|2019 Spring Physics Colloquium Series|
Senka Duric, Ph.D.
Kansas State University
Electroweak and Higgs Physics at the LHC: The Present and the Future
Contrary to all expectations, experiments at the LHC did not discover any fundamentally new particles other than the Higgs boson. However, a lot can be learned from precision measurements of Higgs boson properties and the production of vector boson pairs. Any small variation from the expected properties can yield the first signs of new physics.
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