Warped Extra-Dimensional Opportunities and Signatures

author: Lisa Randall, Department of Physics, Harvard University
published: Sept. 17, 2010,   recorded: March 2008,   views: 5556
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I plan to discuss ways of searching for warped geometry and other extra-dimensional scenarios, with emphasis on the general lessons for search strategies. We will consider RS geometry on the brane and in the bulk, as well as possible black hole or quantum gravity signatures. If time permits, we will also consider fermion masses and/or precision Higgs measurements.

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