Tag Archives: ATLAS

A boost in trying times

My first ever blog post was about measuring the Higgs boson when it is produced with very high momentum and decays to b-quarks. When that happens, all the decay products of the Higgs appear in a single “jet” of particles. … Continue reading

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#PhysicistsAtHome

Katarina Anthony and the education and outreach team of the ATLAS experiment have started soliciting short videos from across our collaboration (and hence across the world) as we all hunker down and try to work from home during the Coronavirus … Continue reading

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Modelling the invisible part of the cross-section

Originally posted on 2 eV Blog:
I am on day 3 – or is it 4, I lose count – of a quarantine since coming down with mild flu-like symptoms on Tuesday.  For about half of that time I have been…

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Reinterpretation of Data

Good data can be interpreted many ways. (So can bad data of course, but that’s boring.) This is not a comment on any recent epidemiology modelling, though I suppose there may be some issues in common. Here in my little … Continue reading

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