Search for Hidden Particles in Intensity Frontier Experiment SHiP

  • V. M. Gorkavenko Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Ukraine
Keywords: physics beyond the Standard Model, hidden particles, hidden sectors, renormalizable portals, intensity frontier experiment, SHiP, SPS

Abstract

Despite the undeniable success of the Standard Model of particle physics (SM), there are some phenomena (neutrino oscillations, baryon asymmetry of the Universe, dark matter, etc.) that SM cannot explain. This phenomena indicate that the SM have to be modified. Most likely, there are new particles beyond the SM. There are many experiments to search for new physics that can be can divided into two types: energy and intensity frontiers. In experiments of the first type, one tries to directly produce and detect new heavy particles. In experiments of the second type, one tries to directly produce and detect new light particles that feebly interact with SM particles. The future intensity frontier SHiP experiment (Search for Hidden Particles) at the CERN SPS is discussed. Its advantages and technical characteristics are given.

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Published
2019-09-18
How to Cite
Gorkavenko, V. (2019). Search for Hidden Particles in Intensity Frontier Experiment SHiP. Ukrainian Journal of Physics, 64(8), 689. https://doi.org/10.15407/ujpe64.8.689
Section
New Trends in High-Energy Physics (Conference materials)