August 27, 2017 to September 1, 2017
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Double Higgs Production in the Vector Boson Fusion Channel

Aug 28, 2017, 6:00 PM



Fady Bishara (University of Oxford)


The LHC experiments have, so far, measured many of the Higgs couplings and found excellent agreement with the minimally-realized electroweak symmetry breaking (EWSB) mechanism in the Standard Model. Nevertheless, there are important couplings that are currently out of reach which test the nature of EWSB and fermion mass generation. This talk will focus on one such coupling: the hhVV coupling. This is important because deviations of the hhVV coupling from the SM would signal non-linearities in the Higgs interactions and herald new physics at higher energies. As I will show, double Higgs production in VBF at the LHC can provide such a test at the 20% level by the end of the high luminosity run while a percent level constraint can be obtained at a future circular collider.

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