Linnaeus Physics Colloquium: The Large Hadron Collider vs The Standard Model

Welcome to Linnaeus Physics Colloquium, a series of seminars delivered by renowned researchers in physics.

The picture represents the production of a Higgs boson, followed by its decay into four muons. Credit: courtesy of the ATLAS experiment at CERN.

Lecturer: Professor Gabriele Ferretti, Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden
Title: The Large Hadron Collider vs The Standard Model

Place: Kalmar – room N304, Norrgård. Växjö – through link, room D0073, building D. Live – through Adobe Connect, https://connect.sunet.se/cmp-kalmar.

Coffee and buns at 13.45 at Norrgård, room N304.

Abstract

In an underground tunnel near Geneva there is an ongoing battle between the largest machine ever built (the Large Hadron Collider) and the most successful theory of sub-nuclear physics ever constructed (the Standard Model). I will introduce the two contenders, discuss their strengths and their weakness and speculate on what the final outcome of this fight could be and what it could mean.

 

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