Tue03Sep20194:00 pmLewis Hall 101
Colloquium: CP Violation in the Precision Era
Department of Natural Sciences
Lawrence Technological University
CP Violation in the Precision Era
Anomalies in recent data present strong hints of physics beyond the Standard Model. Several new physics models, among them vector bosons and leptoquarks, have proven to be viable candidates in light of the data. Intensity frontier experiments will soon test many of these models through precision measurements of low-energy observables. In this talk I will present a subset of recent measurements that come with a hint of new physics. I will present proposals for testing and distinguishing between some of the popular new physics models, by using CP violating observables.