Tuesday, April 10 2018
15:30 - 16:45

Alladi Ramakrishnan Hall

Confronting LHC data with composite Higgs theories

Nilanjana Kumar


Precise measurements of Higgs couplings in LHC and future collider
experiments may possibly distinguish and constrain different
Beyond Standard Model theories. In composite Higgs scenario,
Higgs coupling to gauge bosons are modified by a factor
depending on the scale of compositeness and is determined
uniquely by the coset of symmetry breaking. In some
specific cases, Yukawa couplings are more generic
and dependent on model parameters. I will discuss a
few of those cases in the context of the minimal composite Higgs
model and their effects in LHC Higgs physics, in light of
ATLAS and CMS data.

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