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UC Davis Particle Physics Seminars
This album features seminars on theoretical and experimental particle physics. Topics include supersymmetry, the Large Hadron Collider, electroweak symmetry breaking, cosmology and gravity.
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Events with three or more prompt leptons are rare at hadron colliders. At the LHC, where high interaction energies and rates create extremely busy final states, such multilepton events are well suited as a probe for new physics beyond the Standard Model (BSM). Mike Hance describes some recent...
Published 10/30/12
The July 4th announcement of the discovery of a Higgs-like particle at CERN LHC is only the beginning of a challenging program of "Higgs Identification" to establish the quantum numbers and couplings of the new particle, and to reveal its relationship, if any, to electroweak symmetry-breaking and...
Published 10/29/12
Jet substructure is typically studied using clustering algorithms, such as kT, which arrange the jets' constituents into trees. Instead of considering a single tree per jet, Tuhin Roy proposes that multiple trees should be considered, weighted by an appropriate metric. Then each jet in each event...
Published 10/23/12
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