Physics at Virginia

"Charm Physics from CLEO-c"

Roy Briere , Carnegie Mellon University
[Host: Dinko Počanić]
The CLEO-c physics program includes studies of D(s) mesons and charmonium. Precision results are of interest for weak flavor physics, including verification of lattice QCD. Many results for D0 and D+ are already available, and Ds data taking has begun recently. Charmonium data and the energy scan used to find a Ds running point offer QCD and spectroscopy results as well. I will introduce the CLEO-c program, and illustrate its impact with a selection of recent results and future plans.
High Energy Physics Seminar
Wednesday, April 5, 2006
3:30 PM
Physics Building, Room 204
Note special room.

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