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SEMINAR Recent results on tau lepton from Belle

Tau-lepton dynamics is much less explored than quark dynamics and thus offers among the most promising probes for indirect searches for non-Standard-Model physics.

The detector of the Belle experiment

Tau-lepton dynamics is much less explored than quark dynamics and thus offers among the most promising probes for indirect searches for non-Standard-Model physics. Currently, the largest samples of tau-lepton decays have been collected with the Belle detector at the KEKB electron-positron collider at KEK, Japan. After a brief overview of the Belle tau-lepton program, I focus on the recent measurement of the ?- ? "- ?+ ?- ? branching fraction. Finally, I discuss tau-lepton opportunities at Belle II.

Speaker: Dr. Yifan Jin (CNRS Strasbourg)

Tuesday, April 2, 2.30pm – Aula D, Dipartimento di Fisica

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