5th Syracuse-Cornell Theory Meeting
(Including the Buffalo-Case-Cornell-Syracuse HEP/Cosmology workshop)


(all talks are 15 min maximum + 5 min for questions)

9:30-10:15 arrival, coffee, breakfast snacks

10:15-11:45 Session 1

Simon Catterall (Syracuse) "Twisted lattice supersymmetry"
Babar Qureshi (Syracuse) "Twist deformed supersymmetry"

(5 min discussion time)

Andrew Noble (Cornell) "Electroweak Precision Constraints on the Littlest Higgs Model with T Parity"
Seong Lee (Cornell) "The flavor of a little Higgs with T-parity"
(5 min discussion time)

11:45-11:50 quick coffee break

11:50-1:00 Session 2

Renata Jora (Syracuse) "Linear sigma model with two chiral nonets"
Matthew Reece (Cornell) "Top partners at the LHC: mass and spin measurement"
Seung-Chan Park (Cornell) "Fully radiative electroweak symmetry breaking"

(10 min discussion time)

1:00-2:00  Lunch (pizza)

2:00-3:30 Session 3

Ali Vanderveld (Cornell) "Observational constraints on the matter couplings of K-essence theories"
Alessandra Silvestri (Syracuse) "Large Scale Structure formation in Modified-Source Gravity"

(5 min discussion time)

Dejan Stojkovic (Case) "Can black hole events from cosmic rays be observed at the Auger Observatory?"
Tanja Hinderer (Cornell) "Gravitational waves"

(5 min discussion time)

3:30-3:40 Coffee break

3:40-4:50 Session 4

Brian Powell (Buffalo) "The Lyth Bound and Inflation as an Effective Field Theory"
Sourish Dutta (Case) "A Classical Treatment of Island Cosmology"
Sarah Shandera (Cornell) "Brane inflation update"

(10 min discussion time)

4:50-4:55 break/refreshments

4:55-5:40 Session 5

Mark Wyman (Cornell) "Modeling (p,q) strings with a gauge theory"
Francesc Ferrer (Case) "511 KeV photons from superconducting cosmic strings"

(5 min discussion time)

5:45 - to the pub and out to dinner

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