December 1, 2018
Lawrence Berkeley National Lab
US/Pacific timezone

Probing new physics using non-pointing and delayed photons with the ATLAS detector

Dec 1, 2018, 3:00 PM
10m
Building 50 Auditorium (Lawrence Berkeley National Lab)

Building 50 Auditorium

Lawrence Berkeley National Lab

Speaker

Sai Santpur

Description

ATLAS detector's Liquid Argon electromagnetic calorimeter is capable of precisely measuring photon's timing and pointing. This allows us to uniquely probe physics beyond the standard model that involves neutral long-lived particles that decay into photons. In this presentation, I will describe how ATLAS measures photon pointing and timing, summarize the results from Run 1 analysis and shed a light on the on-going Run 2 analysis.

Session Lightning Round (5+3 min)

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