EPJ Web of Conferences
Volume 72, 2014International Symposium Lepton and Hadron Physics at Meson-Factories
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|Published online||06 May 2014|
Recent Progress in Tau Lepton Physics
III. Physikalisches Institut Physikzentrum RWTH Aachen 52056 Aachen, Germany
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Published online: 6 May 2014
The τ lepton is the heaviest of the charged leptons and the only one to decay into hadrons. This provides a unique opportunity to probe low energy QCD and the charged weak interaction of both the relative coupling strength to the first and second generation of quarks and to the lepton. Moreover, many new physics scenarios couple primarily to the third generation, making it a promising prospect for new physics searches. In this paper, an overview of recent measurements of the τ lepton from BABAR, BELLE and BES are presented.
I would like to thank conference organizers, F. Curciarello, V. De Leo, G. Fazio , G. Giardina, G. Mandaglio and F. Mammoliti, and S. Eidelman for giving me this opportunity to present recent results on τ decays. Personal support for Ian M. Nugent was provided by the Alexander Von Humboldt Foundation.
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