Les Houches 2015: Physics at TeV Colliders Standard Model Working Group Report
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Les Houches 2015: Physics at TeV Colliders Standard Model Working Group Report

  • Author(s): Badger, S
  • Bendavid, J
  • Ciulli, V
  • Denner, A
  • Frederix, R
  • Grazzini, M
  • Huston, J
  • Schönherr, M
  • Tackmann, K
  • Thaler, J
  • Williams, C
  • Andersen, JR
  • Becker, K
  • Bell, M
  • Bellm, J
  • Bothmann, E
  • Boughezal, R
  • Butterworth, J
  • Carrazza, S
  • Chiesa, M
  • Cieri, L
  • Duehrssen-Debling, M
  • Falmagne, G
  • Forte, S
  • Francavilla, P
  • Freytsis, M
  • Gao, J
  • Gras, P
  • Greiner, N
  • Grellscheid, D
  • Heinrich, G
  • Hesketh, G
  • Höche, S
  • Hofer, L
  • Hou, T-J
  • Huss, A
  • Isaacson, J
  • Jueid, A
  • Kallweit, S
  • Kar, D
  • Kassabov, Z
  • Konstantinides, V
  • Krauss, F
  • Kuttimalai, S
  • Lazapoulos, A
  • Lenzi, P
  • Li, Y
  • Lindert, JM
  • Liu, X
  • Luisoni, G
  • Lönnblad, L
  • Maierhöfer, P
  • Maître, D
  • Marini, AC
  • Montagna, G
  • Moretti, M
  • Nadolsky, PM
  • Nail, G
  • Napoletano, D
  • Nicrosini, O
  • Oleari, C
  • Pagani, D
  • Pandini, C
  • Perrozzi, L
  • Petriello, F
  • Piccinini, F
  • Plätzer, S
  • Pogrebnyak, I
  • Pozzorini, S
  • Prestel, S
  • Reuschle, C
  • Rojo, J
  • Russo, L
  • Schichtel, P
  • Schumann, S
  • Siódmok, A
  • Skands, P
  • Soper, D
  • Soyez, G
  • Sun, P
  • Tackmann, FJ
  • Takasugi, E
  • Uccirati, S
  • Utku, U
  • Viliani, L
  • Vryonidou, E
  • Wang, BT
  • Waugh, B
  • Weber, MA
  • Winter, J
  • Xie, KP
  • Yuan, C-P
  • Yuan, F
  • Zapp, K
  • Zaro, M
  • et al.
Abstract

This Report summarizes the proceedings of the 2015 Les Houches workshop on Physics at TeV Colliders. Session 1 dealt with (I) new developments relevant for high precision Standard Model calculations, (II) the new PDF4LHC parton distributions, (III) issues in the theoretical description of the production of Standard Model Higgs bosons and how to relate experimental measurements, (IV) a host of phenomenological studies essential for comparing LHC data from Run I with theoretical predictions and projections for future measurements in Run II, and (V) new developments in Monte Carlo event generators.

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