EWK physics : Measurements and prospects from LHCb
September 28, 2020
January 11, 2021
LHCb experiment offers a complementary phase-space to study electroweak processes, compared to the ATALS and CMS experiments, which benefits from the forward detector acceptance and large bandwidth of the triggers allowing low energy thresholds. The LHCb electroweak results provide sensitivity to PDF $x$ values, which is unexplored by other experiments. In this proceeding, electroweak measurements and prospects from the LHCb, using data collected in the LHC Run I and Run II, are presented.
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