Exploring New Phenomena
October 16, 2006
FERMILAB

Goals

In light of the recent results from the Tevatron with the first 1 fb-1 of data, we want to explore ways to further improve the chances of observing new phenomena with the full Run 2 Tevatron dataset. We will examine the impact of Tevatron's current results and options to improve the analyses and maximize the discovery potential of CDF and DZero. We want to discuss recent theoretical developments and their impacts on the Tevatron's search strategies for the multi-inverse femtobarn datasets.

This is an open workshop - anyone can attend, there is no registration fee.
Ad-hoc video conference will be set up, use number 85-TEVNP

For more information, contact organizers


Program
Talks are about half an hour long and should leave significant time for discussions

Race Track conference room in Wilson Hall
Session A (9.00 am to 10.45 am)
Jane Nachtman New Phenomena Searches at CDF
Gordy Kane (Michigan) Beyond the Standard Model at the Tevatron?
Jay Hubisz (FNAL) Constraining Little Higgs Models at the Tevatron
coffee break and discussion
Session B (11.15 am to 1.00 pm)
JoAnne Hewett (Stanford) Extra Dimensions with many inverse femptobarns
Andy Haas (Columbia) New Phenomena Searches at DZero
Tim Tait (Argonne) Single Top Production as a Window to Physics Beyond the Standard Model
lunch and discussion
Matt Strassler (Washington) hidden valley

 


Experimental Information

A Selection of Recent Papers and Pre-prints