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Higgs Boson Discovery at the LHC By C.M. Scoby
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The Standard Model (SM) describes fundamental particles. The Higgs boson is the only SM particle that has not yet been discovered. It part of the mechanism that explains how other particles gain... More > mass. The precise mass value of the Higgs is incalculable. Experiments have been unable to observe it. The Large Hadron Collider at CERN will provide access to a new energy regime that will offer many channels for a potential discovery of the Higgs. The ``Golden mode'' for Higgs discovery features decay to two Z particles, with both Zs decaying to leptonic final states. An attempt is made to explore analyses of Higgs decay kinematics that may be more sensitive to the Higgs signal. Since data does not yet exist, analysis is done with Monte Carlo generated events. The analysis presented here will focus on Higgs decaying to two or more leptons, and will develop a kinematical signature for this production channel for events collected in an integrated luminosity of 1 inverse femtobarn.< Less
Higgs Boson Discovery at the LHC By C.M. Scoby
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The Standard Model (SM) describes fundamental particles. The Higgs boson is the only SM particle that has not yet been discovered. It part of the mechanism that explains how other particles gain... More > mass. The precise mass value of the Higgs is incalculable. Experiments have been unable to observe it. The Large Hadron Collider at CERN will provide access to a new energy regime that will offer many channels for a potential discovery of the Higgs. The ``Golden mode'' for Higgs discovery features decay to two Z particles, with both Zs decaying to leptonic final states. An attempt is made to explore analyses of Higgs decay kinematics that may be more sensitive to the Higgs signal. Since data does not yet exist, analysis is done with Monte Carlo generated events. The analysis presented here will focus on Higgs decaying to two or more leptons, and will develop a kinematical signature for this production channel for events collected in an integrated luminosity of 1 inverse femtobarn.< Less
Search for long lived massive particles at the LHC By Morten Dam Jørgensen
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The Large Hadron Collider at CERN delivered its first data in 2010. One of the first results from the collider was a search for new types of matter. This thesis describes one of these searches for a... More > type of matter called R-Hadrons, long-lived particles that could be detected at the LHC. The book describes the basic elements of the search, from theoretical motivations, through the experimental setup and devices a new way of searching for long-lived particles in calorimeters.< Less
Low-Data Investigation of Higgs Boson Discovery at the LHC By C.M. Scoby
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The Standard Model (SM) describes fundamental particles. The Higgs boson is the only SM particle that has not yet been discovered. It part of the mechanism that explains how other particles gain... More > mass. The precise mass value of the Higgs is incalculable. Experiments have been unable to observe it. The Large Hadron Collider at CERN will provide access to a new energy regime that will offer many channels for a potential discovery of the Higgs. The ``Golden mode'' for Higgs discovery features decay to two Z particles, with both Zs decaying to leptonic final states. An attempt is made to explore analyses of Higgs decay kinematics that may be more sensitive to the Higgs signal. Since data does not yet exist, analysis is done with Monte Carlo generated events. The analysis presented here will focus on Higgs decaying to two or more leptons, and will develop a kinematical signature for this production channel for events collected in an integrated luminosity of 1 inverse femtobarn.< Less
Low-Data Investigation of Higgs Boson Discovery at the LHC By C.M. Scoby
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The Standard Model (SM) describes fundamental particles. The Higgs boson is the only SM particle that has not yet been discovered. It part of the mechanism that explains how other particles gain... More > mass. The precise mass value of the Higgs is incalculable. Experiments have been unable to observe it. The Large Hadron Collider at CERN will provide access to a new energy regime that will offer many channels for a potential discovery of the Higgs. The ``Golden mode'' for Higgs discovery features decay to two Z particles, with both Zs decaying to leptonic final states. An attempt is made to explore analyses of Higgs decay kinematics that may be more sensitive to the Higgs signal. Since data does not yet exist, analysis is done with Monte Carlo generated events. The analysis presented here will focus on Higgs decaying to two or more leptons, and will develop a kinematical signature for this production channel for events collected in an integrated luminosity of 1 inverse femtobarn.< Less
Low-Data Investigation of Higgs Boson Discovery at the LHC By C.M. Scoby
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The Standard Model (SM) describes fundamental particles. The Higgs boson is the only SM particle that has not yet been discovered. It part of the mechanism that explains how other particles gain... More > mass. The precise mass value of the Higgs is incalculable. Experiments have been unable to observe it. The Large Hadron Collider at CERN will provide access to a new energy regime that will offer many channels for a potential discovery of the Higgs. The ``Golden mode'' for Higgs discovery features decay to two Z particles, with both Zs decaying to leptonic final states. An attempt is made to explore analyses of Higgs decay kinematics that may be more sensitive to the Higgs signal. Since data does not yet exist, analysis is done with Monte Carlo generated events. The analysis presented here will focus on Higgs decaying to two or more leptons, and will develop a kinematical signature for this production channel for events collected in an integrated luminosity of 1 inverse femtobarn.< Less
Low-Data Investigation of Higgs Boson Discovery at the LHC By C.M. Scoby
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The Standard Model (SM) describes fundamental particles. The Higgs boson is the only SM particle that has not yet been discovered. It part of the mechanism that explains how other particles gain... More > mass. The precise mass value of the Higgs is incalculable. Experiments have been unable to observe it. The Large Hadron Collider at CERN will provide access to a new energy regime that will offer many channels for a potential discovery of the Higgs. The ``Golden mode'' for Higgs discovery features decay to two Z particles, with both Zs decaying to leptonic final states. An attempt is made to explore analyses of Higgs decay kinematics that may be more sensitive to the Higgs signal. Since data does not yet exist, analysis is done with Monte Carlo generated events. The analysis presented here will focus on Higgs decaying to two or more leptons, and will develop a kinematical signature for this production channel for events collected in an integrated luminosity of 1 inverse femtobarn.< Less
Search for long lived massive particles with the ATLAS detector at the LHC By Morten Dam Jørgensen
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The Large Hadron Collider at CERN delivered its first data in 2010. One of the first results from the collider was a search for new types of matter. This thesis describes one of these searches for a... More > type of matter called R-Hadrons, long-lived particles that could be detected at the LHC. The book describes the basic elements of the search, from theoretical motivations, through the experimental setup and devices a new way of searching for long-lived particles in calorimeters.< Less
Large Hadron Collider By Klaudio Zic
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November 23rd 2009 LHC update. 4957pp PDF.
Collisions. Espionage and Cybercrime in Science By Jan H. van Bemmel
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In the waning years of the Soviet Union, scientific research falls far behind. Vasili, head of the KGB, tries to gain Western knowledge by espionage. He persuades Dmitri, a physicist, to defect to... More > the USA. Dmitri obtains a position at NSF and later at FermiLab,while remaining entangled in the KGB web. After the disintegration of the Soviet Union, Vasili becomes very powerful and wants to strengthen science in the new Russia. He asks Dmitri to return home, because Russian knowledge needs upgrading. Dmitri is appointed director of IHEP in Moscow. He is not successful, because the best Russian scientists have emigrated to the West. Blackmail and intimidation pursue him. To escape Vasili’s influence, Dmitri accepts a job at CERN in Geneva, where the largest particle accelerator in the world, the Large Hadron Collider,is under construction. Vasili now wants revenge. When he does not succeed in obtaining Western knowledge through espionage and cybercrime, he wants to ruin Dmitri and to obstruct research at CERN.< Less