24-26 April 2013
Higgs Centre for Theoretical Physics
Europe/London timezone
This meeting aims at bringing together experts from three different areas of Particle Physics with a common interest in strongly interacting dynamics beyond the standard model as a mechanism of electroweak symmetry breaking. Traditionally, there is little cross-talk among those sectors: phenomenologists focus on experimental data and their implications; model builders start from a theoretical framework and using analytical techniques (derived either from field theory or string theory arguments) work out predictions that can be tested at experiments; finally, lattice gauge theorists use numerical techniques to determine quantitative answers for problems for which conventional analytical methods fail. The main objective of this workshop is to promote a significant advance in the field of BSM strong dynamics by facilitating the synergy among those apparently different but strictly interconnected sub-fields. This workshop is supported by the Higgs Centre, the ESF network Holograv, Swansea University, and the EU network STRONGnet.
Higgs Centre for Theoretical Physics
School of Physics and Astronomy University of Edinburgh Edinburgh EH9 3JZ United Kingdom