Higgs inflation after Planck

28 Aug 2015, 14:45
20m
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Particle Cosmology Theory and Experiment Particle Cosmology

Speaker

Prof. Seongchan Park (SKKU and KIAS)

Description

The only observed elementary scalar, the Higgs, is examined as a source of cosmological inflation. I would discuss how the collider data on Higgs would imply for the cosmology and how the latest cosmological data would affect the precision measurement of particle physics, especially in the top quark mass measurement and the Higgs quartic coupling measurement, based on Higgs inflation framework.

Primary author

Prof. Seongchan Park (SKKU and KIAS)

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