Beyond the Standard Model

in Okinawa 2016

 
 

Thanks to the success of the first run of the LHC experiment, the Standard Model has become established as a low energy effective description of the elementary particle physics. Still, there are many elements yet to be clarified before the complete understanding of the Universe. Experts from various areas, including neutrino physics, physics beyond the Standard Model, collider phisics, etc. are invited to the workshop to discuss what is important for the next step.


Topics:

  ILC Physics

  Neutrino Physics

  LHC Physics

  Physics beyond the Standard Model

  ... and more


Support:

  OIST

  MEXT Grant-in-aid for Scientific Research on Innovative Areas

  "Neutrino physics and the origin of the Universe"


Organizers:

  Ryuichiro Kitano (KEK)

  Osamu Yasuda (Tokyo Metropolitan University)

  Joe Sato (Saitama University)

  Kin-ya Oda (Osaka University)

  Takashi Shimomura (Miyazaki University)

  Masafumi Kurachi (KEK)


Advisory:

  Hirotaka Sugawara (OIST)

  Satoshi Iso (KEK)

March 1 - 8, 2016

OIST, Okinawa, Japan

Photo credits to OIST/Murray