Nagoya University: Kobayashi-Maskawa Institute for the Origin of Particles and the Universe (KMI)

Nagoya University


KMI Experiment Seminar
"Recent results from LHCb: first cracks of the Standard Model? "
Marcello Rotondo
(INFN Frascati)
July 19, 2017 (Wed) 16:30-
KMI Science Symposia (ES635)

The LHCb experiment, located at the LHC at CERN, produced almost 400 papers to date on a very broad physics program that spans from searches of rare processes, to high precision measurements and study of exotic QCD phenomena and nuclear matter. I will glimpse the most recent LHCb results, focusing on analyses related to semileptonic B-->K(*)l+l- decays and semi-tauonic B decays, that show intriguing anomalies that, if confirmed by further measurements, point clearly to Physics Beyond the SM. I will show how these measurements have been performed in LHCb, how these constrain New Physics scenario, and finally I will discuss about the prospects at the end of Run2 and beyond.