Dear Colleagues in EP,
With great pleasure I would like to invite you to read this edition of the EP newsletter...
In discussion with theoretical physicist Michael Peskin (Professor of SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory) on the rise of the Standard Model and the lessons learned from the LHC.
Discussing what particle jets can tell us about the boundaries of the Standard Model and the vision for new powerful techniques to study and interpret the information embedded in jet substructure
SHiP and the associated SPS Beam Dump Facility is a new general-purpose experiment proposed at the SPS to look for "hidden" particles expanding searches for possible BSM physics scenarios.
Read more on the successful production of 200,000 Low Power Giga Bit Transceivers (lpGBT) to be used by the LHC experiments as well as in the accelerator complex.
Read more on the status and future perspectives of CernVM-FS.
Reviewing results from ongoing detector R&D along with consolidation plans for long shutdown 3.
Discussing ongoing activities for a future fast and lightweight inner tracker for heavy-ion collisions.
Intervening and repairing the upgraded CMS Endcap Calorimeter on time for Run 3.
Paving new research avenues at ISOLDE along with the development of novel experimental equipment.
FASER has been collecting data since July 2022, presenting its first physics results earlier this Spring.
ANUBIS is a proposed extension to the ATLAS detector to explore the dark sector by searching for long-lived particles (LLPs).
Recent results from the NA64 experiment probe dark or hidden sectors where new physics could lie.
After over three years of upgrade and maintenance work the ATLAS collaboration is looking forward to exploit the physics opportunities of Run 3.
A novel phenomenological signature involving displaced vertices that the LHC experiments can pursue to exploit their complementary detector design from a BSM perspective.
The LHCb experiment is ready to fully exploit the flavour-physics opportunities of Run 3 of the LHC along new physics opportunities.