11-15 April 2016
Italy
Europe/Zurich timezone
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BSM Higgs Physics at FCC-eh

12 Apr 2016, 10:50
15m
Traiano (Crowne Plaza)

Traiano

Crowne Plaza

Speaker

Chen Zhang (Peking University)

Description

In this talk, I will argue that high energy lepton-hadron colliders are suited to studying a wide class of important, well-motivated exotic Higgs decay processes (especially those which suffer from large backgrounds and pile-up at concurrent hadron-hadron colliders). Invisible Higgs decay at the LHeC is taken as an example to illustrate this point. I will emphasize from a more general perspective the important role expected to be played by future lepton-hadron colliders in precision Higgs physics and precision study of new resonances discovered in hadron-hadron collisions.

Primary author

Chen Zhang (Peking University)

Presentation Materials

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