Summary of new ATLAS results from Moriond 2021

21 March 2021 | By

Virtual Moriond
The Moriond conferences will be held virtually in 2021. (Logo: Les Rencontres de Moriond)

Since 1966, Les Rencontres de Moriond has united experimentalists and theorists for weeks of scientific discussion. 2021 is no exception – but instead of in-person chats over coffee in La Thuile (Italy), physicists will be sharing their new findings in online meetings.

The first week-long Moriond conference, Electroweak Interactions and Unified Theories, kicks off today. The second, QCD and High Energy Interactions, begins one week later. ATLAS Collaboration members will be attending both, presenting their latest results using the full dataset recorded during Run 2 of the LHC (2015–2018). Look forward to exciting new insight into supersymmetry, high-precision measurements of the Higgs boson, novel searches for exotic particles and more.

While several of these key results will be explored in physics briefings, many more will be presented throughout the conferences. Explore them all in the links below, which will be updated continuously over the coming weeks.

Latest Physics Briefings and News

For all news and physics briefings, follow the 2021 Winter Conferences tag.

New results presented at Moriond 2021

Higgs boson

Standard Model

Top quark

Exotic New Physics


Scalar boson and diboson searches

Explore all ATLAS results