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Some early ATLAS results, and a look at subjet structure as a search tool at the LHC

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A feature of LHC physics above the electroweak symmetry-breaking scale is that particles with masses around this scale (e.g. W,Z,H,top) can be produced well above threshold. This means that in many important processes they have a considerable boost, and if they decay to hadrons, these hadrons appear in a single jet. Analysing the substructure of this jet is a powerful method for identifying such events. After showing some first relevant ATLAS results on jets and hadronic final states, I will describe the subjet techniques and discuss their applications.

This talk is part of the Wednesday HEP-GR Colloquium series.

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