Tue01Sep20204:00 pmZoom Meeting. See Below.
Colloquium: Solving Big Mysteries in Particle Physics with a New Force
Department of Physics and Astronomy
University of Alabama
Solving Big Mysteries in Particle Physics with a New Force
For the last decades, the Standard Model of particle physics has been the best theory for describing elementary particle phenomena observed in nature. However, there still are big mysteries that the Standard Model fails to explain: (1) Why are neutrino masses so tiny? (2) What is the nature of the dark matter in our universe? (3) What drives the Cosmological Inflation before Big Bang? (4) Where does ordinary matter come from, and what happened to antimatter? (5) Why is the CP-violation so small in the strong interaction? In this colloquium, I will first review the Standard Model, its success and fails, and then discuss our recent proposal of a simple extension of the Standard Model with a new force that offers a solution to the above 5 mysteries.
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Meeting ID: 213 798 950