Physics highlights from the LHCb experiment

Michael Schmelling (MPI Heidelberg)
Building 2a, Sem.R. 2, 16.45 h

The LHCb detector at the Large Hadron Collider has been optimized for the study of CP-violation and rare decays in the B-meson system, but its unique kinematic coverage, excellent tracking vertexing, particle identification and trigger allowed to contribute to many other fields as well. The talk will focus on the most important results obtained during Run 1 of the LHC.

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