Are you smarter than an ATLAS algorithm?
Article: ‘That looks weird’ — evaluating citizen scientists’ ability to detect unusual features in ATLAS images of LHC collisions Authors: A.J.Read more.
Studying the Higgs via Top Quark Couplings
Article: “Implications of CP-violating Top-Higgs Couplings at LHC and Higgs Factories” Authors: Archil Kobakhidze, Ning Liu, Lei Wu, and JasonRead more.
The end of the Universe?
Hello nibblers, Don’t worry, my title doesn’t refer to the recent US election. Only to the end of the UniverseRead more.
Saving SUSY: Interpreting the 3.3σ ATLAS Stop Excess
Article: Surviving scenario of stop decays for ATLAS l+jets+E_T^miss search Authors: Chengcheng Han, Mihoko M. Nojiri, Michihisa Takeuchi, and Tsutomu T. YanagidaRead more.
What Happens When Energy Goes Missing?
Title: “Performance of algorithms that reconstruct missing transverse momentum in s = √8 TeV proton–proton collisions in the ATLAS detector”Read more.
Tracking the Jets to Monte Carlo
Article: Calculating Track-Based Observables for the LHC Authors: Hsi-Ming Chang, Massimiliano Procura, Jesse Thaler, and Wouter J. Waalewijn Reference: arXiv:1303.6637Read more.
Does the Higgs talk to itself?
Article: Indirect probes of the trilinear Higgs Coupling Authors: Martin Gorbahn, Ulrich Haisch Reference: 1607.03773 Hello particle munchers, I’m back to further discussRead more.
Universality classes are not that universal (…and some of its other shortcomings)
Article: Shortcomings of New Parameterizations of Inflation Authors: J. Martin, C. Ringeval and V. Vennin Reference: arXiv:1609.04739 The Cosmic Microwave BackgroundRead more.
Daya Bay and the search for sterile neutrinos
Today I bring you news from the Daya Bay reactor neutrino experiment, which detects neutrinos emitted by three nuclear powerRead more.
A new anomaly: the electromagnetic duality anomaly
Article: Electromagnetic duality anomaly in curved spacetimes Authors: I. Agullo, A. del Rio and J. Navarro-Salas Reference: arXiv:1607.08879 Disclaimer: this blogpost requires someRead more.
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