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Strongly interacting theories beyond the Standard Model

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Novel technicolor theories have been proposed, that could be viable candidates to describe physics beyond the standard Model, to be unveiled at the LHC . Lattice simulations are a privileged tool to investigate the nonperturbative behaviour of these theories. I present results from recent lattice simulations, and discuss their implications for phenomenology.

This talk is part of the Theoretical Physics Colloquium series.

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