Standard Model extensions with a new strongly coupled sector can provide a solution to the hierarchy problem (Composite Higgs Models, Technicolor, etc.) with novel Higgs and TeV scale phenomenology which can be searched for at particle colliders, and a modified electroweak phase transition with possible implications for cosmology. Alternatively (or in addition), strongly coupled sectors can provide interesting new candidates and phenomenology for Dark Matter.
The focus meeting on composite dynamics & phenomenology aims to bring together experts from theory and model-building, from phenomenology and computational tool development, from particle physics, dark matter, and cosmology, in order to discuss existing and new avenues to build, study, and test composite models.
We provide a productive, informal setting to discuss the status and developments in the field, and to form new collaborations amongst the participants, with special focus on collaborations between members of different communities, as well as between Korean and international researchers.
- Stephanie Beauceron (IP2I Lyon & CMS)
- Giacomo Cacciapaglia (IP2I Lyon)
- Cheng-Wei Chiang (NTU)
- Benjamin Fuks (LPTHE, Univ. Sorbonne)
- Deog-Ki Hong (PNU)
- Seung Joon Lee (Korea Univeristy)
- Ian Lewis (Kansas University)
- Seodong Shin (Yonsei University)
- K. Sridhar (Krea University)
- ...and more
IBS CTPU, Daejeon, Republic of Korea (location)