May 22 – 28, 2011
Centre Bonlieu
Europe/Zurich timezone

Quarkonium production at the LHC: QCD corrections and new observables

May 24, 2011, 4:40 PM
Salon Ravel AB (Imperial Palace)

Salon Ravel AB

Imperial Palace

Parallel Heavy flavor and quarkonia production Heavy flavors


Dr Jean-Philippe Lansberg (IPNO, Université Paris-Sud 11)


I will discuss the impact of QCD corrections on the P_T differential cross section for quarkonium production in pp collisions at RHIC, Tevatron and LHC energies, as well as the contributions from charm-gluon fusion. I will present comparisons between the predictions of the Color Singlet Model up to alpha_s^5 with the first LHC data both for J/psi and Upsilon. I will also show predictions for the polarisation to be compared with the forthcoming LHC results. Finally, I will motivate the introduction of new observables meant to better discriminate between the different mechanisms at work in quarkonium production at the LHC.

Primary author

Dr Jean-Philippe Lansberg (IPNO, Université Paris-Sud 11)

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