Recent Results From The CMS Experiment
Yıldız Teknik Üniversitesi
Özet/Abstract : Since the beginning of this year the CMS Experiment at LHC has been collecting data from 8 TeV center of mass energy proton-proton collisions. The science community was eagerly expecting updated results on Higgs boson search after the first results shown in 2011. With the jointly held meeting on July 4th 2012, ATLAS and CMS experiments announced the observation of a new boson with mass around 125 GeV. By using 2012 data, other studies have also been carried out for exotic and supersymmetric physics, which perhaps did not resonate with scientific community as much as the Higgs search did.In this talk, after describing the current status of data taking at CMS, I will discuss the recent results from the CMS experiment, covering standard model Higgs
boson, exotic and supersymmetric searches. Due to large number of studies I will concentrate only on a few analyses, pointing out their reflections on theoretical studies. During the talk I will also explain several key plots on the significance that are commonly used in collider physics analysis.