Rencontres de moriond ew 2016

Rencontres de moriond ew 2016

talk will present the most recent results of xenon100 where exclusion limits are set on several leptophillic dark matter models and on the event rate modulation of electronic recoils. an initial approach towards a neutrino search using the current icecube as well as first efforts to improve the detection efficiency in the future will be presented. neutrino mass models at the lhc through pp--> l^+ l^- +e_{miss}. search for a higgs boson decaying to two photons has been performed by the cms collaboration at the lhc experiment using pp collisions at a center-of-mass energy of 13tev with an integrated luminosity of 2./fb of data taken in 2011 by lhcb, the world average of $\delta a_{cp}$ was showing a . a measurement of the electromagnetic transition form factor slope of the neutral pion in the time-like region from ~1 million fully reconstructed $\pi^0$ dalitz decay is presented. the latter assumption implies non-trivial correlations that do not allow to saturate all model-independent bounds. results will be presented from the analysis of open charm b-decays, sensitive to the ckm angle gamma, from the run 1 lhcb dataset. of the rare decays of b mesons to muon pairs with the atlas detector at lhc run 1. we show that these sterile neutrinos, if real, could very substantially affect the interpretation of future long-baseline measurements, such as those of the deep underground neutrino experiment (dune). we determine the dominant interactions of gauge bosons and the physical higgs particle h to a scalar singlet dark matter candidate. this talk will discuss the novel analysis that enabled a search for sterile neutrinos covering five orders of magnitude in the mass splitting and setting a limit in the previously unexplored regions in the parameter space $\delta m^{2}_{41} - \theta_{24}$. na62 experiment at cern sps collected a large sample of charged kaon decays with a highly efficient trigger for decays into electrons in 2007 using the experimental setup of the earlier kaon experiment at cern na48/2. new upper limit on the rate of the lepton number violating decay $k^{\pm} \rightarrow \pi^{\mp} \mu^{\pm} \mu^{\pm}$ obtained from this sample is reported: . (tokai to kamioka) is the world's first off-axis designed long-baseline experiment that was built for precision measurement of neutrino oscillations., the lhc has found several anomalies in exclusive semileptonic b --> s l l decays with a combined significance of more than 4 sigma. provides a unique test of energies around ^{(14-16)}$ gev,Which are unreachable by accelerators and which could also be., a new mechanism to generate a naturally small electroweak scale has been proposed, the so-called "relaxion" . the experiment additionally is a platform for the research and development needed for future planned lartpc experiments. it has been operating at soudan underground laboratory between march 2012 and december 2015. overview over recent measurements of top quark properties from the cdf and d0 experiments at the tevatron proton-antiproton collider is given. production processes sensitive to vector-boson fusion and vector-boson scattering are also presented and compared to standard model expectations. in these models, gluinos with masses as high as 1600 gev are excluded at 95% cl for scenarios with low $\tilde{\chi}_{1}^{0}$ mass, exceeding the limits set in run i by more than 200 gev. this branching fraction includes singly-charmed $b^0$ decays only and is obtained by removing the dominant doubly-charmed $b^0$ decay contribution from the contaminated branching fraction of $(7. probing top quark couplings with the other fundamental particles open a window to physics beyond the standard model. as these distributions are difficult to model in simulation, we model them using dedicated techniques and control regions in data for each background process. i give a classification to the precision measurements (edms, lepton flavour violation, g-2, quark flavour etc) as to whether they provide the senstivity to new physics in the uv, ir or both. la création de compte est modérée, merci d'attendre leur validation. the discovery of a higgs-like boson by the atlas and cms experiments at the lhc, the emphasis has shifted towards measurements of its properties and the search in the less sensitive channels in order to determine whether the new particle is the standard model (sm) higgs boson.

search for a heavy, cp-odd higgs boson, a, decaying into a z boson and a cp-even higgs boson, h, with a mass of 125 gev is performed using the atlas detector at the large hadron collider. in this talk we will present the final cuore-0 analysis on neutrinoless double beta decay and the corresponding detector performance. this new context deeply affects the dark matter relic abundance, as well as the expected signals in direct and indirect searches and collider phenomenology, where dark matter production rates are enhanced with respect to the standard portal. precise o(10 mev) measurement of the w boson mass is a stringent test of the standard model. finally, we consider the predictions of these models about the recently measured diboson and diphoton anomalies. the data samplesof e+e− and μ+μ− events collected by the cdf detector correspond to the full 9. final states including high-momentum multi-jet signatures often dominate beyond standard model phenomena, in particular as decay products of new heavy particles. by characterising the available parameter space of the extended higgs sector we discover that the preferred electroweak alignment angle is centred around θ ≃ 0. after a brief discussion of the hadronic uncertainties entering the theoretical prediction for the relevant decays, i present an interpretation of the data in terms of new physics. the quality of data acquired in view of the final measurement will be presented. our models allow to address presently observed deviations from the sm and specific correlations among the new physics contributions to the wilson coefficients $c^{(\prime)\ell}_{9,10}$ can be tested in $b\to s\ell^+\ell^-$ transitions. gaussian standard deviations, respectively, and measurements of their branching fractions. we gave a measurement of the neutrino oscillation parameters of $\theta_{13}$ and $|\delta m_{ee}^2|$ in the three-neutrino framework. after two month beam commissioning period, first collisions were delivered in june 2015. cp violation searches using prompt 2-body charm decays at lhcb. together, the atlas, cms and lhcb detectors provide precision coverage over an absolute rapidity range from 0 to 4. physics potential for b-baryon decays has been relatively untapped until the advent of the lhc, and as such important questions still exist of their fundamental properties, such as whether their decays exhibit cp violation. search for direct $cp$ violation in the up-type quark sector is performed using pp collision data, corresponding to an integrated luminosity of 3fb$^{-1}$, collected using the lhcb detector at centre-of-mass energies of 7 and 8 tev. focusing on higgs-portal models with fermion dark matter, i will present the search strategies and prospects to find such mediators at the lhc. the improvements to track reconstruction algorithms for the atlas inner detector with run-2 data from the lhc. study of the rare decays $b^0_s \to \mu^+\mu^-$ and $b^0 \to \mu^+\mu^-$ has been performed using 25 fb$^{-1}$ of integrated luminosity collected with the atlas detector during lhc run 1. higgs portal to scalar dark matter is considered in the context of non-linearly realised electroweak symmetry breaking. in this presentation a review of atlas and cms results in the search for the higgs boson in muon, tau-lepton, b-quark pair decay channels will be given. the results are interpreted as limits on simplified susy models. sensitivity of the icecube neutrino observatory, located at the geographical south pole, to solar flares is currently under study. and properties of the higgs boson ; searches for new physics ; phenomenology of physics beyond the standard model properties of the top quark ; production and decay of b and c quarks ; high pt qcd physics ; heavy ion collisions ; recent developments in qcd ; new theoretical developments in particle physics ; small x, saturation, forward and spin physics. we explore the degree to which future short-baseline experiments, should they prove to be negative, need to constrain sterile-active mixing to ensure that long-baseline experiments can safely disregard the possibility that light sterile neutrinos exist. \times 10^{-11}$ at 90% cl, which improves by more than an order of magnitude upon the previous measurements. 161)by pagano, drare decays at lhcb by langenbruch, christophsingle top physics at atlas and cms by zur nedden, martinfirst observation of $\lambda_b^0 \rightarrow \lambda k^+\pi^-$ and $\lambda_b^0 \rightarrow \lambda k^+k^-$ decays at lhcb by o'hanlon, danielmeasurement of large radius jet mass reconstruction performance at $\sqrt{s}=8$ tev using the atlas detector electron efficiency measurements with the atlas detector using the 2015 lhc proton-proton collision data electroweak physics and qcd in the forward direction at lhcb by coco, victorhiggs results from atlas (including searches and prospects) by benhar noccioli, eleonoradark matter in atlas by resconi, silvialhcb results on 13 tev $pp$ collisions by alessio, federicorecent higgs results from cms by sperka, david michaelprecision physics in jet processes by dreyer, frédéric atop quark mass measurements at the lhc by mccarthy, thomas g.

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site is also available in the following languages:български  català  deutsch  ελληνικά  english  español  français  hrvatski  italiano  日本語  norsk/bokmål  polski  português  русский  slovensky  svenska  中文(简)  中文(繁). the $z\gamma$ and $z\gamma\gamma$ production cross sections are measured with leptonic (ee, $\mu\mu$, $\nu\bar{\nu}$) decays of the z boson, in extended fiducial regions defined in terms of the lepton and photon acceptance. the new experiment is planned to start taking data around 2020, and it is expected to offer a world-leading sensitivity to low-mass wimps. opera experiment was designed to investigate muon to tau neutrino oscillations in appearance mode. in the decay of the higgs boson into two photons, the unconverted final state photons are not detected in the tracker, so the determination of the associated primary vertex is not trivial. they are related in an exact way to elements of the quark mixing matrix due to an underlying flavoured u(1)′ gauge symmetry, rendering these models particularly predictive. neutrino oscillation patterns are observed at the super-kamiokande detector, which is located 295 km away from the neutrino production point at an angular offset of 2.-independent analysis of $d^{0} \to k_{s}^{0}\pi^{+}\pi^{-}$ decays, and. fortunately, ab initio nuclear-structure theory, based on innovative many-body techniques plus nuclear interactions and currents that come from first principles, has made rapid progress in recent years. $e,\mu$ from babar, belle, and lhcb together show a significant deviation from the standard model. searches for two-body resonances in the $k^{\pm}\rightarrow \pi \mu \mu$ decays (including heavy neutral leptons and inflatons) in the accessible range of masses and lifetimes are also presented. those results are in strong tension with models that explain the signal seen in the dama experiment by dark matter interacting exclusively with leptons. > books & proceedings > proceedings > 51st rencontres de moriond on qcd and high energy interactions. five tau neutrino candidate events have been detected in the analyzed data sample, assessing the discovery of the appearance of tau neutrino in the cngs beam with a significance larger than 5 sigma. connections with direct detection experiments and the observed dark-matter relic abundance will also be discussed. the data for these results have been recorded in 2015 at √s = 13 tev and amount to an integrated luminosity of 2. increase of the centre-of-mass energy of the large hadron collider (lhc) to 13 tev has opened up a new energy regime. production at atlas and cms by kimura, naokidark matter in atlas by resconi, silvialhcb results on 13 tev pp collisions by alessio, federicoheavy flavor production and properties at atlas and cms by schiavi, carlosusy searches at atlas by lorenz, jeanetteinclusive and differential w/z at cms and atlas by marini, andrea carlostudy of cold nuclear matter effects using prompt $d^0$ meson production in $p\mathrm{pb}$ collisions at lhcb search for structure in the $b_s^0\pi^\pm$ invariant mass spectrum results on heavy ion collisions at lhcb by zhang, yanxisusy searches in leptonic final states at cms by franco sevilla, manuelsusy searches in hadronic final states at cms by zevi della porta, giovanni$\alpha_s$ review (2016) by d'enterria, davidheavy flavor production and properties at atlas and cms by schiavi, carlotop quark mass measurements at atlas and cms by mccarthy, tomsingle top physics at atlas and cms by zur nedden, martinsearches for new physics in boosted topologies at atlas by nobe, takuyatop quark mass measurements at the lhc by mccarthy, tomttbar(+x) pair production at cms and atlas by seidel, markussearches for dark matter and new physics with unconventional signatures at cms by de cosa, annapaolasoft qcd at the cms and atlas experiments by veres, gabortop-quark properties at the lhc by beernaert, kelly simonewhat do atlas and cms know about h(125) from lhc run i? latest studies on the decays of the recently discovered beh scalar into bosons are presented: to pairs of w's, z's, and photons. the information from the recoiling tracks, and, when at least one of the photons is converted in the tracker, from the conversion tracks can be used to determine the primary vertex. testable effects are worked out model-independently and within leptoquark models supplemented by flavor patterns to link $k$/$b$ decays. the final two of eight antineutrino detectors were installed in the summer of 2012. the new experimental setup used by the na62 experiment at cern sps since 2014 is designed to measure the branching ratio of this decay with 10% precision. our results provide strong evidence for the cosmic neutrino background, and rule out the possibility of a sterile neutrino thermalized with active neutrinos at a significance of over 5σ – one of the strongest bounds to date. difference between the $cp$ asymmetries in $d^0 \to k^-k^+$ and $d^0 \to \pi^-\pi^+$ decays, $\delta a_{cp} \equiv a_{cp}(k^-k^+) - a_{cp}(\pi^-\pi^+)$ is a measurement of direct $cp$-violation in the charm sector. they are then compared to cross-section predictions from the standard model where the sources of the photons are bremsstrahlung from the initial state quarks or final state charged leptons. constraints on spin-dependent wimp-neutron and -proton cross sections based on the same data sample will be also presented. are publishing a small representative sample of the many theory papers that attempt to explain recent intriguing LHC data, which might be due to new elementary particles. searches for neutrinoless double beta decay and other physics with exo-200.

Rencontres de moriond ew 2016

the numi neutrino beam encounters the minos near detector 1 km downstream before travelling 734 km through the earth's crust, to reach the far detector located at the soudan underground laboratory in northern minnesota. discuss the possibility that the standard model scalar boson $h$ couples to quarks and leptons in a flavour violating manner. search for extended scalars is an important aspect of the search for physics beyond the standard model. from the state of the lhc at the end of the 2015 run, projections for the performance for the period 2016-2018 will be presented. the latest result from the experiment exploits the potential of supercdms to search for low-mass wimps using an operation mode called cdmslite, that enables to set an energy threshold substantially lower than that for nominal operation conditions. for heavy fermionic top partners decaying to same-sign dileptons at 13 tev. the 30gev proton beam at jparc is used to produce $\sim~ gev muon neutrinos which are detected in the cherenkov detector at super-kamiokande for oscillation measurements, such as electron neutrino appearance and $\theta_{23}$ measurements from muon neutrino disappearance. to reach nominal performance with a bunch spacing of 25 ns, the first main hurdle was the conditioning of the vacuum chamber in under to suppress the phenomenon of electron clouds. scientific programme of lhcb includes a large number $cp$ violation measurements in $b$-hadron decays. by searching for oscillations driven by a large mass splitting, minos is sensitive to the existence of sterile neutrinos through looking for any energy dependent perturbations using a charged current sample, as well as looking at any relative deficit between neutral current events between the far and near detectors. detailed results based on data collected during pp collisions at sqrt(s) = 13 tev are shown, as well as a brief summary of the currently under-construction searches with sqrt(s) = 8 tev data runs conclusions. light neutral and charged higgsinos emerge as a promising signature of minimal theories with supersymmetric uv completions at high scales, and can be searched for at colliders. nova is a long-baseline neutrino experiment that consists of two functionally identical detectors; a 330 ton near detector located 100m underground at fermilab,1 km from the source, and a 14 kton far detector located 810 km north in ash river, mn. review of the nonconventional final-states searches performed by both atlas and cms experiments is presented. supercdms collaboration is currently designing a more sensitive experiment that will be operating at snolab. to make the analysis sensitive to a wide range of such final states, events are classified by the number of jets, the scalar sum of the transverse momenta of the jets, the vector sum of the transverse momenta of the jets, and the number of b-tagged jets. fb$^{-1}$ recorded by the cms experiment at $\sqrt{s}=13$ tev. if the higgsino superpartners of the h fields are also kept light, the conclusions are similar and essentially independent of the higgsino mass. order to enable an ical export link, your account needs to have a key created. major achievements in background reduction allow to reach a sensitivity improvement by two orders of magnitude with respect to xenon100. these results include the latest data from the cms and atlas experiments, collected from 13 tev lhc run 2 in 2015. cryogenic underground observatory for rare events (cuore) is a 1-ton scale bolometric experiment whose detector consists of an array of 988 teo2 crystals arranged in a cylindrical compact structure of 19 towers. however, if all gauginos are also given electroweak-scale masses (split supersymmetry with two h doublets), the predicted standard model-like h boson mass is always too large. experimental observables are given in terms of geometric invariants of the scalar sigma model sector such as the curvature of the scalar field manifold. the observation of muon-neutrino disappearance will allow for precision measurements of one of the mass-squared splitting values and determining its sign will answer the question of which neutrino mass eigenstate is the lightest. the phase-space integrated cp asymmetries of these decays are also measured and found to be consistent with zero., extended gauge models with heavy charged/neutral bosons (w’, z’),Bulk randall-sundrum excitation of the graviton (g*) in extra dimensions.) \times 10^6$ b meson pairs, we measure the decay branching fraction ${\mathcal{b}(b^0\to d^{*- }\pi^+ \pi^- \pi^+) = (7. final states of the z boson decaying to a pair of charged leptons, z → e+e− and z → μ+μ−, or into neutrinos, z → νν, are considered.

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of zgamma and zgammagamma production in pp collisions at 8 tev with the atlas detector. the kaon beam represents a source of tagged neutral pion decays in vacuum. in the us, the effort has led to a department-of-energy sponsored collaboration, which i will briefly describe. the same symmetry implies lepton-flavor non-universal couplings, fully determined by the gauge structure of the model. the tails of the distributions of these variables make up a region of extreme kinematics for the significant standard model (sm) backgrounds. the couplings to the gauge bosons can arise from a wess-zumino-witten anomaly term and thus we study an effective model based on the anomaly term as a well motivated phenomenological model.Élécharger cet évènement:Fichier calendrier de l'évènement. the talk will serve as an opportunity to stimulate a discussion on where the search for new physics at the lhc stands, in view of the 2016 run and the perspective of integrating up to 15 times more data. its foundation in 1966 by jean tran thanh van, the rencontres de moriond bring together theorists and experimentalists for in-depth discussions on recent findings and new ideas in elementary particle physics in a pleasant, relaxed and intimate atmosphere. we analyze which set of scalar or fermionic particles are needed to accomplish this goal. however, many scenarios predict mediator particles with electroweak interactions, which could well be in reach of collider experiments. in the first part of the talk, we summarize constraints from low-energy experiments, in particular from rare decay searches and neutral meson oscillations. we also report measurements of the forward-backward asymmetry in z boson decays, and measurements of angular coefficients, which provide sensitivity to the electroweak mixing angle.$\delta a_{cp}$, a measurement of the relative strength of direct,Time-integrated $cp$ asymmetries between two singly-cabibbo suppressed $d^{0}$. this amount of data exposure, along with t2k hardware upgrades and analysis improvement, allows us to intensively explore cp violation in the lepton sector, to precisely measure neutrino oscillation parameters, and to positively search for unknown physics. the end of the eighties, in response to a reported increase in the total neutrino flux in the homestake experiment in coincidence with solar flares, neutrino detectors have searched for signals of neutrinos associated with solar flare activity. weakly-interacting massive particles (wimps) are a well-motivated class of dm candidates, that in some models have typical masses between 1 and 10 gev. this work, we investigate the possibility of probing a class of three-loop models for neutrino mass at the lhc with 8 and 14 tev energies. however, due to the perturbative nature of the theory, the spectrum of the enlarged higgs sector remains in the few tev energy range. this gives us a unique view on bare quarks properties. 250 theory papers have appeared following the december announcement, and a number of them were submitted to us. define a new class of z′ models with neutral flavour-changing interactions at tree level in the down-quark sector. the agreement between the two experiments will be assessed, and the compatibility with the new results will be discussed. by exploiting techniques to identify hadronic decay of boosted w, z or. the sensitivity of solid is sufficient to exclude a significant part of the sterile neutrino parameter space by 2018. this key enables other applications to access data from within indico even when you are neither using nor logged into the indico system yourself with the link provided. size of direct $cp$ violation in $d^{0} \to k_{s}^{0}k_{s}^{0}$ decays. we show that existing searches for collider-stable r-hadrons from run-i at the lhc forbid triplet scalars below 845 gev. year we will celebrate the rencontres de moriond 50th anniversary!

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this talk gives an overview of the rare decay measurements the lhcb collaboration performed using run 1 data, with an emphasis on flavour changing neutral current processes of the type $b \rightarrow s \ell^+ \ell^-$.-like neutralino which in turn decays into a higgsino-like lsp triplet by emitting. the plan is to improve upon the current design and gradually. in the second part, we discuss lhc searches, focusing in particular on the final state $h \to \mu \tau$, in which cms has observed a \sigma$ fluctuation, on the related decay $h \to e \tau$, and on couplings of the form $htc$ and $htu$ in the quark sector. up to receive regular email alerts from physical review letters. a small sample of simplified models, using promising models from our existing. results are also interpreted in the context of benchmark models for a two-higgs doublet extension of the standard model. the experiment uses enriched liquid xenon (110 kg in the active volume) in an ultralow background time projection chamber installed at the waste isolation pilot plant (wipp), a salt mine with a 1600 m water equivalent overburden near carlsbad, nm, usa. direct prediction of the antineutrino signal in the far detectors based on the measurements in the near detectors explicitly minimized the dependence of the measurement on models of reactor antineutrino emission. na48/2 experiment at cern collected a large sample of charged kaon decays into final states with multiple charged particles in 2003-2004. in models where the pseudoscalar particle arises as a composite state, the coefficients of the anomalous couplings can be related to the fermion components of the underlying dynamics. kado, results with the full 2015 data sample from the atlas experiment, cern special seminar 15 december 2015. this talk, we will present an overview of the opera experiment and its latest results. anomalies in the branching fractions and angular distributions of these decays are discussed and connected with tests of lepton-flavour-universality. this talk, a few examples of anomalies in the atlas & cms run i searches will be discussed, in connection with the corresponding preliminary results at 13 tev. order to explore a possible dynamical nature for the higgs field (such as its being a pseudogolsdtone boson) we develope a renormalizable lagrangian based on the minimal so(5) linear σ-model with the symmetry softly broken to so(4), including gauge bosons and fermions. if you think someone else may have acquired access to a link using this key in the future, you must immediately remove it from 'my profile' under the 'http api' tab and generate a new key before regenerating icalendar links. decays, $\lambda_b\to \lambda \pi^-k^+$ and $\lambda_b\to \lambda k^+k^-$, are identified and the associated $cp$ asymmetries are measured. in my talk, i explore the alternative route: new weakly-coupled physics in the ir, inducing deviations for the precision experiments. in the talk we present the recent status of the superkekb and belle ii detector construction, along with some physics prospects. by buat, quentinsearch for new physics in high-pt di-jet, di-lepton and di-photon final states at atlas by stark, jansearches for new physics in unconventional signatures (including susy) by otono, hidetoshisusy searches at atlas by lorenz, jeanetteqcd with jets and photons at atlas and cms by campanelli, marioresults on heavy ion collisions at lhcb by zhang, yanxiheavy flavour spectroscopy at lhcb by gandini, paolorare decays at lhcb by langenbruch, christoph michaelheavy-ion measurements at atlas by bold, tomaszcp violation in $b$ and charm decays at lhcb by kenzie, matthew williamhiggs results from atlas by benhar noccioli, eleonorashow contributions in cds. observation of lb -> lambda k+ pi- and lambda k+ k- decays at lhcb. limits on muon to tau and muon to electron neutrino oscillations induced by additional neutrino states have also been derived..Will be published in:51st conference in the rencontres de moriond seriespart of the moriond qcd series. top quark, heaviest known fundamental particle, is the only quark that decays before hadronization. study (semi)leptonic rare charm decays and its opportunities in searches for physics beyond the standard model (bsm). new measurement of $\delta a_{cp}$ using all prompt $d^0$ decays during run 1 was performed by lhcb. $fb^{-1}$ collected by the atlas detector during the 2012 lhc data taking.$\overline{b} \rightarrow d^{(\ast)}\tau\overline{\nu}_{\tau}$ decays with hadronic and semileptonic tagging at belle.

direct detection of dark matter – accounting for 85% of the mass content of the universe – is one of the most important scientific missions of the 21st century and any discovery will provide an incontrovertible signature of physics beyond standard model. such flavour off-diagonal couplings can arise for instance in two higgs doublet models, or more generally in any model with more than one source of electroweak symmetry breaking. once created, you can manage your key at any time by going to 'my profile' and looking under the tab entitled 'http api'. module that was deployed and operated at 5m distance from the br2 reactor core in 2015. the study of such neutrinos would provide a novel window on the underlying physics of the acceleration process. this final state can be achieved via the production of singlet charged scalar $s^{\pm}$ in many neutrino mass models taking into account the allowed regions of masses and yukawa couplings for the charged scalar. the $\lambda_b\to \lambda \phi$ decay is observed for the first time and novel $t$-odd triple product asymmetries are measured. rencontres de moriond, double chooz (dc) collaboration will present the first $\theta_{13}$ measurement with two detectors. limits on anomalous triple and quartic gauge couplings have been derived. in supersymmetry (susy) theories disfavoring fine-tuning of the higgs mass, strongly-produced susy particles, including the gluino and top squark, are predicted to have masses on the order of a tev. meeting is intended to promote fruitful collaboration between experimentalists and theorists and between various institutions by bringing together a limited number of physicists and astrophysicists in beautiful and inspiring surroundings. just like the role of long-lived gluinos in supersymmetry, long-lived color-triplets will therefore provide a sign of unnaturalness in composite higgs models. the production of 1st/2nd generation squark pairs, followed by their decay into a. the last couple of decades physicists across the world have obtained model-independent evidence for neutrino oscillations, with the majority of experiments confirming the compatibility with a three-favour model i. reliable matrix elements for processes such as neutrinoless $\beta\beta$ decay that have never before been observed is a challenging task. session is devoted to electroweak interactions and to unified theories. although data collected is thus far limited, the continuation and extension of these studies through the rest of run 2 will allow detailed comparisons of the beh scalar's properties with those predicted by the standard model. **complementarity of direct, indirect and collider** searches for dark matter has improved our understanding concerning the properties of the dark matter particle. exploiting several advances in the analysis tools, simulation and calibration, we set the most stringent constraint on spin-independent wimp-nucleon interaction, improving the sensitivity to low-mass wimps compared to our previous results, and excluding cross section down to 0. i will introduce a new approach for a time profile analysis based on a stacking method of selected solar flares likely to be connected with pion production. tobioka, footprints of new strong dynamics via anomaly and the 750 gev diphoton, phys. the upcoming phase cresst-iii is designed to measure energies well below 100 ev, mostly by using about 12 times smaller target crystals with optimized phonon sensors. lux-zeplin experiment, to be located at the surf facility after lux data taking completion, is a next-generation instrument, featuring a 7-tonne active xenon tpc, surrounded by two outer detectors which can be used as veto systems for further background rejection.. recently, the experiment has restarted data taking after a two year hiatus due to unforseen wipp incidents. weakly interacting massive particles (wimps) that arise naturally in several models are compelling candidates. talk will conclude with a discussion on the determination of gamma from these tree-level decays, as well as the associated hadronic parameters. new scalar particles are predicted in models with extended higgs sectors, such as two-higgs-doublet models, among others. the acceleration of protons in the magnetic structures of such flares produce mesons in collisions with the solar atmosphere which subsequently decay, resulting in neutrinos at o(mev-gev) energies. updates of these measurements using 2 fb$^{-1}$ of data collected at a centre-of-mass energy of 8 tev, together with the measurement of $b^+$ and $\lambda^0_b$ production asymmetries, are under way.

in particular, we analyze the impact of potential bsm physics in $c\to ull'$ transitions, notably branching ratios, angular observables, asymmetries and lepton flavor violating decays. this is the first direct detection of gravitational waves and the first observation of a binary black hole merger. na62 took data with the new setup in pilot runs in 2014 and 2015 reaching the final designed beam intensity. the talk will discuss the experimental and theoretical challenges that need to be faced in order to achieve this level of precision. 51st rencontres de moriond session devoted to electroweak interactions and unified theories will be held in la thuile from saturday march 12th to saturday march 19th, 2016. finished construction of the second detector close to the reactor cores (near detector, nd) and has accumulated about 1 year of data with two detectors as of february 2016.. chahrazed guella (université des sciences et de la technologie mohamed boudiaf oran (algérie)), ms. the $k^+\rightarrow\pi^+\nu\bar{\nu}$ decay is one of the theoretically cleanest meson decay where to look for indirect effects of new physics complementary to lhc searches. we will **review the basic concepts** that these methods rely upon and highlight what are the most important information they provide when it comes down to interpret the results in terms of weakly interacting massive particles (wimps). observations demonstrate the existence of binary stellar-mass black hole systems. collected the world's largest sample of open charm decays during run 1 of. identification in the search for the higgs boson decaying to two photons. the presented results involve a new ttbar cross section measurement, a top quark pole mass extraction, top quark polarization measurements, new measurements of the forward-backward ttbar asymmetry and a new analysis of ttbar spin correlation. or of two higgs bosons is predicted in various new physics scenario. often predicted in such models is a top partner with charge 5e/3 which can decay to the extremely clean same-sign dilepton final state. a robust observation of $\theta_{13}$ was followed in 2012 by the daya bay and reno experiments with multiple detectors. others may follow, but we think that this set gives readers a sense of the kind of new physics that would be required to explain the data, if confirmed. new spectral measurement of electron antineutrino disappearance using the fully constructed daya bay reactor neutrino experiment was reported in 2015. september 14, 2015 at 09:50:45 utc the two ligo detectors simultaneously observed a transient gravitational-wave signal. belle ii experiment at the superkekb $e^+e^-$ collider will start its operation in 2018, with the goal of collecting 50 $ab^{-1}$ of data. demonstrate that the 3σ excess observed by atlas in the z+met channel at 8 tev. our results show possible detectability of the charged scalars effect, especially at the lhc@14. this talk i will present a review of the anti-neutrino spectra emitted from reactors. we provide an example to test the feasibility of the idea. for direct interactions of dark matter with standard-model particles at colliders are challenging and often constrained by direct detection experiments. we propose a novel approach based on isotope shift measurements in atomic clock transitions in order to probe the higgs-to-light-fermion couplings. deepcore, a region of denser instrumentation at the lower center of the detector, detects low-energy atmospheric neutrinos $(\lt 100\,\textrm{gev})$, which are used to study neutrino oscillations with a precision comparable to that of the leading experiments in the field. cuore-0 is the cuore demonstrator: it has been built to test the performance of the upcoming cuore experiment and represents the largest 130te bolometric setup ever operated. physics goals of the experiment include investigating the miniboone low-energy excess, and measuring cross sections for neutrino interactions.

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these approaches promise dramatic improvement in the accuracy with which we can compute the the matrix elements for neutrinoless $\beta\beta$ decay, particularly when combined with more phenomenological work that is also underway. in addition we give an outlook on the expected perfor­mance of the upcoming data taking of cresst-iii and the future potential for direct dark matter detection with further improved cawo4 cryogenic detectors. this talk i consider two-h doublet models (thdms) with a supersymmetric uv completion. les adresses mails institutionnelles sont acceptées lors de la création d'un compte. moreover, the searches for lepton flavor violating decays will be presented. in this report, t2k neutrino oscillation sensitivities are studied with a total exposure of \times10^{21}$ pot, which can be achieved by 2026 with a possible upgrade of the j-parc beam power. we furthermore predict lepton-universality violations in z′ decays, testable at the lhc. ratio of the measured $\overline{b} \to d^{(\ast)} l \overline{\nu}$ decay rates for $l=\tau$ vs. in the context of dark matter searches, the discovery of a neutrino line would provide a smoking gun for the existence of the dark matter particle. furthermore, belle's preliminary new measurement of $\overline{b^{0}} \rightarrow d^{\ast+} \tau^{-} \overline{\nu}_{\tau}$ with the semileptonic tagging method will be introduced along with compatibility studies with selected new physics models. decay is a defining prediction of grand unified theories (guts). no deviations from standard model predictions are observed and limits are placed on parameters used to describe anomalous triple and quartic gauge-boson couplings. we propose to review a search for this spectral feature using icecube data. phenomenological consequences are also studied in detail, including the possibility of distinguishing this scenario from the standard higgs portal in which the electroweak symmetry breaking is linearly realized. t2k long baseline neutrino oscillation experiment is composed of a near detector at 280m and a far detector at super-kamiokande, located 295 km from the neutrino beam source. measurements in particle physics are often used to infer information about new physics at some ultraviolate scale. the detector has demonstrated excellent energy resolution and background rejection capabilities to set a limit of 1. based on model-independent global fits of the effective wilson coefficients to the data, the discrimination between high-scale new physics and low-energy qcd effects as well as the possibility of lepton-flavour universality violation are discussed. includes new results using the ads, glw and ggsz techniques applied to b→dx decays. in this talk we will review the design, the operation characteristics, and the performance of a 300 kg full-size. fundamental properties, such as mass or couplings of the top quark, as well as re-interpretations seeking for beyond the standard model contributions in the top quark sector, are extracted from the measurements reported. musella, search for high mass diphoton resonances at cms, 51st rencontres de moriond ew 2016. lhcb measurements of $cp$ violation in the decays of b-hadrons are presented based on $pp$ collision data collected in run 1, corresponding to an integrated luminosity of 1 fb$^{-1}$ at centre-of-mass energy 7 tev and 2 fb$^{-1}$ at 8 tev. the latter is almost 60 times higher than the standard model electroweak scale. measurement of the top mass at proton and electron colliders. this search is highly motivated by both theoretical and experimental considerations. for lepton number violation and resonances in the $k^{\pm}\rightarrow \pi \mu \mu$ decays at the na48/2 experiment. improved independent measurement of neutrino mixing angle $\theta_{13}$ with signals from the neutron captured by hydrogen is going to be published.-lived, colour-triplet scalars are a prediction of unnatural, or split, composite higgs models where the spontaneous global-symmetry breaking scale f≳10 tev and an unbroken su(5) symmetry is preserved.

icecube neutrino observatory is a cubic kilometer ice cherenkov neutrino detector, located at the geographic south pole, detecting neutrinos down to energies of about \,\textrm{gev}$. we present a new realization of this idea with the new feature that it leaves no signs of new physics up to a rather large scale, 10^9 gev, except for two very light and weakly coupled axion-like states., enabling precision studies of standard model physics across different kinematic regions. special emphasis is given to the question about how these high precision measurements can be used to perform sensitive searches for new physics. limits are set on the branching fractions of other $\lambda_b^0$ and $\xi_b^0$ decays to $\lambda h^+h^{-}$ (where '$h$' is a kaon or pion). the breakthrough discovery that neutrinos are massive (2015 nobel prize in physics and 2016 breakthrough prize in fundamental physics), pinpointing their total mass has become one of the greatest challenges in science today, at the cross-road between particle physics, astrophysics, and cosmology. tev can be discovered, whereas for shorter lifetimes displaced-vertex searches provide a discovery reach of up to 1. the vertex identification algorithm used in the search for the higgs boson decaying to two photons is described in this presentation, together with its performance. contrary to the standard model, thdms can be embedded in high-scale supersymmetry with a susy breaking scale as high as the scale of grand unification. i will talk about the latest exo-200 physics results, in particularly the search for the decays of $^{136}$xe to the excited state of $^{136}$ba, and how the imminent upgrades to exo-200 can help with the planning of tonne-scale next generation experiment, nexo. four analyses will be presented, along with a brief overview of the. delmastro, diphoton searches in atlas, 51st rencontres de moriond ew 2016. our work is performed at both $\sqrt{s}$= 8 tev and $\sqrt{s}$ = 14 tev at the hadron collider lhc. presented here are observations of the decays $\lambda_b^0 \rightarrow \lambda k^+ \pi^-$ and $\lambda_b^0 \rightarrow \lambda k^+ k^-$, made at a significance level of 8. > conferences > 51st rencontres de moriond on qcd and high energy interactions. solid neutrino detector concept is currently one of the most compact and most finely segmented neutrino detectors. a confirmation of a $cp$ asymmetry of this magnitude would likely indicate contributions from physics beyond the standard model.-200 is a single phase liquid xenon detector that is one of the most sensitive searches for neutrinoless double beta decay in the world. the limits on dark photon production in $\pi^0$ decays from na48/2 are also reported. i describe several ab initio schemes, all in development, for computing the matrix elements and estimating uncertainty. however, there have been a few anomalous results in the community which among other explanations, can be explained by the existence of additional neutrinos known as sterile neutrinos. 2011, dc first reported indication of non-zero $\theta_{13}$ in reactor neutrino oscillation by a single detector at around oscillation maximum (far detector, fd). this includes searches for heavy resonances and new phenomena in the di-jets mass spectrum, di-jet angular distributions, and the sum of transverse momenta in different event topologies. measurement of the electron neutrino appearance rate will provide nova with sensitivity to the neutrino mass ordering and the amount of cp violation in the neutrino sector. in addition, the results are compared to predictions from different monte carlo generators, testing different approaches to modelling qcd effects. while the potential di-photon resonance currently receives a lot of attention, multi-jet final states pose strong constraints on what physics models this observation could actually be. in the latest analysis of dc, precision of $\theta_{13}$ is dominated by the reactor flux uncertainty after suppression of background and detector related systematic uncertainties, and hence significant improvement is expected with two detectors. review studies of theoretical implications of the new possible resonance at 750 gev. lux experiment is a liquid xenon time projection chamber (tpc), operating in the davis cavern of the sanford underground research facility (south dakota, usa) at 1.

diboson resonant excesses reported by both atlas and cms collaborations in run 1, can be interpreted a new weak singlet pseudoscalar particle η_wz which may decay into two weak bosons while being produced in gluon fusion at the lhc. propose a minimal and motivated extension of the standard model characterised by an approximated lepton number conservation, which is able both to generate neutrino masses and to account for a successful baryogenesis via leptogenesis. this presentation will feature the latest results for atlas and cms in the search for new scalar particles, including searches with a variety of production mechanisms and final states.. in addition, lhcb has recently made the first observation of $d^{0}$. quest for a non-zero electric dipole moment (edm) of simple systems such as the electron, the neutron or atoms / molecules is a powerful way to search for physics beyond the standard model in particular for new sources of cp violation, complementary to lhc experiments. this result is competitive with other direct dm searches, and probes new parameter space for wimp masses between 2 and 5 gev. the data are used to determine 95% confidence level upper limits on the product of production cross-sections and branching fractions, σ(pp → a)·br(a → zh)·br(h → bb) for ma = [200,2000] gev assuming gluon-fusion or b-quark-associated exclusive production. a near detector complex, 280 m downstream of the target, is operated to monitor and characterize the (anti)neutrino beam before the neutrinos oscillate. derive constraints on the mixing of heavy seesaw neutrinos with the sm fields. probing these coupling is an important test of the sm which could lead not only to the establishment of new physics but also to an alternative understanding of the flavor puzzle. zhu, pseudoscalar decaying only via loops as an explanation for the 750 gev diphoton excess, phys. we will present the results obtained with cresst-ii, which extend the reach of direct dark matter experiments to the sub gev region and demonstrate that the energy threshold is the key parameter in the search for low mass dark matter particles. decays of h bosons to bb pairs, where the resulting hadronic jets can be resolved or are merged in the detector, are both considered. double beta decay results from cuore-0 and status of the cuore experiment. is a new 170-ton liquid argon time projection chamber that began collecting data in fermilab’s booster neutrino beam in october 2015. determine the viable parameter space that complies with both the neutrino and baryogenesis phenomenology, and analyse the different regimes for the generation of a lepton asymmetry in the early universe (weak and strong washout) in order to determine their testability in future experimental facilities.  this new key is also associated with your account and whilst it is active the data which can be obtained through using this key can be obtained by anyone in possession of the link provided. \cdot 10^{-18} (e/100\,\textrm{tev})^{-\gamma}\,\textrm{gev cm}^{-2}\textrm{s}^{-1}\textrm{sr}^{-1}$ per flavor and a spectral index $\gamma$ of . for boosted di-bosons resonances with the atlas and cms detectors. recently released its first oscillation physics results announcing that it is primed to make significant contributions to our understanding of the neutrino sector. the xenon100 experiment and its next generation the xenon1t experiment aim for detecting wimp-nucleon interactions using a dual phase time projection chamber (tpc) with a total liquid xenon target of 161 kg and 3500 kg, respectively. renormalizability married to perturbation theory allows to precisely determine the quantum corrections of the theory while permitting to explore the underlying parameter space. Theorists react to the cern 750 gev diphoton datalast december, the atlas and cms collaborations at the large hadron collider reported preliminary data with a small excess of diphoton events at an invariant mass of about 750 gev [1,2], which, if verified, would require unexpected new elementary particles. lastly, we point out **recent developments and prospects in the field**. détaillé de l'ordre du jour de l'évènement. dounia cherigui (université des sciences et de la technologie mohamed boudiaf oran (algérie)). searches for supersymmetric particles using the atlas and cms experiments in channels requiring jets and missing transverse energy will be described. purpose of the super cryogenic dark matter search (supercdms) experiment is to detect galactic wimps scattering off germanium nuclei from a 9. an overview of measurements performed by the atlas and cms experiments at the cern lhc, in the domain of top physics will be presented.

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