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3-5 November 2014
Wilson Hall
US/Central timezone

REGISTRATION:  https://indico.fnal.gov/confRegistrationFormDisplay.py/display?confId=8672

Travel fund support: For participants from URA member institutions, some funds are available for travel support. Deadline for application - Oct 20, 2014. please apply using the link: http://www.surveygizmo.com/s3/1833444/LPC-BSM-Higgs-Workshop-LPC2014
(funds will be disbursed on a first-come first-served basis).

Workshop Website: https://indico.fnal.gov/conferenceDisplay.py?ovw=True&confId=8672



Wilson Hall
1 West
The SM leaves open many questions, implying the existence of new physics at the TeV scale. The Higgs sector, being particularly sensitive to new physics, provides an excellent probe of BSM effects. Potential signatures of new physics in the Higgs sector are wide ranging. Some models alter the Higgs couplings or properties (spin, parity, width, etc). Other models introduce new couplings, leading to exotic production or decay modes. Yet other models predict extended Higgs sectors with additional Higgs bosons. The aim of the workshop is to bring together the experimental and theoretical communities to discuss these topics, and develop new strategies to exploit the Higgs sector as a probe of new physics during Run II of the LHC. The present experimental status will be summarized, but emphasis will be given to ideas for future measurements, searches, and theoretical directions.