July 7-10 2009
The topics covered by the workshop will be centered on the recent progress in the study of strongly-coupled dynamics by using large-N methods, with emphasis on the phenomenological perspective, but also on the formal development of analytical and numerical techniques.
We aim at bringing together a medium-size body of people from the three communities of phenomenologist, formal theorists and lattice theorist to discuss and compare results and ideas, in particular related to the possible signals of strongly coupled new physics at the LHC.
Speakers include: Thomas Appelquist (Yale), Barak Bringoltz (Seattle), Aleksey Cherman (Maryland), Thomas Cohen (Maryland), Luigi Del Debbio (Edinburgh), Massimo D'Elia (Genova), Nick Evans (Southampton), Walter Goldberger (Yale), Carlos Hoyos (Seattle), Dan Israel (IAP, Paris), Francesco Nitti (Paris), Carlos Nunez (Swansea), Alex Pomarol (Barcelona), Francesco Sannino (Odense), Marco Serone (SISSA), Mikhail Shifman (Minnesota), Michael Teper (Oxford), Mithat Unsal (SLAC), Ettore Vicari (Pisa), Lawrence Yaffe (Seattle), Ho-Ung Yee (Trieste).
Please note that participation is by invitation only.