SUSY 2015 > Organizers and committees

International Advisory Committee

  • Ignatios Antoniadis (CERN)
  • Wim de Boer (Karlsruhe)
  • Marcela Carena (Fermilab and Chicago)
  • Mirjam Cvetic (Pennsylvania)
  • Athanasios Dedes (Ioannina)
  • Keith Dienes (Arizona)
  • Herbi Dreiner (Bonn)
  • John Ellis (King's College and CERN)
  • Jonathan L. Feng (UC Irvine)
  • Gian F. Giudice (CERN)
  • Kaoru Hagiwara (KEK)
  • Tao Han (Pittsburgh)
  • Gordon L. Kane (Michigan)
  • Dmitri Kazakov (Dubna)
  • Pyungwon Ko (KIAS)
  • Paul G. Langacker (IAS)
  • Joseph D. Lykken (Fermilab)
  • Rabindra N. Mohapatra (Maryland)
  • Pran Nath (Northeastern)
  • Apostolos Pilaftsis (Manchester)
  • Fernando Quevedo (ICTP, Trieste)
  • Graham G. Ross (Oxford)

Local Organizers

  • Andy Albrecht
  • Steve Carlip
  • Max Chertok
  • Hsin-Chia Cheng
  • John Conway
  • Robin Erbacher
  • Jack Gunion (chair)
  • Howard Haber
  • Nemanja Kaloper
  • Markus Luty
  • Mike Mulhearn
  • Emilija Pantic
  • Ennio Salvioni
  • Bob Svoboda
  • John Terning
  • Mani Tripathi
  • Yuhsin Tsai
  • Tony Tyson

Sessions and Organizers

  • Higgs Theory and Experiment
    • Theory: Carlos Wagner, Sven Heinemeyer, Christophe Grojean
    • Experiment: Stephen Sekula, Henning Flaecher
  • Supersymmetry Phenomenology and Experiment
    • Phenomenology: Sabine Kraml, Howie Baer
    • Experiment: Giacomo Polesello, Harrison Prosper
  • SUSY/String Models
    • Stuart Raby, Sven Krippendorf
  • Fundamental and String Theory
    • Leonardo Rastelli, Gary Shiu
  • Particle Cosmology Theory and Experiment
    • Theory: Spencer Chang, Tim Linden, Albion Lawrence
    • Experiment: Daniel McKinsey, Chamkaur Ghag, Jocelyn Monroe
  • Flavor Violation Theory and Experiment
    • Theory: Yuval Grossman, Gilad Perez, K.S. Babu
    • Experiment: Dave Hitlin, Frederic Teubert, Alessandro Cerri
  • Alternative Theories
    • Theory: Csaba Csaki, Kaustubh Agashe, Hye-Sung Lee,
    • Experiment: Freya Bleckman, Ben Brau
  • Precision Computations and Monte Carlo Tools, all areas
    • Conveners for all sessions

    General Note: Supersymmetry theory has been divided up into several sessions. The phenomenology part of "Phenomenology and Experiment" is designed to focus on less formal aspects, including signatures, while "SUSY and String Models" is designed for model building ideas and structures and "Fundamental and String Theory" is designed for areas where the ideas of Strings, CFT, Ads/CFT, entanglement, etc. overlap. Talks on scattering amplitudes, e.g. amplituhedron and related, will probably most naturally fall into this latter session if formal in nature or into "Phenomenology ..." or even "Precision ..." if practical in nature. In general, talks focusing on higher order calculations/precision and on Monte Carlo Tools in any of the areas should be directed to the "Precision .... MC Tools" session. Obviously, the boundaries are not well defined between these different emphases. Individuals submitting abstracts are asked to do their best to choose the most appropriate session.