Supersymmetry - theory and phenomenology

MS2.10 (Medical School) (University of Sussex)

MS2.10 (Medical School)

University of Sussex
Antonella De Santo (University of Sussex (GB)) , Fabrizio Salvatore (University of Sussex (GB)) , Iacopo Vivarelli (University of Sussex (GB)) , Itzebelt Santoyo Castillo (University of Sussex (GB)) , Kerim Suruliz (University of Sussex (GB))

The purpose of these lectures is to provide a pedagogical overview of the theoretical and experimental aspects of supersymmetry, to a level suitable to a PhD/advanced master student. The speakers are internationally recognised for their research into physics beyond the Standard Model and, more specifically, supersymmetry.

These lectures will happen the day before the beginning of the ATLAS Collaboration SUSY workshop, at the University of Sussex. Hence, they are particularly suited for students that have started (or intend to start) doing research within the ATLAS collaboration.

  • Ambrosius Thomas Vermeulen
  • Andrea Rodriguez Perez
  • Andreas George Petridis
  • Baptiste Abeloos
  • Chiara Rizzi
  • Christian Herwig
  • Christian Sander
  • Daniel Joseph Antrim
  • Dave Lewis
  • Edoardo Maria Farina
  • Evangelos Kourlitis
  • Fabrizio Miano
  • Federica Legger
  • Geoffrey Mullier
  • Giulia Ripellino
  • Giuseppe Lerner
  • Gustavo Medina Vazquez
  • Ian Michael Snyder
  • Jared David Little
  • Jesse Liu
  • Joana Machado Miguens
  • Jonathan Long
  • Joseph Reichert
  • Keisuke Yoshihara
  • Lorenzo Rossini
  • Marcella Bona
  • Marco Rimoldi
  • Matthew Gignac
  • Michael Edward Nelson
  • Nicola Louise Abraham
  • Nicolas Köhler
  • Oliver Patrick Ricken
  • Othmane Rifki
  • Philipp Thomas Koenig
  • Samuel David Jones
  • Shunsuke Adachi
  • Silvia Fracchia
  • Sonia Carrà
  • Stefano Manzoni
  • Steve Guy Muanza
  • Tatsuya Mori
  • Vasiliki Kouskoura
  • Veronika Magerl
  • William James Fawcett
  • Yiming Abulaiti
In case of queries
    • 13:30 15:15
      Supersymmetry - theoretical aspects 1h 45m
      Speaker: Sebastian Jaeger (University of Sussex (GB))
    • 15:15 15:45
      Coffee break 30m
    • 15:45 17:30
      Supersymmetry - experimental aspects 1h 45m
      Speaker: Tommaso Lari (University and INFN, Milano)