Higgs Maxwell Workshop 2023

Europe/London
Registration
Participants
Participants
  • Abhishek Bohare
  • Alastair Gosnay
  • Andre Raposo
  • Andrzej Szelc
  • Anisha .
  • Ansh Bhatnagar
  • Athari Alotaibi
  • Benjamin Wynne
  • Cheng Jiang
  • Christine Davies
  • Christoph Englert
  • Christos Leonidopoulos
  • Conor Elrick
  • Dan Milne
  • Dave Sutherland
  • Dominik Duda
  • Einan Gardi
  • Ellie Bishop
  • Eman Zahra
  • Firdaus Soberi
  • Franz Muheim
  • Gary Robertson
  • Giuseppe Callea
  • Guillaume Rostagni
  • Hanadi Ali
  • Hitham Hassan
  • Idrus Belfaqih
  • Jack Franklin
  • Jack Gargan
  • Jack Shergold
  • James Maxwell
  • Jaroslaw Nowak
  • Jenni Smillie
  • Jeppe Andersen
  • Jeremy Paltrinieri
  • Kerr Miller
  • Khadeejah Bepari
  • Logan Roberts
  • Lois Flower
  • Luca Marsili
  • Marek Schoenherr
  • Mark Williams
  • Mary Richardson-Slipper
  • Matteo Sergola
  • Matthew Needham
  • Matthew Rowe
  • Max Hansen
  • Melisa Akdag
  • Mia West
  • Michael Marshall
  • Michael Spannowsky
  • Mohsin Ali
  • Nils Hermansson Truedsson
  • Oliver Atkinson
  • Oscar Braun-White
  • Ozlem Ozcelik
  • Pete Clarke
  • Peter Bussey
  • Richard Ball
  • Roger Horsley
  • Roy Stegeman
  • Sam Teale
  • Samuel Pratt
  • Sarah Alanazi
  • Sebastian Jaskiewicz
  • Sofie Erner
  • Sophie Renner
  • Stephan Eisenhardt
  • Tom Stone
  • Tommy Smith
  • Tony Doyle
  • Vera Guelpers
  • Victoria Martin
  • Wendy Gray
  • Wrishik Naskar
  • Yannick Ulrich
  • Yanyan Gao
  • Yao Ma
  • Yiming Liu
  • Yuber F Perez-Gonzalez
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    • 10:30 AM 11:00 AM
      Registration and Coffee 30m
    • 11:00 AM 11:05 AM
      Welcome 5m
      Speaker: Michael Spannowsky (IPPP, Durham University)
    • 11:05 AM 11:50 AM
      Summary of Higgs Physics results from ATLAS 45m
      Speaker: Liza Mijovic (Edinburgh)
    • 12:00 PM 12:45 PM
      Is SMEFT Enough? 45m

      The four scalar degrees of freedom of the Standard Model, the Higgs and the longitudinal components of the Ws and Z, are amenable to different effective field theory descriptions. "SMEFT" wraps them up in a single Higgs doublet, whereas "HEFT" treats the Higgs and the Goldstones separately. We seek to understand the suitability of "SMEFT" and "HEFT" for describing the effects of possible heavy new physics in, e.g., LHC measurements.
      We identify physical features that can only be described by HEFT, and thereby identify two classes of beyond the Standard Model physics for which a HEFT description of their low energy physics is required: i) those which contain extra sources of electroweak symmetry breaking, ii) those which contain particles getting most of their mass from the Higgs mechanism. We show how some "HEFTy" theories are still viable given current experimental constraints.

      Speaker: David Sutherland (Glasgow)
    • 12:45 PM 2:00 PM
      Lunch 1h 15m
    • 2:00 PM 2:45 PM
      High-Energy Resummation for Higgs-Plus-Jet(s) Production 45m
      Speaker: Jennifer Smillie (Edinburgh)
    • 2:55 PM 3:40 PM
      Precision physics for single and multi-Higgs boson production 45m
      Speaker: Stephen Jones (IPPP, Durham)
    • 3:40 PM 4:10 PM
      Coffee and Tea 30m
    • 4:10 PM 4:55 PM
      Unravelling the nature of the Higgs boson at future facilities 45m
      Speaker: Harald Fox (Lancaster University)