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LHCb highlights and future prospects

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The LHCb experiment at CERN has proved spectacularly that precision measurements in heavy quark flavour physics can be made with data collected in high-energy proton proton collisions. Among its achievements are the first observation of the rare Bs → mu+mu- decay, the most precise measurements of CP violation parameters in B and D mixing and decays, and numerous ground-breaking developments in spectroscopy including the first observations of pentaquark states. I will recap the key features of the experiment that enabled this level of performance, and discuss what future improvements need to be made in order to capitalise on the much larger data samples that will become available in the HL-LHC era.

This talk is part of the Cavendish HEP Seminars series.

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