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Status of an additional scalar states at the LHC

Ushoshi Maitra
Harish-Chandra Research Institute

In this talk I'm going to explore a scenario where along with the observed scalar at 125 GeV we can still accommodate an additional scalar. I'll be focusing on the scalar called radion, which is an artifact of stabilizing the moduli of Randall Sundrum model. I'll also consider the mixing of radion with Higgs. I'll show that this observed scalar can not be an unmixed radion however, it can still be a mixed Higgs with mixed radion nearby. I'll also discuss a search strategy that can be used to discover a very light radion at the LHC.

Ref: JHEP10(2013)93 and 1410.0396[hep-ph]

Tuesday, 11 November, 2014 - 14:00
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Refreshments Time and Location: 
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