报告题目：Results of Di-boson ZZ production with ATLAS 13TeV data 报 告 人：耿聪 博士（University of Michigan） 报告时间：2018年1月3日（周三）上午10:00 报告地点：物理楼新楼多功能厅 报告摘要： Di-boson ZZ production is one of golden channels in pp collision at LHC, which becomes more and more important with the increasing of data luminosity. In 2013, H->ZZ->*4l is one of significant channels for Higgs discovery. At RUN2 period of LHC, ZZ production attracts more interests and efforts on the precision measurements and Beyond Standard Model (BSM) searches due to the higher statistics. In this talk, some new results related with Di-boson ZZ production will be presented. First of all, the SM ZZ production is measured with very high precision, of which the results with 13TeV will be shown and compared to theoretical predictions and former results. Higgs ZZ will be another major aspect, and the coupling measurement of Higgs to ZZ4l will be presented. Besides the measurement, some searches on BSM will be included: High mass resonance searches with fully leptonic ZZ decays and Higgs decaying to invisible particle search. 报告人简介： Dr. Cong Feng received his BS (2008) and Ph.D (2014) from University of Science and Technology of China. He visited University of Hawaii (USA) from Nov. 2012 to Mar. 2013 and has been working as a postdoc fellow in the Department of Physics in University of Michigan (USA) from Aug. 2014. He got Excellence Award of President of Chinese Academy of Sciences (中国科学院院长奖-院长优秀奖), National Scholarship for Excellent Doctor student (国家奖学金(博士)), Outstanding doctoral thesis support program (优秀博士论文支持项目), “Qiu Shi” Graduate Student Scholarship (Qiu Shi Science and Technology Founda- tion) (求是基金会“求是”研究生奖学金), “Best Poster Presentation Award” in the “3rd Hope Meeting” (in Japan) (日本 “第三届希望会议”最佳墙报奖), Scholarship Award for Doctoral Student (Funding) (博士生奖学金-项目基金), Graduate Innovation Fund (研究生创新基金) and National Encouragement Scholarship (国家励志奖学金). His current research interest is on the experimental high energy physics. He participating in the BESIII experiment at Beijing Electron and Positron Collider (BEPCII) during his PhD studies and is full time participating in the ATLAS experiment in Large Hadron Collider (LHC) now.