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Recent IPPP Preprints

A fresh look at ALP searches in fixed target experiments

Lucian Harland-Lang, Joerg Jaeckel, and Michael Spannowsky

B anomalies and dark matter: a complex connection

D.G. Cerdeno, A. Cheek, P. Martin-Ramiro, and J.M. Moreno

Full NLO corrections to 3-jet production and R32 at the LHC

Max Reyer, Marek Schönherr, and Steffen Schumann

Asymmetric heavy-quark hadroproduction at LHCb: Predictions and applications

Rhorry Gauld, Ulrich Haisch, and Benjamin D. Pecjak

News

Previous news is available in our archive

Former IPPP PhD student Matthew Kirk was awarded the Springer Prize for his thesis with the title Charming new physics in beautiful processes. Matthew is now a post-doc at La Sapienza in Rome.

Joseph Bullock, one of the students from our 2017 cohort of the CDT for Data Intensive Science, worked as an AI Research Fellow with UN Global Pulse, New York for his secondment to non-academic partners.

The IPPP welcomed 170 scientists and members from the funding agency STFC for the 2018 edition of the Annual Theory Meeting.

Our friend and colleague James Stirling passed away after a short illness on Friday 9 November. James shared an appointment between Physics and Mathematical Sciences until he became the inaugural Director of IPPP in 2000.