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Focus week : Facing LHC data

Dates: Dec 17 to 21, 2007
Contact: Mihoko M. Nojiri (nojiri _at_
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The meeting aims to discuss the issues related to the discovery of the
new physics signature at LHC, ideas to measure the parameters,
experimental and theoretical reality that should be overcome by the
start of the experiments. Following researchers are agreed to come.
Teruki Kamon (Texas A&M)
Tomasso Lari (Milan)
Patrick Meade (Harvard)
Tilman Plhen (Edinburgh)
Giacomo Polesello (Pavia)
Maxim Perelstein (Cornell)
Steffen Schumann (Edinburgh)
Jay Wacker (SLAC)
C.-P. Yuan (Michigan State)
The format of the meeting is as follows. We have long seminars
by the invited speakers in the morning of Dec 17, 19, 20.
Afternoon of 17,19,20, and throughout 21th are reserved for discussions.
On the other hand, Dec 18th is "the workshop day", with many talks throughout the day.
We call for participants to the focus week. If you are interested,
please send e-mail to Mihoko Nojiri ( to attend
morning talks and workshop on 18th,so that we can arrange the
meeting room of appropriate size.
We have a limited capacity (<25 person.) for the "office space"
in the afternoon discussion, so please tell us as soon as possible
if you are interested to attend the afternoon discussions.
If number of requests goes over our capacity,
we may choose the applicants who are working on the subject
directly related to LHC physics. We are sorry in advance if we
cannot accommodate you in the afternoon.
Location of the meeting: The 6th floor of Research Center
Kashiwa Campus of Tokyo University.
**The building is connected to ICRR building**
Access from Narita airport to ICRR maybe found in
Organizer Hitoshi Murayama, Mihoko Nojiri
6th floor, big-lecture room.
General Research building,
Kashiwa-Campus, Tokyo University
Dec 17th
Tomasso Lari 9:05-10:05 SUSY inclusive search and background
Giacomo Polesello 10:05-11:05 SUSY exclusive analysis
Teruki Kamon 11:20-12:00 Cosmological Connection at the LHC -Stau-Neutralino Coannihilation Case
Dec 18th
Hitoshi Murayama 9:00 - 9:05 Openinig address
Maxim Perelstein 9:05 -10:05 Golden SUSY, Boiling Plasma, and Big Colliders
Seong Chan Park
(Seouol National)
10:05-10:30 Black hole production at the LHC: on and off the brane
Hitoshi Murayama
(LBL and IPMU)
11:00-11:25 Discriminating spin through quantum interference
Yukinari Sumino
11:25-11:50 Production of ttbar close to threshold
Shou-hua Zhu(Peking) 11:50-12:15 The guiding stars for physics beyond the standard model:
Higgs boson and dark matter
Steffen Schumann 13:15-14:15 Simulation of jet physics at hadron colliders
Michihisa Takeuchi
(Kyoto &KEK)
14:15-14:40 Top partner in Little Higgs model with T parity
Yeong Gyun Kim (KAIST) 14:40-15:05 Measuring superparticle masses with transverse mass kink
Kentarou Mawatari( KIAS) 15:05-15:30 Azimuthal angle correlation in vector boson fusion
process at haadron colliders
Shogo Okada (Kobe) 16:00-16:25 Discovery of
Supersymmetry with Degenerated mass spectra
Yasuhiro Shimizu (KEK) 16:25-16:50 Probing SUSY with degenerate mass spectrum from jet analysis
Qiang Li (Karlsruhe) 16:50-17:15 Gravition production with 2 jets at the LHC in large extra dimensions
Koichi Hamaguchi(Tokyo) 17:15-17:40 Determination of the Mass of an Ultralight Gravitino at LHC
Dec. 20th
Jay Wacker 9:30-10:30 Opening up jets and missing energy searches
Patrick Meade 10:45-11:45 Quantum Gravity at the LHC
Dec 21st