Summary of new ATLAS results for EPS-HEP 2019

11 July 2019 | By

Higgs Candidates,Proton Collisions,Event Displays,Physics,ATLAS
New ATLAS Run 2 candidate event display of a Higgs boson, produced in association with two top quarks, decaying to four muons (red tracks) There is an additional electron (represented by green track and green EM calorimeter deposits) and four particle jets (yellow cones). (Image: ATLAS Collaboration/CERN)

ATLAS physicists are in Ghent, Belgium, this week for the European Physical Society Conference on High-Energy Physics (EPS-HEP) 2019. Since its establishment in 1971, the EPS-HEP conference has brought together the high-energy particle physics community every two years to discuss the latest results in field. This year, several hundred physicists from around the world are expected to attend.

The ATLAS Collaboration will be unveiling a wide range of new results, including several new analyses of the full LHC Run 2 dataset. Look forward to precision measurements involving the Higgs boson, observations of key electroweak production processes and new high-precision tests of the Standard Model.

Key results will be explored in ATLAS Physics Briefings, to be released throughout the conference. Check the EPS 2019 tag for the latest updates.

Latest EPS-HEP 2019 News and Physics Briefings

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