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2020 01 22 : Particle Physics Seminar : Dijet Evolution

Dijet Evolution

  • Date 22 Jan 2020
  • Time 15:30 - 16:30
  • Category Seminar

Dr. Lydia Beresford (University of Oxford)

The observation of a new resonance would be powerful evidence for new physics beyond the Standard Model. Searching for such new resonances at the LHC via their decay to pairs of quarks or gluons is a natural and broad search for new physics. Pairs of quarks or gluons can be reconstructed as a pair of hadronic jets (dijet) in the detector. In this talk I will discuss how dijet searches have evolved at the LHC, from initial high mass searches to accessing the challenging low mass region using novel techniques. I will also explore future directions that dijet searches may take.

 

Location : T125

2020 01 22 PPSeminar Beresford

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