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Mostly final.
Tuesday, 6th of September of 2016
Morning
8.30  9.00
 Registration and Welcoming

 9.00  9.30
 Flavor violation via Planck scale alignment in the 2HDM
(slides)
Howard Haber, University of California, Santa Cruz, USA


 9.40  10.10
 Order4 CP symmetry and its consequences
(slides)
Igor Ivanov, CFTP, IST, Portugal


 10.20  10.50
 Coffee break


 10.50  11.20
 Vacua of an S3symmetric scalar potential
(slides)
Per Osland, University of Bergen, Norway


 11.30  12.00
 A maximally CP symmetric twoHiggsdoublet model
(slides)
Markos Maniatis, UBB Chillan, Chile


 12.10  12.40
 The physical spectrum and gauge invariance in theories with one or more Higgs fields
(slides)
Axel Maas, Univ. of Graz, Austria



Afternoon
14.30  14.50
 Trivial CP symmetries with flavor
(slides)
Celso Nishi, ABC Fed. Univ., Brasil


 14.55  15.15
 Spontaneous CP violation in the 2HDM
(slides)
Odd Ogreid, Bergen Univ. College, Norway


 15.20  15.40
 Phenomenological prospects for BGL models
(slides)
Miguel Nebot, CFTP, IST, Portugal


 15.45  16.00
 CP violating scalar dark matter
(slides)
Venus Keus, Univ. of Helsinki, Finland


 16.05  16.20
 3HDM with Delta(27) from an outer automorphism perspective
(slides)
Andreas Trautner, TUM, Germany


 16.25  16.40
 Two Higgs doublet model with an S3 Symmetry
(slides)
Diego Cogollo, CFTP/Portugal, Campina Grande FU/Brasil


 16.45  17.10
 Coffee collaborations


 17.10  17.20
 EFT and 2HDM
(slides)
Duarte Fontes, CFTP, IST, Portugal


 17.20  17.30
 Quick review of the D=6 oneloop effective action
(slides)
Hermès BéluscaMaïto, LPT Orsay, France


 17.30  17.40
 Oneloop corrections to the fermion masses in models using flavour symmetries
(slides)
Maximilian Löschner, Univ. of Vienna, Austria


 17.40  17.50
 Electroweak precision calculations in Two Higgs doublet models at the twoloop order
(slides)
Stephan Hessenberger, MaxPlanck, Munich, Germany


 17.50  18.00
 Soft lepton number violation in multiHiggs doublet seesaw models
(slides)
Elke Aeikens, Univ. of Vienna, Austria


 18.00  18.10
 Analysis of the Two Higgs Doublet Model using GAMBIT
(slides)
Filip Rajec, Univ. Adelaide, Australia


 18.10  18.20
 Collider signatures of extra inert scalars in the I(2+1)HDM
(slides)
Diana Rojas, Univ. of Puebla, Mexico


 18.20  18.30
 Real representations and Gauge Invariance in the presence of the Higgs Mechanisms
(slides)
Leonardo Pedro, Lisbon, Portugal


 18.30  18.40
 Theory and Phenomenology of Composite 2Higgs Doublet Model
(slides)
Emine Yildirim, Univ. of Southampton, UK



Wednesday, 7th of September of 2016
Morning
9.00  9.30
 On the Renormalization of the 2HDM
(slides)
Margarete Mühlleitner, Karlsruhe Inst. Tech., Germany


 9.40  10.10
 Renormalisation of the NMSSM
(slides)
Fawzi Boudjema, LAPTh, France


 10.20  10.50
 Coffee break


 10.50  11.20
 Constraints on Higgs Effective Field Theory
(slides)
Adam Falkowski, LPT Orsay, France


 11.30  12.00
 Selfinteracting dark matter in the U(1)extended Standard Model
(slides)
Bohdan Grzadkowski, Univ. of Warsaw, Poland


 12.10  12.40
 Higgs Potential, Collider and Gravitational Waves
(slides)
Shinya Kanemura, University of Toyama, Japan



Afternoon
14.30  14.50
 Electroweak corrections in the Singlet Extension of the Standard Model
(slides)
David LopezVal, CP3UC Louvain, Belgium


 14.55  15.15
 Higgs boson couplings in MultiHiggs Models
(slides)
Kei Yagyu, University of Southampton, United Kingdom


 15.20  15.40
 NLO unitarity fits of the 2HDM with HEPfit
(slides)
Otto Eberhardt, INFN Rome, Italy


 15.45  16.00
 Heavy Scalar Phenomenology: Effect of Vectorlike Fermions
(slides)
Soumya Sadhukhan, IMS Chennai, India


 16.05  16.20
 From E8inspired Trinification to a LR symmetric theory
(slides)
António Morais, University of Aveiro, Portugal


 16.25  16.40
 Revised muon (g2) in twoHiggsdoublet models
(slides)
Victor Ilisie , Univ. of Valecia, Spain


 16.45  17.30
 Coffee collaborations



Thursday, 8th of September of 2016
Morning
9.00  9.30
 Latest results on Higgs searches (ATLAS)
(slides)
Patrícia CondeMuíño,
ATLAS and LIPLisboa, Portugal


 9.40  10.10
 When one Higgs is not enough
(slides)
André David, CERN, Switzerland


 10.20  10.50
 Coffee break


 10.50  11.20
 Studying the CP nature of the Higgs couplings in ttH events at LHC
(slides)
António Onofre, LIP, Portugal


 11.30  12.00
 Charged Higgs production through WHiggs Fusion
(slides)
Abdesslam Arhrib, A.E.Univ., Tangier, Morocco


 12.10  12.40
 Vectorlike quarks at the origin of light quark masses and mixing
(slides)
Gustavo C. Branco, 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 8th of September at the “Clara Jardim Restaurante” (Campo Mártires da Pátria 49, Tel: 21 885 3053). Indicative directions here.

Friday, 9th of September of 2016
Morning
9.00  9.30
 Lessons from the 750 excess
(slides)
Abdelhak Djouadi, LPT Orsay and CERN, France


 9.40  10.10
 Extensions of the SM with new chiral gauge symmetries
(slides)
Pyungwon Ko, KIAS, Korea


 10.20  10.50
 Coffee break


 10.50  11.20
 Leptonic precision test of Leptophilic 2HDM
(slides)
Eung Jin Chun, KIAS, Korea


 11.30  12.00
 Possible strong interaction in dark matter sector in IDM
(slides)
Ilya Ginzburg, Novosibirsk St. Univ., Russia


 12.10  12.40
 IDM and not only
(slides)
Maria Krawczyk, Univ. of Warsaw , Poland



Afternoon
14.30  14.50
 A Second Higgs and the Baryon Asymmetry of the Universe
(slides)
Jose Miguel No, University of Sussex, United Kingdom,


 14.55  15.15
 The Inert Doublet Model in the light of LHC and astrophysical data
(slides)
Tania Robens, IKTP, TU Dresden, Germany


 15.20  15.40
 Spontaneous CP violation in lepton sector: a common source of theta_13, Dirac CP phase and Leptogenesis in TypeII seesaw
(slides)
Arunansu Sil, IIT Guwahati, India


 15.45  16.00
 Dark Matter Analysis in the CPV I(2+1)HDM
(slides)
Dorota Sokolowska, University of Warsaw, Poland


 16.05  16.20
 Higgsportal assisted Higgs inflation
(slides)
Jinsu Kim, KIAS, Korea


 16.25  16.40
 Neutrino nature in mHmodels and the invisible Higgs decays
(slides)
Cesar Bonilla, Univ. of Valencia, Spain


 16.45  17.30
 Coffee collaborations



