Kansas State University


Heavy Quark Physics with Silicon Detectors at Collider Experiments

(Mid-Tenure Review)

Cardwell 102

Tuesday, April 8, 2005

4:30 p.m.


I am going to report on the work my group and I have been doing for the last two and a half years. Emphasis is put on silicon detectors and the physics results we obtain with them at the D-Zero hadron collider experiment at Fermilab. I will also give an outlook on physics at the large hadron collider in Switzerland and present R&D for the international linear collider.