Physics Colloquium Series - Stephen Sekula, Ph.D.

DateNovember 13, 2013
Time4:00 - 5:30 pm
LocationBSB E.125
DescriptionSearches for Additional Higgs Bosons Using the ATLAS Detector

The discovery by both the CMS and ATLAS Collaborations of a Standard Model-like Higgs boson has opened a new era in the study of the Standard Model (SM). In addition, many efforts are underway to search for additional Higgs bosons in order to determine if there is a more general theory of nature than the SM. Such extensions of the SM often require the addition of other Higgs bosons. In this talk, I will discuss efforts by the ATLAS Collaboration to search for such beyond-the-Standard Model
Higgs bosons, with interpretations of these searches in both model-independent and
model-dependent contexts.

Reception at 3:40 in BSB.311

Dr. Stephen Sekula is Assistant Professor in the Deptarment of Physics at Southern Methodist Univeristy.
PublisherBaylor Sciences Building
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