The “Lattice for Beyond the Standard Model Physics 2016” workshop will be held at Argonne on April 21-22, 2016, in Bldg. 241, Rm. D172. This is the seventh workshop in the series.
The focus will be on the role that lattice numerical simulations can play in the study of possible strong interactions in Beyond the Standard Model (BSM) physics, and in particular within the following topic areas:
Composite dark matter
Composite Higgs models and EWSB
Strongly coupled models, including many-fermion gauge theories and SUSY
Lattice gauge theorists and continuum phenomenologists/theorists will meet and present talks in these areas, increase the interplay between the groups, and generate new ideas and projects.
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