Summary of new ATLAS results from 2023 Winter Conferences

16 March 2023 | By

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The winter conference season has begun! This month, all roads lead to La Thuile in the Italian Alps, where experimental physicists and theorists will take part in some of the most important particle physics meetings of the year. The La Thuile and Rencontres de Moriond conferences promise not to disappoint, with topical sessions ranging from heavy-ion and neutrino physics, to dark matter searches and astroparticle observations.

The La Thuile conference kicked off Sunday 5 March. The first Moriond conference, Electroweak Interactions & Unified Theories, will begin on 18 March, followed closely by the second one, QCD and High Energy Interactions, on 25 March. ATLAS Collaboration members will attend throughout, unveiling several new analyses of the LHC Run-2 dataset (2015-2018) and first results studying the Run-3 dataset (2022-ongoing). Look forward to exciting observations of new processes, the most recent insights in the search for new physics, new high-precision measurements of fundamental particles, and much more.

Several of these key results will be explored in physics briefings – check the 2023 Winter Conferences tag for the latest updates – and several more will be presented in conference talks. Explore the full list of new ATLAS results in the links below, which will be updated as the meetings progress.

Latest Physics Briefings and News

New results presented at the 2023 Winter Conferences

Scalar boson and diboson searches

Standard Model

Top Quark

Exotic New Physics

Explore all ATLAS results