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Double Higgs production at ATLAS

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In the post-Higgs discovery era, studying the Higgs properties and understanding the Higgs mechanism is crucial. The next major milestone in understanding the Higgs mechanism is measuring the trilinear self-coupling (λΗΗΗ) via Higgs boson pair- production (HH). This would be, arguably, the most important result at the LHC since the Higgs discovery. The HH cross-section is predicted to be very small in the Standard Model (SM) however it can be enhanced in case new physics is present. In the seminar I will discuss the current status of HH searches in ATLAS along with some estimations of what we can achieve in the future.

This talk is part of the Particle Physics Seminars series.

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