VIA lecture by M. Marionneau "Searches for BSM at LHC"

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VIA lecture by M. Marionneau "Searches for BSM at LHC"

New postby Maxim Khlopov on Sun 29 Sep 2013 16:14

Record of VIA lecture by Matthieu Marionneau
"Searches for physics beyond the Standard Model at the ATLAS and CMS experiments"
is online
The following questions were put in the discussion:
Albino Hernandez: Do you know constraints on 4th SM generation with two or more Higgs doublets, does it continue being largely disfavored by EWK precision measurements?

K.M.Belotsky: can you remind what means "vector-like quark"?

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