Garchinger Maier-Leibnitz-Kolloquium: 10-years Higgs boson – challenges and opportunities for the coming years

by Prof. Michael Spannowsky (University of Durham, UK)

Lecture Hall, ground floor (west) (LMU building Campus Garching, Am Coulombwall 1)

Lecture Hall, ground floor (west)

LMU building Campus Garching, Am Coulombwall 1


The discovery of the Higgs boson in 2012 marked an outstanding scientific success in unravelling the fabric of nature. While a detailed study of its properties is still ongoing, future measurements could provide us with new insights into some of the most fundamental questions in nature, e.g. the observed matter-antimatter asymmetry. A coordinated approach, cross-correlating searches and measurements, will give us the best chance to improve our understanding on extensions of the Standard Model. In celebration of the 10-year anniversary of the Higgs boson’s discovery, I will review ongoing efforts in improving our understanding of its properties and will outline future directions in high-energy phenomenology where phenomenological progress is anticipated.

Hybrid access via ZOOM:
Meeting ID: 984 5733 2925
Passcode: 979953


Organized by

Peter Thirolf (LMU) / Norbert Kaiser (TUM)