Uni-Logo Koordinatoren des Kolloquiums:
Prof. Dr. F. Schmidt-Kaler
Institut für Physik
Johannes Gutenberg-Universität
fsk@uni-mainz.de
Prof. Dr. Hartmut Wittig
Institut fuer Kernphysik,
Johannes Gutenberg-Universitaet
hartmut.wittig@uni-mainz.de

Physikalisches Kolloquium Mainz

Institut für Kernphysik, Johann Joachim Becher Weg 45

Dienstag, den 05.02.2019 um 16 Uhr c.t. im HS KPH
Tee ab 15:45 Uhr


Automated, Resumed and Effective: Precision Computations for the LHC

Prof. Dr. Thomas Becher, University of Bern, Institute for Theoretical Physics, Bern, Schweiz

In the past hadron colliders were considered discovery machines at which one is able to search for striking signals such as new resonance peaks, but which are not suited for detailed studies and precision measurements. The LHC is strongly challenging this view as we are now using this collider for precision physics. I will review some of the recent progress — as well as the challenges — in the precise theoretical prediction of collider processes. Important tools are automated computations, resummations of perturbation theory, and effective field theory.


Kontakt: Andrea Graham, andrea.graham@uni-mainz.de