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Recent Results at LHCb

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2011 was a wonderful year for particle physics. While the world is currently excited about the tantalising hints of the elusive Higgs at the LHC and eagerly awaiting confirmations of a superluminal neutrino, there are also some very interesting progresses made in flavour physics led by the LHCb experiment, one of the four major experiments at the LHC . I will present the major physics outcome in 2011 and highlight some particularly important results in CP violation and rare decays, including the world’s best measurement of the CP violating phase phi_s in the decay B_s->JpsiPhi, first evidence of CP violation in the charm system, search for Bs->mumu and study of angular correlations in Bd->K*mumu. I will also briefly discuss future prospects of searching for new physics at LHCb and its upgrade.

This talk is part of the Particle Physics Seminars series.

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