The Standard Model (SM) describes the elementary particles and their interactions successfully and stands with many experimental tests. However, it is known to be incomplete according to the astrophysical observations.
Peilian Li is a Senior Research Fellow at CERN. She received her Ph.D in High Energy Physics from University of Science and Technology of China in 2019, where she worked on the study of charm baryon decays and spectroscopy of exotic states at the BESIII experiment, as well as development of a novel algorithm for time-of-flight reconstruction of (anti-)neutrons. Later on she joined Heidelberg University as a postdoc, working at the LHCb experiment. Her research focuses on the measurements of CP violation and lepton flavor universality, as well as the tracking reconstruction in the real-time analysis for the Upgrade trigger.