Abstract: Recently, the LHC reached its target luminosity for 2010 - 1032/cm2/s. This is a significant milestone in collecting the amount of data expected by the end of 2011 - called one inverse femtobarn by physicists. With that amount of data there will be a good chance of observing new physics in the LHC's current energy range. School of Particles and Accelerators is going to hold a seminar to present the current physics results and the expected results by the end of 2011.
Time: Wednesday, November 10, 2010