KIP publications

year 2013
author(s) Julia I. Hofmann
title Standard Model Measurements at ATLAS
KIP-Nummer HD-KIP 13-102
KIP-Gruppe(n) F8
document type Paper
Keywords (shown) ATLAS, Standard Model
Abstract (en)

The Standard Model of particle physics yields a successful description of the fundamental particles and their interactions. The ATLAS experiment at the Large Hadron Collider studies these interactions in a multitude of different analyses, which allow testing the Model at unprecedented energies. The Standard Model processes can be measured with high precision and contributions from potential new physics can be constrained. In this review, a selection of the latest Standard Model analyses performed by the ATLAS collaboration is shown. This includes the inclusive jet cross-section and ratio measurement, the analysis of photon plus jet production and the measurement of W production in association with a charm hadron. The study of high-mass Drell-Yan processes and the Z/γ∗ forward-backward asymmetry is presented as well as analyses of ZZ and W ± Z production.

  title    = {Standard Model Measurements at ATLAS},
  year     = {2013},
  volume   = {}
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