PhD project: Rare kaon decays

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In the Standard Model, kaons are extremely unlikely to decay through a flavour-changing neutral current. Therefore these channels are particularly interesting to search for new physics. Such decays are soon to be observed at the NA62 experiment at CERN and it is crucial to strengthen our theoretical prediction for these decay rates. I am interested in fully non-perturbative calculation of such decay rate using lattice simulations.

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