The workshop is focused on those areas of particle physics phenomenology where the experimental activity is going to be most relevant during the next few years: the physics of the LHC and flavour factories. The discovery, at the LHC, of a scalar boson with the expected properties of the SM Higgs has opened new perspectives in the study of the dynamics associated to such scalar sector, and its possible extensions. In its new phase at higher energies, the LHC could reveal new degrees of freedom around or above the energy scale of 1 TeV, probably uncovering additional sources of flavour and CP violation. In parallel, there is an intense activity in flavour physics with several experiments currently running, or planned, around the world to measure the transitions from one flavour to another with high precision.
The workshop covers a broad range of phenomenological aspects, including a proper treatment of the strong interactions (both perturbative and non-perturbative), improved theoretical tools for higher-order calculations and detailed investigations of the implications of the electroweak spontaneous symmetry breaking, both at high energies and in flavour physics.