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(DESY), Georg Weiglein
(DESY), Kerstin Tackmann
The next QU day won’t happen before Nov. 24. Since there are have been many interesting Higgs results lately, we thought it would be good to schedule an interim meeting. This meeting will be in hybrid format: up to 14 people can participate in person in SR2 where the talks will be broadcasted, others can simply join on zoom.
Zoom connection details:
Meeting ID: 972 0317 2784
The first measurement of the CP structure of the Higgs-tau Yuakwa coupling at the CMS experiment25m
Merijn van de Klundert
HL-LHC and ILC sensitivities in the hunt of heavy Higgs bosons25m
New Higgs combination results from ATLAS25m
Teaser: Evidence for Higgs boson decays to a pair of muons with the CMS Experiment5m