future events

Searching for new physics in the messiest events at the LHC

Speaker:Enrique Kajomovitz
Affiliation:Technion, Physics Department
Time:14:30 - 15:30
Location:Lidow Rosen Auditorium (323)

Since the formulation of the Standard Model in the 1970s, experiments 

have demonstrated time and again the ability of  this simple theory to 

describe with exquisite precision the  physics of particles and their 


The Standard Model, however, does not describe important phenomena 

such as the matter abundance in the universe and Dark Matter. 

The LHC experiments allow us to probe the interactions of particles at 

previously inaccessible energies.  In this talk I will discuss how we 

look for physics beyond the Standard Model in some of the messiest 

events at the LHC.