Apr 7 – 10, 2019
Imperial College London
Europe/London timezone

Advances and challenges in the full run 2 search of boosted di-higgs decaying to bb̅bb̅ with the ATLAS detector

Apr 9, 2019, 11:45 AM
Huxley 311 (Imperial College London)

Huxley 311

Imperial College London


Santiago Rafael Paredes Saenz (University of Oxford (GB))


After the discovery of a Standard Model like Higgs boson, new searches can now change focus towards using it as a tool to probe the Standard Model and new physics. With the largest branching fraction, the bb̅bb̅ final state is one of the leading candidates to observe this process, but the overwhelming backgrounds and the highly boosted topology reached by this process, present a challenge. This talk will outline a few of these issues and explore novel techniques to mitigate their effect.

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