Dec 17 – 19, 2014
LNF, Alte Energie
Europe/Rome timezone
Aim of the workshop:
We are all aware that the so-longed discovery of some kind of physics beyond the standard model that could be responsible for stabilizing the electroweak scale has so far escaped all experimental efforts (LHC Run 1, B-factories, EDM searches, etc.). As we know, the expectation that new physics should show up around the electroweak scale has been mainly motivated by naturalness arguments. Therefore, while all our community is eagerly awaiting the results of LHC Run 2, we believe that an unbiased scientific attitude should also reconsider issues related to the naturalness paradigm.
During this 3-day workshop, we plan to have only three or four talks each day, and plenty of time to discuss and reanalyze jointly issues like: the naturalness paradigm, its predictivity, its survival chances, possible alternatives and time scales for crucial tests.

Confirmed Speakers:

Alberto Casas                (IFT-UAM/CSIC, Madrid)
André de Gouvêa             (Northwestern U., USA)
Jose Ramon Espinosa     (IFAE & ICREA, Barcelona)
Manfred Lindner              (Heidelberg, Max Planck Institute)
Duccio Pappadopulo       (California U., Berkeley, USA)
Martti Raidal
                  (Tartu U.  &   NICPB, Tallinn)
Francesco Sannino         (Danish IAS, U. Southern Denmark)
Mikhail Shaposhnikov    (ITPP, Lausanne)
Alessandro Strumia        (Pisa U.  & NICPB, Tallinn)    

LNF, Alte Energie
Aula Seminari
Secretariat: Maddalena Legramante tel. 0039 06 94032791 fax 0039 06 94032900

On December 17, 18 and 19, access to LNF will be granted to registered participants also from the HE Building gate close to Tor Vergata train station, with the following schedule:
                     From 9:15 am to 10:45am and from 4:00pm to 5:00pm.