Nagoya University
Theoretical Elementary Particle Physics Laboratory

Date&Time Tue Apr 23 2019 (13:30 - 14:30)
Michihisa Takeuchi
Affiliation KMI
Title New Physics searches at the LHC and beyond
Abstract In particle physics, there are an established model describing all particle interactions we can observe on the earth, the Standard Model. However, there are several problems in the Standard Model. Among them I am focusing on existence of the dark matter and the hierarchy problem in the Higgs sector. Both problems suggests the existence of the new particles around the TeV scale. The Large Hadron Collider is the best place for directly probing the new physics at the TeV scale and the future upgrade options are also discussed. I have been focusing on top partner searches at the LHC, and I developed the state-of-the art top tagging algorithm using jet substructures.I will show the detail of those and also discuss what else we can do and what would be interesting for direct new physics searches in future.