18-24 January 2014
Aspen Center for Physics
US/Mountain timezone
With the recent discovery of the Higgs particle, this conference will be devoted to the status of our understanding of the Electroweak symmetry breaking mechanism and related topics. Particular emphasis will be given to the many relevant theories that may be realized in nature, and how these can be tested at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC). The conference will provide a broad overview of the latest results in particle physics, bringing together experimental and theoretical physicists. Additional topics will include: indirect and direct dark matter searches, SUSY searches, top quark physics, exotic phenomena, flavor physics and improved understanding of standard model processes. An important aspect of the conference is to provide a glimpse into the future from the experimental viewpoint, as well as the theoretical one.

Registration is from Aspen Center for Physics website (link here).
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