Northwest Terascale Research Projects
University of Oregon
10 - 12 March 2014
The Northwest Terascale projects is a series of small informal
workshops funded by the U.S. Department of Energy and hosted by the
particle theory and experimental groups at the Universities of
Washington and Oregon. These are intended to be working meetings for
interested experts, with a minimal number of formal talks, and most of
the time spent on discussion and collaborative work towards improving
the prospects for physics discoveries at the LHC.
This workshop will take place at the University of Oregon in Eugene
over the three full days Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, 10 - 12 March,
with Sunday and Thursday as travel days. Participants are invited to
also spend Thursday and Friday with us for informal discussions and
The workshop will begin on Monday 10 March at 9:00 am. Please
come to the Institute of Theoretical Science on the fourth floor of
Willamette Hall. See Practical information below.
This meeting is being organized by Spencer Chang, Graham Kribs, Stephanie Majewski, and Dave Soper.
Other workshops in this series include
Using jet substructure (UO, 23-26 April 2013).
The 126 GeV Higgs candidate vs. BSM (UW, 22-25 January 2013).
- Interpreting emerging Higgs data (UO, 4-6 April 2012)
New physics from heavy quarks in hadron colliders (UW, 6-12 February 2012).
Higgs @ Tevatron and LHC (UW, 26 - 30 April 2011).
Emerging opportunities for the International Linear Collider (UO, 16 - 19 March 2011)
Modeling the underlying event and minimum bias events (UO, 1 - 11 March 2011)
Using jet substructure to find new physics at the LHC (UO, 31 January - 4 February 2011)
The terascale at LHC 0.5 and Tevatron (UW, 7-11 June 2010)
Jets and jet substructure at the LHC (UW, 11-15 January 2010)
W + b quark physics at the LHC (UO, 14 - 16 September 2009)
Unusual dark matter: theory, experiment, and the LHC (UO, 6 - 10 July 2009)
Signatures of long-lived exotic particles at the LHC (UW, 4 - 8 May)
- Parton showers and
event structure (UO, 23 - 27 February 2009)
Determining the properties of the Higgs at the LHC (UW, 12 - 16 January, 2009)
Last updated 7 January 2014
Davison E. Soper
Institute of Theoretical Science
University of Oregon
Eugene OR 97403 USA