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Mostly final.
Tuesday, 4th of September of 2018
Morning
8.30  9.00
 Registration and Welcoming

 9.00  9.30
 Symmetries and Mass Degeneracies in the Scalar Sector
(slides)
Howard Haber, University of California, Santa Cruz, USA


 9.40  10.10
 Basisinvariant conditions for CP4 3HDM
(slides)
Igor Ivanov, CFTP, IST, Portugal


 10.20  10.50
 Coffee break


 10.50  11.20
 Modern “theoretical” limitation for parameters of 2HDM and similar models
(slides)
Ilya Ginzburg, Novosibirsk St. Univ., Russia


 11.30  12.00
 Physical parametrization of the 2HDM
(slides)
Odd Magne Ogreid, West. Norway Univ. Ap. Sc., Norway


 12.10  12.40
 Unitarity bounds, bounded from below bounds, and scalar masses in the 2HDM using the Higgs basis
(slides)
Luís Lavoura, CFTP, IST, Portugal



Afternoon
14.30  14.50
 Global fits in the Z2 symmetric TwoHiggs Doublet models
(slides)
Otto Eberhardt, Univ. of Valencia, Spain


 14.55  15.15
 Probing Two Higgs Doublet Models through production of multiple scalars at the Large Hadron Collider
(slides)
William Klemm, Uppsala Univ., Sweden


 15.20  15.40
 Symmetry and Geometry in Generalized Higgs Sector
(slides)
Ryo Nagai, Tohoku University, Japan


 15.45  15.55
 Oneloop lepton masses and the multiHiggs doublet model
(slides)
Maximilian Loschner, Univ. of Viena, Austria


 15.55  16.05
 Gauge dependence of tadpole and mass renormalization for a seesaw extended 2HDM
(slides)
Vytautas Dūdėnas , Vilnius Univ., Lithuania


 16.05  16.15
 Z_2 symmetry breaking effects in 2loop RG evolution of 2HDM
(slides)
Joel Oredsson, Lund University, Sweden


 16.15  16.25
 Indirect search for CPviolation in the scalar sector by the precision test of Higgs couplings
(slides)
Mitsunori Kubota, Osaka University, Japan


 16.25  16.35
 Global fits in the Aligned TwoHiggs Doublet model
(slides)
Ana Peñuelas Martínez, IFIC, U. Valencia  CSIC, Spain


 16.35  16.45
 Scaleinvariant scalar field dark matter through the Higgs portal
(slides)
Catarina Cosme, Univ. Porto, Portugal


 16.45  17.30
 Coffee collaborations



Wednesday, 5th of September of 2018
Morning
9.00  9.30
 SUSY Higgs bosons at the LHC and beyond
(slides)
Sven Heinemeyer, IFT/IFCA (CSIC), Spain


 9.40  10.10
 Composite 2HDM vs MSSM
(slides)
Stefano Moretti, NExT Institute, UK


 10.20  10.50
 Coffee break


 10.50  11.20
 Theory and phenomenology of multiHiggs effective lowenergy field theories of Grandunified Quartification: status report and the road ahead
(slides)
Roman Pasechnik, Lund Univ., Sweden


 11.30  12.00
 High scale boundary conditions in multiHiggs theories
(slides)
David Miller, Univ. of Glasgow, UK


 12.10  12.40
 Enlarging the Scope of (multi)Higgs searches at the LHC
(slides)
Jose Miguel No, IFTUAM/CSIC, Spain



Afternoon
14.30  14.50
 The flipped generations
(slides)
Alfredo Aranda, Univ. de Colima, Mexico


 14.55  15.15
 Phenomenology of a 3HDM+complex singlet model with a gauged U(1)family symmetry
(slides)
António Morais, Aveiro Univ., Portugal


 15.20  15.40
 Bound state spectrum of BroutEnglertHiggs theories
(slides)
Rene Sondenheimer, TPI, Univ. Jena, Germany


 15.45  15.55
 Multicomponent dark matter: disentangling different cases in future e+e colliders
(slides)
Michal Iglicki, Univ. of Warsaw, Poland


 15.55  16.05
 Testability of O(N) singlet model with classical scale invariance by collider and gravitational wave observation experiments
(slides)
Katsuya Hashino, Univ. Toyama & Osaka Univ., Japan


 16.05  16.15
 Flavour Conservation in Two Higgs Doublet Models
(slides)
Fernando CornetGomez, IFIC, U. Valencia  CSIC, Spain


 16.15  16.25
 Precise calculations of the Higgs decay rates in multiHiggs models
(slides)
Kodai Sakurai, Univ. Toyama & Osaka Univ., Japan


 16.25  16.35
 A hard/soft split of the effective potential and its relation to gauge invariance
(slides)
Johan Lövgren, Uppsala Univ., Sweden


 16.45  17.30
 Coffee collaborations



Thursday, 6th of September of 2018
Morning
9.00  9.30
 Latest Higgs results from ATLAS
(slides)
Ricardo Gonçalo, ATLAS and LIPLisboa, Portugal


 9.40  10.10
 Latest from CMS on the exploration of the Higgs sector
(slides)
Pedro Silva, CERN, Switzerland


 10.20  10.50
 Coffee break


 10.50  11.20
 Phenomenology of 2HDM with a real singlet
(slides)
Abdesslam Arhrib, A.E.Univ., Tangier, Morocco


 11.30  12.00
 Custodial symmetry violation in the GeorgiMachacek model
(slides)
Heather Logan, Carleton Univ., Canada


 12.10  12.40
 Controlled Scalar FCNC, Vacuum Induced CP Violation and a Complex CKM
(slides)
Miguel Nebot, CFTP, IST, Portugal



Afternoon
No talks on Thursday afternoon.
20.00
 CONFERENCE DINNER The Conference Dinner will take place at 20.00 (8PM) on the 6th of September at the “Restaurante Dom Feijão” (Largo Machado de Assis 7d, Tel: 21 846 4038).

Friday, 7th of September of 2018
Morning
9.00  9.30
 Dark matter: scalar or vector?
(slides)
Bohdan Grzadkowski, Univ. of Warsaw, Poland


 9.40  10.10
 Synergy of collider and gravitational wave experiments to explore the Higgs sector
(slides)
Shinya Kanemura, Osaka University, Japan


 10.20  10.50
 Coffee break


 10.50  11.20
 An SU(2)_(mu tau) model for Muon g2 Anomaly
(slides)
Koji Tsumura, Kyoto University, Japan


 11.30  12.00
 Neutrino Mass Generation with MultiHiggs
(slides)
Hiroaki Sugiyama, Toyama Prefectural Univ., Japan


 12.10  12.40
 The GrimusNeufeld model: Restricting Yukawa couplings with the neutrino sector
(slides)
Thomas Gajdosik, Vilnius Univ., Lithuania



Afternoon
14.30  14.50
 Dark side of the Seesaw
(slides)
Ivo Varzielas, CFTP, IST, Portugal,


 14.55  15.15
 NonAbelian strings and domain walls in two Higgs doublet models
(slides)
Masafumi Kurachi, Keio Univ., Japan


 15.20  15.40
 News from the Inert Doublet Model
(slides)
Tania Robens, Univ. of Debrecen, Hungary


 15.45  16.00
 CP violation in 2HDM and EFT: the ZZZ vertex
(slides)
Hermès BéluscaMaïto, Univ. of Zagreb, Croatia


 16.05  16.20
 Electroweak Baryogenesis and Dark Matter from a Complex Singlet Scalar
(slides)
Da Huang, Univ. of Warsaw, Poland


 16.25  16.40
 Radiative symmetry breaking with new Higgs (and gauge) bosons
(slides)
Bogumila Swiezewska, Utrecht Univ., the Netherlands


 16.45  17.30
 Coffee collaborations



