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Oral Presentations
11. February (Wed) 
9:109:20 
Opening Remark

S. Kanemura 
University of Toyama 

9:4010:30 
Secrets of the Higgs Boson 
M. Peskin 
SLAC, Stanford University 

11:0011:50 
Measurement of Higgs boson properties at the
LHC 
R. Tanaka 
LAL Orsay 

11:5012:20 
ILC Status 
S. Yamashita 
ICEPP 

12:2012:50 
ILC Physics 
K. Fujii 
KEK 

14:0014:30 
Measurement of Higgs Couplings and their
Implications for New Physics Scales 
M. M. Muhlleitner 
Karksruhe Institute of Technology 

14:3015:00 
Footprint of BSM Higgs sector 
M. Nojiri 
KEK 

15:0015:30 
A complex 2HDM at the LHC 
R. Santos 
CTFC University of Lisbon & ISEL 

15:3016:00 
Higgs boson couplings as a probe of new
physics 
K. Yagyu 
University of Southampton 

16:3017:00 
Constraining Inert Doublet 
M. Krawczyk 
University of Warsaw 

17:0017:15 
SUSY Implications from WIMP Annihilation
into scalars at the Galactic Center 
A. Medina 
University of Melbourne 

17:1517:30 
Twoloop stability of singlet extensions of
the SM with dark matter 
M. Sampaio 
University of Aveiro 

17:3017:45 
Higgs Portal Dark Matter for GeV gammaray
Excess 
Y. Tang 
Koren Institute of Advanced Study 

17:4518:00 
Collider Signatures of GaugeHiggs
Unification at LHC 
N. Maru 
Osaka City University 

18:0018:10 
Higgs Interactions & New Physics 
E. Tsedenbaljir 
Mongolian Academy of Sciences 

12. February (Thu) 
8:309:20 
Higgs: the view from the Top 
F. Boudjema 
LAPTH 

9:209:50 
From the Higgs to the Top 
J. L. DiazCruz 
FCFMBUAP 

10:2010:50 
The One Higgs and its Connections 
E. Ma 
University of California, Riverside 

10:5011:20 
Models for Neutrino Masses and Physics
Beyond Standard Model 
S. Nasri 
UAE University 

11:2011:50 
Radiative Neutrino Mass Models 
H. Sugiyama 
Kyoto Sangyo Univeristy 

11:5012:05 
Scotogenic neutrino mass models 
S. Beak 
Koren Institute of Advanced Study 

14:0014:50 
Could the Higgs be composite? 
C. Grojean 
Univ. of Bacelona, ICREA/IFIE and DESY 

14:5015:05 
Probing composite Higgs models by measuring
phase shifts at LHC 
K. Kaneta 
ICRR 

15:3016:00 
Composite Higgs Phenomenology at the LHC and
Future Colliders 
S. De Curtis 
INFN, Univ. of Floreance 

16:0016:30 
Constraits on the GeorgiMachacek Model by
Current LHC Data 
C.W.Chiang 
National Central University 

16:3017:15 
Enhanced hV V couplings in the
GeorgiMachacek model and beyond 
H. Logan 
Carleton University 

13. February (Wed) 
8:309:00 
Impacts of Dark Higgs on Particle Physics
& Cosmology 
P. Ko 
Korea Institute for Advanced Study 

9:009:30 
Electroweak baryogenesis as a probe of new
physics 
E. Senaha 
Nagoya University 

9:309:45 
Extra Higgses at LHC: The Road to (EW)
Baryogenesis? 
J. M. No 
Sussex University 

9:4510:00 
SingletCatalyzed Electroweak Phase
Transitions and Precision Higgs Studies 
P. Winslow 
University of Massachusetts Amherst 

10:3011:00 
Gravitational Wave Astronomy by KAGRA 
S. Kawamura 
ICRR, University of Tokyo 

11:0011:30 
XMASS 
K. Hiraide 
ICRR, University of Tokyo 

11:0011:30 
SuperKamiokande 
S. Nakayama 
ICRR, University of Tokyo 

14. February (Sat) 
8:309:00 
Constraints on the alignment limit of the
MSSM Higgs sector 
H. E. Haber 
UC Santa Cruz 

9:009:30 
MSSM Higgs Physics at the LHC and Beyond 
S. Heinemeyer 
IFCA (CSIC,
Santander) 

9:3010:00 
A light NMSSM pseudoscalar Higgs boson at
the LHC redux 
S. Moretti 
NExT Institute (Southampton & RAL) 

10:0010:15 
Impact of quark flavour violation on the
decay h^0(125 GeV) > c cbar in the MSSM 
K. Hidaka 
Tokyo Gakugei University/RIKEN, Wako 

10:1510:30 
Bayesian naturalness of the CMSSM and CNMSSM 
D. Kim 
APCTP 

11:0011:30 
A MSSM scenario with light stau and bino DM 
K. Hagiwara 
KEK 

11:3011:45 
Higgs characterisation: NLO+PS effects 
K. Mawatari 
Vrije Universiteit Brussel 

11:4512:00 
Constraining Higher dimensional operators in
H to four leptons with offshell production 
M. Park 
APCTP 

12:0012:15 
Direct searches of extra Higgs bosons at
future colliders 
H. Yokoya 
IUniversity of Toyama 

12:1512:30 
Charged Higgs boson in the W+Higgs channel
at the Large Hadron Collider 
S. Munir 
APCTP 

12:3012:50 
Constraining new physics from Higgs
measurements 
B. Dumont 
IBSCTPU 

14:0014:30 
Inflation and Higgs 
F. Takahashi 
Tohoku University 

14:3014:45 
Probing Baryon Asymmetry of the Universe 
T. Asaka 
Niigata University 

14:4515:00 
Leptogenesis via axion oscillations after
inflation 
K. Schmitz 
Kavli IPMU 

15:0015:15 
Testing Electroweak Baryogenesis via
DiHiggs Measurements 
T. Liu 
Hong Kong University of Science and
Technology 

15:1515:30 
Metastability on SUSY scalar potentials 
P. Ferreira 
ISEL and CFTC, UL 

15:3015:45 
Looking into multidoublet scalar sectors
through the SMlike Higgs window 
I. Ivanov 
Ghent University 

15:4516:00 
Top YukawaCoupling Enhanced TwoLoop
Corrections to the Masses of the Higgs Bosons in the MSSM
with CP Violation 
S. Passehr 
DESY Hamburg 

15. February (Sun) 
8:309:00 
Limiting Two Higgs Doublet Models 
E.J. Chun 
Korea Institute for Advanced Study 

9:009:30 
Nonuniversal gaugino masses, the Higgs
sector and string models 
T. Kobayashi 
Hokkaido University 

9:309:45 
Indirect reach of the extra Higgs bosons in
the MSSM by Higgs branching ratio measurements 
M. Kakizaki 
University of Toyama 

9:4510:00 
Focus point scenario revisited 
B. Kyae 
Pusan National University 

10:0010:15 
hhh Coupling in SUSY models after LHC Run I 
M. Zhang 
Chinese Academy of Sciences 

10:1510:30 
Constraining new physics from Higgs
measurements 
T. Shindou 
Kogakuin University 

11:0011:15 
Poster Summary I

M. Aoki

Kanazawa University


11:1511:30 
Poster Summary II

K. Tsumura

Kyoto University


11:4512:05 
Workshop Summary and Concluding Remark

S. Kanemura

University of Toyama


Poster Presentations
Poster Session I: 12. February (Thu)
17:0019:00 
The Electroweak Sector of the pMSSM in the
Light of LHC=8TeV and Other 
M. Chakraborti 
Indian Association for the Cultivation
of Sciences 

Electroweak phase transition in the
singletextended SM 
K. Fuyuto 
Nagoya University 

Stueckelberg model and Composite Zprime 
M. Hashimoto 
Chubu University 

Scale Invariant Extension of the Standard
Model with hidden QCDlike sector 
H. Hatanaka 
Koren Institute of Advanced Study 

Higgs Inflation and Scalar Dark Matter with
RightHanded Neutrinos 
H. Ishida 
Shimane University 

New method for precise determination of top
quark mass at LHC 
S. Kawabata 
Tohoku University 

Criticality and Electroweak Symmetry
Breaking of the Gauged BL Symmetry 
K. Kawana 
Kyoto University 

Fingerprinting the minimal composite Higgs
models 
N. Machida 
University of Toyama 

Neutrino Mass and Dark Matter from Gauged
BL Breaking 
T. Matsui 
University of Toyama 

Unification of SUSY breaking and GUT
breaking 
Y. Omura 
Nagoya university 

The classically conformal BL extended Ma
model 
Y. Orikasa 
Korea Institute for Advanced Study 

Inert scalars and vacuum stability 
B. Swiezewska 
University of Warsaw 

Higgs Inflation in the MSSM 
T. Terada 
University of Tokyo 

Measurement of the Higgs Selfcoupling at
the ILC 
J. Tian 
KEK 

Hierarchy problem, gauge coupling
unification at the Planck scale, and vacuum stability 
Y. Yamaguchi 
Hokkaido University 

Grand gaugeHiggs unification & its
Higgs sector 
T. Yamashita 
Aichi Medical University 

Poster Session II: 14. February (Thu)
16:3018:30 
Quantum corrections to the spinindependent
cross section in the inert 
T. Abe 
KEK 

Higgs inflation from Standard Model
criticality 
Y. Hamada 
Kyoto University 

Anomaly mediated gaugino mass and
Pathintegral measure 
K. Harigaya 
Kavli IPMU 

Shining Higgs(es) on Dark Matter 
S. Ipek 
University of Washington 

Inflation in a modified radiative seesaw
model 
S. Kashiwase 
Kanazawa University 

Exploring extended Higgs sectors by
radiative corrections with future precision coupling
measurements 
M. Kikuchi 
University of Toyama 

Probing dark matter at the LHC: MonoHiggs
and beyond 
S. P. Liew 
University of Tokyo 

Tree level Unitarity and the finiteness of
electroweak oblique corrections 
R. Nagai 
Nagoya University 

Z' search in nonminimal Universal Extra
Dimensions: twobumps and interference 
K. Nishiwaki 
Korea Institute for Advanced Study 

TypeII seesaw model with twoHiggs doublets 
T. Nomura 
National ChengKung University 

Phenomenological constraints on light mixed
sneutrino dark matter 
A. Santa 
University of Toyama 

Higgs Mixing in the NMSSM and Light
Higgsinos 
Y. Shoji 
Tohoku University 

Phenomenology of multicomponent DM 
H. Takano 
Kavli IPMU 

Precision Higgs physics at the ILC:
detectors and reconstruction techniques 
T. Tanabe 
ICEPP, University of Tokyo 

Constraints on 2HDM from flavor observables 
R. Watanabe 
IBS 

Dark matter in the hidden gauge theory 
N. Yamanaka 
RIKEN 
