Conference

IFAE at EPS-HEP 2021

The European Physical Society conference on high energy physics 2021 (EPS-HEP 2021), one of the most important conferences in HEP of the year, is taking place online this week. Three IFAE groups are participating:

Several members of the IFAE-ATLAS group are attending, with one of them giving a talk at a parallel session:

At this conference, the ATLAS Collaboration is releasing a total of 26 new results using the full Run 2 dataset (results being added as the public webpages are unembargoed):

The IFAE-ATLAS group has made strong contributions to three new results:

  • “Combination and summary of ATLAS dark matter searches using 139 fb−1 of √s = 13 TeV pp collision data and interpreted in a two-Higgs-doublet model with a pseudoscalar mediator”, ATLAS-CONF-2021-036
  • “Search for a light charged Higgs boson in t→H±b decays, with H±→cb, in the lepton jets final state in proton-proton collisions at √s=13 TeV with the ATLAS detector”, ATLAS-CONF-2021-037
  • “Search for the single production of vector-like T quarks decaying into tH and tZ with the ATLAS detector”, ATLAS-CONF-2021-040

The GW group is contributing a talk to EPS-HEP 2021

The theory group is contributing a talk to EPS-HEP 2021

Latest Group News

Publication

New GW and Theory group publication

July 28, 2021

Search for a scalar induced stochastic gravitational wave background in the third LIGO-Virgo observing run” by A. Romero-Rodriguez, Mario Martinez, O. Pujolàs, M. Sakellariadou, V. Vaskonen has been uploaded to arXiv.

Conference

The IFAE theory group at HADRON 2021

July 27, 2021

The 19th International Conference on Hadron Spectroscopy and Structure in memoriam Simon Eidelman (HADRON2021) is taking place on July 26 - 31, 2021. The Theory Group at IFAE is contributing 2 talks

Publication

New Theory group publications

July 21, 2021

Two new papers on gravitational waves by Theory group member Diego Blas and collaborator Alex Jenkins. Detecting stochastic gravitational waves with binary resonance and Bridging the μHz gap in the gravitational-wave landscape with binary resonance