The identification of jets coming from heavy-flavor quarks, namely bottom and charm quarks, is an important and non-trivial task at the LHC experiments. The classification of jets coming from bottom and anti-bottom quarks at the LHCb experiment would allow to perform physics measurements, such as the forward-central charge asymmetry, to constrain the Standard Model predictions and/or find...
The search for supersymmetric particles is one of the major goals of the
Large Hadron Collider (LHC). Supersymmetric top searches play a very
important role in this respect, but the unprecedented collision rate to be
attained at the next high luminosity phase of the LHC poses new challenges
for the separation between any new signal and the standard model
background. Quantum computing...