JetDynamics Project

The University of Durham has been awarded a prestigious 5 year ERC consolidator grant to carry out the research project JetDynamics.

It will attempt to bridge the gap between mathematics physics and experimental collider physics to develop a new generation of computational tools and methods to study the dynamics of multiple strongly interacting hadronic jets.

It aims to be able to more precisely quantify the observables, at percentile level, of precision tests at energy colliders to gain further insight into the nature of the standard model of particle physics and the fundamental interactions, ultimately with the goal of a new understanding of “scattering” at hadron colliders. LHC physics could perhaps be on the brink of a new precision era?

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