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Presented By: Department of Physics

HEP-Astro Seminar | Top Quark Production With Heavy Bosons

Rohin Narayan (Southern Methodist University)

Please contact Beth Demkowski, for Zoom link.

The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) is the worlds highest energy particle accelerator. With intense proton beams colliding at very high energies and high rates, the LHC is effectively a “top quark factory” that allows for the precise measurement of properties of the top quark. With the large LHC data, now it is also possible to measure rare processes involving top-quarks. Processes like top anti-top pair production along with other particles, for example Higgs boson or the electroweak force carriers W/Z has been observed at the LHC. Precise measurement of these processes have implications on the Standard Model of particle physics and even in cosmology. Recent results from the measurement of these rare top quark processes will be discussed in this talk.

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