A View of Flavour Physics in 2021

@inproceedings{Barbieri2021AVO,
  title={A View of Flavour Physics in 2021},
  author={Riccardo Barbieri},
  year={2021}
}
Based on a view of current flavour physics and motivated by the hierarchy problem and by the pattern of quark masses and mixings, I describe a picture of flavour physics that should give rise in a not too distant future to observable deviations from the SM in Higgs compositeness and/or in B-decays with violations of Lepton Flavour Universality, as hinted by current data, or perhaps even in supersymmetry, depending on the specific realisation. 

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