Future perspectives for Higgs physics
December 22, 2022
Future perspectives for Higgs physics are outlined. First it is
shown that the discovered Higgs boson cannot be the Standard Model
Higgs boson, motivating the investigations of Higgs sectors beyond
the SM. The secure future, the HL-LHC, and the agreed upon future,
an $e^+e^-$ collider, are briefly discussed. The importance of theory
calculations for the full exploitation of the (anticipated) experimental
data is emphasized. Finally, the complementarity of collider based Higgs
physics and other types of experiments, such as gravitational wave
observatories is briefly outlined.
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