Mini Symposium on Future Colliders

Monday, March 24, 2014
Kersten Physics Teaching Center Room 206, The University of Chicago

  Particle physics is at an exciting juncture. With the Higgs discovery, the Standard Model is complete, but still many fundamental questions (including the origin of mass) remain unanswered. To address these questions, we need to think about an experimental program beyond the LHC. There have been new, recent activities regarding future colliders around the world. At this mini symposium, we will review physics with future colliders and new initiatives and news from Japan, Europe, China and U.S.


Talks can be found here.

   Bring your own lunch. Refreshments (coffee, soda, cookies, etc.) will be provided
   If you have any questions or comments, please send email to Young-Kee Kim