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LHC@BNL day

After Discovery: What Next in Higgs Physics?

Please Note: This event is open to the public only for October 1, 2012. Registration fee is not required for this event and proper visitor identification will be required.

The ATLAS and CMS experiments at the LHC have results with 10 inverse fb per experiment combining the 7 TeV and 8 TeV data sets. The announcement of the discovery of a Higgs-like particle turns the focus to understanding its properties, such as couplings to other particles, its spin and CP properties.

The workshop will gather experimentalists and theorists to discuss the next steps for understanding electroweak symmetry breaking.

Invited Speakers

  • R. Demina (Rochester)
  • S. Heinemeyer (Santander)
  • T. LeCompte (ANL)
  • Y. Gershtein (Rutgers)
  • H. Okawa (BNL)
  • D. Lopez Pegna (Princeton)
  • D. Schaefer (Penn)
  • M. Strassler (Rutgers)
  • S. Thomas (Rutgers)

Local Organizers

  • Sally Dawson
  • Hong Ma
  • Marc-Andre Pleier

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Last Modified: October 12, 2012