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Prof. Vladimir Gligorov: Real-time precision searches for New Physics

Date: 28. 3. 2017
Source: Monday physics colloquium
Ponedeljek, 3. april 2017, ob 16:15 v predavalnici F1, FMF UL, Jadranska 19, Ljubljana

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Real-time precision searches for New Physics

Prof. Vladimir Gligorov

Laboratoire de physique nucléaire et de hautes énergies, CNRS - University Paris Diderot, Paris, France

In 2015 LHCb became the first HEP experiment to be fully aligned, calibrated, and have its data reconstructed and analyzed in real-time. I will discuss the physics motivation for this development, in particular how it will expand LHCb’s ability to search for  physics beyond the Standard Model. I will also cover its importance to the upgrade of both LHCb and other LHC experiments, and the technical challenges which were overcome in the implementation.