Special Universe Talk: The Higgs as a way to discover new physics

by Veronica Sanz (Univ of Sussex, UK)

seminar room, basement (Universe Cluster, Boltzmannstr. 2, Garching)

seminar room, basement

Universe Cluster, Boltzmannstr. 2, Garching

Abstract: This talk is an introduction to the use of the Higgs boson to look for new physics. We will review the motivation for such analyses, the current LHC sensitivity to new phenomena and future prospects to discover new physics via the precise characterization of the Higgs properties. We will emphasize the use of Effective Field Theories to interpret the data. Veronica is a Cluster guest. Local host: Alejandro Ibarra (TUM)
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