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PI-ATLAS LHC Day 2010

Conference Date: 
Mardi, Décembre 7, 2010 (All day)
Scientific Areas: 
Particle Physics

 

The Large Hadron Collider (LHC), the world's most powerful particle accelerator, promises to unveil a new spectrum of particles and unravel the mystery of electroweak symmetry breaking. PI-ATLAS LHC Days are an ongoing series of meetings between researchers working on LHC-related physics in southwestern Ontario. The goal of these meetings is to share new ideas and encourage interaction in our common fields of interest through a series of informal talks followed by discussions. This meeting will gather experimental and theoretical particle physicists focused on early new physics opportunities during the first run of the LHC.

 

 

Ossama AbouZeid, University of Toronto

Brian Batell, Perimeter Institute

Allan Bayntun, McMaster University

Cliff Burgess, Perimeter Institute/McMaster University

Man Yin Cheung, University of Toronto

James Cline, McGill University

Sing Leung Cheung, University of Toronto

Pier-Olivier DeViveiros, University of Toronto

Saminder Dhaliwal, University of Toronto

Ross Diener, Perimeter Institute

John Dixon

Trisha Farooque, University of Toronto

Baharak Fatholahzadeh, University of Toronto

Simon Michal Freedman, University of Toronto

Catalina Gomez Sanchez, University of Toronto

Bin Guo, University of Toronto

Bob Holdom, University of Toronto

Michael Lennek, McMaster University

Jeremy Levick, University of Guelph

Justin Keung, University of Toronto

Michael Luke, University of Toronto

John Moffat, Perimeter Institute

Nishan Mudalige, University of Guelph

Gabriel Palacino, York University

Josef Pradler, Perimeter Institute

Veronica Sanz, York University

Hiromitsu Sato, York University

Pierre Savard, University of Toronto/TRIUMF

Philip Schuster, Perimeter Institute 

Yanwen Shang, Perimeter Institute

Pekka Sinervo, University of Toronto

Teresa Spreitzer, University of Toronto

Dominique Tardif, University of Toronto

Natalia Toro, Perimeter Institute

William Trischuk, University of Toronto

Michael Trott, Perimeter Institute

Leo van Nierop, McMaster University

Matthew Williams, McMaster University