Tevatron-for-LHC Report: Higgs
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Tevatron-for-LHC Report: Higgs

  • Author(s): Aglietti, U
  • Belyaev, A
  • Berge, S
  • Blum, A
  • Bonciani, R
  • Cammin, J
  • Carena, M
  • Chivukula, S
  • Davoudiasl, H
  • Dawson, S
  • Degrassi, G
  • Dominguez, A
  • Donini, J
  • Dorigo, T
  • Field, BJ
  • Hahn, T
  • Han, T
  • Heinemeyer, S
  • Hesselbach, S
  • Huang, G-Y
  • Iashvilli, I
  • Jackson, CB
  • Junk, T
  • Lee, S-W
  • Logan, HE
  • Maltoni, F
  • Mellado, B
  • Moretti, S
  • Mrenna, S
  • Nadolsky, PM
  • Olness, FI
  • Quayle, W
  • Rathsman, J
  • Reina, L
  • Simmons, EH
  • Sopczak, A
  • Vicini, A
  • Wackeroth, D
  • Wagner, CEM
  • Weiglein, G
  • Weiglein, G
  • Willenbrock, S
  • Wu, SL
  • Yuan, CP
  • et al.
Abstract

The search for Higgs bosons in both the standard model and its extensions is well under way at the Tevatron. As the integrated luminosity collected increases into the multiple inverse femptobarn range, these searches are becoming very interesting indeed. Meanwhile, the construction of the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) and its associated experiments at CERN are nearing completion. In this TeV4LHC workshop, it was realized that any experience at the Tevatron with respect to backgrounds, experimental techniques and theoretical calculations that can be verified at the Tevatron which have relevance for future measurements at the LHC were important. Studies and contributions to these efforts were made in three broad categories: theoretical calculations of Higgs production and decay mechanisms; theoretical calculations and discussions pertaining to non-standard model Higgs bosons; and experimental reviews, analyses and developments at both the Tevatron and the upcoming LHC experiments. All of these contributions represent real progress towards the elucidation of the mechanism of electroweak symmetry breaking.

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