Seminars

Roberto Di Nardo - Probing the Higgs boson Couplings at the LHC: latest results

Europe/Rome
Aula B

Aula B

Via della Vasca Navale 84, 00146, Roma
Description

The LHC has recently completed its second campaign of data taking, delivering to both ATLAS and CMS experiments about 140 fb-1 of data at 13 TeV. This dataset will be extremely important to further explore the EWBS mechanism, and in particular the coupling structure of the Higgs boson to the other particles of the Standard Model.

The most recent results from the ATLAS and CMS collaborations in the main Higgs boson production and decay channels will be discussed.

The results have been used to probe potential deviations from SM predictions  in a framework of multiplicative modifiers applied to the SM values of Higgs boson couplings.

Finally, the first indirect constraint of the Higgs boson self-coupling using the Higgs boson differential production and decay measurements will be shown.

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