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Pevensey 1 Building,
University of Sussex,
Brighton BN1 9QH
NExT Meeting at Sussex - Towards the New Standard Model
Wednesday, 14th March, University of Sussex
This half-day meeting of the NExT theme will gather international
research leaders and early career researchers to discuss recent
progress and developments towards the new SM with a particular
emphasis on Higgs physics, BSM searches, and astro-particles.
The NExT Institute is a regional alliance in the South-East of
England (SEPnet) to promote Particle Physics at the interface
between theory and experiment.
Participation is free of charge.
Talks will run from 1300 - 1800, and sandwiches are available from 1215 in the foyer of Pevensey 2 (main physics building).
The list of speakers includes:
Alexander Belyaev (U Southampton & RAL)
Frank Deppisch (UCL)
John Ellis (KCL & CERN)
Pedro Teixeira-Dias (RHUL)
Francesca di Lodovico (QMUL)
Mitesh Patel (IC)