Oct 2016 - Sep 2017

Search for new physics with b→sℓ+ℓ− decays at LHCb

by Simone Bifani (University of Birmingham)

Rare electroweak penguin processes provide a rich platform to search for new physics. Some deviations have recently been found between the rate and angular distribution of these processes measured by the LHCb experiment and theoretical predictions. In addition, LHCb has seen hints of lepton universality breaking in these rare processes. This talk will review these measurements and put them in the context of search for new physics.
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