High and low energy probes of light Z' bosons
Abstract: The Standard Model (SM)-like Higgs boson discovered by the LHC represents a completely new tool to probe physics beyond the SM. In this talk, we show the potential to reveal the presence of new neutral gauge bosons through the exotic Higgs decay into four leptons. In particular, we will focus on models with Z' bosons, coupling with the SM sector only through kinetic mixing and on models in which the Z' is the boson associated to the L_mu - L_tau gauge symmetry. We will show the complementarity of Higgs measurements, LEP electroweak measurements, flavor measurements and neutrino trident production measurements in probing the presence of light Z's.
12:10pm-1:10pm calendar page