Theo Murphy scientific meeting organised by Professor Arttu Rajantie, Professor Malcolm Fairbairn, Dr Tommi Markkanen and Dr Astrid Eichhorn
A Higgs candidate event from the CMS experiment (image credit: CERN; CMS; T. McCauley and L. Taylor) superimposed on a Hubble Space Telescope image of the Abell 520 cluster (image credit: NASA; ESA; CFHT; CXO; M.J. Jee, University of California, Davis, and A. Mahdavi, San Francisco State University)
What can the discovery of the Higgs boson tell us about the early universe? This meeting will explore its implications for the theory of cosmological inflation, matter-antimatter asymmetry, dark matter and other open questions in cosmology.
A draft programme and biographies of the speakers and organisers are listed below. Speaker abstracts are also available below. Registration submissions are now open. If you would like to attend this meeting, please request an invitation.
Call for posters - extended deadline Friday 24 February 2017
There will be a poster session at 15:25 on Monday 27 March 2017. If you would like to apply to present a poster please submit your proposed title, abstract (not more than 200 words and in third person), author list, name of the proposed presenter and institution to the Scientific Programmes team no later than Friday 24 February 2017. Please note that places are limited and are selected at the scientific organisers discretion. Poster abstracts will only be considered if the presenter is registered to attend the meeting.
Attending this event
This is a residential conference, which allows for increased discussion and networking.
- Free to attend
- Advanced registration essential (please request an invite)
- Catering and accommodation available to purchase during registration
Enquiries: Contact the Scientific Programmes team