GGI Workshop Beyond the Standard Model after the first run of the LHC
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De Curtis, S., Dudas, E., Gherghetta, T., Nomura, Y., Wells, J., & Zwirner, F. (2014). GGI Workshop Beyond the Standard Model after the first run of the LHC. Il Colle Di Galileo, 3(1), 51–55. https://doi.org/10.13128/Colle_Galileo-14648
AbstractThe first run of the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) was completed by the end of 2012. It amazingly unveiled the mystery of electroweak symmetry breaking by discovering the Higgs scalar particle. Our workshop discussed the status of theoretical ideas and their comparison with the first LHC run, starting from the experimental data, followed by theoretical models and their ultraviolet completion. The purpose was to bring together leading Beyond the Standard Model researchers, field and string theory experts with a key interest in comparing various Beyond the Standard Model ideas with the existing LHC data. This stimulated an intense and fruitful interaction between these communities in the excellent environment provided by the Galileo Galilei Institute.
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