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LHCb: a general purpose detector in the forward region

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LHCb is one of the 4 big detectors of the Large Hadron Collider (LHC). LHCb is a forward spectrometer whose acceptance and specific features makes it very complementary to the rest of the LHC experiments. Examples of very well known results produced by the experiment concern flavour physics or spectroscopy. However, in the last years, LHCb has been able to make relevant contributions in many other areas beyond those for which it was originally designed, a summary of which will be presented in this talk. More specifically, focus will be set on SM and top physics, direct searches and soft QCD physics. These and many other results make LHCb currently a general purpose detector in the forward region.

This talk is part of the Cavendish HEP Seminars series.

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