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Searching for new physics with machine learning at the Large Hadron Collider

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The Standard Model of particle physics has been incredibly successful at predicting the properties and interactions of the known fundamental particles. However, there are several major flaws with the model, one being the lack of explanation for dark matter. We know there is more to be discovered, and this is why the Large Hadron Collider – the world’s most powerful particle collider – was built at CERN . The ATLAS experiment is one of the main detectors at the LHC and collects petabytes of data each year. In this talk I will describe recent attempts to build automatic “structure-finding” models using tensor-attention networks, which will help tease out hints of rare signals of new particles from the deluge of background data.

This talk is part of the Data Intensive Science Seminar Series series.

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