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Tau physics at Belle II

Jan 11, 2022, 4:30 PM
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Parallel session talk Flavour Quark and charged lepton flavour


Zuzana Gruberova (Charles University)


The low-background environment of electron-positron collisions along with the large expected sample size and an hermetic detector make Belle II the premier experiment for studying tau-lepton physics. A competitive measurement of the mass of the tau lepton is reported based on a a small data set, and studies for world-leading measurements of tau lifetimes, foreseen with significantly less data than collected at Belle and Babar, are discussed. Perspectives on tests of lepton (flavor) universality and other searches for non-SM physics in tau decays are also outlined.

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James Libby (Indian Institute of Technology Madras (IN))

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