Lisa Randall CERN 2007
Black Holes and Quantum Gravity at the LHC
The talk focused on models with higher dimensions of quantum gravity in the context of a low quantum gravity scale. How low ? Well, as low as one can hope for - about 1 TeV or so. Naturally, at the LHC one would expect quite dramatic signatures.
Should LHC be looking at black hole production or elsewhere ?
The questions experimentalists have to ask themselves at the start of a project like the LHC, which will explore unknown new energy scale and domains: - “Are we optimizing existing searches for the signatures we might have access to ?” and “Are we sure we are not missing possible searches ?”
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