The Northwest Terascale projects is a series of small informal workshops being jointly 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 four full days Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, 23 - 26 April, with Monday and Saturday as travel days. Participants are invited to also spend Monday with us for informal discussions and collaboration.
The workshop will begin on Tuesday 23 April 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 Steve Ellis of UW and Dave Soper of UO. It is a followup to the Northwest Terascale workshops Jets and jet substructure at the LHC held in January 2010 at the University of Washington and Using jet substructure to find new physics at the LHC held in February 2011 at the University of Oregon. Its aim is to understand the use of jet substructure as a search tool (see Description of topics below.)
Other workshops in this series include
Last updated 19 April 2013
Davison E. Soper