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What can and do data from LHCb tell us about physics at the TeV scale?

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Indirect measurements such as flavour-changing weak decays played an important role in the construction of the Standard Model of particle physics. Rare flavour-violating decays also provide a very sensitive probe of degrees of freedom beyond the Standard Model, wich are widely expected to exist in the TeV mass range. I will review the theory of B decays and how it can be used to access fundamental parameters, such as, for instance, SUSY -breaking terms in the MSSM Lagrangian or “fermion geometry” in models of warped extra dimensions, and describe current work to exploit some of the flagship measurements of the LHCb experiment in these contexts.

This talk is part of the HEP phenomenology joint Cavendish-DAMTP seminar series.

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