Contemporary Science Issues and Innovations
November 07, 2016 at Belmont Media Center, Belmont MA
Tulika Bose, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Physics, Boston University. Dr. Bose has completed a two-year term as CMS trigger coordinator for the Compact Muon Solenoid (CMS) experiment at the Large Hadron Collider (the trigger sets the data selection process). She now heads a CMS physics group that searches for new physics. In this discussion she describes the findings so far in this year’s testing –at the highest energy ever– at the LHC, and also the search for new physics.
Dr. Bose’s June 2016 interview on Seeker.com, How To Design An Experiment For The LHC
Tulika Bose’s SftPublic October 2015 lecture at Robbins Library What’s Up at the 2015 Large Hadron Collider
Tulika Bose’s November 2014 appearance on SftPublic’s Contemporary Science Great Expectations: The Large Hadron Collider 2015
BU Today article Tulika Bose, the Atom-Smasher