Working Group 1 of the LHC2TSP workshop (Higgs/EWSB)

First workshop (Paris, 22.-23.11.2011):Indico

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List of tasks:

  1. Theorist should try to interpret the existing (and/or anticipated) LHC results (on Higgs/EWSB/other) searches in their favorite model. Which models are still allowed, which are excluded? How do they differ in their LC phenomenology? How does this compare to the HL-LHC expectations?
  2. For particular models of specific interest it can be possible to put data (XS, BR, ...) on a web page so that it can be used by experimental groups/analyses (this will be WG1 convenor moderated)
  3. Experimental expectations for Higgs searches (for 2011/2012 data), what are the expectations on the determination of Higgs properties of a possible signal?
  4. How can/should experimental results are presented? (fitted) sigma x BR, channel by channel, ...
  5. Insert the assumption of a SM-like Higgs and the LHC measurements assuming 10/fb at 7 TeV into your Higgs analysis (in the 'favored' mass rang of 115 - 135 GeV). What can be measured (e.g. which couplings can be determined)?
  6. The same as task 5, but for the assumption of reduced couplings (or other deviations from a SM-like Higgs).
  7. Insert the assumption of a Higgs signal and some evidence of SUSY(? or another favored model) into your analysis/fits. What can we learn?
  8. Assume large MH, prepare an analysis in the MH-Gamma_H plane.
  9. VV scattering at 7 TeV: what is the status? What can be done?

If you are interested in working on one of the tasks, please inform the convenors and go ahead!

Mailing list

If you want to join any of the subgroup, please send an e-mail to WG1 contacts listed below. Please subscribe yourself to the bsm-lhc-wg1 group from the e-group page. You can write to wg1 mailing list to communicate with the full group.

Subgroup Contact

-- ChiaraMariotti - 23-Sep-2011

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