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Edit Comment Close Premium member Presentation Transcript Physics at the Large Hadron Collider : Physics at the Large Hadron Collider Physics Motivation The Large Hadron Collider The LHC Experiments Highlights from the ATLAS Physics Programme Search for the Higgs Boson Search for Super symmetry More Searches Standard Model Physics Conclusions Physics Motivation : 2 Physics Motivation The LHC will allow to explore the structure of matter at the energy frontier and at the energy density frontier The physical origin of electroweak symmetry breaking and the origin of mass Higgs boson The physical origin of CP violation Unitary triangle Searches beyond the standard model supersymmetry, new gauge bosons, compositeness,... Precision measurements of Standard Model parameters top, beauty, tau, QCD, ... The physics of strongly interacting matter at extreme energy densities quark-gluon plasma The Large Hadron Collider : 3 The Large Hadron Collider p-p collisions at starting in 2005 bunch spacing: 24.95 ns stored energy per beam: 350 MJ initial luminosity: 1033 cm-2s-1 per year (over 3 years) high luminosity: 1034 cm-2s-1 per year ultimate reach: < 10 years 2.8 TeV/n Pb-Pb Dipole field: 8.33 T CMS ATLAS LHCb ALICE The Large Hadron Collider : 4 The Large Hadron Collider The PS complex, showing the equipment contributed by Canada via TRIUMF. Canadian Contributions via TRIUMF The PS and PS Booster: modifications to deliver proton beams with much higher brightness, more strictly controlled emittance and a different bunch spacing 15kV Transformers Reactive Power Compensators H=1 Cavities Ferrite Rings HV Supplies Laminated Quadrupoles Power Converters Quadrupole Magnets Electronics for the SPS: calibrator modules for the orbit monitor upgrade Components for the LHC: injection kickers, cleaning-insertion quadrupoles, current calibration equipment LHC Experiments : 5 LHC Experiments ALICE LHCb Second generation dedicated CP violation experiment 104 increase statistics wrt BaBar and Belle Sensitive to all species of B hadrons, including Bs Low luminosity (de-tuned beams: 2. 1032 cm-2s-1, Nbb=1012/y) Optimised detector forward geometry efficient trigger for hadrons and leptons good proper time resolution (~40 fs) hadron ID (RICH, 1 < p < 150 GeV 5s k-p separation) Dedicated heavy ion experiment Study quark gluon plasma: key issues in QCD for the understanding of confinement and chiral-symmetry restoration Expect detail study of hadrons, electrons,muons and photons LHC Experiments : 6 LHC Experiments CMS ATLAS General purpose detectors for p-p at Designed to operate at high luminosity 1034 cm-2s-1, 23 inelastic pp-collisions per bunch crossing about 700 charged particles with PT > 150 MeV and at initial lower luminosities Designed to be sensitive to many signatures and to more complex signatures tau and heavy flavour from secondary vertices CMS plans to cover several aspects of the heavy ion programme Good mesurement of leptons and photons from a few GeV to a few TeV Good measurement of missing transverse energy calorimeter coverage down to Efficient b-tagging Fast detectors (bunch crossing every 25 ns) Radiation hard detectors and electronics The ATLAS Detector : 7 The ATLAS Detector Alberta Carleton CRPP Montréal Toronto TRIUMF UBC Victoria York ATLAS and Canada Activities focused on LAr Calorimetry 4 Major Projects Funded by a Major Installation Grant Endcap Hadronic Calorimeter Forward Hadronic Calorimeter Front-End-Board Electronics Endcap Signal Cryogenics Feedthroughs Important Activities Radiation Hardness Studies Physics Studies New Initiatives National Computing and OO Software Pixel Detector Contribution Construction has started! PP Cross Section : 8 PP Cross Section inelastic QCD jets (PT > 200 GeV) Events for 10 fb-1 Large production rates LHC is a top, b, W, Z factory Mass reach for new particles up to TeV range Precision measurements dominated by systematics ATLAS Physics Programme : 9 ATLAS Physics Programme Highlights: Higgs Boson SM Higgs searches MSSM Higgs searches Supersymmetry squarks and gluinos SUGRA, gauge mediated SUSY breaking and R-parity breaking models More Searches new gauge bosons, extra dimensions, monopoles, technicolour, excited quarks, leptoquarks, compositeness... Standard Model Physics QCD processes: hard diffractive, jets, photons, heavy flavours Electroweak gauge bosons: W mass, gauge boson pair production B physics: CP violation, Bs oscillation, rare decays, B hadrons Heavy quarks and leptons: top, electroweak single top quark production, 4th generation quarks Standard Model Higgs Boson : 10 Mass without mass Can we remove mass from the basic equations of physics ? The bulk of the mass of ordinary matter comes from the mass of protons and neutrons: energy associated with quark motion and gluon fields massless QCD predicts nucleon masses to 10%! Mass without mass is not necessary in QCD, but it is indispensable in the electroweak sector: chiral gauge symmetry Higgs mechanism generates all particle masses Higgs boson The SM Higgs properties are well predicted, except its mass! LEP direct searches: mH > 107.7 GeV LEP EWWG fit: mH < 188 GeV 95% C.L. Standard Model Higgs Boson Standard Model Higgs Boson : 11 Standard Model Higgs Boson Large QCD backgrounds: look for final states with leptons and photons Important channels: BR(H) Standard Model Higgs Boson : 12 Standard Model Higgs Boson mH=120GeV 100 fb-1 Analysis: Two isolated g’s: pT1>40 GeV, pT2>25 GeV, |h|<2.5 Good g/jet separation: QCD jet background at the level of 10 to 20% of the irreducible gg background Good mass resolution: sm=1.3 GeV for mH=100 GeV Standard Model Higgs Boson : 13 Standard Model Higgs Boson SM Higgs can be discovered (signal > 5s) over full mass range with 30 fb-1 (3 years of operation) In most cases, more than one channel is available Signal significance is S/B1/2 or using Poisson statistics Supersymmetry : 14 Supersymmetry Maximal extension of the Poincaré group Leads to the notion of superfield and superspace A superPoincaré transformation is then a supertranslation in superspace followed by a Lorentz transformation SUSY actions are invariant under superPoincaré They are composed of an equal number of bosonic and fermionic degrees of freedom Mixes fermions and bosons Exact SUSY there should exist fermions and bosons of the same mass Clearly not the case: SUSY is broken So why bother with SUSY? Supersymmetry : 15 Supersymmetry A Solution to the hierarchy problem If the Higgs is to be light without unnatural fine tuning, then (softly broken) SUSY particles should have MSUSY<~ 1 TeV GUT acceptable coupling constant evolution The precision data at the Z mass (LEP and SLC) are inconsistent with GUT’s using SM evolution, but are consistent with GUT’s using SUSY evolution, if MSUSY 1 TeV A natural way to break EW symmetry The large top Yukawa coupling can naturally drive the Higgs quadratic coupling negative in SUSY Local SUSY is SUperGRAvity Intimately connected to gravity Supersymmetry : 16 Supersymmetry MSSM Particle Content spin spin SUSY breaking EW symmetry breaking Supersymmetry : 17 Supersymmetry At tree level, all Higgs boson masses and couplings can expressed in terms of two parameters only: Note that we have the mixings With off-diagonal elements proportional to the fermion mass Supersymmetry : 18 Supersymmetry If SUSY exists at the electroweak scale, a discovery at LHC should be easy Gluinos and squarks are strongly produced (cross sections as high as a few pb for masses as high as 1 TeV they decay through cascades to the Lightest SUSY Particle (LSP) combination of jets, leptons, Look for deviation from SM multijets and Establish SUSY scale effective mass distributions Determine SUSY model parameters the challenge Always 2 LSP if R parity is conserved Supersymmetry : 19 Supersymmetry Squarks and Gluinos Experimental signature: Several jets with large PT and ETmiss Define and effective mass: Meff for SUSY (open circles) and for SM background (histo) Peak of Meff vs MSUSY for various models Gluino mass limits Supersymmetry : M. Lefebvre Astbury Symposium, TRIUMF, 16 April 2000 20 Supersymmetry ATLAS studies of the MSSM Higgs sector concentrate on two scenarios SUSY particle masses are large, MSUSY = 1 TeV, Higgs boson decay to SUSY particles are kinematically forbidden Studies in the framework of SUGRA models SUSY particles are light and appear in Higgs decays competing with SM decay modes Light Higgs particles appear in decays of SUSY particles: search for the decay Important channels in the MSSM Higgs search The SM decay channels Modes strongly enhanced at large tanb Other interesting channels Assume MSUSY = 1 TeV and mtop= 175 GeV Supersymmetry : M. Lefebvre Astbury Symposium, TRIUMF, 16 April 2000 21 Supersymmetry Summary of the MSSM Higgs Search Full parameter space covered, SM and MSSM can be distinguished for almost all cases Most part of the parameter space covered by at least two channels, except low mA region (covered by LEP200) If h discovered at LEP200: A/H should be observable at LHC for mA<~ 2 mtop If A,h discovered at LEP200: the charged Higgs should be seen at LHC New Vector Bosons : 22 New Vector Bosons Related to generators of new symmetry groups in extension of the SM Discovery potential for W’ and Z’ for models in which the couplings are the same as for the SM W and Z have been studied: Assume no significant Z-Z’ mixing Extra Dimensions : 23 Extra Dimensions Many models attempt to solve the hierarchy problem by postulating the existence of extra dimensions e.g. Arkani-Hamed, Dimopoulos, Dvali model SM in 3+1 D, gravitons free to propagate in 3+1+n D, where the n dimensions are compactified. The fundamental mass scale MS is related to the Planck scale where R is the size of the compactified dimensions. Assuming MS ~ 1 TeV, then Massless graviton G in 3+1+n D Massive KK gravitons GM in 3+1 D Signatures involve large Etmiss: Sensitivity (100 fb-1): MS ~ 7 TeV Ruled out!! More Searches : 24 More Searches Standard Model Physics : 25 Standard Model Physics W Physics: Triple Gauge Boson Couplings Probe non-Abelian structure of SUL(2) X U(1) Sensitive to new physics Under general assumptions (Lorentz, P and C), WWg and WWZ couplings are specified by 5 parameters: The WWg vertex is related to W magnetic moment W quadrupole moment WW suffers from large background: not studied Sensitivity from cross section measurement: l-type, increase like PT and angular distributions: constrain k-type With 30 fb-1 get about 3000 Wg and 1200 WZ events Systematics under study Standard Model Physics : 26 Standard Model Physics W Physics: Triple Gauge Boson Couplings Jet veto is effective in recovering the qualitative shape of the Born distribution, including the radiation zero 21/07/87 Conclusions : 27 Conclusions The Large Hadron Collider has a huge potential for physics discoveries... quark-gluon plasma state properties new physics in the B system SM Higgs: full mass range MSSM Higgs: cover plane SUSY: squarks and gluinos up to m ~ 2 TeV Many other searches … and for precision measurements W, top, Higgs, SUSY parameters, QCD, B-physics To fully take advantage of the LHC is a big experimental challenge Detectors under construction ATLAS is one of two multi-purpose detector designed to meet the challenge! Crucial role of TRIUMF in ATLAS and LHC We also need to be as ready as possible for the unexpected! You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.