Parallel Sessions

Colliders - Higgs Phenomenology

  • Place: Small Auditorium A
  • Time per contribution: approximately 20min
  • Experimental results, searches, and bounds; simulation tools; accelerator physics; precision electroweak studies; Higgs physics; analyses of LHC and International Linear Collider prospects.

    Heather Logan Markus Schumacher
    Yves Sirois Georg Weiglein

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    Thursday, 26.07.2007 Up
    14.00-16.00 to be announced
    16.00-16.30 coffee break
    16.30-16.50 Heavy MSSM Higgs bosons at the LHC Sven Heinemeyer (IFCA)
    16.50-17.10 MSSM Higgs-boson production in bottom-quark fusion: electroweak radiative corrections Alexander Muck (Aachen)
    17.10-17.30 Discovering the Higgs Bosons with Tau Leptons and a Bottom Quark Chung Kao (Univ. of Oklahoma)
    17.30-17.50 Associated charged Higgs and W boson production in the MSSM at the CERN Large Hadron Collider Stefan Hesselbach (Southampton)
    17.50-18.10 Charged Higgs production at the LHC in minimal flavor violation and beyond Michael Spannowsky (LMU)
    18.10-18.30 Decay of Charged Higgs boson in TeV scale supersymmetric seesaw model Satoru Kaneko (Valencia)
    Friday, 27.07.2007 Up
    14.00-16.00 to be announced
    16.00-16.30 coffee break
    16.30-16.50 Higgs boson decays in the Complex MSSM Karina Williams (Durham)
    16.50-17.10 Higgs production and decay in SUSY with CP violation Poulose Poulose (Southampton)
    17.10-17.30 The Higgs sector in the MSSM with CP-phases at higher orders Heidi Rzehak (Villigen PSI)
    17.30-17.50 Higgs Masses in the Complex MSSM with FeynHiggs Thomas Hahn (MPI Munich)
    17.50-18.10 Higgs-Boson Phenomenology in the NUHM Sven Heinemeyer (IFCA), Georg Weiglein (Durham)
    18.10-18.30 Light MSSM Higgs boson scenario and its test at hadron colliders Alexander Belyaev (Southampton - Rutherford Lab)
    Saturday, 28.07.2007 Up
    14.00-16.00 to be announced
    16.00-16.30 coffee break
    16.30-16.50 Higgs and Sparticle Spectroscopy Ilia Gogoladze (Univ. of Delaware)
    16.50-17.10 Higgs boson production at the LHC: transverse-momentum and rapidity dependence Giuseppe Bozzi (KIT)
    17.10-17.30 Distributions for Higgs + jet at hadron colliders: MSSM versus SM Oliver Brein (Durham)
    17.30-17.50 Higgs Boson Production via Gluon Fusion: SUSY-QCD Corrections Michael Spira (PSI)
    17.50-18.10 Susy QCD corrections to Higgs production in gluon fusion Charalampos Anastasiou (CERN)
    18.10-18.30 Double Parton Scattering in Associate Higgs Boson Production with Bottom Quarks at Hadron Colliders Mohammad Hussein (Univ. of Bahrain)
    Monday, 30.07.2007 Up
    16.30-16.50 Determination of the CP quantum numbers of neutral Higgs bosons in the tau decay channels at the LHC Stefan Berge (Aachen)
    16.50-17.10 Complementarity of h -> eta eta -> 4b in the search of Higgs boson at the LHC Kingman Cheung (Natl Tsing Hua Univ.)
    17.10-17.30 Hunting a light CP-odd non-standard Higgs boson at a (Super) B factory Miguel Angel Sanchis Lozano (Valencia)
    17.30-17.50 Light pseudoscalar and Higgs decay in the simplest little Higgs mode Jeonghyeon Song (Konkuk University)
    17.50-18.10 Radiative Yukawa Couplings for Supersymmetric Higgs Singlets at Large tan(beta) Robert Hodgkinson (Manchester)

    Colliders - Susy Phenomenology

  • Place: Gaede-Auditorium
  • Time per contribution: approximately 20min
  • Experimental results, searches and bounds; simulation tools; accelerator physics; precision electroweak studies; supersymmetry studies and experimental signatures; analyses of LHC and International Linear Collider prospects.

    Werner Porod Jan Kalinowski
    Dirk Zerwas Darin Acosta

    Thursday, 26.07.2007 Up
    14.00-14.20 Towards reconstructing the SUSY Lagrangian with Fittino Philip Bechtle (DESY)
    14.20-14.40 SFitter: Reconstructing the MSSM Lagrangian from LHC data Michael Rauch (Edinburgh)
    14.40-15.00 SUSY breaking now easy and generic Hitoshi Murayama (Berkeley National Lab.)
    15.00-15.20 About the Running and Decoupling in the MSSM Luminita Mihaila (KIT)
    15.20-15.40 Unitarity constraints on trilinear couplings in the MSSM Alexander Schuessler (KIT)
    15.00-15.20 Nonlinear gauge fixing with FeynArts Thomas Gajdosik (Fizikos Institutas and Vilnius University)
    16.00-16.30 coffee break
    16.30-16.50 Inclusive Search for Squark/Gluino Production at CDF CDF Collaboration
    16.50-17.10 Searches for squarks and gluinos in Jets+Missing Transverse Energy Final states with the D0 Detector Mansoora Shamim (Kansas State Univ.)(D0)
    17.10-17.30 SUSY Searches in all-hadronic states with large missing energy in CMS CMS Collaboration
    17.30-17.50 SUSY sensitivity in final states with leptons jets and MET in CMS CMS Collaboration
    17.50-18.10 Strategy for early SUSY searches at the LHC ATLAS Collaboration
    18.10-18.30 Trigger strategy for SUSY searches at the LHC ATLAS Collaboration
    Friday, 27.07.2007 Up
    14.00-14.20 neutralino one-loop branching ratios Bernhard Strausser (Institut fuer Hochenergiephysik der OeAW)
    14.20-14.40 Electroweak Contributions to Squark Pair Productions Sasha Bornhauser (Bonn)
    14.40-15.00 EW Corrections to Pair Production of Top-squarks at the LHC Monika Kollar (Munich)
    15.00-15.20 One-loop corrections in chargino sector with CPV phases Krzysztof Rolblecki (Warsaw)
    15.20-15.40 Transverse-momentum, threshold and joint resummations for slepton-pair production at hadron colliders Benjamin Fuks (LPSC Grenoble)
    15.40-16.00 Multiparticle SUSY simulations at LHC & ILC: Off-Shell effects, interferences and radiative corrections Juergen Reuter (Freiburg)
    16.00-16.30 coffee break
    16.30-16.50 Search for scalar top admixture in the ttbar -> l+jets channel with the D0 Detector Su-Jung Park (Rochester) (D0)
    16.50-17.10 Search for the Associated Production of Charginos and Neutralinos with the D0 detector Olav Mundal (Bonn) (D0)
    17.10-17.30 Search for Chargino-Neutralino Pairs at CDF CDF Collaboration
    17.30-17.50 SUSY searches with trileptons in CMS CMS Collaboration
    17.50-18.30 Results of searches for Leptoquarks, Isolated Leptons and Multileptons at HERA Judith Katzy (DESY)
    Saturday, 28.07.2007 Up
    14.00-14.20 NLO Event Generation for Chargino Production at the ILC Tania Robens (Aachen)
    14.20-14.40 Two-photon exclusive production of supersymmetric pairs at the LHC Krzysztof Piotrzkowski (Univ. Catholique de Louvain)
    14.40-15.00 Probing the SUSY-QCD coupling identity at LHC Ayres Freitas (Zurich)
    15.00-15.20 Tau polarization in SUSY cascade decays at LHC Kentarou Mawatari (Korea Inst. for Advanced Study)
    15.20-15.40 Reconstructing Sparticle Mass Spectra using Hadronic Decays Are Raklev (Bergen)
    15.40-16.00 Mass Determination in SUSY-like Events with Missing Energy John Gunion (Univ. of California)
    16.00-16.30 coffee break
    16.30-16.50 Searches Heavy, Long-Lived Particles at CDF CDF Collaboration
    16.50-17.10 R-hadron and long lived particle searches at ATLAS ATLAS Collaboration
    17.10-17.30 Search for Supersymmetry with Gauge-Mediated Breaking with the D0 Detector D0 Collaboration
    17.30-17.50 CDF Searches for New Physics with Photons CDF Collaboration
    17.50-18.10 Search for GMSB NLSPs in CMS CMS Collaboration
    18.10-18.30 SUSY parameters determination ATLAS Collaboration
    Monday, 30.07.2007 Up
    14.00-14.20 Sneutrino-antisneutrino mixing at future colliders Tuomas Honkavaara (Helsinki)
    14.20-14.40 Effects of Lepton Flavour Violation on Chargino Production at the Linear Collider Thomas Kernreiter (Vienna)
    14.40-15.00 Impact of slepton generation mixing on the search for sneutrinos Keisho Hidaka (Tokyo)
    15.00-15.20 R-Parity violation minimal supergravity at the LHC Sebastian Grab (Bonn)
    15.20-15.40 Long-lived superpartners in the MSSM Alexey Gladyshev (Joint Institute for Nuclear Research)
    15.40-16.00 Sweet Spot Supersymmetry Masahiro Ibe (SLAC)
    16.00-16.30 coffee break
    16.30-16.50 Precision gluino mass at the LHC in the Focus Point Region Gabe Shaughnessy (Univ. of Wisconsin)
    16.50-17.10 Extended LHC reach of the focus point SUSY region Alexander Belyaev (Southampton)
    17.10-17.30 Right-Chiral Sneutrino LSP in mSUGRA: Event characteristics on NLSP at LHC Santosh Kumar Rai (Helsinki)
    17.30-17.50 Precision Measurement of the Stop Quark Mass at the ILC Andre Sopczak (Lancaster)
    17.50-18.10 Detecting metastable staus and gravitinos at the ILC Hans-Ulrich Martyn (DESY,Aachen)
    18.10-18.30 Spin Analysis of Supersymmetric Particles Peter Matthias Zerwas (DESY,Aachen)
    Tuesday, 31.07.2007 Up
    14.00-14.20 A Collider Signature of the Supersymmetric Golden Region Christian Spethmann (Cornell Univ.)
    14.20-14.40 LHC detection reach for lambdaSusy Roberto Franceschini (Pisa)
    14.40-15.00 SUSY Dark Matter models with a well tempered neutralino Howard Baer (Florida State Univ.)
    15.00-15.20 Flavour Violating Interactions of Supersymmetric Particles Andrew Box (Hawaii)
    16.00-16.30 coffee break
    16.30-16.50 MSSM precision physics at the Z resonance Arne Weber (Munich)
    16.50-17.10 SUSY in the Light of B Physics and Electroweak Precision Observables Georg Weiglein (Durham)
    17.10-17.30 Preparing LHC: new constraints from isospin asymmetry in b to s gamma transitions
    17.30-17.50 Development of a consistent framework for indirect MSSM constraints Oliver Buchmueller (CERN)
    17.50-18.10 Inverting the LHC with the ILC Ben Lillie (Argonne, Chicago)
    18.10-18.30 LHC/ILC analysis for SUSY scenarios with heavy sfermions Gudrid Moortgat-Pick (Durham)


  • Place: Lehmann-Auditorium
  • Time per contribution: approximately 20min
  • Cosmological observations; direct and indirect searches for Dark Matter; new Dark Matter candidates; dark energy; inflation; the cosmic microwave background; structure formation; neutrinos in cosmology; cosmic rays; ultra-high energy cosmic neutrinos.

    Klaus Eitel Stefano Profumo
    Aldo Morselli Laura Covi

    Thursday, 26.07.2007 Up
    14.00-14.20 Indirect search for Dark Matter with the ANTARES neutrino telescope Gordon Lim (NIKHEF/ANTARES)
    14.20-14.40 Where, when and how SUSY is showering in the sky Daniele Fargion (Rome)
    14.40-15.00 Neutrinos from WIMP annihilations Matthias Blennow (Royal Insitute of Technology)
    15.00-15.20 Reflection of Microwave from Energy Deposit by X-ray Irradiation in Rock Salt: Implying Salt Ultra High Energy Neutrino Detector to act like a Radio Bubble Chamber Masami Chiba (Tokyo)
    15.20-15.40 Long lived staus in IceCube from atmospheric neutrinos Stefano Profumo (Santa Cruz)
    15.40-16.00 Indirect Dark Matter Searches with H.E.S.S H.E.S.S. Collaboration
    16.00-16.30 coffee break
    16.30-16.50 Indirect searches for Dark Matter with AMS02 Pierre Brun (LAPP)
    16.50-17.10 The dark connection between the Canis Major dwarf, the Monoceros ring, the gas flaring, the rotation curve and the EGRET excess of diffuse Galactic Gamma Rays Wim de Boer (KIT)
    17.10-17.30 Supersymmetric Interpretation of the EGRET excess in diffuse Galactic gamma rays Christian Sander (Hamburg)
    17.30-17.50 Determination of the Dark Matter profile from the EGRET excess of diffuse Galactic gamma rays Markus Weber (KIT)
    17.50-18.10 Uncertainties of the antiproton flux from Dark Matter annihilation in comparison with the EGRET excess of diffuse gamma rays Iris Gebauer (KIT)
    18.10-18.30 The anomaly in the cosmic ray positron spectrum Jan Olzem (Aachen)
    Friday, 27.07.2007 Up
    14.00-14.20 A Dark Matter Tool on the Web Rachid Lemrani (CEA/DAPNIA/SSP)
    14.20-14.40 Determining the WIMP Mass from Direct Dark Matter Detection Data Chung-Lin Shan (Bonn)
    14.40-15.00 Status of the EDELWEISS-2 Dark Matter Search Astrid Chantelauze (KIT)
    15.00-15.20 New results from the XENON10 direct Dark Matter search Daniel McKinsey (Yale)
    15.20-15.40 LUX: A Large Two-phase Liquid Xenon Detector for WIMP Search Mani Tripathi (UC Davis)
    15.40-16.00 Systematics and background suppression in the KATRIN experiment Kathrin Valerius (Münster)
    16.00-16.30 coffee break
    16.30-16.50 Constraints on the very early universe from WIMP Dark Matter Mitsuru Kakizaki (Bonn)
    16.50-17.10 Phenomenology on sub-GUT Supersymmetry Breaking Pearl Sandick (Univ. of Minnesota)
    17.10-17.30 The Lightest Higgs Boson and Relic Neutralino in the MSSM with CP Violation Stafano Scopel (Seoul)
    17.30-17.50 SUSY-GUTs, SUSY-Seesaw ant the Neutralino Dark Matter Lorenzo Calibbi (Valencia)
    17.50-18.10 Effect of radiative corrections at order alpha_s to neutralino annihilation processes on the cold dark matter relic density Björn Herrmann (Grenoble)
    18.10-18.30 Constraining the mSUGRA parameter space through entropy and abundance criteria Myriam Mondragon (UNAM)
    Saturday, 28.07.2007 Up
    14.00-14.20 Connections between colliders and cosmology in the nMSSM Ayres Freitas (Zurich)
    14.20-14.40 Phenomenology of Models with Mirage Unification Xerxes Tata (Hawaii)
    14.40-15.00 Non-Universal gaugino masses and implications on the Dark Matter and Higgs searches Jari Laamanen (Helsinki)
    15.00-15.20 Lightest neutralino in the MNSSM Roman Nevzorov (Glasgow)
    15.20-15.40 Mixed-sneutrino Dark Matter at the LHC David Tucker-Smith (Williams College)
    15.40-16.00 Dark Matter in SUGRA models and the LHC CDF Collaboration
    16.00-16.30 coffee break
    16.30-16.50 RH Sneutrino Condensate CDM and the Baryon-to-Dark Matter Ratio John McDonald (Lancaster)
    16.50-17.10 Unification and Dark Matter in a Minimal Scalar Extension of the Standard Model Mariangela Lisanti (SLAC)
    17.10-17.30 Baryogenesis from an Earlier Phase Transition Tim Tait (Argonne National Lab)
    17.30-17.50 Stability and Leptogenesis in the left-right symmetry Seesaw mechanism Tomas Hallgren (Royal Institute of Technology)
    17.50-18.10 Leptogenesis in the Exceptional Supersymmetric Standard Model Rui Luo (Glasgow)
    18.10-18.30 Dark Matter from brane oscillations Tonnis ter Veldhuis (Macalester College)
    Monday, 30.07.2007 Up
    14.00-14.20 Gravitino Dark Matter with Stop as the NLSP Yudi Santoso (Univ. of Victoria)
    14.20-14.40 Gravitino Dark Matter with broken R-parity Alejandro Ibarra (DESY)
    14.40-15.00 Gravitino Dark Matter and Constraints on the Reheating Temperature Josef Pradler (Max-Planck-Institute fuer Physik)
    15.00-15.20 The Dark Matter as a light gravitino Gilbert Moultaka (Montpellier)
    15.20-15.40 Cosmology of Gravitino LSP Scenario with Right-Handed Sneutrino NLSP Koji Ishiwata (Tohoku)
    15.40-16.00 Gravitino Dark Matter Vassilis Spanos (Patras)
    16.00-16.30 coffee break
    16.30-16.50 Gauge Invariant MSSM Inflation Anupam Mazumdar (NORDITA)
    16.50-17.10 Gravitino Production from Late-Decaying Scalar Field Motoi Endo (DESY)
    17.10-17.30 Gravitino Overproduction from Inflaton Decay, and its implication for SUSY breaking Fuminobu Takahashi (DESY)
    17.30-17.50 Curvature and isocurvature pertubations in two-field inflation Krzysztof Turzynski (Univ. of Michigan)
    17.50-18.10 Inhomogeneous preheating in multi-field inflationary models Tomohiro Matsuda (Saitama Inst. of Technology)
    18.10-18.30 Chaotic inflation model dominated by the D-term in supergravity Masahide Zamaguchi (Aoyama Gakuin Univ.)
    Tuesday, 31.07.2007 Up
    14.00-14.20 Extremely Long Lived Charged Massive Particles as A Probe of the Universe Fumihiro Takayama (Cornell Univ.)
    14.20-14.40 Supersymmetry, Dark Matter, and Dark Energy Lisa Everett (Univ. of Wisconsin)
    14.40-15.00 Robustness of quintessence models against quantum corrections Mathias Garny (Max-Planck-Inst. for Nuclear Physics)
    15.00-15.20 A New Constraint System Applied to Modifying Gravity Daniel Chung (Univ. of Wisconsin)
    15.20-15.40 Primordial nucleosynthesis as a probe of fundamental physics parameters Thomas Dent (Heidelberg)
    15.40-16.00 Low energy particle physics and cosmology of Nonlinear Supersymmetric General Relativity (NLSUSUGR) Kazunari Shima
    16.00-16.30 coffee break

    Flavor Physics

  • Place: Small Auditorium B
  • Time per contribution: approximately 20min
  • SUSY flavor theories; new mechanisms and approaches to the SUSY flavor and CP problems; Precision experiments at low energies; rare decays; low-energy CP violation; lepton flavor violation; proton decay; B factories; neutrino masses, mixings, and oscillations; flavor and CP violation at colliders; see-saw-mechanism.

    Steven Robertson Martin Gorbahn
    Pyungwo Ko Georg Hou

    Friday, 27.07.2007 Up
    14.00-14.20 Tau decays at BaBar BaBar Collaboration
    14.20-14.40 The muon megnetic moment and supersymmetry Dominik Stockinger (Glasgow)
    14.40-15.00 Lepton Universality breaking as a Probe of New Physics Paride Paradisi (Valencia,IFIC)
    15.00-15.20 Lepton Flavour Violation in the SUSY-Seesaw, an update Herrero Maria J. (Madrid)
    15.20-15.40 Lepton Flavor Violation at the LHC Frank Deppisch (DESY)
    15.40-16.00 Bounds on T-parity violating supersymmetric couplings from Bounds on R-parity violating supersymmetric couplings from leptonic and semi-leptonic meson decays Ben O'Leary (Aachen)
    16.00-16.30 coffee break
    16.30-16.50 Radiative penguin decays at BaBar BaBar Collaboration
    16.50-17.10 Leptonic decays at BaBar BaBar Collaboration
    17.10-17.30 Studies of B decays with missing energy Belle Collaboration
    17.30-17.50 CP violation in b->s penguin decays at BaBar BaBar Collaboration
    17.50-18.10 Studies of penguin dominated B decays Belle Collaboration
    18.10-18.30 Branching Fractions and Direct CP Asymmetries of Charmless B Decay Modes at the Tevatron CDF-Collaboration
    Saturday, 28.07.2007 Up
    14.00-14.20 Leptogenesis and LFV in the left-right symmetric seesaw mechanism Stephane Lavignac (SphT Saclay)
    14.20-14.40 Predictive Model of Inverted Neutrino Mass Hierarchies and Resonant Leptogenesis Zurab Tavartkiladze (Oklahoma State Univ.)
    14.40-15.00 Impact of non-standard neutrino interactions on future oscillation experiments Toshihiko Ota (Max-Planck-Inst. fuer Kernphysik)
    15.00-15.20 MiniBooNE and shortcuts in the extra dimension Heinrich Paes (Univ. of Alabama)
    15.20-15.40 Detecting atmospheric neutrino oscillations in ATLAS Joachim Kopp (Max-Planck-Inst. fuer Kernphysik)
    15.40-16.00 Search for neutrinoless double beta decay with NEMO-3 Collaboration NEMO-3
    16.00-16.30 coffee break
    16.30-16.50 Renormalization Group Evolution of Neutrino Masses in Type I and Type II Seesaw Scenarios Michael Schmidt (Max-Planck-Inst. für Kernphysik)
    16.50-17.10 Constructing Seesaw Textures in Quark-Lepton Complementarity Florian Plentinger (Würzburg)
    17.10-17.30 Can LHC Test the See-Saw Mechanism? Joern Kersten (ICTP)
    17.30-17.50 Neutrino Masses and Mixings from Quark Mass Hierarchies Sören Wiesenfeldt (UIUC)
    17.50-18.10 SO(10) SUSY GUTs with family symmetries: the test of FCNCs Wolfgang Altmannshofer (Munich)
    18.10-18.30 Flavor violation in a SUSY GUT Jae-hyeon Park (Tohoku)
    Monday, 30.07.2007 Up
    14.00-14.20 Squark and gaugino hadroproduction and decays in non-minimal flavour violating supersymmetry Benjamin Fuks (LPSC Grenoble)
    14.20-14.40 CKM and Tri-bimaximal MNS Matrices in a SU(5) x (d)T Model Mu-Chun Chen (Univ. of California)
    14.40-15.00 A_4 and its double-covering T' as flavor symmetries Claudia Hagedorn (Max-Planck-Inst. fuer Kernphysik)
    15.00-15.20 Supersymmetric mass spectrum of horizontal symmetries Liliana Velasco-Sevilla (Univ. of Minnesota)
    15.20-15.40 SUSY CP and Flavour in SUGRA flavour models with tri-bimaximal lepton mixing Michal Malinsky (Univ. of Southampton)
    15.40-16.00 Proton hexality from an anomalous flavor U(1) Christoph Luhn (Univ. of Florida)
    16.00-16.30 coffee break
    16.30-16.50 D0 Mixing at BaBar BaBar Collaboration
    16.50-17.10 Search for anomalous direct and indirect CP violation in b to c transitions at Dzero D0 Collaboration
    17.10-17.30 CP Violation Measurements at CDF CDF-Collaboration
    17.30-17.50 The MFV-MSSM as a natural route to near-flavour-conservation in SUSY. Application to meson mixings Diego Guadagnoli (Munich)
    17.50-18.10 The Higgs sector of the MSSM and B-Bbar mixing for large tan(beta) Stephanie Trine (KIT)
    18.10-18.30 Bs-Bsbar mixing and Bs-->KK decays within supersymmetry Seungwon Baek (Korea Univ.)
    Tuesday, 31.07.2007 Up
    14.00-14.20 Study of annihilation and radiative decays of heavy mesons at Dzero D0 Collaboration
    14.20-14.40 Search for Rare B and D Hadron Decays at CDF CDF Collaboration
    14.40-15.00 Study of the decay Bs->J/psi phi at CMS Urs Langenegger (ETH Zurich)
    15.00-15.20 Rare B decays at LHCb LHCb-Collaboration
    15.20-15.40 Recent progress on supersymmetric effects in rare K decays Christopher Smith (Bern)
    15.40-16.00 Flavour symmetries and the SUSY soft-breaking sector: EDMs and FCNCs Oscar Vives (Valencia)
    16.00-16.30 coffee break
    16.30-16.50 Unitarity Triangle analysis beyond the Standard Model: general analysis and constraints on specific models Maurizio Pierini (Univ. of Wisconsin)
    16.50-17.10 Searching for new physics using CP conserving and CP violating Bs mixing parameters at Dzero D0 Collaboration
    17.10-17.30 Lifetime Difference and CP Asymmetry in the Bs0 -> J/Psi phi Mode CDF-Collaboration
    17.30-17.50 ATLAS preparations for precise B-decays measurements sensitive to BSM phenomena ATLAS Collaboration
    17.50-18.10 Time-dependent CP asymmetries in Bs decays at LHCb LHCb-Collaboration
    18.10-18.30 Prospects for a high-luminosity Super B Factory David MacFarlane (SLAC)

    Theoretical Models (String Theory and formal Aspects of SUSY)

  • Place: Small Auditorium A and room 3-1
  • Time per contribution: approximately 20min
  • Extensions of the MSSM; minimal supergravity and generalizations; grand unified theories; gauge-, gaugino-, anomaly-mediated supersymmetry breaking; new mediation mechanisms; M theory; D-branes; AdS/CFT; non-perturbative physics; strings and QCD; string phenomenology; string cosmology; supersymmetry breaking; formal aspects of supergravity.

    Yasunori Nomura Ben Lillie
    Arthur Hebecker

    Thursday, 26.07.2007 Up
    14.00-14.20 Dimensional Reduction Applied To Non-SUSY Theories Philipp Kant (KIT)
    14.20-14.40 Lattice Formulation of Two Dimensional Topological Field Theory Tomohisa Takimi (RIKEN)
    14.40-15.00 Graphical Representation of SUSY and Application to QFT Shoichi Ichinose (Shizuoka)
    15.00-15.20 Supersymmetric three dimensional conformal sigma models Etsuko Itou (Kyoto,YITP)
    15.20-15.40 Supersymmetry with Ghosts Dumitru Ghilencea (Oxford)
    16.00-16.30 coffee break
    16.30-16.50 See-saw neutrinos from string theory Michael Ratz (Munich)
    16.50-17.10 Exploring the landscape - statistics of string theory vacua Florian Gmeiner (NIKHEF)
    17.10-17.30 SUSY Multi-Step Unification without Doublet-Triplet Splitting Juergen Reuter (Freiburg)
    17.30-17.50 Gauge coupling unification and Light Exotica in String Theory Akin Wingerter (Ohio State Univ.)
    17.50-18.10 Local SU(5) Unification in 6D from the Heterotic String Christoph Lüdeling (Heidelberg)
    18.10-18.30 GUT-like Superstring Standard Model from the Heterotic String Bumseok Kyae (KIAS)
    Saturday, 28.07.2007 Up
    14.00-14.20 Low energy SUSY from the heterotic string Oleg Lebedev (CERN)
    14.20-14.40 Explaining the Electroweak Scale and Stabilizing Moduli in M theory, and associated Phenomenology Piyush Kumar (Univ. of Michigan)
    14.40-15.00 Flux Stabilization in 6 Dimensions: D-terms and Loop Corrections Michele Trapletti (Heidelberg)
    15.00-15.20 Smooth heterotic compactifications and anomalous U(1)s Gabriele Honecker (CERN)
    15.20-15.40 F-term uplifting via consistent D-terms Oliver Eyton-Williams (Warsaw)
    15.40-16.00 Moduli Stabilization in Heterotic-Inspired Supergravity Alexander Westphal (SISSA)
    16.00-16.30 coffee break
    16.30-16.50 Measuring Fine tuning in Supersymmetry Peter Athron (Glasgow)
    16.50-17.10 Energy Transfer and Kaluza-Klein Mode Decay between Throats Benedict Harling (Heidelberg)
    17.10-17.30 Gauge Messenger Models at the LHC Hyung Do Kim (Seoul)
    17.30-17.50 Confronting Finite Unified Theories with low-energy phenomenology Myriam Mondragon (UNAM)
    17.50-18.10 Radius stabilization in 5D SUGRA models on orbifold Yutaka Sakamura (Osaka)
    18.10-18.30 Bulk-brane supergravity Dmitry Belyaev (DESY)
    Monday, 30.07.2007 Up
    16.30-16.50 Hidden Sector Baryogenesis Jason Kumar (Texas A&M)
    16.50-17.10 Extended Higgs Models and the Transition to Exact Susy Louis Clavelli (Univ. of Alabama)
    17.10-17.30 Cycling in the Throat Ivonne Zavala (Durham)
    17.30-17.50 Very Light Cosmological Scalar Fields from a Tiny Cosmological Constant Xavier Calmet (Bruxelles)
    17.50-18.10 Signals of Supercritical String Theory at the LHC Teruki Kamon (Texas A&M)
    18.10-18.30 Large Gravitational Waves in String-Inflation Axel Krause (Munich)
    Tuesday, 31.07.2007 Up
    14.00-14.20 Local SUSY-breaking minima in N_f=N_c SCQD? Andrey Katz (Technion- Israel Inst. of Technology)
    14.20-14.40 Reheating Metastable O'Raifeartaigh Models Nathaniel Craig (Stanford)
    14.40-15.00 A natural renormalizable model of metastable SUSY breaking Felix Bruemmer (Heidelberg)
    15.00-15.20 O'Raifeartaigh models with spontaneous R-symmetry breaking Luca Ferretti (SISSA/ISAS)
    15.20-15.40 Metastable Dynamical Supersymmetry Breaking near Points of Enhanced Symmetry Rouven Essig (Rutgers Univ.)
    16.00-16.30 coffee break
    16.30-16.50 Effective Action of Domain Wall Networks Norisuke Sakai (Tokyo)
    16.50-17.10 Deformation of Dijkgraaf-Vafa Relation via Spontaneously Broken N=2 Supersymmetry Kazunobu Maruyoshi (Osaka)
    17.10-17.30 Instantons in deformed supersymmetric gauge theories Shin Sasaki (Helsinki)
    17.30-17.50 Higher Derivative Corrections in M-theory via Local Supersymmetry Yoshifumi Hyakutake (Osaka)
    17.50-18.10 Counting BPS Solitons and Applications Kazutoshi Ohta (Tohoku)


  • Place: Small Audutorium B and room 3-1
  • Time per contribution: approximately 20min
  • Strongly-coupled theories; large and warped extra dimensions; universal extra dimensions; little Higgs theories; Higgsless models; non-supersymmetric extensions of the standard model; exotica.

    Greg Landsberg Maxim Perelstein
    Piotr Trazcyk Alex Pomarol

    Thursday, 26.07.2007 Up
    14.00-14.20 Warped/Composite Phenomenology Simplified Roberto Contino (CERN)
    14.20-14.40 A Custodial symmetry for Zb anti-b Leandro Da Rold (Sao Paulo)
    14.40-15.00 Collider signatures of new heavy quarks Anupama Atre (Univ. of Wisconsin)
    15.00-15.20 Warped Gravitons at the LHC and Beyond Hooman Davoudiasl (Brookhaven National Laboratory)
    15.20-15.40 Searching for the Kaluza-Klein Graviton in Bulk RS Models Jared Kaplan (Havard)
    15.40-16.00 The Randall-Sundrum model and high-P_T tops Ben Lillie (Argonne, Chicago)
    16.00-16.30 coffee break
    16.30-16.50 Searches for Extra Dimensions and for Heavy Resonances in Dilepton, Diphoton, Electron + Photon and Electron + Missing ET Final States with the D0 Detector D0 Speaker
    17.10-17.30 New Tests for Sub-Gravitational Forces at Short Distances Jacob Wacker (SLAC)
    17.30-17.50 Sensitivity of the ATLAS Experiment to Extra Dimensions ATLAS Collaboration
    17.50-18.10 Gravitational Fixed Points and Virtual-Graviton Signals at LHC Tilman Plehn (Edinburgh)
    Friday, 27.07.2007 Up
    14.00-14.20 Discovery Potential of ATLAS for Extended Gauge Symmetries ATLAS Collaboration
    14.20-14.40 Little Higgs Model Discrimination at the LHC and ILC Juergen Reuter (University of Freiburg)
    14.40-15.00 LFV in the Littlest Higgs Model with T-Parity: a Clear Distinction from SUSY Bjoern Duling (Munich)
    15.00-15.20 Topological physics of little higgs bosons Hill Richard (Fermilab)
    15.20-15.40 One-loop Radiative Corrections to the rho-Parameter Dong-Won Jung (KIAS)
    15.40-16.00 Physics of the pseudo-Goldstone higgs from five dimensions Adam Falkowski (CERN)
    16.00-16.30 coffee break
    16.30-16.50 Is the Higgs boson elementary or composite? Vyacheslav Rychkov (Scuola Normale Superiore)
    16.50-17.10 The S-parameter in Holographic Technicolor Models Matthew Reece (Cornell Univ.)
    17.10-17.30 Minimal Walking Technicolor for Colliders Mads Toudal Frandsen (Univ. of Kopenhagen)
    17.30-17.50 Collider Phenomenology of Higgsless models Alexander Belyaev (Southampton)
    17.50-18.10 Electroweak Symmetry Breaking without Higgs Bosons at ATLAS ATLAS Collaboration
    18.10-18.30 Black Holes and ADD gravitons at CMS CMS Collaboration
    Monday, 30.07.2007 Up
    14.00-14.20 Hidden Valley Phenomenology Kathryn Zurek (Univ. of Wisconsin)
    14.20-14.40 Search new physics in top quark events with the D0 Detector D0 Collaboration
    14.40-15.00 Searches for Leptoquark production in $p\bar{p}$ collisions at the D0 experiment D0 Collaboration
    15.00-15.20 A Minimal Renormalizable Grand Unified Theory Pavel Fileviez Perez (CFTP)
    15.20-15.40 Sleuth@CDF: A quasi-model-independent search for new electroweak scale physics Georgios Choudalakis (MIT)
    15.40-16.00 Vista@CDF: Results of a Model-Independent Search for New Physics in 1fb-1 at CDF Conor Henderson (MIT)
    Tuesday, 31.07.2007 Up
    14.00-14.20 Renormalizable 1/N Expansion for Field Theories in Extra Dimensions Grigory Vartanov (Joint Inst. for Nuclear Research)
    14.20-14.40 Dynamical breakdown of Abelian gauge chiral symmetry by strong Yukawa interactions Petr Benes (Prague)
    14.40-15.00 Hidden fermion as milli-charged Dark Matter in Stueckelberg Z' model Tzu-Chiang Yuan (National Tsing Hua University)
    15.00-15.20 Novel signals in unparticle physics Kingman Cheung (Natl Tsing Hua Univ)
    15.20-15.40 Noncommutative Higgs and/or Dark Matter Sectors Xavier Calmet (Université Libre de Bruxelles)
    15.40-16.00 Conformal Symmetry and the Standard Model Krzysztof Meissner (Warsaw)
    16.00-16.30 coffee break
    16.30-16.50 A New Extension of the Standard Model Satyanarayan Nandi (Oklahoma State Univ.)
    16.50-17.10 Supersymmetry breaking by constant boundary superpotentials in warped space Nobuhiro Uekusa (Helsinki)
    17.10-17.30 Exotic Isosinglet Quarks and Squarks at the LHC Brent Nelson (Northeastern Univ.)
    17.30-17.50 MPP inspired Two-Higgs Doublet Model Roman Nevzorov (Glasgow)
    17.50-18.10 Contact Interactions at the LHC CMS Collaboration
    18.10-18.30 Trigger Strategy for Alternative signatures at the LHC CMS Collaboration