Apr 5 – 7, 2017
Argonne National Laboratory
America/Chicago timezone

A workshop for theorists and LHC experimentalists to discuss hints for new physics at the LHC and their interpretations as well as combinations of searches in different final states. The latest results from ATLAS and CMS experiments at the LHC will be discussed. Recent searches cover a large range of phase space and a few of them show possible hints for bumps and deviations from the SM background expectations. We will discuss these searches as well as the implications of the hints and limits. We will also discuss unconventional yet interesting BSM models that should be considered by the experiments.

Dinner on Thursday will be at Meason Sabika, see here for details and dinner payment options.

The first NPI workshop was in May 2016.

Argonne National Laboratory
Bldg 362 auditorium
9700 Cass Ave Lemont, IL 60439 USA

Supported by HEP division, ANL and Department of Physics & Astronomy, Michigan State University.

Organizing committee:
Sergei Chekanov (ANL)
Wade Fisher (MSU)
Da Liu (ANL)
Ian Low (Northwestern/ANL)
Jessica Metcalfe (ANL)
Alexander Paramonov (ANL)
Reinhard Schwienhorst (MSU)
Nhan Tran (FNAL)
Carlos Wagner (Chicago/ANL)
Si Xie (Cal Tech and FNAL)

Session conveners:
Wednesday morning -- Carlos Wagner
Wednesday afternoon -- Reinhard Schwienhorst and Jim Pilcher
Thursday morning -- Andrea Tesi
Thursday aftenoon -- Si Xie
Friday morning -- Emmanuel Stamou
Friday afternoon -- Alexander Paramonov