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Add to Calendar 11/9/2018 12:00 pm 11/9/2018 America/Chicago High Energy Phenomenology Seminar: William Jay "Composite BSM physics on the lattice" DESCRIPTION:

My talk will describe recent results from lattice simulations of SU(4) gauge theory with simultaneous fermions in two different representations. The motivation for studying such a theory is twofold. First, this theory is closely related to a theory of physics beyond the Standard Model which was recently proposed in the literature. In this model, the Higgs boson is a composite particle, and the top quark is a partially composite particle. Second, theories of this sort represent a new direction in the study of gauge dynamics and thus provide many opportunities to test our qualitative understanding of strongly coupled physics.

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William Jay (Fermilab)

Loomis 464

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High Energy Phenomenology Seminar: William Jay "Composite BSM physics on the lattice"

Speaker William Jay (Fermilab)
Date: 11/9/2018
Time: 12 p.m.
Location:

Loomis 464

Event Contact: Lauren Pearce
lpearce@illinois.edu
Sponsor:

High Energy & Cosmo Theory

Event Type: Seminar/Symposium
 

My talk will describe recent results from lattice simulations of SU(4) gauge theory with simultaneous fermions in two different representations. The motivation for studying such a theory is twofold. First, this theory is closely related to a theory of physics beyond the Standard Model which was recently proposed in the literature. In this model, the Higgs boson is a composite particle, and the top quark is a partially composite particle. Second, theories of this sort represent a new direction in the study of gauge dynamics and thus provide many opportunities to test our qualitative understanding of strongly coupled physics.

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