The Memorial twenty-fifth Bled Workshop "What Comes Beyond the Standard Models?" will after two

''virtual '' years hopefully take place at Bled, Slovenia, from 3rd of July 2022 (Sunday,

arrival day, afternoon) to 10th of July 2022 (Sunday, departure day,morning) and

will be prolonged to Monday 11 and Tuesday 12 for the ''virtual'' sessions.

All the sessions (real or virtual) of XXV Beld Workshop "What comes beyond the Standard Models" are supprted online on the VIA platform in Zoom

https://cern.zoom.us/j/4420940189?pwd=L ... RKYW1Ydz09

Meeting ID 442 094 0189

pass code (if required) 628661

The preliminary program of workshop is given in the reply to this post and will be updated and

modified daily as necessary for talk continuations and discussions.

We will also put your presentations on the workshop homepage (see

http://bsm.fmf.uni-lj.si/bled2021bsm/). As every year, we plan to

publish printed Proceedings with the

write-ups of your talks in December 2022. You will receive detailed

instructions on this at the end of the virtual workshop and also later.

We expect informational support from MDPI journals Symmetry,

Universe, Particles, Galaxies and Physics and selected invited contributions will

be published for free, if accepted, in the corresponding special issues.

The Workshop nformation is available at the following URL:

http://bsm.fmf.uni-lj.si/bled2021bsm/

This page contains also links to maps of Bled and all other useful nformation.

The following links might be of interest:

- the links to workshop pages for previous years can be found at

http://bsm.fmf.uni-lj.si/

- home page of the previous (also virtual) 2020 workshop can be found at

http://bsm.fmf.uni-lj.si/bled2021bsm

and contains workshop announcements and presentations of most

talks, as well as the pdf of the printed workshop Proceedings

for 2021.

For previous years workshops pages can be found on analogous URLs,

by just substituting 2022 with the desired year in the above address

for the workshop home page.

- home page of Cosmovia, http://viavca.in2p3.fr/site.html, which

hosts video conferences at our (and many other) conferences for

the last several years, courtesy of Prof. Maxim Yu. Khlopov (on

the cosmovia home page go to the link for

Previous - Conferences).

Below is a detailed information on the aims and topics of this year's

workshop:

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Our workshop is organized for the purpose of answering the open

questions in the elementary particle physics and cosmology, like

(every participant can suggest a new topic):

o What is the most promising first step beyond the standard model,

explaining the assumptions of the standard model like:

* the origin of massless family members with their related spins and

charges,

* the origin of families of fermions,

* the origin of massless vector gauge fields,

* the origin of the Higgs' scalar and Yukawa couplings for massive

quarks and leptons,

* the origin of differences in masses of family members.

o And going beyond, while explaining:

* the origin of dark matter and its properties

(when comparing cosmological observation, direct detections and

all the proposed models),

* the masses and charges of the dark matter,

* the origin of the dark energy,

* the origin of ordinary matter-antimatter asymmetry.

o How to interpret the so far made searches for new physics?

* How many families shall we be able to observe at the LHC

and at which energies?

* How many scalar fields shall the LHC observe?

* What are masses of new families?

* What are properties of new scalar fields?

o Origin of the lepton number nonconservation.

* What can different models and experiments

say about the lepton number nonconservation?

o What is the origin of the two energy scales:

* the colour phase transition scale and

* the electroweak phase transition scale?

o What can strings and membranes contribute to our

understanding of elementary particle physics and

cosmology?

* What do string theories really mean?

* What kind of understanding the low energy fermions

and the vector and scalar gauge fields do they offer?

o What can the complex action bring into the understanding of the

properties of our universe?

o Why has Nature made a choice of four (noticeable) dimensions

while all the others (if existing) are hidden?

* How does the ''compactification'' occur?

* What are properties of space-time in the hidden dimensions?

o How can one understand the discrete symmetries in

Kaluza-Klein like theories?

o How can all gauge fields, including gravity and scalar fields, be unified

and quantized?

o What is the origin of the field which caused inflation?

o What can new measurements of gravitational waves contribute to

understanding cosmology (and elementary fields)?

o Quantum mechanics and the black hole singularity?

o The role of black holes in the history of the universe.

o Could the fermions have the integer spin and yet be second

quantized fields, obeying the Pauli principle?

o What can we learn from the model in which all fermions

have come by the fermionization from original bosons?

o What are the internal degrees of freedom of the second

quantized fermions and fields?

* What are the internal degrees of freedom of the second quantized

boson fields?

o Many other open problems.

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The aim of the workshop is to bring together physicists, who are

trying to find the answers to some of these and other open questions

from the field of the elementary particles and cosmology and who would

enjoy to actively discuss these questions in a small group.

In the last twenty four years we have organized workshops entitled

''What Comes Beyond the Standard Models?". They took place annually in

July since 1998 except 2018, which was in June. Each year we spent

about ten days, trying to answer the above (and other) questions in a

very pleasant and relaxing atmosphere. We have

published twenty four volumes of Proceedings to these workshops (one in

1999, and then one volume every year since 2001). In the year 2003 we

have also organized, in addition and with the help of EURESCO, the

conference titled "Euroconference on symmetries beyond the Standard

models" from 12. -- 17. of July 2003 in Portoroz, Slovenia. Proceedings

volume published in 2003 contains write-ups of the talks at this

conference.

Bled is a nice town by the lake of the same name, surrounded by

mountains, with many comfortable hotels. Home page of Bled,

containing information for visitors, is available at

http://www.bled.si in several languages.

The workshop is organized by the DMFA (Society of Mathematicians,

Physicists and Astronomers of Slovenia). The workshop is sponsored by

DMFA and Department of Physics, FMF, University of Ljubljana with the

computer equipment and supported by Beyond Semiconductor, and the

last several years by MDPI. Also Niels Bohr institute is supporting the

workshops, and all those who are paying the living expenses by

themselves, if the institutions do not pay their travel and living expenses

as well.

ONE PAGE CONTRIBUTION

You may send a one page contribution to the workshop.

SUGGESTIONS FOR DISCUSSIONS

We also suggest you to write in a few sentences the suggestions for the

open problems, which you are prepared to lead the discussions for, or

you suggest the discussions about.

PRESENTATIONS

It is planned that in the first two or three days everybody will

present her or his work in a one hour talk (although the talks

usually, because of many questions and interruptions, last much

longer).

In the rest of the workshop we shall discuss the open problems.

TITLE OF TALK.................................

We are looking forward to meeting you virtually.

Norma Susana Mankoc Borstnik, Holger Bech Nielsen, Maxim Yu. Khlopov