Searches for exotic heavy particles with ATLAS

James Ferrando (University of Glasgow)
DESY Auditorium 16.45 h

The large hadron collider defines the current high-energy frontier of particle physics. Its high centre-of-mass collision energy has opened up the possibility of producing a wide variety of heavy new particles that previously lay far beyond our reach. In this seminar I will review recent searches for exotic heavy bosons and heavy fermions performed by the ATLAS collaboration. I will also discuss the prospects for searches with 13 TeV LHC data still to come.

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