This workshop will explore the impact of QCD effects on the choice of future high-energy accelerators, where to pursue effective studies of the BEH (Brout-Englert-Higgs) boson in view of ascertaining its true nature. We shall discuss the implications of the fact that its hadronic signatures are indeed the least accessible ones at present and examine possible origins of the BEH boson from physics Beyond the Standard Model.
The workshop will include presentations from leading participants in studies of future projects, both Linear and Circular colliders, including Cosmic Ray projects as well. Comparison with LHC results from the coming run at 13 TeV and the future high luminosity option will highlight the new frontiers to explore.

Dates: from 07 September 2015 14:30 to 11 September 2015 13:00
Timezone: Europe/Rome
Location: ECT*
Strada delle Tabarelle, 286 | I-38123 Villazzano TRENTO (TN) 
Room: Conference Room
Chairs: Corcella, Gennaro
Pancheri, Giulia
Moretti, Stefano
Richard, Francois
De Curtis, Stefania
Material: Bulletin
List of participants