First Physics Results from Belle II@SuperKEKB

Tom Browder (University of Hawai'i)

11 September 2020
Fermilab Wine and Cheese Seminar

Abstract: I review the status of Belle II and SuperKEKB after the spring 2020 run during the global pandemic. SuperKEKB broke the world luminosity record and achieved a peak luminosity of 2.4 x 10^34/cm^2/sec. Belle II has started producing physics including results on the dark sector, B physics, tau physics and charm physics. The B physics results include demonstrations of its capabilities for time-dependent CP violation measurements and first results on semileptonic and rare charmless decays. I then briefly discuss the plans for the future: upgrades of SuperKEKB and Belle II needed to realize its full potential and our plans for the Snowmass process.

Keyword(s): SuperKEKB ; Belle II ; Luminosity Record ; First Physics ; Dark Sector ; B physics ; Charm physics ; tau physics ; time-dependent CP violation ; semileptonic decays ; FEI ; E_ECL ; Snowmass LOI ; Upgrades
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