Colloquium – Philip Chang (USCD)
New frontiers of electroweak physics at the LHC
The unification of electroweak interaction took us step closer to Einstein’s dream of a unified theory of nature. However, the details of the electroweak unification have remained elusive. Now, with the discovery of the Higgs boson, the studies of electroweak interaction at the LHC is in full swing. This talk will discuss the recent developments in expansions of the final states being studied for electroweak interaction at the LHC in order to advance our knowledge of the electroweak symmetry breaking. Finally, I will briefly discuss the challenges that lie ahead for the electroweak physics at the LHC, and the steps being taken to address them.
Host: Andrey Korytov