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Beyond the Energy Frontier: the changing eras of LHCb

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The LHCb experiment has recently completed its initial operating period (2010-2018), and has published nearly 500 scientific papers. Highlights of the physics output of the experiment will be reviewed, with an emphasis on recent results such as the discovery of charm CP violation, lepton flavour universality anomalies and observation of pentaquark states. The next era is now starting for LHCb. The Upgrade I experiment is being installed over the next two years for operation from 2021. This will allow a significant increase of instantaneous luminosity and improve efficiencies and flexibility through the introduction of a fully software based trigger at 40MHz. Beyond this the collaboration is planning further upgrades. These will use a range of novel technological developments including precision timing and CMOS based tracking systems with many opportunities for involvement in the research, design and construction activities. Can the third LHCb be a major project for Cavendish III ?

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