September 27, 2021 to October 1, 2021
Indiana University
America/Indiana/Indianapolis timezone

Searches for new physics with leptons using the ATLAS detector

Sep 27, 2021, 2:20 PM
20m
Virtual (Indiana University)

Virtual

Indiana University

Speaker

Matteo Franchini (University of Bologna and INFN (IT))

Description

Many theories beyond the Standard Model predict new phenomena, such as Z’, W’ bosons, or heavy leptons, in final states with isolated, high-pt leptons (e/mu/tau). Searches for new physics with such signatures, produced either resonantly or non-resonantly, are performed using the ATLAS experiment at the LHC. This includes a novel search that exploits the lepton-charge asymmetry in events with an electron and muon pair. Lepton flavor violation (LVF) is a striking signature of potential beyond the Standard Model physics. The search for LFV with the ATLAS detector focuses on the decay of the Z boson into different flavour leptons (e/mu/tau). The recent 13 TeV pp results will be reported.

Primary author

Matteo Franchini (University of Bologna and INFN (IT))

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