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Mini-workshop on Highly Ionising Avatars of New Physics

                                           Mini-workshop on

                     Highly Ionising Avatars of New Physics

                                         Friday, 18th August 2017


Prof. Nick E. Mavromatos
Theoretical Particle Physics & Cosmology Group,
Physics Dept., King’s College London,
London, United Kingdom

Dr. Vasiliki A. Mitsou
Instituto de Física Corpuscular (IFIC), CSIC - Universitat de Valencia
Valencia, Spain

Prof. James L. Pinfold
Physics Department, University of Alberta,
Edmonton, Canada

This Workshop aims to bring together the ever-growing community dedicated to the search of stable massive particles of high ionisation (HIPs). Such messengers of new physics arise in a plethora of theoretical scenarios and include charged particles, both electrically and magnetically: magnetic monopoles, dyons, supersymmetric partners, extra dimensions, doubly-charged Higgs, black-hole remnants, Q-balls, etc.

Presentations from current and future detectors in colliders, such as the LHC, or experiments searching for HIPs of cosmic origin will be gladly admitted. In particular the MoEDAL experiment at the LHC is specially designed to discover such particles. The Workshop is open to any theoretical ideas predicting massive, stable, charged new particles.

If you are interested to participate in the session, please choose this topic in the abstract submission. You can also contact by email the convenors (see below) and the conference email