      break 30m Jadwin Hall A10

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    • 10:40 12:35
      MC4BSM Team Reports 1h 55m Jadwin Hall A10

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      • The two-Higgs-doublet model implementation in MadGraph v4 20m
        Speaker: Michel Herquet
      • An implementation of the 3-site model in CalcHEP 20m
        Speaker: Neil Christensen
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      • UED KK-quark decays in PANDORA 20m
        Speaker: Michael Davenport
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      • Photons and leptons at the LHC: cascades through spinless adjoints 20m
        Speaker: Rakhi Mahbubani
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      • Minimal UED in CalcHEP/CompHEP 20m
        Speaker: Konstantin Matchev
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      • Mad-Marmoset 10m
        Speaker: Johan Alwall
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      • New facilities in CalcHEP2.5 10m
        Speaker: Alexander Belyaev
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    • 12:35 14:00
      lunch 1h 25m Jadwin Hall A10

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    • 14:00 15:30
      MC4BSM discussion 1h 30m Jadwin Hall A10

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