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Another example of pheno-exp interaction at CP3: search for single top + Higgs in the H->bb decay channel

One of the most praised aspects of working at CP3 is the strong interaction between the local theorists and experimentalists. A very recent example of that is the search for single top + Higgs in the H->bb decay channel, which was studied in depth at CP3 from the phenomenological point of view in [1], and searched in 20/fb of CMS data collected in 2012 at a center-of-mass energy of 8 TeV as reported in [2]. Read more...
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Generic search for a Two Higgs Doublet Model in the Z(ll)+bb final state
R. Castello, A. Caudron, C. Delaere, T.A. du Pree, A. Mertens
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Private experimental note. 24th November.

QCD at NNLO and beyond
Claude Duhr
[Full text] To appear in the proceedings of ICHEP 2014.
Contribution to proceedings. 13th November.

Two-loop splitting amplitudes and the single-real contribution to inclusive Higgs production at N3LO
Duhr, Claude and Gehrmann, Thomas and Jaquier, Matthieu
[Abstract] [PDF] Submitted to JHEP.
Refereed paper. 8th November.

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