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Past Colloquia

Title              :

Belle II: Flavour physics at the intensity frontier

Speaker         : Prof. Jim Libby, IIT, Chennai
Date                : January 20, 2016
Time               : 4:00 PM
Venue            : Lecture Hall 1 (Meghnad Saha Auditorium)
Abstract        :

The Belle II detector at the SuperKEKB accelerator at KEK in Japan will probe energy scales beyond the reach of the LHC. By examining flavour-changing processes of particles produced in e+e- collisions it will attempt to resolve some of the outstanding questions in particle physics. In this colloquium, after reviewing the historical significance of flavour physics, I will discuss the physics behind the Belle II experiment and SuperKEKB. In particular its complementary nature to experiments at the energy and cosmological frontiers will be discussed.

 

 

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