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.
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Meeting ID: 984 5733 2925
Peter Thirolf (LMU) / Norbert Kaiser (TUM)