SUPERSYMMETRY AND UNIFICATION
December 17 - 21, 1997
Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Mumbai (Bombay), India
A five-day workshop on Supersymmetry and Unification will be held at TIFR, Mumbai,
India. The workshop will
address important and basic issues of theoretical and phenomenological
interest of the subject given in the title through talks and group discussions.
The main themes to be covered are:
Constraints on sparticle masses and on the parameter space of the minimal
and the next-to-minimal supersymmetric standard models.
Renormalization group evolution, fixed-point behavior and stringy
effects in scenarios of supersymmetry and unification.
Supersymmetric grand unification and/or superstring unification.
Flavor problem in supersymmetry.
Methods and scenarios for supersymmetry breaking.
R-parity breaking couplings, renormalization group evolution and relationship
to super-GUT or superstring models.
Strategies for superparticle searches.
Indo-French Center for the Promotion of Advanced Research
Tata Institute of Fundamental
Pierre Fayet and Probir Roy
Local Organizing Committee:
B. Ananthanarayan, A.
Dabholkar, S. Mukhi,
D.P. Roy, Probir
Roy (convener), and K.
All invitations will be finalized by September 1, 1997.
RNB, 12 December,
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