Notice to all participants: In addition to Zoom, the SUSY 2021 Plenary talks will also be broadcast live on Youtube
Since its inception in 1993, the annual SUSY conference has become one of the world's largest international meetings devoted to new ideas in fundamental particle physics. Supersymmetry is one of the most elegant and promising extensions of the Standard Model, with the ability to resolve various puzzles in the Standard Model naturally. Major experimental efforts, including collider searches and dark matter experiments, are ongoing to search for supersymmetry in Nature. However, thus far no definitive evidence of supersymmetry has been found. SUSY 2021 will be dedicated to not only understanding the status of supersymmetry searches at various experiments, but also exploring whether all supersymmetric possibilities are exhausted, and if there exists any well-motivated alternative theories which can also address the issues of the Standard Model. The goal of the International Conference on Supersymmetry and Unification of Fundamental Interactions (SUSY) is to review and discuss recent progress in theoretical, phenomenological, and experimental aspects of supersymmetric theories and other approaches to physics beyond the Standard Model of particles and interactions.