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# H± in the W±h channel at the LHC Run 2

Enberg, Rikard, Klemm, William, Moretti, Stefano, Munir, Shoaib and Wouda, Glenn (2015) H± in the W±h channel at the LHC Run 2. In Proceedings of Toyama International Workshop on Higgs as a Probe of New Physics 2015. 4 pp .

Record type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)

## Abstract

We analyse the discovery prospects of the charged Higgs boson, $H^\pm$, via its decay in the $W^\pm h$ channel in the minimal supersymmetric Standard Model (MSSM) as well as several 2-Higgs Doublet Models (2HDMs). $h$, the lightest scalar Higgs boson in these models, is identified with the recently discovered $\sim 125$ GeV state, $H_\text{obs}$, at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC). We find that, while it provides an important input in the kinematic selection of signal events, the measured $H_\text{obs}$ mass renders this channel inaccessible in the MSSM. In the 2HDMs though, through a dedicated signal-to-background analysis for the $pp\to t(\bar{b})H^-\to \ell^\pm\nu_\ell jj bb\bar{b}(\bar{b})$+h.c process, we establish that some parameter space regions will be testable at the LHC with $\sqrt{s}=14$ TeV.

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Published date: 14 June 2015
Additional Information: 4 pages, 1 table, 2 figures - Talk given at the Toyama International Workshop on Higgs as a Probe of New Physics 2015, 11-15 February, 2015, Toyama, Japan
Keywords: hep-ph
Organisations: Theory Group

## Identifiers

Local EPrints ID: 411776
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/411776
PURE UUID: a90c4879-2f82-4faf-a103-d178757b3234

## Catalogue record

Date deposited: 26 Jun 2017 16:30

## Contributors

Author: Rikard Enberg
Author: William Klemm
Author: Stefano Moretti
Author: Shoaib Munir
Author: Glenn Wouda

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