Nuclear Physics Seminar

"Flavor physics in the forward region: LHCb highlights from the pandemic"

Presented by Cameron Dean, LANL

Tuesday, February 1, 2022, 11:00 am — Videoconference / Virtual Event (see link below)

Abstract: The pandemic has dramatically changed the world's approach to work life. One difference noted by those in the high energy community was an increase in time devoted to physics analyses. This talk will focus on three papers produced by the Los Alamos LHCb team during the pandemic; the observation of time-dependent CP violation in B_s0 mesons, multiplicity-dependent modification of tetraquark candidates and the separation of chi_c states in heavy ion collisions.

Hosted by: Takao Sakaguchi

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