625. WE-Heraeus-Seminar: The High-Energy LHC - Interplay between Precision Measurements and Searches for New Physics

The High-Energy LHC - Interplay between Precision Measurements and Searches for New Physics

Seminar
Date:
Mo, 17.10.2016 13:30  –   Th, 20.10.2016 14:00
Sprecher:
Margarete Mühlleitner und Thomas Müller (KIT Karlsruhe), Markus Schumacher (U Freiburg)
Adresse:
Physikzentrum Bad Honnef
Hauptstr. 5, 53604 Bad Honnef, Germany

Language:
English
Event partner:
WE-Heraeus-Stiftung
Contact person:
Markus Schumacher,

Description

The aim of the workshop is to bring together young researchers on the PhD and postdoc level with leading experts both from experimental and theoretical particle physics. The workshop will provide a platform to report and interpret the latest results from LHC Run 2. The prospects for the discovery of new physics will be evaluated, and needs both on the experimental and the theoretical side will be discussed in order to be able to explore the LHC data at full extent. Besides scientific talks there will be discussion rounds, and a poster session will be organized with contributions from the younger scientists. The seminar is kindly supported by the Heraeus foundation.

Invited Speakers:
Wolfgang Adam (HEPHY, Wien)
Shikma Bressler (Weizmann Institute)
Keith Ellis (IPPP, Durham University)
Adam Falkowski (LPT, Orsay)
Louis Fayard (LAL, Orsay)
Rohini Godbole (IISC, Bangalore)
Stefania Gori (Perimeter Institute and Cincinnati University)
Massimiliano Grazzini (University of Zürich)
Barbara Jäger (University of Tübingen)
Marumi Kado (LAL, Orsay)
Michael Kobel (University of Dresden)
Roman Kogler (University of Hamburg)
Michael Krämer (RWTH Aachen)
Chiara Mariotti (University and INFN, Torino)
Isabell Melzer-Pellmann (DESY Hamburg)
Matthias Mozer (KIT, Karlsruhe)
Aleandro Nisati (University and INFN Roma I, Rome)
Yvonne Peters (University of Manchester and DESY Hamburg)
Rui Santos (ISEL and CFTC-UL, Lisbon)
Michael Spira (Paul Scherrer Institute, Villigen)
Iacopo Vivarelli (University of Sussex, Brighton)
Roger Wolf (KIT, Karlsruhe)

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