Northwest Terascale Research Projects
New Physics from Heavy Quarks in Hadron
University of Washington
6-10 February 2012
The Northwest Terascale projects is a series of small informal
workshops being jointly hosted by the particle theory and
experimental groups at the Universities of Washington and Oregon.
These are intended to be working meetings for interested experts,
with a minimal number of formal talks, and most of the time spent on
discussion and collaborative work towards improving the prospects for
physics discoveries at the LHC.
This workshop will take place February 6-10, 2012. The focus of
the workshop is on searches for physics beyond the standard model
using mesons containing heavy quarks.
Previous workshops in this series have been
@ Tevatron and LHC (UW, 26 - 30 April 2011).
opportunities for the International Linear Collider (UO, 16 - 19
the underlying event and minimum bias events (UO, 1 - 11 March 2011)
jet substructure to find new physics at the LHC (UO, 31 January - 4
terascale at LHC 0.5 and Tevatron (UW, 7-11 June 2010)
and jet substructure at the LHC (UW, 11-15 January 2010)
+ b quark physics at the LHC (UO, 14 - 16 September 2009)
dark matter: theory, experiment, and the LHC (UO, 6 - 10 July 2009)
of long-lived exotic particles at the LHC (UW, 4 - 8 May)
showers and event structure (UO, 23 - 27 February 2009)
the properties of the Higgs at the LHC (UW, 12 - 16 January, 2009)
Last updated January 7, 2012
thank US Department of Energy for the support of the workshop.