"From actions to answers: flavour physics from lattice gauge theory"
Presented by Peter Boyle, BNL
Tuesday, February 25, 2020, 3:30 pm — Large Seminar Room, Bldg. 510
Lattice gauge theory is a numerical approach to the Feynman path integral, and is the only systematically improvable approach to make theoretical predictions of hadronic properties from the underlying theory of quarks and gluons. I will present theoretical numerical calculations of hadronic properties that represent theoretical input to flavour physics, quark flavour mixing, and standard model CP violation in the Kaon, D and B mesons. These lead to constraints on CKM flavour mixing constants of the standard model, and searches for new physics.
Hosted by: Hooman Davoudiasl
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