Monday, November 9, 1:00 p.m.
Kyle Lee - State University of New York & UCB
Unlocking QCD dynamics using jet substructure
Abstract: Study of jet substructures at the particle collider has recently emerged as a powerful way to both search for new physics and study the dynamics of strong interactions. In this talk, I will develop the theoretical framework of jet substructure measurements in the semi-inclusive jet production. Using the framework developed, I will demonstrate how jet substructure observables, namely jet angularities and hadron-in-jet can be used to extract strong coupling constants and fragmentation functions, respectively.