Colloquia IFIC - Severo Ochoa

Is there life after Higgs?

by Prof. John Ellis (CERN/King's College London)

Thursday, 15 February 2018 from to (Europe/Madrid)
at Universe
The discovery of the Higgs boson has marked the culmination of the Standard Model, but leaves many questions unresolved, such as the future of the Universe, the magnitude of the electroweak scale, the nature of dark matter and many other issues motivating the presence of physics beyond the Standard Model. I will review some of these issues and discuss the prospects for resolving them in future experiments with and without the LHC and other colliders.