HEP Seminar-Qianshu Lu-Harvard-"Physics at a High Energy Muon Collider"

Date
Jul 11, 2022, 2:00 pm2:00 pm
Location
303 Jadwin Hall
Event Description

 A high energy muon collider is a unique machine that breaks the traditional energy/precision dichotomy. It provides both an unprecedented reach in energy with a compact ring and a clean environment that allows precise measurements. I will provide an overview of the powerful physics potential of a multi-TeV muon collider, starting from its general features, then a survey of various physics studies in the area of Higgs physics, dark matter, and complementarity with low energy experiments.