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The SuperB Project

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The SuperB experiment is a next generation Super Flavour Factory expected to accumulate 75ab^-1 of data at the Y(4S) in five years of nominal running. This facility will be constructed at the Cabibbo Lab in Italy and will be operational later this decade. In addition to running at the Y(4S), SuperB will be able to accumulate data from the psi(3770) up to the Y(6S). A polarized electron beam enables unique physics opportunities at SuperB. I will discuss the physics programme at SuperB before briefly reviewing the detector design and anticipated accelerator performance.

This talk is part of the Cavendish HEP Seminars series.

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