Beyond the Standard Model Landscape after the Higgs discovery
Christophe Grojean (DESY & HU Berlin)
DESY Auditorium, 16.45 h
The Standard Model fails to describe 95% of the matter and energy the Universe is made of. Furthermore, its theoretical structure stumbles upon troubling problems seemingly calling for delicate tunings of its input parameters. Building upon these deficiencies, theorists have devised ultra-violet completions of the Standard Model the evidences of which are actively searched for at the LHC and elsewhere. In this talk, I shall review what has been learnt from the LHC, and what could still be revealed.