Unveiling New Physics through Angular Distributions in Dilepton and Diboson Final States at the LHC

Doctoral Dissertation

Abstract

This thesis focuses on searches for new physics effects using angular distributions in particle colliders. In particular, angular distributions in dilepton and diboson final states have been studied. Two type of new physics effects have been searched for: 1. Small deviations in dilepton distributions due to the presence of quantum interference effects involving dark matter particles, and 2. Signals from exotic heavy resonances in the rapidity distributions of Wgamma production.

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Attribute NameValues
Author Rodolfo Mario Capdevilla Roldan
Contributor Adam O. Martin, Research Director
Degree Level Doctoral Dissertation
Degree Discipline Physics
Degree Name Doctor of Philosophy
Banner Code
  • PHD-PHYS

Defense Date
  • 2019-05-31

Submission Date 2019-06-24
Subject
  • Angular Distributions at the LHC

  • Dilepton Production

  • Diboson Production

Language
  • English

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