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Searches for New Physics with Top Quarks at ATLAS: A review from LHCP and beyond

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As the most massive discovered fundamental particle, the top quark has a unique potential to couple to physics new physics at or beyond the TeV scale. In the current ‘golden age’ for top physics, with the LHC often described as a top quark factory, ATLAS has a rich program of research that utilises the top in a variety of ways to hunt for Beyond the Standard Model phenomena. This talk will focus on some of the most recent exploratory ATLAS results presented at LHCP , covering both direct searches for specific models, and model-independent EFT fits on precision measurements. A particular focus is given to rare associated top quark production modes, which represent the furthest reaches of the ATLAS top program to date.

This talk is part of the Cavendish HEP Seminars series.

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