The energy and accuracy frontier

Apr 19, 2017, 4:53 PM
Plenary talk Higgs


Andrea Wulzer (CERN)


The large amount of data collected at the LHC and at its High-Luminosity extension will allow for accurate measurements of TeV-scale scattering processes that display enhanced indirect sensitivity to multi-TeV scale new physics. The power of those reasonably accurate and highly energetic’’ processes in probing heavy new physics is illustrated by showing that high-energy neutral and charged Drell-Yan cross-section measurements at the LHC will improve by one order of magnitude the LEP sensitivity to the W and Yoblique’’ parameters .

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