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MultiHiggs Production at the LHC: Trilinear Couplings and New Physics

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I will discuss aspects of dihiggs production at the LHC , and discuss the some of the prospects for constraining the SM Higgs trilinear coupling. I will present new analyses in the dihiggs and dihiggs+jet final states utilising boosted kinematics which may increase the LHC sensitivity to this coupling. Finally, I will motivate the dihiggs final state as a discriminatory observable for helping understand the mechanism of electroweak symmetry breaking in BSM theories.

This talk is part of the Particle Physics Seminars series.

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