Friday, September 27, 2013

Conference about the inmeditate future of particle physics afther the Higgs discovering

As you can have read in the Peter Woit blog this week there was a meeting in Madrid, in the institute of theorethical physics, auspiced by the CSIC (consejo superior de investigaciones científicas, close to the UAM , autonomous university of Madrid) with the title " Why mH= 126 GeV? .

 The conferences have been recorded in video and are available online (including the slides). This morning is having place the last set of talks. IT begins at 10 00 so if you live somewhere in the UE maybe you still can get a plane and arrive to the dinner after the last talk, or, if you live in Madrid you can get the next train or bus to Cantoblanco and probably you could arrive to most of the talks.

 I find the topics pretty interesting from a phenomenology viewpoint because some clues on where to be reasonable to watch for new physics. I'll try to post some review of the most interesting ideas exposed if I find time for it.


Nemo said...

Thanks for pointing this out, as I do not read troll blogs ... ;-)


Javier said...

Not at all, I know it is a hard work but someone must do it ;).

B.T.W. some of the talks are pretty interesting, I'll try to make some post about it soon.

Nemo said...

You are very brave to wade through all the s...tuff on that web page ... :-D

Looking forward to additional posts.

BTW some people are working towards setting up a new higher-level physics Q&A site outside the Stack Exchange network, as the existing Physics site is since last December definitively no longer an appropriate place for people who want to seriously do and learn about physics at an advanced technical level ...

If this does not interest you or looks too dilettante you can just delete this comment...