What's next for Higgs bosons at the LHC?

Prof. Corrinne Mills

The discovery of a Higgs boson by the LHC experiments in 2012 has led to a rich program of measurements and related searches for physics beyond the Standard Model. Using the detailed experimental picture resulting from the 7+8 TeV, great progress has been made on incorporating the existence of a Higgs boson with m_h ~ 125 GeV into theoretical frameworks for physics beyond the Standard Model. These in turn provide direction and motivation for further experimental work. I will review several examples of this along with relevant experimental results, including fermion couplings, extended scalar sectors, and models addressing electroweak baryogenesis.