14-16 December, Helsinki, Finland
The aim of the Forum is to bring together Higgs physics experts representing its different facets: phenomenology, cosmology and experiment, and create a productive atmosphere for exchange of ideas across the fields.
The Forum is also expected to engage local students and staff providing them with the state of the art in Higgs physics. The format of the meeting assumes plenary talks only as well as a young scientist forum.
Invited speakers include:
Stefano Moretti (Southampton)
Marieke Postma (NIKHEF)
Sven-Olaf Moch (Hamburg)
Martti Raidal (Tallinn)
Gustavo Branco (Lisbon)
Miha Nemevšek (Ljubljana)
Arttu Rajantie (IC London)
Maria Krawczyk (Warsaw)
Graham Ross (Oxford)
Kimmo Kainulainen (Jyväskylä)
Valya Khoze (Durham)
Zygmunt Lalak (Warsaw)
Bernd Kniehl (Hamburg)
Per Osland (Bergen)
José Espinosa (Barcelona)
The Forum will take place in Physicum building, Kumpula campus of the University of Helsinki.
Two lecture halls, E204 and E207, will be used.
Transportation information can be found at this link.
On Wednesday, December 14th, there will be an evening reception at the University main building starting at 18:30.
Room: Lehtisali. Address: Unioninkatu 34, Helsinki.
The main accommodation facility for the participants is Töölö Towers
To book, please send a request to Taina Harden email@example.com
Eduroam and HUPnet are available. Töölö Towers residents receive HUPnet login information at the check-in.
Oleg Lebedev (chair), Katri Huitu (vice chair), Paula Eerola, Kari Enqvist