Tag Archives: Monte Carlo

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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MCnet at Cumberland Lodge

This week I’m in Windsor Great Park for a summer school on Monte Carlo event generators for particle physics (and beyond).

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Perturbation theory: are we covering up new physics?

A timely award of the J. J. Sakurai Prize acknowledges how hard it can be sometimes to pin down what the Standard Model really thinks Read more at the Guardian. See also Chapter 6.2 of Smashing Physics.

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