EPP Theory Seminar: Felix Kling - Looking forward to Neutrinos at the LHC
Neutrinos are copiously produced at the LHC, but no LHC neutrino has ever been detected. FASERv, a recently approved subdetector of FASER, is designed to detect such collider neutrinos for the first time and study their properties. In this talk, I will show that the small and inexpensive emulsion detector will be able to detect thousands of neutrino interactions with TeV energies. I will present physics opportunities using LHC neutrinos and discuss the need of improved QCD models to describe forward particle production at the LHC, aiming to stimulate a fruitful discussion with my audience.
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