Belle II experiment: Status and prospect”

Eiasha Waheed

18 April 2022

Abstract: The Belle II experiment at the SuperKEKB 𝑒−𝑒+ collider is the successor to the Belle experiment. The design luminosity is 6.5 × 1035cm−2s−1 and it aims to record integrated luminosity of 50 fb−1 which is 50 times more than that of Belle. The current integrated luminosity has so far reached 213 fb−1 by summer 2021. Belle II aims to measure the matrix elements of Cabibbo-Kobayashi- Maskawa (CKM) matrix and their phases with unprecedented precision. With 50 fb−1 of data, Belle II will be able to discover new physics beyond the Standard Model. The initial physics results have already confirmed the performance of the detector. We briefly report the status and prospects of the Belle II experiment

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