Quo vadis Higgs?

Octubre 10, 2016
De 3:00pm hasta 4:00pm

IFT Seminar Room/Red Room

Theoretical Physics, general interest
Christophe Grojean

IFT Seminar Room/Red Room


The search for the Higgs boson has occupied the particle physics community for the last 50 years. With the Higgs discovery in 2012, a new state of matter and a new dynamical principle have been revealed as essential building blocks of the fundamental laws of physics. High Energy Physics experiences a profound change in paradigm: What used to be the missing particle in the SM now quickly turns into a tool both to explore the manifestations of the SM and to possible venture into the physics landscape beyond. Higgs physics has now  entered a precision era which will be extremely useful to guide future direct searches at the high-energy frontier  at the LHC itself and at other future facilities.