Tuesday, November 29, 2022 - 3:00pm to 4:00pm
Wright Lab, WL-216 (Conference Room)
272 Whitney AvenueNew Haven, CT 06511
Understanding the detailed structure of energy flow within jets, a field known as jet substructure, plays a central role in searches for new physics, and precision studies of QCD. In this talk, I will discuss how reformulating jet susbtructure in terms of correlations of energy flow can be used to provide new insights into hadronization and intrinsic mass effects before confinement. In particular, I will show how energy correlators manifest the long-sought-after “dead-cone” effect of fundamental QCD. This opens the door to a new class of precision, heavy flavored based measurements at the LHC and beyond.
Host: Sierra Weyhmiller (email@example.com)
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