Mar 24 – 29, 2024
Aspen Center for Physics
US/Mountain timezone

The Energy, Cosmic, and Intensity frontiers of particle physics aim to address deeply connected questions with innovative and complementary approaches. This conference will focus on bold long-term visions for the field, and highlight the role of Early Career researchers in making those visions a reality. As we embark on the path forward, it is crucial we break down artificial barriers between the subfields in order to tackle these questions together. An emphasis will be placed on questions related to the Higgs Boson, dark matter, naturalness, and the origin and evolution of the universe with an eye towards long-term ideas and R&D. This workshop will create an opportunity for both early career and veteran physicists driving these new efforts to share recent progress and form new collaborations.

Karri DePetrillo, University of Chicago
Lawrence Lee, University of Tennessee Knoxville
Nausheen Shah, Wayne State University
Sally Shaw, University of Edinburgh

Conference hosted by the Aspen Center for Physics, with support from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.



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