Santa Fe 2014 Summer Workshop

``LHC After the Higgs''

June 30th - July 4th, 2014

The talks are now posted here


The particle theory group (in T-2) at the Los Alamos National Laboratory will host its annual workshop at the historic La Fonda Hotel, located next to the plaza in downtown Santa Fe. The theme of this summer's week long workshop will be dark matter and the forthcoming run of the LHC.

We plan to have a number of talks daily (June 30th through July 4th), with plenty of time for informal discussion and collaboration. To encourage this informality, attendance will be limited to 35 participants.


Accommodations for six nights (June 29th through July 4th) at the La Fonda Hotel is included with the registration fee. While additional nights will not be covered by the registration fee, there are a very limited number of rooms available for the night of June 28th and July 5th. Please do not make your own reservations with the hotel. Further details on accomodations can be found here.

The registration fee, which includes six nights accommodations, breakfast, lunch and snacks Monday-Friday, will be $250 for all participants. Due to support from the Department of Energy Office of High Energy Physics, we have a limited amount of funding to help junior participants and graduate students defer their transportation costs. Please contact us if you really think you need it.


We ask that participants plan to attend for the entire week of the workshop. To register for the workshop, send an email to Please indicate

Please include "Santa Fe 2014" on your subject line, to make sure your message is not blocked by our spam filter. Prospective participants are encouraged to register without delay. The deadline for registration is May 12th, 2014. Full payment for registration must be received by June 2nd, 2014. Please make a check payable to Los Alamos National Laboratory and send to the following address:
Jenny Esch
Los Alamos National Laboratory
PO Box 1663
MS K710 - Attn LHC Conference
Los Alamos, New Mexico 87545
We will be unable to provide travel expenses or salaries for the time spent at the workshop (but note previous comment applying to students and post-docs).

This webpage will be updated with arrival and talk information in the coming weeks.

If you have additional questions, contact the organizers Michael Graesser and Alex Friedland at We look forward to seeing you in Santa Fe!