Status of NNLO QCD corrections for process with one or more jets in the final state at the LHC
March 02, 2022
The abundant amount of data to be collected by the ATLAS and CMS
collaborations in future runs of the Large Hadron Collider at CERN opens up a
new era of precision physics. Some of the most prominent precision observables
are related to processes with one or more jets in the final state. In order to
fully exploit the potential of the LHC and the HL-LHC, it is imperative to make
theoretical predictions at the level of accuracy that matches or even exceeds
that of the upcoming measurements. In this talk we present a review of the
status of theoretical predictions including NNLO QCD corrections for process
with one or more jets in the final state at the LHC.
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