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ATLAS Collaboration Report SJTU Result of Massive Double Boson Resonance State Search

June 11, 2018      Author: Li Shu

 

On May 8th, 2018, the ATLAS Collaboration (about 3,000 people) of European Nuclear Center (CERN)’s Large Hadron Collider (LHC) Experiment made a special report about latest results obtained in the new physical massive resonance search at the decaying state of W/Z/H+ photon (arXiv: 1805.01908):

The physical project was led and completed by Li Shu, a young scholar from Tsung-Dao Lee Institute of Shanghai Jiao Tong University and special researcher from SJTU’s School of Physics and Astronomy and Liang Zhijun, an associate professor from Institute of High Energy Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences. As one of the two project directors, Li Shu introduced the theoretical model of the Higgs particle + photon double resonance state into LHC experiments for the first time and directly led and promoted this project and related physical analysis.

 


Translated by Chen Qianqian   Reviewd by Wang Bingyu