Physics at Virginia

"Search for Long-Lived Particles at CMS in Runs 2 and 3 and beyond"

Ang Li , University of Virginia - Department of Physics
[Host: Chris Neu]

Many physics beyond standard model predicts the existence of long-lived particles, which will travel a relatively long distance in the detector after it’s generation and leave some special signals in the detector such as displaced vertices, displaced jets and delayed leptons etc.. This talk introduces the search for displaced vertex, including event selection, vertex reconstruction and data-driven background estimation method. In the meanwhile, the talk also includes the structure and mechanics study for MIP Timing Detector, which is capable to measure the time information precisely when a charged particle pass through it and will be installed in CMS for high luminosity LHC era.

High Energy Physics Seminar
Wednesday, March 24, 2021
4:00 PM
Online, Room via Zoom
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