Experimental particle physics with Pomerons

2019. 11. 05. 14:30
Building F, stairway III., 2nd floor, room F3213
Ferenc Siklér (Wigner RC)

Years after the discovery of the Higgs boson, the Large Hadron Collider and its detector systems still provide a huge amount of data with unprecedented quality. It enables us to revisit some corners of phase-phase, e.g. those where the predictions of perturbative quantum chromodynamics (the theory of strong interactions) have not been conclusively observed yet. In the talk, I will present an ongoing study of very low multiplicity proton-proton collisions, the created resonances and their spin structure, to give an insight to the beauty of data analysis.