Particle physics in the LHC era

7-9 January

During the past years, the Zurich Phenomenology Workshop has developed into a forum for particle physics researchers to discuss the lastest developments in phenomenology. Its recent editions focused on

In its 2010-2012 run, the LHC produces high-quality datasets of proton-proton collisions at 7 and 8 TeV.

These data help to eludicate the mechanism of electroweak symmetry breaking by providing the necessary sensitivity for the discovery of the Higgs boson and the study of its properties. They may contain first indications for physics beyond the Standard Model and will equally allow many precision measurements of Standard Model benchmark processes.

The Zurich Phenomenology workshop will bring together leading researchers from experimental and theoretical elementary particle physics to discuss the results of the 2010-12 run and their implications for unraveling the structure of particle physics at the Fermi scale.

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The event starts on Monday the 7th of January at 10:10am (registration from 9:00am) and ends on Wednesday the 9th, at 15:00 in the afternoon.

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