|DATE||September 23 (Wed), 2020|
|TITLE||Discovering New Physics with Flavour|
Within recent year, flavour and low-energy precision experiments have accumulated intriguing hints for the violation of lepton flavour universality (LFU), i.e. physics beyond the Standard Model which interacts differently with electrons, muons and tau leptons. In particular, the long-standing anomaly in the anomalous magnetic moment (AMM) of the muon is now accompanied tensions in semi-leptonic B decays (most pronounced in b->smumu data) as well as its sibling, the AMM of the electron. Furthermore, also the hint for a (apparent) violation of first-row CKM unitarity can be viewed as a sign for LFU violation.