SUSY Theory and Models
SUSY and Unification
SUSY Phenomenology
Experimental Results
Collider Phenomenology
String Phenomenology
Alternative Theories
Higgs Physics
Dark Matter
Inflation and Cosmology
Neutrino and Flavour Physics

The detailed agenda can be found here.

A public lecture will be given by 2010 Nobel Laureate Konstantin Novoselov (University of Manchester).


Plenary Session Timetable:

 Monday 21 July


9:00-10:10 - Chair: Pran Nath


Apostolos Pilaftsis (University of Manchester)


Phenomenology of Dirac Gaugino Models
Graham Kribs (University of Oregon, USA)


10:45-12:30 - Chair: Ignatios Antoniadis


PLANCK Results for the CMB
Paul Shellard (University of Cambridge, United Kingdom)


Experimental Overview on Dark Matter
Henrique M. Araujo (Imperial College London, United Kingdom)


Conformal and Scale Invariance in Four Dimensions
Zohar Komargodski (Weizmann Institute, Israel)

 Tuesday 22 July


9:00-10:10 - Chair: Bohdan Grzadkowski


Higgs Results from ATLAS
Stephen Sekula (Southern Methodist University, USA)


Higgs Results from CMS
Alexander Nikitenko (Imperial College London, United Kingdom)


10:45-12:30 - Chair: Stephen King


Implications of the Higgs Discovery for SUSY and Beyond
Marcela Carena (Fermilab, USA)


Theoretical Advances in Dark Matter
Maxim Pospelov (University of Victoria, Canada)


String and SUGRA Models with Strong Moduli Stabilization
Emilian Dudas (CPhT-Ecole Polytechnique, France)

 Wednesday 23 July


9:00-10:10 - Chair: Rohini Godbole


CMS Searches for Supersymmetric Particles at the LHC
Henning Flaecher (University of Bristol, United Kingdom)


ATLAS Searches for Supersymmetric Particles at the LHC
Monica D'Onofrio (University of Liverpool, United Kingdom)


10:45-12:30 - Chair: Rabindra Mohapatra


Phenomenology of Supersymmetric Particles at High-Energy Colliders
Sabine Kraml (LPSC Grenoble, France)


Higgs Physics in the SM and the MSSM
Sven Heinemeyer (Cantabria Institute of Physics, Spain)


Scattering Amplitudes
Zvi Bern (University of California, Los Angeles, USA)

 Thursday 24 July


9:00-10:10 - Chair: Andrzej Buras


ATLAS Searches for no-SUSY Exotics at the LHC
Vasiliki Mitsou (University of Valencia, Spain)


CMS Searches for no-SUSY Exotics at the LHC
Sadia Khalil (Kansas State University, USA)


10:45-12:30 - Chair: Alexei Y. Smirnov


Scale-Invariant Extensions of the Standard Model
Raymond R. Volkas (University of Melbourne, Australia)


Models of Leptogenesis
Thomas Hambye (University of Brussels, Belgium)


From IR to UV
Nima Arkani-Hamed (Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, New Jersey, USA)

 Friday 25 July


9:00-10:10 - Chair: Francesca Borzumati


LHCb Results and their Impact on SUSY and New Physics
Marc-Olivier Bettler (University of Cambridge, United Kingdom)


Quark Flavour Violation: SM and Beyond
Andrzej J. Buras (Technical University of Munich, Germany)


10:45-12:30 - Chair: Marcela Carena


Alexei Y. Smirnov (MPI Heidelberg, Germany)


Testing Models of Neutrinos at the LHC
Rabindra N. Mohapatra (University of Maryland, USA)


Electric Dipole Moments and Supersymmetry
Jae Sik Lee (Chonnam National University, Republic of Korea)

 Saturday 26 July


9:00-11:20 - Chair: Howard Haber


Pran Nath (Northeastern University, USA)


Electroweak Baryogenesis and Supersymmetry
David E. Morrissey (University of Victoria, Canada)


Models of Inflation in Light of PLANCK and BICEP2
Edmund J. Copeland (University of Nottingham, United Kingdom)


11:20-12:30 - Chair: Apostolos Pilaftsis


SUSY2014: An Overview
John Ellis (King's College London, UK and CERN)


John Gunion (University of California at Davis, USA)


Closing Remarks
Apostolos Pilaftsis (University of Manchester)