RM3: SIMONE MARZANI (UNIVERSITą DI GENOVA & INFN GENOVA) 
 ELENCO COMPLETO 

DATA: 05-02-2019

SEZIONE DI ROMA III
The vast majority of physics analyses at the LHC makes use of the concept of jets. Furthermore, algorithms that exploit the substructure of jets in order to disentangle massive boosted particles that decay hadronically from QCD jets have also become mainstream and they are used in a growing number of searches and measurements. In this talk, after reviewing the main ideas behind jet substructure algorithms, I discuss their status in terms of performance and robustness and illustrate how they can be exploited, not only in searches for new physics, but also in order to extract fundamental parameters of the Standard Model.


 SITO COLLEGATO 

 EVENTI RECENTI 
09-12-2019: Visita ai laboratori della Sezione INFN di Trieste da parte di studenti del Liceo Scientifico dell' IIS Cattaneo-Dall'Aglio di Castelnovo ne' Monti (RE)
09-12-2019: Properties of nuclei in the N=Z=50 region investigated via multi-nucleon transfer reactions and lifetime measurements - Marco Siciliano
06-12-2019: From kaonic atoms to strangeness in neutron stars
05-12-2019: M. Gromov - Updated results of the geo-neutrino observation with the Borexino detector
05-12-2019: A scuola di radioattivita'
04-12-2019: La fisica incontra la cittą - L'arte ed i suoi segreti: la fisica per svelarli
04-12-2019: Nuclei per l'ambiente
04-12-2019: A. Melchiorri - A crisis in lalalambda land?
02-12-2019: MariX: Conceptual Design Report of a Multi-disciplinary Advanced Research Infrastructure for the generation and application of X-rays
28-11-2019: Quantum Optical Control of Levitated Solids: a novel probe for the gravity-quantum interface

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