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Aspen 2017 Winter Conference "From the LHC to Dark Matter and Beyond"
Aspen, Colorado USA
Aspen, Colorado USA
(Cornell University), Erez Etzion
(Tel Aviv University (IL)), Julia Shelton, Tomer Volansky
(Tel Aviv University (IL)), Yuri Gershtein
(Rutgers, State Univ. of New Jersey (US))
This will be one of the major 2017 particle physics winter conferences and will cover the latest developments in high energy physics, concentrating on the theoretical and experimental exploration of the Higgs sector, dark matter, and searches for physics beyond the Standard Model. New analyses using the full 2016 LHC Run 2 datasets are expected to be announced and discussed, along with the latest results from dark matter searches. The format of the conference and its mix of talks are designed to encourage interactions between theorists and experimenters, exposing experimenters to novel theoretical ideas, and providing the latest experimental results.