Particle Physics at the Energy and Intensity Frontier
Sadia Khalil, Kansas State University
The discovery of Higgs boson in year 2012, at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) is a
revolution of twenty--‐first in context of the success of the standard model of particle physics (SM). On the other hand, there are still many observed phenomena that are
unexplainable by this model, including gravity, dark matter, origin of masses to the fundamental particles, and the huge differences of the energies where these particles are observed. At the LHC, that is currently running at the world’s ever---achievable high energies, we search for new particles both at CMS and ATLAS experiment, that are predicted by beyond the SM theories. A high light of these searches and their importance will be presented in order to understand the mysteries of the universe.