New electroweak challenges and opportunities at the LHeC
February 10, 2022
May 12, 2022
The Large Hadron-Electron Collider (LHeC) will operate at √s = 1.2 TeV and accumulate about 1/ab of integrated electron-proton luminosity. Novel studies of high energy photon-photon interactions at the LHeC, at the γγ center-of-mass energy up to 1 TeV, will open new frontiers in the electroweak physics as well as in searches for physics beyond the Standard Model. Despite a very high ep luminosity, the experimental conditions will be very favorable at the LHeC - a negligible event pileup will allow for unique studies of a number of processes involving the exclusive production via photon-photon fusion.
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