Physics Colloquium - Kenichi Hatakeyama

DateOctober 2, 2013
Time4:00 - 5:00 pm
LocationE 125
DescriptionThe Energy Frontier Beyond the Higgs Boson Discovery

The Higgs boson discovery announced by the CMS and ATLAS Collaborations
at CERN last year was a major milestone for particle physics. It filled in the
last missing piece of the Standard Model, established 35 years ago. Where is
particle physics headed now? The American Physical Society's Division of
Particles and Fields called for a long-term planning exercise involving the
high-energy physics community, and this "Snowmass 2013" process took
place in the United States over the course of about a year. Similarly in
Europe, a long-term planning exercise is now taking place under the direction
of the European Committee for Future Accelerators. In this colloquium, I will
discuss what we have learned from these exercises with emphasis on future
prospects of the experiments at the Large Hadron Collider.
PublisherBaylor Sciences Building
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