15-16 December 2020
Centre for Particle Theory, Durham
Europe/London timezone

An analytical look at top tagging with N-subjettiness

16 Dec 2020, 11:00
Teams (Centre for Particle Theory, Durham)


Centre for Particle Theory, Durham

IPPP & Dept. Mathematical Sciences Durham University South Road Durham DH1 3LE


Mr Jack Helliwell (University of Manchester)


I will examine the effectiveness and resilience to non perturbative effects of various top tagging procedures which make use of n-subjettiness, initially using Monte Carlo simulations. I will then present resummed calculations, at modified leading log accuracy, of the most effective variants of these taggers for both the signal and background. These calculations will then be used to understand the physics which drives these taggers, ultimately facilitating the simplification of them whilst improving the performance over a range of signal efficiencies.

Are you happy for your talk to be recorded? Yes
Will you be pre-recording your talk? No
Length of talk 15-25 minutes
Would you be interested in receiving feedback on your talk? Yes

Primary author

Mr Jack Helliwell (University of Manchester)

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