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Flavour physics with the LHCb experiment

KMI Experiment Seminar
2015-12-17 17:15
Franz Muheim
KMI Science Symposia (ES635)

With the Large Hadron Collider at CERN operating successfully quark flavour physics has entered a new era. Unprecented samples of beauty and charmed mesons and baryons were collected by the dedicated LHCb experiment, and by the General Purpose Detectors. This has led to new measurements of CP violation, rare decays,
charm physics, but also spectroscopy and electroweak physics. These results place strong constraints on the parameter space of many models of physics beyond the Standard Model, with a few intresting anomalies present in rare decay data. In addition, first measurements from 2015 data taking will be shown and an outlook of expected results from future LHCb data taking will be presented. Finally the status of the construction of the upgraded LHCb detector will be discussed.