|Higgs Couplings 2017|
|Institute for Theoretical Physics, Heidelberg University, November 6-10, 2017|
Higgs Couplings 2017: Topics
The Higgs discovery is not only the potential final step in finding the particle content
of the Standard Model of particle physics, it also
shows that quantum field theory can fully describe the fundamental interactions of elementary particles.
Moreover, it offers new avenues to test the Standard Model and its possible extensions. Simple examples
are Higgs portal models which couple a weak-scale dark matter agent through the Higgs sector and
predict signals at the LHC, but also in direct and indirect dark matter searches.
We will have theoretical and
experimental talks with a sizeable fraction of discussion time on the general topics:
Speakers by sessions
Special seminarOn Thursday afternoon the members of the Institute for Theoretical Physics will join us for a special seminar by Gerald 't Hooft
Discussion leadersOf each talks slot we are asking the speaker to leave 1/3 to extensive discussion. This is why there will be a few discussion leaders, who will ensure that discussions take place and cover interesting directions:
Jon Butterworth, Sally Dawson, Stefan Dittmaier, Andrei Gritsan (TBC), Chris Hays, Frank Krauss, Markus Klute, Andrew Pilkington, Michael Trott,...