Colloquium20171017-Higgs Boson: the road to new Physics

Department of Physics, NCU

Higgs Boson: the road to new Physics

Prof. Stathes Paganis (裴思達)
Department of Physics, NTU

Date 2017.10.17(Tue)
Time 14:00
Place S4-625

The discovery of the Higgs boson at the LHC came without any sign of supersymmetry or other new Physics. At the moment none has a clue what the Higgs is. Is it a fundamental particle? What physics is responsible for its appearance? The newly arrived data from LHC at a world record of 13TeV energy can provide the answers and reveal the new physics.
In this talk an unconventional introduction to the Higgs and its role in particle physics will be given. Some of the new LHC results including hints for new physics will be presented. The impact of Taiwan in the future of Higgs measurements will be discussed.