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HEP-Astro Seminar | Flavour Anomalies and Exotic States at the LHCb Experiment

Konstantinos Petridis (University of Bristol)

Please contact Beth Demkowski, demkowsk@umich.edu for Zoom link.

Over the past 5 years, the LHCb collaboration has performed a suite of measurements involving the properties of B-hadron decays that appear to be in tension with SM predictions.These measurements point to the existence of a new particle, such as a Lepto-Quark, with non-universal lepton couplings. At the same time, the LHCb collaboration has revealed the existence of multiple new exotic hadrons with different quark content that could provide new insight into our understanding of the strong interaction. In this seminar, we will review both these topics, their interpretations, as well as plans with upcoming upgrades of the detector.

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