• Corpus ID: 220265522

A Guaranteed Discovery at Future Muon Colliders

  title={A Guaranteed Discovery at Future Muon Colliders},
  author={Rodolfo Capdevilla and David Richard Curtin and Yonatan Kahn and Gordan Krnjaic},
  journal={arXiv: High Energy Physics - Phenomenology},
The longstanding muon g-2 anomaly may indicate the existence of new particles that couple to muons, which could either be light ( > 100 GeV) with large couplings. If light new states are responsible, upcoming intensity frontier experiments will discover further evidence of new physics. However, if heavy particles are responsible, many candidates are beyond the reach of existing colliders. We show that, if the g-2 anomaly is confirmed and no explanation is found at low-energy experiments, a high… 

Figures from this paper

Searching for leptoquarks at future muon colliders
Abstract A high energy muon collider can provide new and complementary discovery potential to the LHC or future hadron colliders. Leptoquarks are a motivated class of exotic new physics models, with
Two paths towards precision at a very high energy lepton collider
We illustrate the potential of a very high energy lepton collider (from 10 to 30 TeV center of mass energy) to explore new physics indirectly in the vector boson fusion double Higgs production
Muon g-2 and B Anomalies from Dark Matter.
This type of model with heavy particles and chiral enhancement can evade the strong limits from direct searches but can be tested at present and future colliders and direct-detection searches.
Searching for exotic production of Higgs boson + X to map out new physics
We propose leveraging our proficiency for detecting Higgs resonances by using the Higgs as a tagging object for new heavy physics. In particular, we argue that searches for exotic Higgs production
Electroweak Couplings of the Higgs Boson at a Multi-TeV Muon Collider
We estimate the expected precision at a multi-TeV muon collider for measuring the Higgs boson couplings with electroweak gauge bosons, HV V and HHV V (V = W±, Z), as well as the trilinear Higgs
Electroweak couplings of the Higgs boson at a multi-TeV muon collider
We estimate the expected precision at a multi-TeV muon collider for measuring the Higgs boson couplings with electroweak gauge bosons, $HVV$ and $HHVV\ (V=W^\pm,Z)$, as well as the trilinear Higgs
Higgs and BSM Physics at the Future Muon Collider
The physics case for multi-TeV muon colliders about the properties of the Higgs boson and physics beyond the Standard Model that can be possibly discovered is outlined.
Addressing the muon anomalies with muon-flavored leptoquarks
Significant deviations from Standard Model (SM) predictions have been observed in b → sμ+μ− decays and in the muon g − 2. Scalar leptoquark extensions of the SM are known to be able to address these
No-lose theorem for discovering the new physics of (g−2)μ at muon colliders
We perform a model-exhaustive analysis of all possible beyond Standard Model (BSM) solutions to the $(g-2)_\mu$ anomaly to study production of the associated new states at future muon colliders, and
Quark and gluon contents of a lepton at high energies
Abstract In high-energy leptonic collisions, such as at a multi-TeV muon collider, the collinear splittings of the electroweak (EW) gauge bosons and leptons are the dominant phenomena, and the


The Status and Prospects of the Muon $g-2$ Experiment at Fermilab.
The E989 Muon $g-2$ Experiment at Fermilab aims to measure the muon magnetic anomaly, $a_\mu$, to an unprecedented precision of 140 parts per billion (ppb), representing a four-fold improvement over
The Light Dark Matter eXperiment (LDMX)
We present an initial design study for LDMX, the Light Dark Matter Experiment, a small-scale accelerator experiment having broad sensitivity to both direct dark matter and mediator particle
The master programme in Applied Geology aims to provide comprehensive knowledge based on various branches of Geology, with special focus on Applied geology subjects in the areas of Geomorphology, Structural geology, Hydrogeology, Petroleum Geologists, Mining Geology), Remote Sensing and Environmental geology.
and X
  • Zhao
  • 2020
  • P. Alam
  • Composites Engineering: An A–Z Guide
  • 2021
  • Phys. J. C80, 241
  • 2020
  • 101
  • 2020
Measuring the quartic Higgs self-coupling at a multi-TeV muon collider
Measuring the shape of the Higgs boson potential is of paramount importance and will be a challenging task at current as well as future colliders. While the expectations for the measurement of the
  • Rev. Lett. 124, 132002
  • 2020
  • Rev. Lett. 124, 041802
  • 2020