Lattice Meets Experiment 2012: Beyond the Standard Model
26—27 October 2012, University of Colorado at Boulder
The recent discovery of a Higgs-like particle at the LHC has transformed the landscape of physics beyond the standard model (BSM). New physics scenarios must accommodate this new particle, whose properties will soon be measured to higher precision. Lattice calculations will play a vital role in determining what models of new strong dynamics remain viable, and will help explore the predictions of these models for BSM physics.
The purpose of this workshop is to bring together researchers from the experimental, phenomenological, and lattice communities who are interested in strongly coupled BSM physics, to discuss the most interesting models and ways in which to explore them.
While there were no registration fees for this workshop, to assist local organizing we asked that all participants register by 12 October.
- Thomas Appelquist (Yale)
- Simon Catterall (Syracuse)
- Anna Hasenfratz (Colorado)
- Adam Martin (Notre Dame)
- Ethan Neil (Fermilab)
- David Schaich (Colorado)
This workshop is the latest in two series of meetings ("Lattice Meets Experiment" and "Lattice Gauge Theory for LHC Physics") held in recent years:
- Lattice Meets Experiment 2011: Beyond the Standard Model, Fermilab
- Lattice Meets Experiment 2010: Flavor Physics, Fermilab
- Lattice Gauge Theory for LHC Physics 2009, Boston University
- Lattice Gauge Theory for LHC Physics 2008, Livermore
- Lattice Meets Experiment 2007: Flavor Physics, Fermilab
- Lattice Meets Experiment 2006: Flavor Physics, SLAC