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Multi-boson physics at the LHC

· Date: August 5(Wed.)~6(Thu.), 2020

· Place: Online (ZOOM) · Website: · Overview : Nonequilibrium The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) of the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) provides the largest highest energy proton (pp) collisions ever recorded. In 2012, CMS and ATLAS made the discovery of a new particle consistent with the last missing piece of the Standard Model (SM), the Higgs boson. Yet unanswered questions still remain in the SM, for example, whether the couplings of, the electroweak bosons and the Higgs boson are all consistent with the SM. To answer theses questions, one must study the rare multi-boson processes. This talk will present the searches for and measurements of the rare multi-boson production processes carried out at the LHC. I will highlight some of the recent results. Lastly, I will discuss the future outlook for multi-boson physics. · Invited Speakers: Philip Chang (Univ. of California San Diego)

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· Date: August 20(Thu.), 2020 · Place: Online (ZOOM) & Konkuk Univ., Seoul · Website: · Overview : The origin of the asymmetry between matter and anti-matter

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