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String Phenomenology 2015


String theory provides a unified framework to describe the matter particles and fundamental interactions consistently at the quantum level. String phenomenology is the branch of string theory that aims to connect this subject to particle physics and cosmology. As we approach the new LHC run, and as new observational data refine our understanding about the early universe, this is a most timely moment to explore the connections between the properties of string compactifications and the forthcoming new data.

String Pheno 2015 will be an opportunity for bringing together researchers aiming to connect fundamental and observable physics. The conference includes invited plenary talks as well as parallel sessions. We particularly welcome and encourage the participation of younger researchers.
This is the 14th conference in the String Phenomenology Conference series.

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