Nov. 20-21, 2009
University of California Davis
Abstract: As the LHC ramps up, the Tevatron will have high-precision data on the top quark with sensitivity to new physics at the TeV scale. With the LHC ramping up, this workshop will assess whether there are opportunities for top-related physics at the Tevatron that have not been utilized. Main topics: top-related new physics searches at the Tevatron; the possible anomaly in the top forward-backward asymmetry; and boosted top/jet substructure at the Tevatron. The workshop will have approximately equal number of theorists and experimentalists, and the format is informal with lots of time for discussion.