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Event simulation for collider experiments at unprecedented precision

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HEP Lectureship Candidate Seminar : all members of the department are encouraged to attend

The world’s largest particle accelerator, the LHC , has been running extremely well during the last couple of years. The data recorded by the experiments is of extremely high quality, surpassing most expectations. To get the most out of the data by comparing them to theory, predictions of evenly high quality are a must. In this talk I’ll discuss the FxFx merging procedure, implemented in the aMC@NLO program, that allows for the simulation of events and comparisons to data at unprecedented precision.

This talk is part of the Special Departmental Seminars series.

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