High Energy (Experiment+Phenomenology) B

Chair Information
Yevgeny Kats
Weissman Aquarium
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Lectures for this program:

Lecture Time Speaker Lecture subject
16:00-16:20 (invited) Yonit Hochberg New Directions for Dark Matter Detection
I will present new proposals for the direct detection of light dark matter which hold much promise.
16:20-16:30 Gonzalo Martinez Lema [1] Color centers: a new technique to detect low-mass dark matter
In the last decades there have been many attempts to discover dark matter (DM). So far the efforts have established very...
16:30-16:40 Ophir Turetz Development of a data driven approach for a general search for new particle physics
Since the discovery of the Higgs boson in 2012 no new particle physics has been found.
16:40-16:50 Ta'el Coren A data driven search for lepton flavour violating Z decays
he standard model predicts lepton flavour conservation. However, as evidenced by neutrino oscillations, lepton flavour i...
16:50-17:00 Yehonatan Viernik CP Violation and Electroweak Baryogenesis in SMEFT
We explore the implications of the Standard Model effective field theory with dimension- six terms involving the Higgs b...
17:00-17:10 Emilie Bertholet Extraction of the CKM phase γ using charmless 3-body B-meson decays
Precision measurements of the CKM parameters can be used as a probe for new physics as they allow to test the unitarity...
17:10-17:20 Minakshi Nayak Search for a Sterile Neutrino in τ Decays at B-factories
We propose a new method to search for a sterile neutrino that mixes predominantly with a τ-neutrino and is lighter...
17:20-17:30 Michael Pitt Diffractive physics at the LHC with tagged forward protons
Diffractive proton-proton interactions, where one or two of the protons remain intact, are an important part of the phys...