May 27 – 30, 2023
U Chicago
America/Chicago timezone

An enormous variety of experimental measurements are described by the Standard Model of particle physics. Even so, the theory is unable to explain dark matter, the excess of matter over antimatter, the masses and mixings of the neutrinos, and the enormous hierarchy between the characteristic masses of the weak and gravitational forces. Throughout their careers, Marcela Carena and Carlos Wagner have made crucial contributions to addressing these puzzles. This workshop will bring together experts from across the world to pursue new ideas in physics beyond the Standard Model and to recognize the work of Carlos and Marcela.

U Chicago
Eckhart Research Center 161
5640 S Ellis Ave Chicago, IL 60637
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The symposium will take place at the University of Chicago campus on Sunday and Monday, and at Fermilab on Tuesday. Busses will be arranged to transport people between the Chicago and the Fermilab sites.


Registration to open soon!