Beautiful Mirrors at the LHC

Friday July 9th, 14:30h - Seminar Room

Speaker: Roberto Vega-Morales (Northwestern University)

Abstract: In this talk I will explore the "Beautiful Mirrors" model, which aims to explain the measured value of A^b_FB, discrepant at the 2.9sigma level. This scenario introduces vector-like quarks which mix with the bottom, subtly affecting its coupling to the Z. The spectrum of the new particles consists
of two bottom-like quarks and a charge -4/3 quark, all of which have electroweak interactions with the third generation. After reviewing the A^b_FB and the "Beautiful Mirrors" model, I will discuss the phenomenology and discovery reach for these new particles at the LHC.

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