LABORATORI NAZIONALI DI FRASCATI
Speaker: Marco Santimaria (INFN LNF & CERN)
The LHC Run 2 ended in 2018, and an unprecedented amount of b- and c-hadron decays was collected at the LHCb experiment, opening several paths to unexplored physics searches.
Although being designed for precision measurement in the b sector, LHCb is progressively showing its potentials in a vast physics programme across different sectors. In this seminar, I will give a review on three new and high-impact LHCb measurements concerning exotic-hadron spectroscopy, CP violation and lepton-flavour universality.