Institut de recherche en mathematique et physique (IRMP)

Center for Cosmology, Particle Physics and Phenomenology (CP3)

Secteur des sciences et technologies
Invited seminars

Flavor anomalies: where are we?

by Dr. Javier Virto (MIT)

Tuesday, 6 March 2018 from to (Europe/Brussels)
at Cyclotron ( 1-3rd floor-E.349 - Seminar room (E.349) )
Evidence for physics beyond the standard model in certain B-meson decays has been piling up during the last 5-6 years, through measurements of many different modes and observables. While the significance of the deviations each single observable is not by itself large enough or unambiguous, this is arguably the largest set of coherent deviations since the establishment of the Standard Model. I will explain how we got here, why we can make such claim, and what can we expect in the future.