PLANCK 2015

25-29 May 2015

Ioannina, Greece

Ioannina, Greece

Since the second half of the twentieth century we have witnessed important experimental discoveries as well as enormous advances on modern theories of High Energy Physics. These breakthroughs were the spark of a great number of important and influential workshops and conferences. The last two decades the Planck conferences have been established as one of the most successful annual events, covering most of the research areas in High Energy Physics.

The year 2015 we had the honour to host the 18th International Conference {PLANCK 2015} at The University of Ioannina, in the city of Ioannina, Greece. The event took place from Monday, May 25 2015 till Friday, May 29 2015. Previous Planck International Conferences were held in the following cities:

2014: Paris, 2013: Bonn, 2012: Warsaw, 2011: Lisbon, 2010: CERN, 2009: Padova, 2008: Barcelona, 2007: Warsaw, 2006: Paris, 2005: Trieste, 2004: Bad Honnef, 2003: Madrid, 2002: Kazimierz, 2001: La Londe-les-Maures, 2000: Castelvecchio Pascoli, 1999: Bad Honnef, 1998: Kazimierz

The Planck-2015 conference covered a wide range of topics in contemporary theoretical and experimental physics: The talks on Experimental High Energy Physics, focused on the prospects at LHC experiments, the neutrino experiments as well as supersymmetry and dark matter searches. The theoretical talks covered topics in String Theory and String Phenomenology, Supersymmetry and Supergravity, Cosmology, Neutrino Physics and Discrete Symmetries.

Several talks presented also work in astroparticle physics, dark matter and supersymmetry as well as research with wide applications in particle physics and beyond. Following the tradition of the Planck series of conferences, the talks (141 in total) were divided into 41 plenary-review talks, and 100 shorter presentations.

The organisation of the Planck meeting in the city of Ioannina was an important landmark in the scientific life of our University. Spearheaded by the quality of our speakers and the participants, we were fortunate to have very high quality plenary and research talks, as well as stimulating and interesting discussions which made the conference quite fruitful and enjoyable. There were more that 200 registered participants for the event.

The Editors,

Ignatios Antoniadis, George K. Leontaris, Kyriakos Tamvakis

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Main session |

Towards a Phenomenology for the non-supersymmetric Heterotic String PoS(PLANCK 2015)001 pdf |

Higgs dark matter from warped extra-dimension PoS(PLANCK 2015)002 pdf |

Universality in radiative corrections for non-supersymmetric heterotic vacua PoS(PLANCK 2015)005 pdf |

Moduli stabilization, de Sitter vacua and supersymmetry breaking PoS(PLANCK 2015)007 pdf |

Two-loop induced neutrino masses: A model-independent perspective PoS(PLANCK 2015)008 pdf |

Inflation and DE from f(R) gravity PoS(PLANCK 2015)009 pdf |

MSSM Higgs : Window into Susy GUTs PoS(PLANCK 2015)010 pdf |

Gauge Mediation in the NMSSM with a Light Singlet: Sparticles within the Reach of LHC Run II PoS(PLANCK 2015)012 pdf |

Naturalness and Supersymmetry PoS(PLANCK 2015)014 pdf |

Natural SUSY: LHC and Dark Matter direct detection experiments interplay PoS(PLANCK 2015)015 pdf |

Uplifting Maximal Gauged Supergravities PoS(PLANCK 2015)017 pdf |

Off-trail SUSY PoS(PLANCK 2015)019 pdf |

Large field inflation and string moduli stabilization PoS(PLANCK 2015)021 pdf |

Indirect and direct detection prospect for TeV dark matter in the MSSM-9 PoS(PLANCK 2015)022 pdf |

Fermion mass and mixing pattern in a minimal T7 flavor 331 model PoS(PLANCK 2015)023 pdf |

Dark matter with ultra compact mini halos PoS(PLANCK 2015)025 pdf |

How to avoid unnatural hierarchical thermal leptogenesis PoS(PLANCK 2015)026 pdf |

Supersymmetric Z' decays at the LHC PoS(PLANCK 2015)027 pdf |

SO(10) SUSY GUTs from M theory PoS(PLANCK 2015)028 pdf |

Dark Matter: Connecting LHC searches to direct detection PoS(PLANCK 2015)029 pdf |

Features and implications of the plateau inflationary potentials PoS(PLANCK 2015)031 pdf |

Family symmetries and CP PoS(PLANCK 2015)033 pdf |

Currents in supersymmetric field theories PoS(PLANCK 2015)034 pdf |

Non-custodial warped extra dimensions at the LHC PoS(PLANCK 2015)036 pdf |

Shaft Inflation and the Planck satellite observations PoS(PLANCK 2015)037 pdf attachments |

Inflation, scale of supersymmetry breaking and moduli stabilization PoS(PLANCK 2015)038 pdf |

Inflationary observables and moduli masses PoS(PLANCK 2015)039 pdf |

Fitting the two-loop renormalized Two-Higgs-Doublet model PoS(PLANCK 2015)040 pdf |

Prospects for Supersymmetry at the LHC & Beyond PoS(PLANCK 2015)041 pdf |

Spinor-vector duality and light Z’ in heterotic strings PoS(PLANCK 2015)043 pdf |

Phenomenology of the Renormalizable Coloron Model PoS(PLANCK 2015)045 pdf |

Search strategies for heavy quark partners at LHC run-II PoS(PLANCK 2015)046 pdf |

Particle production in the background with VEV depending on time PoS(PLANCK 2015)048 pdf |

Effective Field theories and pseudo observables in the quest for physics beyond the standard model PoS(PLANCK 2015)049 pdf |

Neutralino dark matter and naturalness of the electroweak scale PoS(PLANCK 2015)052 pdf |

Search for the dark photon in pi0 decays PoS(PLANCK 2015)053 pdf |

Searching SUSY from below PoS(PLANCK 2015)054 pdf |

String condensation: Nemesis of Black Holes? PoS(PLANCK 2015)057 pdf |

Gauge-Higgs Grand Unification PoS(PLANCK 2015)058 pdf |

Quantum Gravity and Dimensional Transmutation PoS(PLANCK 2015)061 pdf |

Neutrino flavor-, helicity-, and pair oscillations PoS(PLANCK 2015)065 pdf |

Towards unification of GUT families PoS(PLANCK 2015)067 pdf |

Neutrinos, Flavour and CP Violation PoS(PLANCK 2015)068 pdf |

Stringy N = 1 Super no Scale Models PoS(PLANCK 2015)070 pdf |

SU(5) Yukawa matrix unification in the General Flavour Violating MSSM PoS(PLANCK 2015)071 pdf |

Naturalness of effective theories in Wilsonian approach PoS(PLANCK 2015)072 pdf |

Gravitational lensing and frame dragging of light in the Kerr-Newman and the Kerr-Newman-(anti) de Sitter black hole spacetimes PoS(PLANCK 2015)073 pdf |

Shifted Focus Point and Gluino Mass Bound in the Minimal Mixed Mediation of SUSY Breaking PoS(PLANCK 2015)074 pdf |

Double Hybrid Inflation and gravitational waves PoS(PLANCK 2015)075 pdf |

Standard Model vacuum stability in the presence of gauge invariant nonrenormalizable operators PoS(PLANCK 2015)076 pdf |

Signs of Tops from Highly Mixed Stops PoS(PLANCK 2015)080 pdf |

Dark Matter phenomenology of intersecting D6-branes with a Stückelberg portal PoS(PLANCK 2015)081 pdf |

Novel Scenarios for Majorana Neutrino Mass Generation and Leptogenesis from Kalb-Ramond Torsion PoS(PLANCK 2015)082 pdf |

Discrete Symmetries in F-theory models PoS(PLANCK 2015)083 pdf |

R-parity violating supersymmetry and neutrino physics: experimental signatures PoS(PLANCK 2015)085 pdf |

What is a Natural SUSY scenario? PoS(PLANCK 2015)087 pdf |

Dark Matter and Gauge Coupling Unification in Non-supersymmetric SO(10) Grand Unified Models PoS(PLANCK 2015)088 pdf |

Information Retention by Stringy Black Holes PoS(PLANCK 2015)089 pdf |

The quark flavor problem and spontaneous breaking of flavour SU(3)^3 PoS(PLANCK 2015)090 pdf |

Supersymmetric Dark Matter after Run I at the LHC: From a TeV to a PeV PoS(PLANCK 2015)093 pdf |

Current Status of the T2K experiment PoS(PLANCK 2015)094 pdf |

Observable Gravitational Waves From Kinetically Modified Non-Minimal Inflation PoS(PLANCK 2015)095 pdf |

Cosmic censorship revisited from a quantum mechanical standpoint PoS(PLANCK 2015)097 pdf |

Aspects of the Flavour Expansion Theorem PoS(PLANCK 2015)098 pdf |

Large muon (g-2) from TeV-scale MSSM with infinite tan beta PoS(PLANCK 2015)099 pdf |

Anarchic Yukawas and top partial compositeness: the flavour of a successful marriage PoS(PLANCK 2015)100 pdf |

Geroch group for Einstein spaces and holographic integrability PoS(PLANCK 2015)104 pdf |

Looking for New Naturally Aligned Higgs Doublets at the LHC PoS(PLANCK 2015)105 pdf |

Gauge mediation with light stops PoS(PLANCK 2015)109 pdf |

SO(10) Yukawa Unification : SUSY on the Edge PoS(PLANCK 2015)110 pdf |

Supersymmetry and Inflation PoS(PLANCK 2015)113 pdf |

One-loop corrections to the Higgs EW chiral Lagrangian PoS(PLANCK 2015)114 pdf |

Confronting the Inert Doublet Model with results from Run 1 of the LHC PoS(PLANCK 2015)118 pdf |

A loophole to the universal photon spectrum in electromagnetic cascades: applications to non-thermal primordial nucleosynthesis PoS(PLANCK 2015)119 pdf |

GUT-inspired SUSY and the muon g-2 anomaly: Prospects for LHC 14 TeV PoS(PLANCK 2015)120 pdf |

µ-Term Hybrid Inflation and Split Supersymmetry PoS(PLANCK 2015)121 pdf |

Tadpoles, Cephalopods, and ‘Complete Normal Ordering PoS(PLANCK 2015)123 pdf |

GravitinoPack and late decays involving gravitinos PoS(PLANCK 2015)124 pdf |

Semi-Annihilating Wino-Like Dark Matter PoS(PLANCK 2015)125 pdf |

Interplay of gaugino (co)annihilation processes in the context of a precise relic density calculation PoS(PLANCK 2015)126 pdf |

Rare top-quark decays to Higgs boson in the MSSM PoS(PLANCK 2015)128 pdf attachments |

Blind spots for neutralinos in NMSSM with light singlet scalar PoS(PLANCK 2015)130 pdf |

Axion Dark Matter searches-Modulation, asymmetry and the diurnal variation PoS(PLANCK 2015)133 pdf |

METing SUSY on the Z peak PoS(PLANCK 2015)134 pdf |

A discrete Anatomy of the Neutrino mass Matrix PoS(PLANCK 2015)135 pdf |

Origin of Neutrino Mass PoS(PLANCK 2015)141 pdf |