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Over three days, we will provide a forum to enable future advances in both theoretical and experimental particle physics in understanding what lies beyond the Standard Model. The meeting will focus on model building, the baryon asymmetry of the Universe, dark matter, neutrinos, and cosmology/astroparticle physics.

Due to the global COVID pandemic, this schedule is tentative. Final decision will be made in early 2021. 

 

This workshop is dedicated to Ann Nelson, who was a pioneer in many areas of theoretical particle physics and who steered the particle physics community in novel directions throughout her career.

 

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Seattle
University of Washington, Department of Physics