Workshop on Higgs Physics
- Jike Wang (Wuhan University (CN))
After the discovery of the Higgs boson in summer 2012, the understanding of its properties has been a high priority of the ATLAS physics program. This talk presents measurements of differential cross sections, of spin/CP properties, of the Higgs mass, as well as indirect constraints on the Higgs boson width based on pp collision data taken at 13 TeV with the ATLAS experiment.
This presentation summarizes recent results on the properties of the BEH boson from the CMS experiment obtained with the Run 2 dataset. This will cover updates on the couplings of the boson as well as differential measurement of its production, including Simplified Template Cross Section measurements.
After the discovery of the Higgs boson in summer 2012, the understanding of its properties has been a high priority of the ATLAS physics program. The couplings of the Higgs boson to other SM particles as well as to itself are measured or constrained in a variety of single and double Higgs boson production processes and decay channels. A selection of these analysis is presented in this talk, as...
Combinations of measurements play an important role in high-energy physics: they allow more precise determinations of quantities measured in complementary analyses, and yield new results that can only be obtained by using constraints from multiple sources. These combinations requires a careful statistical treatment. We review the methods and tools used in ATLAS for the combination targeting...