Perspectives for Higgs measurements at Future Circular Colliders
March 03, 2022
After the Higgs boson discovery at the LHC in 2012 by the ATLAS and CMS experiments, the measurement of the properties of the Higgs boson became the priority among the experimental particle physics community. The Higgs boson mass and the third family ($t$, $b$ and $\tau$) Yukawa couplings have now been measured at the LHC. The best accuracy on the Higgs boson mass, which is currently 140 MeV.
In order to measure the Higgs boson properties at high precision, the high energy future collider programs were proposed. In this essay, the ZH cross-section measurement with "recoil mass" technique, the electron Yukawa coupling, and the Higgs boson self-coupling measurements at FCC will be discussed.
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