Grad students can apply now for ComSciCon’18!
Applications are now open for the Communicating Science 2018 workshop, to be held in Boston, MA on June 14-16, 2018!Read more.
A Moriond Retrospective: New Results from the LHC Experiments
Hi ParticleBiters! In lieu of a typical HEP paper summary this month, I’m linking a comprehensive overview of the newRead more.
Why Electroweak SUSY is the Next Big Thing
Title: “Search for new physics in events with two low momentum opposite-sign leptons and missing transverse energy at s =Read more.
Beauty-full exotic bound states at the LHC
Article: Beauty-full Tetraquarks Authors: Yang Bai, Sida Lu, and James Osborn Reference: https://arxiv.org/abs/1612.00012 Good Day Nibblers, As you probably alreadyRead more.
It’s A Wrap! Summary of ATLAS Updates from 2016
Article: Latest ATLAS results from Run 2 Authors: Claudia Gemme on behalf of the ATLAS Collaboration Reference: arXiv:1612.01987 2016 certainlyRead more.
Are you smarter than an ATLAS algorithm?
Article: ‘That looks weird’ — evaluating citizen scientists’ ability to detect unusual features in ATLAS images of LHC collisions Authors: A.J.Read more.
Studying the Higgs via Top Quark Couplings
Article: “Implications of CP-violating Top-Higgs Couplings at LHC and Higgs Factories” Authors: Archil Kobakhidze, Ning Liu, Lei Wu, and JasonRead more.
The end of the Universe?
Hello nibblers, Don’t worry, my title doesn’t refer to the recent US election. Only to the end of the UniverseRead more.
Saving SUSY: Interpreting the 3.3σ ATLAS Stop Excess
Article: Surviving scenario of stop decays for ATLAS l+jets+E_T^miss search Authors: Chengcheng Han, Mihoko M. Nojiri, Michihisa Takeuchi, and Tsutomu T. YanagidaRead more.
What Happens When Energy Goes Missing?
Title: “Performance of algorithms that reconstruct missing transverse momentum in s = √8 TeV proton–proton collisions in the ATLAS detector”Read more.
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