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Colloquium by Prof. Amitava Datta

Wednesday, October 5, 2016 - 10:30
LH-5, NISER, Jatni
Prof. Amitava Datta
Professor, IISER Kolkata

 Supersymmetry (SUSY) is a novel symmetry relating bosons and fermions.  If this symmetry is realised in nature then for every known elementary  fermion (boson) there should  be a yet to be observed boson (fermion).  The lightest supersymmetric particle can potentially explain the observed dark matter in the universe. The search for the supersymmetric partners  of the commonly known particles is a top priority program in the list  of the on going experiments at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) where  many Indian physicists and engineers including physicists from NISER have  been participating. In this talk SUSY phenomenology will be briefly  reviewed.

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