EWSB with custodial triplets

Who: Mariano Quiros (IFAE Barcelona)
When: Monday, March 24, 2014 at 14:15

A Higgs-like particle with a mass around 126 GeV has been discovered at LHC. Experimental data clearly favor the SM Higgs doublet as responsible of EWSB. However, given the accuracy of present data, extensions of the Higgs sector are not yet excluded and can yield a very rich phenomenology (e.g. by the presence of extra charged particles) in future (e.g. LHC at 13-14 TeV) Higgs strengths. The next to simplest non-trivial extension (Higgs triplets) is analyzed in this talk.


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