UPDATE (March 2022): The website for the new event can be found here.
UPDATE (January 2022): The workshop is being re-scheduled for October 3-28, 2022.
UPDATE (June 2021): The workshop is being provisionally re-scheduled for April or May 2022.
UPDATE (21 July 2020): The program is being provisonally rescheduled for April 2021.
UPDATE (17 March 2020): Given the COVID-19 situation, the program is postponed. All participants will receive further information shortly. The new dates for the program will be announced here in due time.
We aim to bring together experts in particle physics and cosmology working on BSM physics. We plan to discuss all aspects of BSM physics and cosmology, including in particular the hierarchy problem and electroweak symmetry breaking, gravitational waves, dark matter, inflation and reheating, the cosmological constant and axions.
Goals for the program are:
1. Achieving a better understanding of how cosmology can inform research on BSM.
2. The establishment of new collaborations among key experts on BSM and cosmology.
3. Determining which probes of BSM physics are most promising for the next couple of decades.
We will schedule a single talk per day (in the mornings) plus an afternoon informal coffee, leaving plenty of time for discussions. All participants will be given office space.
Organizers: Guillermo Ballesteros (UAM and IFT UAM-CSIC), Csaba Csáki (Cornell), Javi Serra (TUM) and Géraldine Servant (DESY and U. Hamburg).