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Department of Physics & Astronomy
The goal of the meeting is to review and to discuss the state-of-the-art and future developments in the research field of electroweak symmetry breaking from the theoretical and experimental perspectives with emphasis on Higgs phenomenology at the LHC and how the HiggsTools Training Network will address these issues. This is the first meeting organized by the HiggsTools Initial Training Network and is open only to members of the network.
The meeting will be held in the Department of Physics, University College London from 14:00 Wednesday 2nd April 2014 to 13:00 Friday 4th April 2014.
For maps of the UCL campus and local environment see
campus: http://www.ucl.ac.uk/maps/downloads/ucl-bloomsbury-campus-map physics: http://www.ucl.ac.uk/phys/find/pysics_map_printing.jog
Please use the main entrance, which is situated at the north end of the cloisters. The Gower Court entrance has restricted card access and is for deliveries and access card-holders only.
There are many suitable hotels in London. Imperial London Hotels is a collection of 3* Hotels within a few minutes walk of UCL (http://www.imperialhotels.co.uk/ ) with availability on these dates.
We are trying to set up a conference phone on +44 2076790469
A 10 slide summary of each node. Each talk should
1) state every person involved from that node, and how they contribute to the activity of the network.
2) Summarize the expertise of the node
3) Identify collaborations with other nodes
4) Links with activities outside the network
We will make a further booklet based on these slides about the network.