19-21 September 2023
Europe/Berlin timezone

Looking Forward to New Physics at the LHC: FASER and the FPF

20 Sep 2023, 14:30
Nachrichtentechnik-Hörsaal (NTI) (KIT)

Nachrichtentechnik-Hörsaal (NTI)


Engesserstraße 5, 76131 Karlsruhe


Jamie Boyd (CERN)


FASER is a new experiment for Run-3 of the LHC. Situated in the very forward direction 500m from the ATLAS collision point, the experiment is designed to search for light, weakly coupled new particles and to study high energy neutrinos of all flavours. FASER's first physics results will be presented, along with the future prospects of the experiment.
Studies of the physics potential of FASER have highlighted the exciting and broad physics programme in the very forward region of the LHC collisions, and have motivated the proposed Forward Physics Facility (FPF). This would be a new dedicated facility to house several new experiments for the HL-LHC era. The physics potential of the FPF, and the status of technical studies on the facility and proposed experiments will be presented.

Primary author

Presentation Materials

Your browser is out of date!

Update your browser to view this website correctly. Update my browser now