Welcome to the website of the
LHC-D working group on SUSY and BSM Physics
This working group is part of an initiative of the
Elementarteilchenphysik (KET), which includes five physics topics:
The purpose of the working group is to provide a platform for
communication and collaboration among theorists and experimentalists
who are interested in SUSY and BSM physics at the Large Hadron
Collider. The working group is particularly aimed at young scientists
within the German/Swiss/Austrian physics community.
The first meeting of the SUSY/BSM group was held in Aachen on March
7-8, 2006 (program
for some photographs of the first meeting.
The second meeting of the SUSY/BSM
group will be held in Bonn on February 22-23, 2007.
Please register until 12. 2. 2007 by email to Herbi Dreiner (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Rooms can be booked through Frau Zündorf (email@example.com) until 15.1.2007.
We have organised three topical working groups to foster discussions and collaborations on specific issues:
If you are interested in participating in one of the topical working
groups, please contact the respective conveners listed above.
- SUSY/BSM parameter determination and benchmarks
(conveners K. Desch and
- SUSY/BSM tools
(conveners W. de Boer and
- differences between the hadronic background for SUSY/BSM from the major generators
(Pythia, Herwig, Sherpa,...)
- particular problems in specific studies discovered sofar (which generators for which background in
which process are bad, incomplete, excellent,...)
- strategies for relating new signals with SUSY parameter space and other BSM physics.
- Model independent searches
(conveners P. Biallass and
There is also a LHC-D Wiki
page where we try to keep a record of required and available theoretical
tools for the LHC.
If you want to be informed about events related to the SUSY/BSM
working group please join the mailing list
or send email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Working group organisation:
last update: November 2006, by MK
(web design shamelessly copied from Robert Harlander's LHC-D Higgs page)