How well can one calculate the Higgs boson mass given a theoretical prediction?

December 12-14, 2013

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Workshop Venue:
Randall Laboratory
Randall Lab
Oskar Klein Conference Room: 3481 Randall Laboratory

University of Michigan
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Thursday, Dec. 12th  
1:30 PM Gordon Kane (University of Michigan)
  Welcome and "Phenomenological and theoretical motivations for heavy scalars"
2:00 PM Bing Zhou (University of Michigan ATLAS Collaboration)
  "Brief review of current and future errors on Mh"
2:30 PM Steve Martin (Northern Illinois University and Fermilab)
  "Comments on multi-loop calculation of the lightest Higgs mass in supersymmetry"
3:00 PM COFFEE BREAK (3481 Randall)
6:15 PM Social Dinner @ Mercy's Restaurant
Friday, Dec. 13th  
9:00 AM BREAKFAST (3481 Randall)
10:00 AM Philipp Kant (Humboldt University, Berlin)
  "Calculation of Three-Loop Terms for the MSSM Higgs Mass"
1:30 PM Heidi Rzehak (CERN)
  "Improvements of Higgs mass predictions in supersymmetric theories"
2:30 PM David Sanford (Caltech)
  "Implication of three-loop higgs mass in focus point SUSY"
4:00 PM CAKE HOUR (3481 Randall)
Saturday, Dec. 14th  
9:00 AM BREAKFAST (3481 Randall)
10:00 AM Carlos Wagner (University of Chicago and Argonne National Lab)
  "Higher loop effects on the MSSM higgs mass"



Workshop Organizers:
Gordon Kane
Aaron Pierce

Workshop Secretary:
Angela Milliken
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