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2 Vivek Sharma University of California at San Diego CP Violation in B Decays Vulcano Workshop 2006

3 2 The universe is now matter dominated: where has all the primordial anti-matter gone? –Anti-proton/proton ratio ~10 -4 in cosmic rays; no evidence for annihilation photons from intergalactic clouds Sakharov conditions (1967) for generation of cosmological asymmetry: –Baryon number violation, e.g., proton decay –Thermal non-equilibrium –Violation of C, CP discrete symmetries CP Violation seen in Particle decays What, if any, is the connection between CP violation in the cosmos and the CPV in subatomic systems ? From Cosmos To Quarks !

4 3 CP Violation In Subatomic Systems CP Violation first discovered in the Kaon system Kaon system has been the playground of CPV model-building (and model-killing ) since discovery (1964) Kobayashi & Maskawa’s proposition (1973) of CPV in the context of the complex weak couplings of 3 generations of quarks consistent with observed CPV in the Kaon system (postdiction!) But hadronic uncertainties in the Kaon system makes clean interpretation of CPV in terms of SM or New Physics difficult B mesons are the “new” & theoretically clean laboratory for investigation of CP Violation within SM & Beyond Standard Model Two dedicated experimental efforts: – PEP-II Collider & BaBar detector in California –KEK-B Collider & Belle detector in Japan

5 4 Asymmetric Energy e + e - Colliders: B Factories PEP-II KEK-b 350 fb fb -1

6 5 Belle and Babar Detectors ee ee  Enough energy to barely produce 2 B mesons, nothing else! B mesons are entangled  Need for Asymm energy collisions

7 6 CP Violation Studies at Asymmetric Energy Colliders

8 7 Inter Quark Couplings: CKM Matrix Cabibbo-Kobayashi-Maskawa (CKM) Matrix Unitary matrix described for 3 generations of quarks by 3 rotation angles and 1 non-trivial phase WW gV cb WW gV ub Flavor changes through mixed couplings to quarks KM Conjecture: The phase of CKM matrix is source of CPV

9 8 CKM Matrix: Phenomenology Wolfenstein parameterization: Observed experimental hierarchy CKM Phase: changes sign under CP 2x2 submatrix: u,d,s,c quarks only ~ 0.22 sin θ C Cabibbo angle 3x3 matrix: 3 quark generations 2  1 ~ 3  2 ~ 2 3  1 ~ ckm phase

10 9 The Unitarity Triangle For B System Angles of Unitarity Triangle Specific forms of CP Violation in B decay provide clean information about the angles of the UT triangle Same triangle also defined by length of its sides (from CP conserving B decay processes such as b  u l nu )  Overconstrained triangle

11 10 CP Violation As Quantum Interference  CPV due to interference of meson decay amplitudes Analogous to a two-slit quantum interference experiment!  (B  f )

12 11 Direct CP Violation in B 0  K  T P Loop diagrams from New Physics (e.g. SUSY) can modify SM asymmetry contributing to the Penguin (P) amplitude Measurement is a simple “Counting Experiment” Classic example of Quantum Interference

13 12 Direct CP Violation in B 0  K +   Bkgd symmetric! 4.2 , syst. included BaBar LARGE CP Violation ! unlike Kaon system

14 13 B 0 Mesons Oscillate, Lead To CP Violation Involves V td = | V td |e i  Oscillation via spontaneous 2 nd order weak transition Sensitive to new particle of BSM (H + etc) Event with 2 B 0 (instead of B 0 B 0 ) ARGUS

15 14 CPV Due To Interference of B Mixing & Decay  CPV through interference between mixing and decay amplitudes Time-dependent asymmetry

16 15 Case Of Single Decay Amplitude  CPV through interference between mixing and decay amplitudes Directly related to CKM angles for single decay amplitude For the simple case shown with single decay mechanism Time-dependent asymmetry

17 16 SM Predicts Large CPV in B   K 0 CP Eigenstate:  CP = -1: K s  CP = -1: K L Quark subprocess B 0 mixing K 0 mixing Amplitude of CP asymmetry ~0.7 instead of 2x10 -3 in Kaons!

18 Vivek Sharma, UCSD17 B 0  J/  K s z   (4S) = 0.55 Coherent BB pair B0B0 B0B0   distinguish B 0 Vs B 0 distinguish B 0 Vs B 0 Steps in Time-Dependent CPV Measurement

19 18 Effect of Mis-measurements On  t Distribution CP PDF perfect flavor tagging & time resolution realistic mis-tagging & finite time resolution

20 19 B  Charmonium Data Samples CP sampleN TAG purityη CP J/ψ K S (K S →π + π - )275196%  J/ψ K S (K S →π 0 π 0 )65388%  ψ(2S) K S (K S →π + π - )48587%  χ c1 K S (K S →π + π - )19485%  η c K S (K S →π + π - )28774%  Total for η CP = %  J/ψ K *0 (K *0 → K S π 0 )57277%  J/ψ K L %  Total773078% M ES [GeV] ΔE [MeV] B A B AR (η CP = +1) 4370 events 572 events 2788 events

21 20 Sin(2  Result From B  Charmonium K 0 Modes (2004) sin2β =  (stat)  (syst) (cc) K S modes (CP =  1) (PRL 89, (2002): sin(2β) = ± ± 0.034) J/ψ K L mode (CP = +1) hep-ex/ background

22 21 Angle  From B 0  +  - Neglecting Penguin diagram (P) P T

23 22 Angle  From B 0  +  - World Average:

24 23 Direct CPV In B  DK Decay  Angle  Constraint on  in the ,  plane measurements data limited (~ 2.4  )

25 24 The Unitarity Triangle Defined By CPV Measurements Precise Portrait of UT Triangle from CPV Measurements

26 25 UT With CPV & CP Conserving Measurements Incredible consistency between measurements ! Paradigm shift ! SM/CKM Picture Describes observed CPV  Look for NP as correction to the CKM picture

27 26 Searching For New Physics by Comparing Pattern of CP Violation in Penguin Decays of B Mesons

28 27 Tree Penguin 33 New Physics Comparing CP Asymmetries : Penguins Vs Tree In SM both decays dominated by a single amplitude with no additional weak phase New physics coupling to Penguin decays can add additional amplitudes with different CPV phases

29 28 New Physics ? Standard Model

30 29 Naïve Ranking Of Penguin Modes by SM “pollution” Bronze Gold SuperGold Decay amplitude of interestSM Pollution Naive (dimensional) uncertainties on sin2  Note that within QCD Factorization these uncertainties turn out to be much smaller !  

31 30 Golden Penguin Mode : B 0   K 0 Modes with K S and K L are both reconstructed 114 ± 12 signal events98 ± 18 signal events full background continuum bkg (Opposite CP) hep-ex/ BaBar: 222M B B

32 31 CP analysis of ‘golden penguin mode’ B 0   K 0 S(K S ) = ± 0.31(stat)S(K L ) = ± 0.51(stat) Combined fit result Standard Model Prediction S(K 0 ) = sin2 = 0.69 ± 0.03 C(K 0 ) = 1-|| = 0 0.8 (Opposite CP)  K0  BaBar

33 32 Golden penguin mode: B 0   ’K 0 Large statistics mode Reconstruct many modes –  ’   +  –,  0  –    ,  +  –  0 –K S  +  –,  0  0 B 0  ’K S 819 ± 38 signal events (K s mode) 440 ± 54 signal events (K L mode) hep-ex/ , B 0  ’K 0  sin2 2.7  K0  BaBar  ’K S

34 33 Taken individually, each decay mode in reasonable agreement with SM but (almost) all measurements are lower than sin2  from c c s Naïve b  s penguin average sin2  eff = 0.50  0.06 Compared to Tree: sin2  eff = 0.69  0.03 Theory models predict SM pollution to increase sin2  eff !! Bottom line

35 34 Theory Predictions, Accounting For subdominant SM Amplitudes 2-body: Beneke, PLB 620 (2005) body: Cheng, Chua & Soni, hep-ph/ Calculations within framework of QCD factorization  sin2  eff > 0.69  larger discrepency !

36 35 What Are s-Penguins Telling Us ? This could be one of the greatest discoveries of the century, depending, of course, on how far down it goes… 2.4  discrepancy

37 36 Need More Data To Understand The Puzzle K*K* 4  discovery region if non-SM physics is 0.19 effect 2004=240 fb =1.0 ab -1 Individual modes reach 4-5 sigma level Projections are statistical errors only; but systematic errors at few percent level Luminosity expectations : f 0 K S K S  0  K S  ’K S KKK S

38 37 Projected Data Sample Growth Integrated Luminosity [fb -1 ] L peak = 9x10 33 oPEP-II: IR-2 vacuum, 2xrf stations, BPM work, feedback systems oBABAR: LST installation 4-month down for LCLS, PEP-II & BABAR Double from 2004 to 2006 ICHEP06 Double again from 2006 to 2008 ICHEP08 Expect each experiment to accumulate 1000 fb -1 by 2008

39 38 Summary & Prospects CP Violation in B decays systematically studied at BaBar & Belle. A Comprehensive profile emerging Standard Model picture (3 generation CKM matrix) of CP Violation consistent will all observations –SM CPV too weak to explain cosmic CPV New Physics (in loops) can still contribute to observed CPV but is unlikely to be the dominant source CPV violation in the (rare) Penguin Decays appears lower than SM predictions (> 2.4  ) –more data needed to reveal true nature of discrepancy –B-factories expect to triple data sets by 2008 Super B-factories after then…

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41 40 B Meson: Special Laboratory for CPV Investigations Large Mass : M B =5.279 GeV/c 2 “Large” lifetime: Large mixing Large rate for penguin decays Long B lifetime Exclusive B decays B 0 B 0 oscillations Observation of B  K* 

42 41 Direct CPV in s-Penguins ? No sign of direct CPV !

43 42 Compare sin2  with “sin2  ” from CPV in Penguin decays of B 0 Both decays dominated by single weak phase Penguin: Tree: New Physics? 33 ? Must be if one amplitude dominates

44 43 Compare sin2  with “sin2  ” from CPV in Penguin decays of B 0 Both decays dominated by single weak phase Penguin: Tree: New Physics? 33 ? Must be if one amplitude dominates

45 44 Rules out Superweak model Establishes CPV not just due to phase of B Mixing But hadronic uncertainties preclude determination of CKM angle   challenge to theory Combined significance >> 6  Direct CP Violation in B 0  K  : Belle (386M BB) Belle

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47 46 An Optimist’s Global CKM fit ? : 2008 (1 fb -1 each) 95% contours ?

48 47 CP Violation CP violation can be observed by comparing decay rates of particles and antiparticles The difference in decay rates arises from a different interference term for the matter vs. antimatter process. Analogy to double-slit experiment: source Classical double-slit experiment: Relative phase variation due to different path lengths: interference pattern in space

49 48 CP Violation Is a Quantum Phenomenon CPV is due to Quantum interference between > two amplitudes Phases of QM amplitudes is the key Need to consider two types of phases –CP-conserving phases: don’t change sign under CP (Sometimes called strong phases since they can arise from strong, final-state interactions) –CP-violating phases: these do change sign under CP transformation (originate in the Weak interaction sector)

50 49 Definition of CP Asymmetry To extract the CP-violating phase from an observed CP asymmetry, we need to know the value of the CP-conserving phase difference B system: extraordinary laboratory for quantum interference experiments: many final states, multiple “paths”  Lots of channels for CP Violation

51 50 The CKM matrix & its mysterious pattern The SM offers no explanation for this numerical pattern. But SM framework is highly predictive:  Unitarity triangle: (Col 1)(Col 3)* =0 etc.  Only 4 independent parameters: A,   One independent CP-violating phase parameter (Wolfenstein parametrization)

52 51 Impressionist’s View of The CKM matrix u d t c bs  3   Largest phases in the Wolfenstein parametrization Magnitudes of CKM elements Note: all terms in the inner product between columns 1 and 3 are of order 3. This produces a unitarity triangle of roughly equal sides

53 52 Machine Performance Exceeds Design (x3) 96% efficiency over the entire history of BABAR BABAR, Run 5 Peak luminosity (cm -2 s -1 ) x Best shift247.2 pb -1 Best day710.5 pb -1 Best week4.464 fb -1 Best month fb -1 BABAR logged343 fb -1 KEK-B operation even more spectacular !

54 53 CP violation in the B system  CPV through interference between mixing and decay amplitudes Directly related to CKM angles for single decay amplitude Time-dependent asymmetry

55 54 CP violation in the B system  CPV through interference between mixing and decay amplitudes Directly related to CKM angles for single decay amplitude For simple case shown with single decay mechanism Time-dependent asymmetry

56 55 The Unitarity Triangle Defined By CPV Measurements New B Factory milestone: Comparable UT precision from CPV in B decays alone

57 56 A fundamental cosmological question The universe is now matter dominated: where has all the anti-matter gone? –Anti-proton/proton ratio ~10 -4 in cosmic rays; no evidence for annihilation photons from intergalactic clouds Cosmological generation of asymmetry: Sakharov conditions (1967) –Baryon number violation, e.g., proton decay –Thermal non-equilibrium –Violation of CP discrete symmetry Broken Phase: Massive quarks, W, Z bosons Unbroken Phase: Massless quarks Transition to broken electroweak symmetry provides these conditions Connection between CPV in cosmos & subatomic particles ?

58 57 Direct CP Violation in B 0  K  : BaBar B0K+B0K+ B0K+B0K+ BABAR 4.2  effect (syst. included) similar results from Belle

59 58 New physics at the electroweak scale generically introduces many new large flavor-violating or CP- violating couplings to quarks Quantum loop diagrams can attract couplings to heavy new particles of BSM physics Theory robust : capable of discriminating between SM and New Physics in special cases CP Violation & Sensitivity To New Physics


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