Higgs Boson studies at future particle colliders

  title={Higgs Boson studies at future particle colliders},
  author={J. de Blas and M. Cepeda and Jorgen D'Hondt and R.K. Ellis and Christophe Grojean and B. Heinemann and Fabio Maltoni and A. Nisati and E. Petit and Riccardo Rattazzi and Wouter Verkerke},
  journal={Journal of High Energy Physics},
This document aims to provide an assessment of the potential of future colliding beam facilities to perform Higgs boson studies. The analysis builds on the submissions made by the proponents of future colliders to the European Strategy Update process, and takes as its point of departure the results expected at the completion of the HL-LHC program. This report presents quantitative results on many aspects of Higgs physics for future collider projects of sufficient maturity using uniform… Expand
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