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13 February (Wed)
9:00-9:15 Opening remark S. Kanemura University of Toyama
9:30-10:30 Overview of the Higgs physics (I) A. Djouadi Laboratoire de Physique Theorique d'Orsay
10:50-11:40 Current Status and Future Prospect of the LHC Experiment J. Tanaka ICEPP, University of Tokyo
11:40-12:20 Inert Doublet Model with 125 GeV Higgs M. Krawczyk University of Warsaw
13:30-14:00 Electroweak Baryogenesis E. Senaha Korea Institute for Advanced Study
14:00-14:30 Dark Matter, Inflation and Higgs Physics T. Nabeshima University of Toyama
14:30-15:00 Neutrino Mass in TeV-Scale New Physics Models H. Sugiyama University of Toyama
15:20-15:50 Status of Inert Doublet Model in the light of the 125 GeV scalar M. Tytgat Universite libre de Bruxelles
15:50-16:20 Higgs at Seesaw Type II E. J. Chun Korea Institute for Advanced Study
16:20-16:50 Radiative Seesaw Models and Dark Matter J. Kubo Kanazawa University
17:10-17:30 Higgs couplings beyond the Standard Model G. D. La Rochelle L'Institut de Physique Nucleaire de Lyon
17:30-17:50 LHC SUSY searches after the Higgs discovery: respecting the muon g-2 S. Iwamoto University of Tokyo
17:50-18:10 Higgs quantum numbers in vector boson fusion K. Mawatari Vrije Universiteit Brussel
14 February (Thu)
9:00-10:00 Alternative futures for the Higgs data: are we approaching or receding from the decoupling limit? H. E. Haber University of California, Santa Cruz
10:00-10:40 Higgs boson as a probe of dark sectors with dark gauge symmetries P. Ko Korea Institute for Advanced Study
10:40-11:10 Avoiding Death by Vacuum P.M. Ferreira ISEL& CFTC Universidade de Lisboa
11:30-11:50 Gamma-rays constraint on Higgs Production from Dark Matter Annihilation T. Toma Durham University
11:50-12:10 Neutrino Oscillation J. Kameda ICRR, University of Tokyo
12:10-12:30 XMASS B. Yang ICRR, University of Tokyo
15 February (Fri)
9:00-10:00 Overview of the Higgs physics (II) : Implications of the Higgs discovery for the SM and SUSY A. Djouadi Laboratoire de Physique Theorique d'Orsay
10:00-10:40 126 GeV Higgs boson and universality relations Y. Hosotani Osaka University
11:00-11:30 The ILC Project H. Yamamoto Tohoku University
11:30-12:00 Physics at the ILC K. Fujii KEK
13:00-13:30 Grand Unified Theories and Higgs Physics T. Yamashita Aichi Medical University
13:30-14:00 Scenarios with Composite Higgs Bosons M. Hashimoto Chubu University
14:00-14:30 SUSY Extended Higgs Sectors and Strong Dynamics T. Yamada University of Tokyo
14:50-15:20 Implication of 126 GeV Higgs boson for Planck scale physics S. Iso KEK
15:20-15:40 Bare Higgs mass and potential at UV cutoff K. Oda Kyoto University
15:40-16:00 Higgs boson mass in low energy SUSY models with vector-like matters N. Yokozaki Kavli Institute for the Physics and Mathematics of the Universe
16:00-16:20 LHC Higgs Signatures from Extended Electroweak Gauge Symmetry T. Abe Tsinghua University
16:20-16:40 Light charged particles in light of higgs to diphoton rate S. Jung Korea Institute for Advanced Study
16 February (Sat)
9:00-9:40 A 4D Composite Higgs Model: testing its scalar sector at the LHC S. Moretti NExT, University of Southampton
9:40-10:10 Diphoton excess in extended Higgs models A. Arhrib Abdelmalek Essaadi University
10:30-11:00 Testing custodial symmetry in Higgs sector of Georgi-Machacek model C. W. Chiang National Central University
11:00-11:30 2HDMs at the LHC - the story so far R. Santos ISEL& CFTC Universidade de Lisboa
11:30-12:10 Current Status and Future Prospect of Flavor Physics T. Goto KEK
13:20-13:50 Two Higgs Doublet Models K. Tsumura Nagoya University
13:50-14:20 Higgs Triplet Models K. Yagyu National Central University
14:20-14:50 B Physics and Extended Higgs Sectors R. Watanabe Osaka University
15:10-15:30 Flavor Physics in the multi-Higgs-Doublet Models Y. Omura Technische Universitat Munchen
15:30-15:50 Higgs-dilaton mixing using the modified dilaton couplings to the SM fields D. W. Jung Korea Institute for Advanced Study
15:50-16:00 Invitation to the Higgs Working Group M. Kakizaki University of Toyama
16:00-16:20 Poster Session Summary T. Shindou Kogakuin University
16:20-16:40 Workshop Summary and Concluding Remark S. Kanemura University of Toyama

Poster Presentations

15 February (Sat) 17:00-19:10
Probing origins of neutrino masses and baryon asymmetry in kaon decays S. Eijima Niigata University
CP phase from Higgs's boundary condition Y. Fujimoto Kobe University
Thermal Phase Transition in the gauge-Higgs unification with 126GeV Higgs H. Hatanaka Osaka University
Partial Mass Degenerated Model and Spontaneous CP Violation in the Leptonic Sector H. Ishida Maskawa Institute for Science and Culture
Bounds on 6D UED models from current LHC data and S,T parameters with vacuum stability T. Kakuda Niigata University
Baryon number asymmetry and dark matter in the neutrino mass model with an inert doublet S. Kashiwase Kanazawa University
Radiative corrections to the Higgs coupling constants in the Higgs triplet model M. Kikuchi University of Toyama
Is there something missing in the MSSM? J. Y. Lee Korea University
Vacuum stability of supersymmetric extended Higgs sectors with a discrete symmetry N. Machida University of Toyama
Testability of Higgs inflation in a radiative seesaw model T. Matsui University of Toyama
Neutrino Mass and Proton Stability in a U(1)R symmetric model Y. Morita Niigata university
Classically conformal B-L extended Standard Model and phenomenology Y. Orikasa Osaka University
Same-sign Tetra Leptons from type II seesaw at the LHC P. Sharma Korea Institute for Advanced Study
Determination of mass hierarchy with medium baseline reactor neutrino experiments Y. Takaesu Korea Institute for Advanced Study
Multi-Component Dark Matter Systems and Their Observation Prospects H. Takano Kanazawa University
Higgs phenomenology of the supersymmetric grand gauge unified theory with the Hosotani mechanism H. Taniguchi University of Toyama
Direct probe of Majorana and extended Higgs particles in radiative seesaw models at the ILC H. Yokoya University of Toyama
A Resolution of the Flavor Problem of Two Higgs Doublet Models with an Extra U(1)_H Symmetry for Higgs Flavor C. Yu Korea Institute for Advanced Study