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The bus departs at 9am sharp(!) in front of the Boyd Orr building at Glasgow University. You can't miss it, it's a pretty darn ugly building. But to avoid daft excuses there's a link to Google Maps in the materials section (to avoid daft excuses).
Introductory Session: Setting the scene
Welcome and Coffee20mGlengoyne Distillery
(Glasgow), James Ferrando
Brief review of best motivated new Heavy bosons to hunt30m
Brief review of existing experimental searches30m
Which search channels are missing?
What will be possible with the upgraded (HL-)LHC that is not possible now?
Is the current range of masses/parameters probed the most theoretically interesting one?
Viable models (?)
Lunch and distillery tourGlengoyne distillery
Session II: The toolboxGlengoyne Distillery
Separating heavy bosons from the backgrounds (experimental)30m
jet substructure techniques, and mass-type variables used to distinguish signal from (ir)reducible backgrounds
Theoretical aspects of substructure and mass reconstruction30m
MC aspects of heavy boson simulation30m
Is the current status of boosted object reconstruction techniques sufficient for the needs of this searches?
Is experimental b-tagging good enough for boosted H/ t kinematics?
Do we need new techniques for leptonic and semi-leptonically decaying boosted objects?
Are there better physical quantities to use for experimental discriminant distibrutions? esp. for states with missing transverse momentum
To what extent can we trust our simulation of these variables?
Transit to Glasgow University1h
Transit to Dinner30mKelvinbridge subway station
Kelvinbridge subway station
We will travel to Drygate via subway, the Kelvinbridge subway is handy for the Heritage guest house