Registration (5 to 7 PM) and Welcome Reception (7 to 9 PM): 3 July
SUSY Conference: 4 - 8 July
Pre-SUSY: 27 June - 1 July
Recent Website Updates
The "Timetable" tab on the left hand menu bar has all details of the Plenary and Parallel talks for SUSY. Session Chairs and times are also listed.
Details of the Pre-SUSY lecture location and program have been added to the Pre-SUSY link in the menu bar.
Ray's guide to eating and drinking in Melbourne has been added to the bottom of this home page
Symmetries - artworks from the art@CMS collaboration will be exhibited in conjunction with SUSY 2016. See the link in the menu bar for details.
The 24th International Conference on Supersymmetry and Unification of Fundamental Interactions (SUSY 2016) will be organised by the ARC Centre of Excellence for Particle Physics at the Terascale (CoEPP). The meeting will be held at the University of Melbourne and jointly run by the University of Melbourne and Monash University.
The goal of the conference is to review and discuss recent progress in theoretical, phenomenological, and experimental aspects of supersymmetric theories and other approaches to physics beyond the Standard Model of particles and interactions. SUSY is one of the world's largest international meetings devoted to new ideas in fundamental particle physics.
**We have extended abstract submission deadline to Sunday 8th May, and early bird registration to Sunday 15th May.**
SUSY Plenary Speakers:
Howard Baer: SUSY with radiatively-driven naturalness and implications for LHC, ILC, WIMP and axion searches
Marcela Carena: SUSY Higgs
Tim Cohen: SUSY models
John Ellis: Extracting fundamental physics from GW150914
Ulrich Ellwanger: SUSY models with gauge singlets
Christophe Grojean: Non-SUSY BSM Higgs
Howard Haber: Extended Higgs Sectors and the Alignment limit
Xiao-Gang He: Flavor physics theory
JoAnne Hewett: Naturalness
Yu-tin Huang: Amplitudes
Renata Kallosh: Non-linear supersymmetry
Yuri Levin: LIGO
Hermann Nicolai: Supersymmetry: to be or not to be?
Stefano Profumo: A Dark Needle in a Bright Haystack: Two stories of Astrophysical Searches for Dark Matter
Michael Ramsey-Musolf: Baryogenesis
Chris Rogan: Techniques for Probing SUSY at Colliders
Alessandro Strumia: The 750 GeV anomaly
Georg Weiglein: Higher-order SUSY Higgs
Yvonne Wong: Cosmic microwave background
Jun'ichi Yokoyama: Inflation
Hitoshi Murayama: Outlook
Andrew Askew: Searches for SUSY at CMS
Antonio Boveia: Dark Matter searches at ATLAS and CMS
Concezio Bozzi: Quark Flavour experiment
Tom Browder: Exotic searches at e+e- colliders and prospects at Belle II
Frank Calaprice: Dark Matter Direct detection
Davide Costanzo: Overview of SUSY searches with ATLAS
Michele de Gruttola: CMS Higgs experiment
Elliot Lipeles: ATLAS Higgs experiment
Shahram Rahatlou: Exotic searches at ATLAS and CMS
Anselmo Cervera Villanueva: Latest results from neutrino oscillation experiments
Jenni Adams: Neutrino Physics
Howard Haber: SM and SUSY Higgs
Archil Kobakhidze: Introduction to SUSY
Sergei Kuzenko: Supergravity
Anupam Mazumdar: Particle Cosmology and Inflation
Stefano Profumo: Dark Matter
Peter Skands: Monte Carlo and New Physics
Phillip Urquijo: Flavour and SUSY
Martin White: Experimental Searches for SUSY
Public Lecture: “The Dark Frontier” by Prof John Ellis, 6 July
25 Jan 2016: Registrations and abstract submissions open.
8 May 2016: Abstract submissions close.
15 May 2016: Early bird registration price ends.
24 June 2016: Registrations close