The New Particle Discovery at LHC with the ATLAS Experiment
Zhou, Bing - University of Michigan

2012-10-06 10:30 AM
Ann Arbor, MI - University of Michigan - 170 Dennison
Duration: 01:15:29

Bing Zhou, Professor and Associate Chair of Physics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts

After decades of searching, evidence for the existence of the Higgs boson was finally found at CERN. This is a tremendous step forward in Physics made possible through the efforts of the LHC experiments (ATLAS and CMS). Professor Zhou presents a brief history on the Higgs hunting in the past decades. She reports the experimental evidence of the new particle discovery and ongoing research related to the studies of the new particle with the ATLAS experiment.


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