The top quark mass is one of the fundamental parameters of the Standard Model that must be determined experimentally. Single measurements of the top quark mass have reached a precision well below the %-level. Different methods - based on a direct reconstruction of the top quark decay or an extraction from (differential) top quark production cross sections - provide complementary handles on the experimental systematic uncertainties. An overview is given of the most recent ATLAS and CMS measurements of the top -quark mass, its running and of the top quark Yukawa coupling.
|Collaboration / Activity||ATLAS|
|First author||Lidija Zivkovic|