The third announcement of the twenty-first workshop

“What Comes Beyond the Standard Models?"

Organizing Committee:

Norma Susana Mankoč Borštnik

Holger Bech Nielsen

Maxim Yu. Khlopov

Scientific Committee:

John Ellis (CERN and King's College London), Roman Jackiw (MIT), Masao Ninomiya (二宮 正夫) (Yukawa Institute for Theoretical Physics, Kyoto University and Mathematical Institute, Osaka-city University)

The contributions of our speakers that have been received by the present time can be found on this page. We shall keep updating it as long as we keep receiving the material.

- Quark masses, mixing and ∆F = 2 in
Neutral Mesons from a gauged SU(3)
_{F}family symmetry - by Albino Hernandez-Galeana - Inflation from supersymmetry breaking - by I. Antoniadis
- Phenomenological quark mass matrices - by Astri Kleppe
- Understanding nature with the spin-charge-family theory (How far has so far the Spin-Charge-Family theory succeeded to explain the Standard Model assumptions and the observed phenomena, making several predictions) - by N.S. Mankoč Borštnik
- A trial to understand nature with the
spin-charge-family theory (Why nature has not chosen Grassmann

rather than Clifford space to describe the fermion degrees of freedom?) - by N.S. Mankoč Borštnik, H.B.Nielsen - Symmetries of mass matrices of family members (Symmetries in all orders of corrections) - by N.S. Mankoč Borštnik, A. Hernandez Galeana
- Effective actions and HS symmetry- by Loriano Bonora
- First model independent results from DAMA/LIBRA - phase 2 - by A. Di Marco
- Generalizing String Theory, p-adic Numbers - by H.B. Nielsen, M. Ninomiya, ...
- Problems of dark matter physics - by Maxim Yu. Khlopov
- How far do we understand our Universe at this moment? - by Norma Susana Mankoč Borštnik
- Lorentzian Goldstone modes shared among photons and gravitons - by J.L.Chkareuli, J.Jejelava, Zurab Kepuladze
- Electric Dipole Moment and Dark Matter in a CP Violating Minimal Supersymmetric SM - by Tetsuo Shindou

You can also download all the talks in ZIP format (45.9 MB) - updated 11. 7. 2018.

The Proceedings are available here (PDF format, 9.0 MB) - updated 12. 12. 2018.