Ken Johns: B Physics I

Thursday, Febuary 29, 1996

This first lecture will explore some of the ongoing experimental efforts in B physics in 1996. We will briefly review Standard Model results relevant to B physics and examine how and where B physics is carried out at present. Recent results on B decays and lifetimes, rare decays, and electroweak parameters using B's are discussed. A second lecture later this semester will cover the physics of CP violation in the B system and the B physics goals for the end of the decade at Fermilab and B factories such as BaBar.

For an example of his work take a look at the Slac HEP Database: Click!