Physics Colloquium

"Flavor Physics for Non Experts : (A Theory) Overview"

Presented by Guido Martinelli, Rome University

Tuesday, March 22, 2016, 3:30 pm — Large Seminar Room, Bldg. 510

The status of the Unitarity Triangle including the most recent results from LHC, will be presented. Different possibilities for detecting, in the quark sector, signals of physics beyond the Standard Model will be considered. The conclusion is that, even allowing for general New Physics loop contributions, the generalized Unitarity Triangle must be very close to the Standard Model one. Together with direct searches of new particles at LHC, this result strongly constraints models of New Physics.

Hosted by: Robert Pisarski

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