Probing new physics with long-lived particles
by Abner Soffer
Tel Aviv University
at Physics Colloquium
Tue, 28 May 2019, 15:30
Ilse Katz Institute for Nanoscale Science & Technology (51), room 015
Despite the amazing success of the Standard Model of particle physics, its glaring omissions clearly indicate the existence of a more fundamental theory, dubbed "new physics". Searching for new, long-lived particles is a particularly sensitive way to probe new physics in an interesting region of phase space. I will describe the physics of long-lived particles, and discuss recent ideas and opportunities in existing and future experiments.
Refreshments are served at 15:15.
Created on 21-05-2019 by Kats, Yevgeny (katsye)
Updaded on 21-05-2019 by Kats, Yevgeny (katsye)