The Belle II experiment: status and physics prospects

Jing-Ge Shiu

23 January 2018

Abstract: The Belle II experiment at SuperKEKB e+/e- collider, Japan, is aiming at exploring favour physics in high intensity frontier. The target instantaneous luminosity of SuperKEKB is at 8x10^35/s/cm^2, which is 40 times higher than that at KEKB. The renovated Belle II detectors around the interaction point are expected to collect 50 ab^-1 data within 7 years. This gives high data statistics for precision measurements and probing new physics in rare decay studies. The Belle II experiment has successfully recorded the first collision events at SuperKEKB in April 2018, and ready for physics data taking. This presentation will cover the current status of Belle II and highlight its prospects on favour physics.

Keyword(s): SuperKEKB, Belle, Belle II

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