B0 → Ks π0 and Direct CP Violation at Belle


B0 → Ks π0 and Direct CP Violation at Belle

Geoff Opat Seminar Room (Level 6)
David Caro Building


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Studies of rare charmless B decays at Belle provide an opportunity to probe for physics beyond the standard model. I investigate improved machine learning applications and the use of adversarial neural-networks for background suppression. I outline a method to more accurately measure direct CP violation in B0→Ks π0 decays and will present my studies using Monte Carlo data showing an improved statistical uncertainty compared to the world average.


  •  Anton Hawthorne
    Anton Hawthorne, University of Melbourne