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Tuesday, 2nd of September of 2014
Morning
8.30  9.00
 Registration and Welcoming

 9.00  9.30
 Constraints on the alignment limit of the MSSM Higgs sector
(slides) Howard Haber, University of California, Santa Cruz, USA


 9.40  10.10
 Impact of H→Zγ on 2HDM models
(slides) Jorge Romão, CFTP, IST, Portugal


 10.20  10.50
 Coffee break


 10.50  11.20
 Minimal Flavour Violation with two Higgs doublets
(slides) Margarida Rebelo, CFTP, IST, Portugal


 11.30  12.00
 CP violation in the 2HDM
(slides) Per Osland, University of Bergen, Norway


 12.10  12.40
 Higgs Bosons in GUTS
(slides) David Miller, University of Glasgow, United Kingdom



Afternoon
14.30  14.50
 Discovering a cosmologically motivated 2HDM at the LHC
via A →Z H
(slides) Ken Mimasu, University of Sussex, United Kingdom


 14.55  15.15
 Does the 2HDM violate CP or not?
(slides) Odd Ogreid, University of Bergen, Norway


 15.20  15.40
 Constraining the parameter space of 2HDM models with ScannerS
(slides) Marco Sampaio, University of Aveiro, Portugal


 15.45  16.05
 Renormalization Group Analysis of the xSM model and implementation in the ScannerS Tool
(slides) António Morais, University of Aveiro, Portugal


 16.10  16.30
 Scalar Dark Matter Candidates in Two Inert Higgs Doublet Model
(slides) Ana Machado, Instituto de Física Teórica, UNESP, Brasil


 16.35  17.00
 Coffee collaborations


 17.00  17.15
 Radiative corrections to Higgs coupling constants in two Higgs doublet models (slides) Mariko Kikuchi, University of Toyama, Japan


 17.20  17.35
 A systematical renormalization of the Type I/II 2HDM and the automated generation of NLO amplitudes
(slides) Lukas Altenkamp, University of Freiburg, Germany


 17.40  17.55
 Bounds on Neutral and Charged Higgs from the LHC
(slides) Victor Ilisie, IFIC – Universitat de Valência, Spain


 18.00  18.15
 Two inert scalars doublet model: Status in H→γγ and h→Zγ (slides) Javier Domínguez, Instituto de Física Teórica, UNESP, Brasil




 18.20  18.35
 Asymmetric lepton flavor violating Higgs decays
(slides) Avital Dery, Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel



Wednesday, 3rd of September of 2014
Morning
9.00  9.30
 A View From the Top
(slides) Fawzi Boudjema, LAPTh, Annecy, France


 9.40  10.10
 2HDM with U(1) Higgs gauge symmetry and phenomenology therein
(slides) Pyungwon Ko, KIAS, South Korea


 10.20  10.50
 Coffee break


 10.50  11.20
 Sum rules for general multi Higgs models and limitations for future experiments
(slides) Ilya Ginzburg, Sobolev Institute of Mathematics, Russia


 11.30  12.00
 Higgs potentials with two and more Higgs bosons
(slides) Markos Maniatis, Departamento de Ciencias Basicas, Universidad del BíoBío, Chile


 12.10  12.40
 Scalar sector symmetries and their breaking patterns in NHDM
(slides) Igor Ivanov, Ghent University, Belgium



Afternoon
14.30  14.50
 Lightest Higgs decays at full oneloop level with flavour violation in the MSSM
(slides) Elena Ginina, HEPFY Vienna, Austria


 14.55  15.15
 Alignment in multiHiggs doublet models through family symmetries
(slides) Ivo Varzielas, University of Southampton, United Kingdom


 15.20  15.40
 Higgs Spectra from Maximally Symmetric Two Higgs Doublet Model Potentials
(slides) Bhupal Dev, University of Manchester, United Kingdom


 15.45  16.00
 Investigating the stability of the inert vacuum
(slides) Bogumila Swiezewska, University of Warsaw, Poland


 16.05  16.20
 Scalar dark matter beyond the IDM
(slides) Dorota Sokolowska, University of Warsaw, Poland


 16.25  16.40
 Interference effects due to KaluzaKlein towers in collider processes
(slides) Maxim Perfilov, Moscow State University, Russia


 16.45  17.30
 Coffee collaborations



Thursday, 4th of September of 2014
Morning
9.00  9.30
 Toward a Calculator for the GeorgiMachacek Model
(slides) Heather Logan, Carleton University, Canada


 9.40  10.10
 Two Higgs doublet models for the LHC Higgs boson data at 7 and 8 TeV
(slides) Sin Kyu Kang, Seoul National University of Science and Technology, South Korea


 10.20  10.50
 Coffee break


 10.50  11.20
 Higgs scalars in 331 models
(slides) Vicente Pleitez, Instituto de Física Teórica, UNESP, Brasil


 11.30  12.00
 Cancelation of quadric divergencies in models with two SU(2) doublets
(slides) Maria Krawczyk, University of Warsaw, Poland


 12.10  12.40
 Extended Higgs sector for Neutrino mass, Baryogenesis and Dark Matter
(slides) Shinya Kanemura, University of Toyama, Japan



Afternoon
No talks on Thursday afternoon.
20.00
 CONFERENCE DINNER The Conference Dinner will be held in the restaurant
“Populi”, located at Lisbon's main square
Praça do Comércio.

Friday, 5th of September of 2014
Morning
9.00  9.30
 Higgs Physics at CMS
(slides) Marco Pieri, University of California, San Diego, U.S.A


 9.40  10.10
 Higgs Physics at ATLAS
(slides) Ricardo Gonçalo, LIP, Lisbon, Portugal


 10.20  10.50
 Coffee break


 10.50  11.20
 Higgs Physics in 3HDMs and 6HDMs with Inert Scalar Doublets
(slides) Stefano Moretti, Southampton University, United Kingdom


 11.30  12.00
 Prospects for 2HDM CP violation in light of the LHC Higgs signal
(slides) Bohdan Grzadkowski , University of Warsaw, Poland (with A. Drodz: (slides))


 12.10  12.40
 Multilepton Higgs Decays via the Dark Portal
(slides) TzuChiang Yuan, Institute of Physics, Academia Sinica, Taiwan



Afternoon
14.30  14.50
 Updated constraints on the Singlet Extension of the Standard Model
(slides) Tania Robens, IKTP, TU Dresden, Germany


 14.55  15.15
 Electroweak phase transition and Higgs couplings
(slides) in the singletextended SM: revisited Eibun Senaha, Nagoya University, Japan


 15.20  15.40
 Higgs pair production in the 2HDM of type II
(slides) Otto Eberhardt , INFN Sezione di Roma, Italy


 15.45  16.00
 Inert Doublet Model Effects on the Dilepton Signal with Missing Energy
(slides) Agnieszka Ilnicka, University of Warsaw, Poland


 16.05  16.20
 Relic abundance of righthanded neutrino and sneutrino dark matter in SUSY SU(2)_H gauge theory with confinement
(slides) Naoki Machida, University of Toyama, Japan


 16.25  16.40
 Higgs couplings to fermions: 2HDM with MFV
(slides) Aielet Efrati, Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel


 16.45  17.30
 Coffee collaborations



