Physics Colloquium: Testing the Standard Model with Kaons

Prof. Phil Rubin, George Mason University

The very successful Standard Model of particle physics makes specific and testable predictions about the behaviors of elementary particles.  Specifically, it constrains the rate at which quarks transform into one another via the weak interaction.  We describe some high precision strange-quark transition measurements (kaons are the lightest particles containing a strange quark) at CERN which aim to test these Standard Model predictions to the limit of current theoretical understanding, and thereby seek indirect evidence for new physics beyond the Standard Model.

Tuesday, September 19 at 3:15pm

Regents Hall, 109
3700 O St. NW

Event Type

Research

Audience

Students, Faculty/Staff, Public

Departments

Georgetown College, Physics

Tags

colloquium

Presenter

Prof. Phil Rubin, George Mason University

Event Contact Name

Jeff Urbach

Event Contact Email

urbachj@georgetown.edu

Subscribe
Google Calendar iCal Outlook

Recent Activity