"Ten Years After the Higgs Discovery: Particle Physics Now and Future"
June 6 - July 1, 2022
Applications are closed
Lecturers and Topics
- Wolfgang Altmannshofer (UC Santa Cruz) — Flavor Physics
- J. J. Carrasco (Northwestern University) — Scattering Amplitudes
- Djuna Croon (Institute for Particle Physics Phenomenology, Durham) — Baryogenesis, gravitational waves, phase transitions
- Sally Dawson (Brookhaven National Lab) — Higgs physics
- Peter Graham (Stanford) — Small-Scale Experimental Searches for Axions and Dark Photons
- Heather Gray (Berkeley) — LHC experiments
- Daniel Green (UC San Diego) — Cosmology
- Yonit Hochberg (Hebrew University) — Dark matter, particle physics models
- Zhen Liu (University of Minnesota) — BSM collider probes
- Aneesh Manohar (UC San Diego) — Effective field theory
- Stefano Profumo (UC Santa Cruz) — Dark matter, primordial black hole
- Matt Reece (Harvard University) — Weak gravity conjecture, axion models
- Benjamin Safdi (Berkeley) — Dark matter, astrophysical probes
- Philip Schuster (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory) — Dark matter, light DM/dark photon
- David Shih (Rutgers) – Machine Learning
- Raman Sundrum (University of Maryland) — BSM overview
- Natalia Toro (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory) — Probes based on intense beams
Scientific Organizers: LianTao Wang (University of Chicago) • Stefania Gori (University of California, Santa Cruz) • JiJi Fan (Brown University)
Local TASI Organizer: Ethan Neil
The program will consist of a pedagogical series of lectures and seminars. Lectures will be given over a four-week period, three or four lectures per day, Monday through Friday. The audience will be composed primarily of advanced theoretical graduate students. Experimentalists with a strong background in theory are also encouraged to apply. Some post-doctoral fellows will be admitted, but preference will be given to applicants who will not have received their Ph.D. before 2022. The minimum background needed to get full benefit of this TASI is a knowledge of quantum field theory and some familiarity with the Standard Model and issues beyond it. We hope to provide some subsidy, but students will need partial support from other sources. Rooms, meals, and access to all facilities will be provided at reasonable rates in beautifully located dormitories at the University of Colorado.
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the format for TASI 2022 is not yet determined. If possible consistent with university and government health requirements, we will have TASI 2022 in a hybrid model where some students and lecturers attend in person, while those who prefer attend remotely. If this is not possible, TASI 2022 will take place entirely online. TASI 2021 took place entirely online, including social aspects, and was successful in that format.
Applying to TASI
All forms and letters werere due by March 1, 2022.
The TASI 2022 wiki is now available. Please check the wiki often for updates as the month of June progresses.
As per the laws of the State of Colorado and the policies of the University of Colorado Boulder, all registrants should hereby be aware that some portion of the registration fee will be used to purchase alcoholic beverages.
TASI is supported by the University of Colorado, Boulder and The National Science Foundation.