Discovering the Other 95% of the Universe: What's Next for the LHC

Discovering the Other 95% of the Universe: What's Next for the LHC

Prof. Kevin Lannon

Tuesday October 6th 2015 - 7:00 pm

101 Jordan Hall of Science

In 2012, the experiments at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) announced that they had discovered the last remaining building block in our theory of the subatomic world, the Higgs boson.  Is the Higgs the final chapter in the story of particle physics?  As the LHC begins a new run at an even higher energy, what kind of discoveries can we expect?  In this talk, we consider the possibilities for what might come next at the LHC.

LHC show in the DVT and stargazing (if clear)


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