Gabriella Sciolla, Brandeis University
Double the energy, double the fun: first results from the new and improved LHC
Argonne Physics Division Colloquium - 25 Mar 2016
11:00 AM, Building 203 auditorium

After a two-year shutdown, the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at CERN has resumed its activity and it is now colliding protons at 13 TeV, almost twice its previous center-of-mass energy. Will the second run of the LHC be as fruitful as the first one? In this talk, I will summarize the main lessons learned from the LHC so far, show the first physics results obtained in 13 TeV collisions, and discuss the prospects for the future.

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