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Three avenues for LHC Higgs Phenomenology

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While the Higgs phenomenology programme are well underway, direct signs for new physics beyond the Standard Model remain elusive. In this talk, I will highlight different avenues to improve our understanding of the Higgs sector in the future. In particular, I will highlight how machine learning techniques can lead to robust constraints on new Higgs interactions in the light of expected uncertainties and competing Higgs coupling modifications. After discussing the phenomenological prospects of constraining CP-violating Higgs interactions at the LHC , I will focus on double Higgs phenomenology as a discovery tool for new physics beyond the Standard Model.

This talk is part of the Particle Physics Seminars series.

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