Charting the Unknown: interpreting LHC data from the energy frontier

Europe/Zurich
CERN

CERN

Description

The LHC has started its Run2, exploring for the first time the high-energy frontier at 13 TeV. Collected data will give decisive information on the dynamics behind electroweak symmetry breaking, testing weak scale naturalness. Theories with colored top partners, such as SUSY and Composite Higgs paradigms, will either be discovered or pushed to highly-tuned regions of their parameter space. At the same time, the properties of the Higgs boson will be precisely strutinized to unveil its nature and role in the electroweak symmetry breaking mechanism.

The TH Institute will be focused on the interpretation of the new data in the context of theories beyond the Standard Model. The aim is to bring world-leading researchers together for an in-depth discussion towards revealing the final clues of the underlying theory of the electroweak scale. The program will also include review talks by the LHC experimental collaborations to report on their latest results and highlight their future projections.

The Institute is funded jointly by CERN and by Korean Government under the CERN-Korea Collaboration agreement.

Registration: The attendance will be limited to around 40 people per week. There is no registration fee.  Applications to attend will be open until April 30, 2016.

Organizers: Adrian Carmona, Seong Youl Choi, Roberto Contino, Andreas Crivellin, Roberto Franceschini, Gian Giudice, Florian Goetz, Deog-Ki Hong, Ji-Haeng Huh, Andrey Katz, Hyung Do Kim, Matthew McCullough, Hyun Min Lee, Francesco Riva, Javi Serra, Florian Staub, Alessandro Strumia, Alfredo Urbano

Participants
  • Adam Falkowski
  • Alberto Mariotti
  • Alberto Salvio
  • Alex Pomarol Clotet
  • alexander kagan
  • Andrea Romanino
  • Andrea Tesi
  • Andrea Thamm
  • Andrea Wulzer
  • Andreas Weiler
  • Andrey Katz
  • Anson Hook
  • Asimina Arvanitaki
  • Benedict von Harling
  • Benjamin Allanach
  • Benjamin Grinstein
  • Benjamin Safdi
  • Bithika Jain
  • Brando Bellazzini
  • Bumseok Kyae
  • Carlos E.M. Wagner
  • Christoffer Petersson
  • Christophe Grojean
  • claudia frugiuele
  • Daniel Stolarski
  • Dario Buttazzo
  • David Curtin
  • David Kaplan
  • David Shih
  • Deog-Ki Hong
  • Diego Redigolo
  • Diptimoy Ghosh
  • Doojin Kim
  • Eduard Masso
  • Edward Hardy
  • Farinaldo Queiroz
  • Filippo Sala
  • Francesco D'Eramo
  • Francesco Sannino
  • Gennaro Corcella
  • Giacomo Cacciapaglia
  • Gian Giudice
  • Gilad Perez
  • Giovanni Villadoro
  • Giuliano Panico
  • Graham Kribs
  • Guido Martinelli
  • Hiroshi Yokoya
  • Hitoshi Murayama
  • Howard Haber
  • Hyun Min Lee
  • Hyung Do Kim
  • Isabella Masina
  • James Unwin
  • Jernej Fesel Kamenik
  • Joan Elias-Miro
  • John March-Russell
  • Jose Miguel No
  • Jose Ramon Espinosa
  • Jose Santiago
  • Jure Zupan
  • K.C. Kong
  • Kathryn Zurek
  • Kaustubh Agashe
  • Kiel Howe
  • Kiwoon Choi
  • Kwang Sik Jeong
  • Lawrence Hall
  • Liantao Wang
  • Marat Freytsis
  • Marcela Carena
  • Marco Farina
  • Marco Nardecchia
  • Marta Felcini
  • Martin Schmaltz
  • Martti Raidal
  • Masha Baryakhtar
  • Matthew Philip Mccullough
  • Matthew Strassler
  • Michael Baker
  • Michele Papucci
  • Michele Redi
  • Minho Son
  • Myeonghun Park
  • Nathaniel Craig
  • Nima Arkani-Hamed
  • Paolo Panci
  • Patrick Meade
  • Radovan Dermisek
  • Riccardo Barbieri
  • Rick S Gupta
  • Roberto Contino
  • Roberto Vega-Morales
  • Roni Harnik
  • Savas Dimopoulos
  • Scott Thomas
  • Seong Youl Choi
  • Seongchan Park
  • Seung Joon Lee
  • Sin Kyu Kang
  • Stefan Pokorski
  • Sunghoon Jung
  • Taekoon Lee
  • Thomas Flacke
  • Timothy Cohen
  • Tony Gherghetta
  • Yasunori Nomura
  • Yeo Woong Yoon
  • Yuhsin Tsai
  • Zackaria Chacko
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