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(ICTP), Christophe Grojean
(DESY), Diptimoy Ghosh
The aim of this workshop is to discuss the latest results from the LHC that are
expected to be public in the summer. The main focus of the workshop will be to
scrutinise the status of the various BSM scenarios on the basis of the available
experimental data. We plan to have a congenial atmosphere with typically a couple
of talks per day and lots of free time for discussion and exchange of ideas.
Participation is by invitation only.
The invited participants will be offered full travel support and local hospitality.
Organizers: Alex Azatov (ICTP), Mikael Chala (DESY), Gauthier Durieux (DESY), Diptimoy Ghosh (Weizmann), Christophe Grojean (DESY) and Oleksii Matsedonskyi (DESY)