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The importance of electroweak corrections at high energies

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I will show that electroweak corrections in high center of mass collisions become increasingly important, and that fixed order perturbation theory breaks down for center of mass energies of a few TeV. This is due to large logarithms that grow with the center of mass energy. I will present results that resum the leading logarithms, and show that the resummation gives important numerical differences to fixed order calculations.

This talk is part of the Cavendish HEP Seminars series.

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