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Physics Colloquium: CMS, the next generation -- a story from the energy frontier - Prof. Nadja Strobbe (University of Minnesota)

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Friday, November 19, 2021 at 1:00pm to 2:00pm

PG6 - Tech Station, 112
11200 SW 8th ST, PG6 - Tech Station, Miami, Florida 33199


We are now a decade into the running period of the Large Hadron Collider. During this time we have discovered the Higgs boson and have measured Standard Model processes with ever greater precision. Unfortunately, no smoking-gun signature of new physics, beyond the Standard Model, has appeared. 

In this talk, Prof. Nadja Strobbe will highlight the exciting ways in which the CMS experiment is pushing the frontier of particle physics. This includes using new analysis techniques such as machine learning to extend our discovery reach to as-yet unprobed and challenging signatures, as well as building the next generation of the experiment in preparation for the High-Luminosity running period of the LHC starting in 2027. 


  • PhD Physics from Ghent University in 2015
  • Postdoc at Fermilab 2015-2019
  • Assistant professor at University of Minnesota since 2019
  • Part of the CMS collaboration at the LHC since 2010. Research focuses on searches for supersymmetry and building readout electronics. 

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