1st workshop: MARCH 20-21, 2006 (FERMILAB)
This mini-workshop aims to gather together theorists and experimentalists interested in developing and using Monte Carlo tools for Beyond the Standard Model Physics in an attempt to be prepared for the analysis of data focusing on the Large Hadron Collider. Since a large number of excellent tools already exist for the study of low energy supersymmetry and the MSSM in particular, this workshop will instead focus on tools for alternative TeV-scale physics models. The main goals of the workshop are:
- To survey what is available. To provide feedback on user experiences with Monte Carlo tools for BSM.
- To identify promising models (or processes) for which the tools have not yet been constructed and start filling up these gaps.
- To propose ways to streamline the process of going from models to events, i.e. to make the process more user-friendly so that more people can get involved and perform serious collider studies outside of the MSSM.
We envision a small but intensive workshop with a small number of talks and ample time for discussions between model builders, Monte Carlo experts, and experimentalists interested in exotics searches at the Tevatron and the LHC.
View full programme and list of participants.
A summary of the discussion sessions is now available.
Recorded Video Lectures on Monte Carlo Generators for the LHC.
Registration is now closed.
There is no registration fee
Organizing committee: Marcela Carena, Mu Chun Chen, Bogdan Dobrescu, Chris Hill, Jay Hubisz, Joe Lykken, Konstantin Matchev, Stephen Mrenna, Maxim Perelstein, Jose Santiago, Peter Skands.
This workshop is sponsored by Fermilab
To contact the organizing committee send an e-mail to: mc4bsm.AT.phys.ufl.edu