Physics at LHC:
March 21-24, 2007
The workshop "Physics at LHC: From Experiment to Theory" will take place from Wednesday March 21 until Saturday March 24, 2007, and is hosted by the Princeton Center for Theoretical Physics and the Physics Department at Princeton University. The meeting will bring together high energy physicists with expertise ranging from formal theory to collider phenomenology, simulation and experiment. Talks and discussion will focus issues relevant to the discovery, interpretation and implications of potential new physics signals at the LHC.
The meeting is held jointly with the second workskop in the "Monte Carlo Tools for Beyond the Standard Model Physics" (MC4BSM) series, which will take place on March 23 and 24. The goal of the MC4BSM workshop series is to foster interactions and collaborations among model builders, phenomenologists, Monte Carlo experts, and experimentalists.
One afternoon session of the workshop is reserved for a new round of the LHC Olympics. The LHCO is a collective effort by theorists to train themselves in establishing a correspondence between theoretical models and experimental signatures, with the goal of developing new efficient inclusive signatures and collider simulation tools. Emphasis is given to model-independent approaches that go beyond the standard repertoire of beyond the Standard Model studies.
This Workshop will be preceded by "LHC-Tier 3 Science and Networking
Needs Workshop - US Eastern Region" on March 20th 2007 at the same
venue. Those interested in attending that event should refer to the
this announcement/registration site.
(*) To be confirmed
LHC Workshop: March 21-24, 2007