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CMS - Today, Tomorrow and the Next Decade

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As the first phase of the LHC programme comes to an end, I take a look back on how we got here, and give an experimentalist’s view of the main challenges so far. I’ll present recent results on Standard Model and BSM physics from CMS , and describe how the detector and experimental programme are likely to evolve over the next decade.

This talk is part of the Particle Physics Seminars series.

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