Carlo Rubbia (2019) - Further Searches of the Higgs Scalar Sector

Carlo Rubbia (2019)

Further Searches of the Higgs Scalar Sector

Carlo Rubbia (2019)

Further Searches of the Higgs Scalar Sector

Abstract

Recent decades have witnessed remarkable confirmations of the Standard Model (SM) of Electro-Weak and Strong Interactions. The discovery of the Higgs boson H0 at the CERN/LHC has crowned a success of the SM and calls for further studies. Like for the previous Z0 and W± discoveries, future projects using leptons rather than hadrons should be investigated.


Ho is a scalar and the lepton collider cross section is proportional to the square of the mass. High intensity protons produce particles decaying to μʼs that are captured, cooled and accelerated in a storage ring to produce appropriate collisions. A μ+μ- Collider will have small dimensions and it may easily fit within one of the already existing European sites. However, it requires a substantial R&D to produce adequate accumulation and cooling of muon beams.

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