Test the Standard Model and Search for New Physics Using Boosted Jets at ATLAS

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Date/Time:Monday, 05 Mar 2012 from 4:00 pm to 4:50 pm
Location:Physics Hall Room 5
Phone:515-294-5441
Channel:Colloquium
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Dr. Chunhui Chen (Dept of Physics & Astronomy, Iowa State University)

With its unprecedented energy and extremely high rate of proton-proton collisions, the Large Hadron Collider at CERN can produce some rare phenomena that involve highly massive particles which were not observable using earlier generations of the accelerators. Finally we will be able to shed light on the Higgs boson, the final missing piece of the standard model, as well as new physics theories of particle physics beyond the standard model. In this talk, I will present several recent measurements to test the standard model from ATLAS experiment using jets. I will also describe a novel new technique and its application to search for new physics phenomena at LHC using boosted jets.