Lattice Gauge Theory Simulations

Beyond the Standard Model of Particle Physics

  Program and Lecture Slides

Monday, 22 June 2015
Melamed Lecture Hall (Shenkar Physics Bldg. Room 006)

9:00    Light breakfast 
(patio and lobby)

9:30    Welcome
Prof. Yaron Oz, Dean of the Raymond and Beverly Sackler Faculty of Exact Sciences
            Javier Serra (Padova)
            Composite Higgses

11:00    Coffee (patio and lobby)

            Luigi Del Debbio (Edinburgh)
            Lattice simulations and BSM phenomenology

12:30    Lunch  (under the palm trees)

Gabriele Ferretti (Chalmers U., Göteborg)
Fermionic UV completions of partial compositeness: classifications and phenomenology

Maarten Golterman (San Francisco State U.)
The Higgs as a pseudo NGB: what the lattice can contribute

3:45    Coffee (patio and lobby)  & freedom

Tuesday, 23 June 2015

Melamed Lecture Hall (Shenkar Physics Bldg. Room 006)

9:30    Light breakfast (patio & lobby)


Gilad Perez (Weizmann)
Flavor and CP violation of composite Higgs models

11:00    Coffee (patio & lobby)

Ethan Neil (Colorado)
Composite dark matter and the lattice

12:30    Lunch (under the palm trees)

Julius Kuti (San Diego)
The other light composite Higgs
Anna Hasenfratz (Colorado)
Many flavors on the lattice

3:30    Coffee (patio & lobby) & Freedom

Wednesday, 24 June 2015

            Excursion to Jerusalem
-- meet at TAU

Thursday, 25 June 2015
Interdisciplinary Research Building, Room 315

8:30    Light breakfast (adjacent lobby)

Francesco Sannino (SDU, Odense)
Rethinking Naturalness:  The interacting ultraviolet-safe behaviour of non-Abelian gauge-Yukawa theories
Claudio Pica (SDU, Odense)
Composite Higgs dynamics on the lattice: SU(2) gauge theory with two fundamental fermions

10:30    Coffee

Kohtaroh Miura (Marseille)
Strongly interacting gauge theory and physics beyond the Standard Model
            Francesco Knechtli (Wuppertal)
Non-perturbative spectrum of SU(2) Gauge-Higgs Unification in five dimensions

12:30    Lunch (adjacent lobby)

Kimmo Tuominen (Helsinki)           
            Scalar mass and couplings from extended gauge dynamics
Etsuko Itou (KEK)
The mass anomalous dimension of the SU(3) Nf = 12 theory from the step scaling and the hyperscaling methods

3:30    Coffee (ditto) & freedom

5:45    Bus to dinner
(meet at TAU)

7:30    Dinner at Regina restaurant (at Hatachana -- the First Station compound)

10:00  Return to TAU
(or wander the city during the White Night)

Friday, 26 June 2015
Kaplun Physics Building, Room 118

8:30    Light breakfast (Shenkar lobby)

Georg Bergner (Bern)
            Results from lattice simulations of adjoint one-flavour QCD and supersymmetric Yang-Mills theory
            Oliver Witzel (Edinburgh)
            The running coupling in systems with 8 and 4+8 flavors and its implications for the spectrum

10:30    Coffee

            Elisabetta Pallante (Groningen)
Conformal or confining
            Discussion session

12:30    Lunch (under the palm trees)

2:00    End of workshop

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