CMS Korea/LHC Theory Joint Seminar

Europe/Zurich
588-R-011 - KCMS Conference Room (CERN)

588-R-011 - KCMS Conference Room

CERN

EVO Meeting URL
Participants
  • Byounghoon Lee
  • Chul Kim
  • Dong Ho Moon
  • DOYOUN Kim
  • Hyun Min Lee
  • Hyun Yong Jo
  • Hyunchul Kim
  • Hyunkwan Seo
  • Inkyu Park
  • Jae Yool Kim
  • Jihun Kim
  • Jinn-Ouk Gong
  • Junghwan Goh
  • Mihee Jo
  • Min Suk Kim
  • Sanghyeon Song
  • Sangryul Ro
  • Seo Kon Kang
  • Seong Gu Heo
  • Sung.Keun Park
  • Sungeun Lee
  • Sunghyun Chang
  • Tae Jeong Kim
  • Tae Yeon Kim
  • Yongjin Cho
  • Young Kyu Choi
  • Zero Kim
    • 11:00 12:30
      Basic concepts for QCD and collider physics 1h 30m 588-R-011 - KCMS Conference Room

      588-R-011 - KCMS Conference Room

      CERN

      Abstract: We review basic concepts for QCD and collider physics. In order to study LHC physics we have to understand strong interactions arising from QCD, which gives huge corrections to our interesting signals. Fortunately the strong interactions are controllable and can be computed at the high energy scale while the interactions at the low energy still remain hardly predictable. So it is important to separate the short distance and long distance strong interactions, which can be done in the framework QCD factorization. For the hadronic scattering such as pp collision, the parton distribution function is responsible for the long distance interactions. We also consider how it can be applied to physical observables in the hadron collider.
      Speaker: Chul Kim
      Basic concepts for QCD and collider physics
      
      Abstract:
      We review basic concepts for QCD and collider physics. In order to study LHC physics we have to understand strong interactions arising from QCD, which gives huge corrections to our interesting signals. Fortunately the strong interactions are controllable and can be computed at the high energy scale while the interactions at the low energy still remain hardly predictable. So it is important to separate the short distance and long distance strong interactions, which can be done in the framework QCD factorization. For the hadronic scattering such as pp collision, the parton distribution function is responsible for the long distance interactions. We also consider how it can be applied to physical observables in the hadron collider. 

    • 12:30 14:00
      Lunch-time questions 1h 30m 588-R-011 - KCMS Conference Room

      588-R-011 - KCMS Conference Room

      CERN

    • 11:00 12:30
      Supersymmetry at the LHC 1h 30m 588-R-011 - KCMS Conference Room

      588-R-011 - KCMS Conference Room

      CERN

      Abstract: Supersymmetry (SUSY) has been one of the best candidates beyond the Standard Model, being searched for new physics at the LHC. In this talk, we first review on SUSY and its breakdown. Then we discuss the discovery potential of SUSY particles in the early run at LHC.
      Speaker: Hyun Min Lee
      Slides
    • 12:30 14:00
      Lunch-time discussion 1h 30m 588-R-011 - KCMS Conference Room

      588-R-011 - KCMS Conference Room

      CERN

    • 10:00 14:00
      Banquet 4h St. Genis

      St. Genis

      playground nearby Ecole
      Map
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