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Johns Hopkins 36th Workshop
Latest News on the Fermi scale from LHC and Dark Matter searches

Oct, 16 2012 - Oct, 19 2012



A registration fee of 100 Euro should be paid at the time of the conference. We can accept only cash payment.
For accommodation please contact Studio Guidi: (tel: +39 055 241561; fax: +39 055 2346178)
Unfortunately, logistic reasons force us to limit the number of participants to 80 invited people.


Organizers
Nima Arkani-Hamed (IAS, Princeton, USA), Riccardo Barbieri (SNS and INFN, Pisa, Italy),
Roberto Casalbuoni (Florence U., Florence, Italy), Stefania De Curtis (INFN, Florence, Italy),
Massimiliano Grazzini (U. of Zurich, Switzerland), Beate Heinemann (U. of California, Berkeley, USA),
Matthew Reece (U. of Princeton, Princeton, USA),
Gigi Rolandi (CERN, Geneva, Switzerland and SNS, Pisa, Italy), Lian-Tao Wang (U. of Chicago, USA).

Johns Hopkins Workshops Organizing Committee:

C. Ahn (EWU, Seoul, Korea) D. Bak (U. of Seoul, Korea)
L. Brink (Chalmers U., Goteborg, Sweden) R. Casalbuoni (Florence U., Italy)
S. De Curtis (INFN, Florence, Italy) P. Forgacs (KFKI RMKI, Budapest Hungary)
M. Grazzini (U. of Zurich, Switzerland) A. Hebecker (Heidelberg U., Germany)
M. Henningson (Chalmers U., Goteborg, Sweden) D. Kaplan (Johns Hopkins U., Baltimore, USA)
S. Kovesi-Domokos (Johns Hopkins U., Baltimore, USA) K. Melnikov (Johns Hopkins U., Baltimore, USA )
B. Nilsson (Chalmers U., Goteborg, Sweden) A. Patkos (EotvosU., Budapest, Hungary )
T. Plehn (Heidelberg U., Germany) S-J Rey (Seoul Natʼl U., Seoul, Korea)
C. Wetterich (Heidelberg U., Germany)

Contact
eventi@studioguidisrl.it
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Understanding the TeV Scale Through LHC Data, Dark Matter, and Other Experiments



Abstract
The 36th Johns Hopkins Workshop (http://physics-astronomy.jhu.edu/workshops/) will be organized in the context of the GGI Workshop Understanding the TeV Scale Through LHC Data, Dark Matter, and Other Experiments , on October 16, 17, 18, 19, 2012 and it will be held in Arcetri, Florence, on the premises of the Galileo Galilei Institute (GGI) for Theoretical Physics. The GGI is located on the hill of Arcetri, near the house (Villa Il Gioiello) where Galileo spent periods of his life and died in 1642. The Conference will be held during the second week of the Workshop and it will have the aim of presenting and discussing the new data from the LHC. At this time the LHC will have completed its initial run, and this will be an exciting opportunity to understand the results. In addition to hearing from the LHC experimentalists, we plan to have input from the Tevatron, as well as dark matter direct and indirect detection, flavor physics, and other related searches.


Topics
- Particle Physics in the middle of the LHC results;
- The physical origin of the Fermi scale;
- Interplay of LHC with Dark Matter and Flavour Physics;


Preview
A preliminary list of invited speakers is:

C. Anastasiou (ETH, Zurich, Switzerland),
N. Arkani-Hamed (School of Natural Sciences Institute for Advanced Study Princeton, USA),
R. Barbieri (Scuola Normale Superiore and INFN, Pisa, Italy),
R. Contino (Roma U., La Sapienza, Italy),
L. Hall (Berkeley U., USA),
Y. Nomura (Berkeley U., USA),
G. Perez (CERN & Weizmann),
A. Pomarol (Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, Spain),
R. Rattazzi (EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland),
S. Rychkov (ENS, Paris, France).
N. Weiner (NYU, New York, USA)*


* To be confirmed

Experimental speakers will discuss the following topics:

1) Higgs Searches (ATLAS), W.J. Murray, Rutherford Lab., UK
2) Higgs Searches (CMS), V. Sharma. UCSD
3) New Physics Searches (ATLAS), C. Issever, University of Oxford, UK
4) New Physics Searches (CMS), A. Tapper, Imperial College London
5) B physics (LHCb speaker to summarize LHCb and CMS/ATLAS results), F. Teubert, CERN
6) Dark Matter direct detection, B. Serfass, UC Berkeley
7) Tevatron News on Higgs and New Physics, G. Punzi, University and INFN, Pisa



Talks
Oct, 16 2012 - 14:40 Vivek Sharma Higgs Searches (CMS) Slides
Oct, 17 2012 - 10:50 Alex Pomarol Implications of a 125 GeV Composite Higgs Slides
Oct, 16 2012 - 16:00 Giovanni Punzi Tevatron Results on Higgs and MW Slides
Oct, 16 2012 - 16:50 Roberto Contino Modified couplings for a light composite Higgs Slides
Oct, 17 2012 - 09:30 Alexander Tapper New Physics Searches (CMS) Slides
Oct, 17 2012 - 11:40 John Gunion Multiple Higgs models and the 125 GeV state: an NMSSM perspective Slides
Oct, 17 2012 - 14:00 Frederic Teubert Status of indirect searches for New Physics in Flavour Physics at the LHC Slides
Oct, 17 2012 - 14:50 Charalampos Anastasiou The Higgs boson from its discovery to precision phenomenology Slides
Oct, 17 2012 - 16:30 Gilad Perez The status of alignment at the LHC12 Slides
Oct, 17 2012 - 17:20 Gennaro Corcella Supersymmetric contributions to Zī decays Slides
Oct, 18 2012 - 09:30 W.J. Murray Higgs Searches (ATLAS) Slides
Oct, 18 2012 - 10:50 Cigdem Issever Searches for Supersymmetry and Other New Physics at ATLAS Slides
Oct, 18 2012 - 11:40 Lawrence Hall Where is SUSY? Slides
Oct, 18 2012 - 14:00 Slava Rychkov Oblique Corrections from Light Composite Higgs Slides
Oct, 18 2012 - 14:50 Tomer Volansky Going beyond the WIMP: First direct detection limits on Sub-GeV dark matter Slides
Oct, 18 2012 - 16:30 Y. Nomura Spread Supersymmetry Slides
Oct, 18 2012 - 16:30 Neal Weiner Higgs and DM Signals of Nearby Strong Dynamics
Oct, 19 2012 - 09:30 Bruno Serfass The Status of Dark Matter Searches via Direct Detection Slides
Oct, 19 2012 - 10:50 Riccardo Rattazzi Flavor, naturlness & the Tops in Composite Higgs Slides