trieste99

24-27 February 1999

Trieste, Italy

Trieste, Italy

The meeting of the European Network on Physics beyond the Standard
Model (BSM) was held in SISSA, Trieste, on 24-27 February 1999. It
was the third meeting of the Network after those of Corfu (1998) and
Valencia (1997).
Its main purpose was the mid-term review of the Network, with
representatives of the European Commission. There was also a scientific
workshop, where the participants, in particular young post-docs and
PhD students, presented a number of talks. The main topics that were
discussed include the unification of fundamental forces including
gravity, strings and superstrings, electroweak symmetry breaking,
Higgs physics and supersymmetry, as well as neutrino physics.
The objectives of the BSM Network is to broaden, coordinate and
further strengthen the current collaboration amongst a group of
European centers working in many aspects of "Physics Beyond the
Standard Model". It is supported by the European Union under the
Training and Mobility of Researchers programme (contract
ERBFMRX-CT96-0090) for the period 1996-2000 , and involves 11
participant institutions established in 8 European countries (France,
Germany, Greece, Italy, Portugal, Spain, Switzerland and United
Kingdom). Further information can be found in the Network homepage.

**Editorial Board**

Antoniadis Ignatios, Masiero Antonio, **Pastor Sergio** (chairman)

Sessions |
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Wednesday 24 |

Thursday 25 |

Wednesday 24 |

Neutrino oscillation effects on the indirect signal of neutralino dark matter from the Earth core PoS(trieste99)001 pdf |

Unstable relics and the rescue of pure Cold Dark Matter models PoS(trieste99)002 pdf |

Testing new physics with future low-energy neutrino experiments PoS(trieste99)003 pdf |

Neutrinoless double beta decay in bilinear R-parity breaking SUSY PoS(trieste99)004 pdf |

Phenomenology of R-Parity Breaking PoS(trieste99)005 pdf |

Yukawa couplings and proton decay in SUSY models PoS(trieste99)006 pdf |

The decay $b\rightarrow s \gamma$ and the charged Higgs boson mass without R-parity PoS(trieste99)007 pdf |

Degenerate or hierarchical neutrinos in supersymmetric inflation PoS(trieste99)008 pdf |

Confining N=1 SUSY gauge theories from Seiberg duality PoS(trieste99)009 pdf |

Supersymmetric Quintessence PoS(trieste99)010 pdf |

Solutions for atmospheric neutrino anomalies PoS(trieste99)011 |

Thursday 25 |

Hidden wall supersymmetry breakdown PoS(trieste99)012 pdf |

Anomalies, unitarity and irreversibility PoS(trieste99)013 pdf |

On the perturbative corrections around D-string instantons PoS(trieste99)014 pdf |

Non-Supersymmetric Open String Vacua PoS(trieste99)015 pdf |

A consistent calculation of bubble-nucleation rates PoS(trieste99)016 pdf |

Supersymmetry Breaking in M-theory PoS(trieste99)017 pdf |

Heterotic Type I Duality in Four Dimensions in the Presence of Anomalous U(1)'s PoS(trieste99)018 pdf |

Five-Branes and Three-Family Models in M-Theory PoS(trieste99)019 |

Yukawa Unification on the bilinear R-Parity model PoS(trieste99)020 pdf |

Stabilized NMSSM without domain walls PoS(trieste99)021 pdf |

Inclusive semileptonic charmless B-decays in SUSY PoS(trieste99)022 pdf |

Phenomenological analysis of a quark mass texture PoS(trieste99)023 pdf |

The why of Seiberg-Witten duality PoS(trieste99)024 |

N=1 Super-Yang-Mills on the Lattice: Weak and Strong Coupling Limits PoS(trieste99)025 pdf |

The effects of the Kaluza Klein states on the gauge coupling unification PoS(trieste99)026 pdf |

Thermodynamics of D-brane probes PoS(trieste99)027 pdf |