Paritally sponsored by Caltech's Division of Physics, Mathematics and Astronomy
The workshop will discuss in detail numerous innovative kinematic variables and analyses approaches
towards the discovery and characterization of new dynamics at the LHC,
focusing on dark matter (SUSY and beyond) and associated applications of the new variables and methods in higgs physics.
Experimental, theoretical, and phenomenological aspects will be brought forward for discussion with emphasis on traps, pitfalls and challenges in our explorations ahead.
The registration fee is 200 USD (towards
kick-off reception at Caltech's Athenaeum on Friday evening,
coffee and lunch breaks, and a group dinner on Saturday).
Locals of the Caltech HEP and DM community, theory and experimental, especially students and postdocs are welcome to attend the workshop.
Please contact lupeAThep.caltech.edu for your name tag.
get the special HEP group rate at Hilton
(within walking distance from Cahill and with shuttle service to campus, Caltech rate )
Other neraby accommodations here
From LAX, Burbank, Ontario: To get a shuttle, exit the baggage claim area and look for the ORANGE overhead "SHARED RIDE VANS" sign. Tell the driver you are going to Caltech. Caltech is easily accessible from both the 110 (Harbor) Freeway (southwest of campus) and the 210 (Foothill) Freeway (north of campus). Campus map (PDF) Transporation options
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. Contrary to popular belief/practice you can move around without a car.
Partial financial support for students & postdocs: click here
High Energy Physics, Caltech 452-48, Pasadena CA 91125. Tel: (626) 395-6676 - email: email@example.com
Claudio Campagnari (UCSB)
Emanuele Di Marco (Caltech)
Joe Lykken (FNAL)
Maurizio Pierini (CERN)
Chris Rogan (Harvard)
Maria Spiropulu (Caltech)
Frank Wuerthwein (UCSD)
Avi Yagil (UCSD)