Higgs couplings: constraints and sensitivity on Supersymmetry
February 02, 2021
The determination of the fundamental properties of the Higgs boson with sufficient accuracy has crucial implications for physics beyond the Standard Model. Here, we consider Supersymmetry and highlight the complementarity of the Higgs measurements and the superparticle searches at the LHC, based on the 8 and 13 TeV results, in probing its phenomenological minimal version, the pMSSM. In particular, we discuss the constraints that can be obtained on the supersymmetric parameters by the determination of the Higgs mass and couplings. In addition, we evaluate to which extent the high-luminosity LHC upgrade and a future electron-positron collider can help probing the pMSSM Higgs sector and reconstructing its underlying parameters.
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