IRN Terascale

Europe/London
OC218 (IPPP building 2nd floor) (IPPP Durham)

OC218 (IPPP building 2nd floor)

IPPP Durham

Description

We look forward to welcoming you in Durham IPPP from September 4th to the 7th for a general meeting of the IRN Terascale. Your contribution to the program is welcome.The meeting starts on the morning of the 4th, in OC218 of the IPPP building. Accommodation will be available from the arrival evening of 3rd September in Collingwood College. ARRIVAL: when you arrive please just make your way to Collingwood College whatever the time. There is a porter there 24/7. 

 The conference dinner will take place in Durham Castle on the evening of Tuesday the 4th. The meeting will end on Friday 7th at lunchtime. This slightly longer than usual format for the IRN meeting will include plenty of time for interaction and discussion. We also plan to schedule parallel session talks. 

Please contact the coordinators of the corresponding session if you would like to give a talk:

Higgs: Nicolas Morange, Christophe Ochando, Pietro Slavich

BSM: Eric Chabert , Marie-Helene Genest, Stephane Lavignac, Ana Teixeira

Dark Universe: Emmanuel Moulin, Marco Cirelli

Tools: Samuel Calvet, Eric Conte, Benjamin Fuks and Jennifer Thompson

You can find their e-mail addresses on the Web-page of the GDR Terascale http://terascale.in2p3.fr/ .

SKYPE: If you wish to join the sessions by Skype please add durham.ippp to your list of addresses

The IPPP will offer all meals on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, buffet lunch on Friday. Dinner on Tuesday will be a banquet in the Castle. There will be an excursion on Wednesday afternoon to Hadrian's Wall (There will be a bus at 1.30pm from outside your accommodation at Collingwood College). [ If you would like to do some background reading see http://www.vindolanda.com ]

For participants associated to CNRS labs the fees will be payed directly by the IRN. Please:
- tick the relevant box during registration
- talk to the management committee member of your lab to be included in the reimbursement list for the fees to be covered by the IRN fund (list see http://terascale.in2p3.fr)
- do not send the credit card form!

Participants
  • Björn Herrmann
  • Christopher McCabe
  • Clement Leloup
  • Corentin Allaire
  • Debtosh Chowdhury
  • Dilia Portillo
  • Dirk Zerwas
  • Ed Hardy
  • Emilian Dudas
  • Eric CONTE
  • Genevieve Belanger
  • Gilbert Moultaka
  • Gurpreet Chahal Singh
  • Herve Partouche
  • Jonas Lindert
  • Jordan BERNIGAUD
  • Kallia Petraki
  • Karim Benakli
  • Karl Nordstrom
  • Ken Mimasu
  • Louis D'Eramo
  • Marc Besancon
  • Marco CIRELLI
  • Mark Goodsell
  • Mathieu Boudaud
  • Michael Spannowsky
  • Quentin Bonnefoy
  • Rhea Moutafis
  • Richard Ruiz
  • Rick Gupta
  • Romain Kukla
  • Ruben Oncala Mesa
  • Sanjay Bloor
  • Sebastian Paßehr
  • Seth Moortgat
  • Shankha Banerjee
  • Sophie Williamson
  • Steve Muanza
  • Steven Abel
  • Suzanne GASCON
  • Ulrich Goerlach
  • Vincent Poireau
  • Yifan Chen
Conference secretariat
    • 09:25 10:30
      Welcome and general session
      • 09:25
        Welcome 5m
      • 09:30
        BSM 30m
        Speaker: Dr Rick Gupta
      • 10:00
        Higgs coupling measurements at the HL-LHC and beyond 30m
        Speaker: Dr Shankha Banerjee (IPPP)
    • 10:30 11:00
      Coffee available every day from 10.30 30m
    • 11:00 12:30
      General Session
      • 11:00
        Heavy Neutrinos: Prospects at Colliders for Experiment and Theory 30m
        Speaker: Dr Richard Ruiz
      • 11:30
        Precision Simulations for the Energy Frontier 30m
        Speaker: Prof. Frank Krauss
      • 12:00
        Latest results from cosmological simulations of MW-like galaxies 30m
        Speaker: Prof. Carlos Frenk
    • 14:00 15:30
      Dark Universe
      • 14:00
        Cosmic rays anomalies: where do we stand? 30m
        Speaker: Mathieu Boudaud
      • 14:30
        Latest constraints on Galileon models 30m
        Speaker: Clement Leloup
      • 15:00
        Directly detecting dark matter in the S1 stream 30m
        Speaker: Christopher McCabe (King's College London)
    • 15:30 16:00
      Coffee available every day from 3.30 30m
    • 16:00 17:30
      Dark Universe
      • 16:00
        Whac-a-constraint with anomaly-free dark matter models 30m
        Speaker: Dr Karl Nordstrom
      • 16:30
        Global fits of effective Higgs portal models with GAMBIT 30m
        Speaker: Sanjay Bloor
      • 17:00
        Moduli Portal Dark Matter 30m
        Speaker: Debtosh Chowdhury
    • 08:45 12:30
      Hggs
    • 14:00 17:30
      BSM
      • 14:00
        Heavy Neutrinos and Safe Jet Vetoes in Hadron Collisions 30m
        Speaker: Richard Ruiz (IPPP / University of Durham)
      • 14:30
        SUSY flavour observables in an A4 x SU(5) model of muon g-2 and dark matter 30m
        Speaker: Jordan Bernigaud (LAPTh, Annecy)
      • 15:00
        Flavour-violating decays of mixed top-charm squarks at the LHC 30m
        Speaker: Björn Herrmann (LAPTh, Annecy)
      • 15:30
        Coffe Break 30m
      • 16:00
        Mono-Higgs searches with the ATLAS detector 30m
        Speaker: Dilia Portillo (LPNHE Paris)
      • 16:30
        Axions from strings 30m
        Speaker: Ed Hardy (University of Liverpool)
      • 17:00
        Axions and anomalous U(1)’s 30m
        Speaker: Quentin Bonnefoy (Ecole Polytechnique)
    • 09:30 12:10
      Tools
      • 09:30
        USINE: A code dedicated to the propagation of Galactic cosmic rays 20m
        Speaker: Mathieu Boudaud
      • 09:55
        Data and Monte Carlo preparation in CMS 20m

        The hundreds of physics analyses are being performed in the CMS experiment at CERN that requires proton-proton collision data and the Monte Carlo samples for the thousands of signal and background processes. This talk is focussed to explain how the CMS experiment is ensuring the production of high-quality data and Monte Carlo samples. The summary of data collection, data quality monitoring, data certification, Monte Carlo production, CMS software development, and the use of computing resources will be covered.

        Speaker: Gurpreet Singh Chahal (IPPP Durham University and Imperial College London)
      • 10:20
        MC simulations in the EFT framework 20m
        Speaker: Ken Mimasu
      • 10:45
        Coffee-Break 30m
      • 11:15
        Machine learning techniques in the EFT framework 25m
        Speaker: Seth Moortgat (Vrije Universiteit Brussel (BE))
      • 11:45
        Recent developments in reSolve 20m
        Speaker: Francesco Coradeschi
    • 12:10 12:20
      Famous last words 10m
      Speakers: Dirk Zerwas, Gilbert Moultaka, Tilman Plehn
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