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Thursday, October 11

8:50 Registration
Mississippi Room, 3rd Floor, Coffman Memorial Union
9:20 K. Olive, University of Minnesota, FTPI
Welcome and Opening Remarks

Session Chair:
9:30am M. Pospelov, Perimeter Institute
Modifications of the Higgs properties in the minimalistic extensions of the Standard Model
10:00am D. Alves, FermiLab
Sister Higgs
10:30am COFFEE BREAK
 

Session Chair:
11:00am K. Dienes, NSF/Univ. of Arizona/Univ. of Maryland
Dynamical Dark Matter: A New Framework for Dark Matter Physics
11:30am H. Baer, University of Oklahoma
Radiative natural SUSY with mixed axion-higgsino CDM
12:00pm P. Graham, Stanford University
A New Operator For Axion Dark Matter Detection
12:30pm LUNCH BREAK
Lunch is on your own. Please refer to the dining guide in the back of your workshop program.

Session Chair:
2:00pm M. Reece, Harvard University
Do We Have Hints of New Physics in 2012 Data?
2:30pm Y. Grossman, Cornell University
MFV SUSY
3:00pm P. Meade, YITP Stony Brook University
New EW states in plain sight
3:30pm COFFEE BREAK
 

Session Chair:
4:00pm D. McKeen, Perimeter Institute, University of Victoria
Four Photons Faking Two Photons in Higgs Decays
4:30pm S. Razamat, IAS, Princeton University
TBA
5:00pm
Workshop ends for the day.

 

Friday, October 12

Session Chair:
9:30am C. Csaki, Cornell University
Higgslike dilaton
10:00am S. Matsuzaki, Maskawa Institute for Science and Culture, Kyoto Sangyo University
125 GeV techni-dilaton at LHC
10:30am COFFEE BREAK
 

Session Chair:
11:00am J. Heckman, Harvard University
The Higgs Sector and Supersymmetric Extra Sectors
11:30am Y. Mambrini, LPT Orsay
Gamma ray line and dark matter phenomenology
12:00pm G. Kane, University of Michigan
Compactified M/string Prediction of Higgs Boson Mass and Properties -- 126 GeV IS Natural
12:30pm LUNCH BREAK
Lunch is on your own. Please refer to the dining guide in the back of your workshop program.

Session Chair:
2:00pm A. Linde, Stanford University
On strong vacuum stabilization in string theory
2:30pm L. Ibanez, Instituto de Fisica Teorica UAM-CSIC, Madrid
High Scale SUSY breaking in String Theory Unification
3:00pm E. Dudas, CERN-TH and CPhT-Ecole Polytechnique
Phenomenology of strong moduli stabilization
3:30pm COFFEE BREAK
 

Session Chair:
4:00pm I. Antoniadis, CERN
Aspects of string phenomenology in the LHC era
4:30pm Y. Nomura, University of California, Berkeley
Spread Supersymmetry
5:00pm G. Dvali, LMU-MPI, NYU, CERN
Geometry as Graviton Bose-Einstein Condensate.
5:30pm
Workshop ends for the day.

Dinner
6:30pm
Bus departs the University Hotel for dinner. Locals, see the workshop MAP for driving directions.
6:40pm
Social Hour
7:30pm
Dinner

Saturday, October 13

Session Chair:
9:00am M. Dine, University of California, Santa Cruz
Rethinking Naturalness
9:30am J. Terning, University of California, Davis
A Composite Light Stop
10:00am A. Katz, Harvard University
Searches for RPV SUSY at the LHC
10:30am COFFEE BREAK
 

Session Chair:
11:00am A. Vikman, CERN/Stanford University
Suppressing Quantum Fluctuations
11:30am T. Dumitrescu, Princeton University
Chern-Simons Contact Terms
12:00pm Z. Komargodski, Weizmann Institute of Science and IAS, Princeton
The Theory of the Flux Tube
12:30pm LUNCH BREAK
 

Session Chair:
2:00pm L. Wang, University of Chicago
Some implications of the Higgs signal
2:30pm M. Ibe, ICRR, University of Tokyo
Pure Gravity Mediation of Supersymmetry Breaking (a heavy sfermion scenario)
3:00pm Y. Shirman, University of California, Irvine
Fermion-Monopole Scattering and the Rubakov-Callan effect
3:30pm COFFEE BREAK
 

Session Chair:
4:00pm J. Evans, University of Minnesota, FTPI
The Lightest Higgs Boson Mass in the MSSM with Strongly Interacting Spectators
4:30pm D. Shih, Rutgers University
Models for Maximal Stop Mixing
5:00pm
Workshop closes. Thank you for your participation.

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