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Experimental Particle Physics

How was the universe created, which inflation scenario played out in the first split second, what happened during the quark-gluon plasma era? What is the source of the mass spectrum of fundamental particles of matter and forces? These are some of the questions particle physicists are looking for answers to.

The Particle Physicists work with the build up of matter in the early universe. They are searching for an explanation as to what the universe's smallest components were composed of in the first milliseconds after the Big Bang 14 billion years ago and what forces held them together.












































































































































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  • 18 Sept. 2020, 13:00

    Master thesis defense by Kunal Gautam

    Title: Flavour Identification Techniques

    Development of algorithms for tagging of b- and c- quark for precise measurement of branching fractions of Higgs boson produced in electron-positron collisions

    Abstract: The thesis reports on the study and implementation of flavour identification algorithms to distinguish the hadronic decay channels of the Higgs boson. The study has been performed in an environment compatible with proposed future e+e− circular colliders like the Future Circular Collider (FCC).

    The first algorithms presented is the Impact Parameter Algorithm. The other algorithm, inspired by the techniques presented in the LCFIPlus framework, developed for future e+e− linear colliders like the International Linear Collider (ILC), classifies events into four categories through secondary vertex reconstruction, with each category representing the majority of decay events to a certain hadronic flavour.

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