Starts 19 Sep 2011
Ends 23 Sep 2011
Central European Time
Trieste - Italy
Leonardo da Vinci Building Main Lecture Hall
This year, the CERN Large Hadron Collider has performed exceptionally, delivering the world's highest energy proton-proton collisions at a record breaking luminosity. By the time of this conference, up to one inverse femtobarn of p-p collision data at 7 TeV is expected to be delivered to the ATLAS and CMS experiments. This conference will provide an overview of all the results on Beyond the Standard Model physics obtained by the LHC experiments. Experimentalists and theorists will discuss these results and develop their interpretation in a broader phenomenological context. In addition to the plenary talks, there will be dedicated sessions for younger physicists, both members of LHC data analysis teams and theorists, to present results.

Organizers

B. Acharya (ICTP), F. Quevedo (ICTP), M. Spiropulu (CERN/Caltech)