b-anomalies and implications

Gudrun Hiller, Dortmund
Seminar room 3, 14:00

Run2 at the LHC offers the first opportunity to move Higgs physics into the precision era. A clearer picture is emerging from the most recent measurements of the HIggs properties provided by ATLAS and CMS, including the possibility to observe for the first time the direct couplings to the fermions (a proof for the Yukawa coupling). Space to accommodate an extended BSM Higgs sector is shrinking thanks to these precision measurements but also to direct searches for additional neutral or charged scalars. I will review the most recent results from ATLAS and CMS, providing also a landscape of what to expect in the next years from the future runs of the LHC.