06 juillet 2022
Auditoire CYCL01, Chemin du Cyclotron, 2 - will also take place in video conference
Constraining the Higgs and heavy lepton sectors with the CMS detector by Angela TALIERCIO
Pour l’obtention du grade de Docteur en sciences
This thesis deals with Beyond the Standard Model (BSM) scenarios with both displaced and prompt signature. For the displaced signature a Heavy Neutral Lepton analysis in the semileptonic final state is performed. I am looking for right-handed neutrinos with mass between 1 and 15 GeV. Those particles are accommodated in Majorana and Dirac hypothesis, exclusion limits on the mass and on the lepton-neutrino coupling are presented for both models.
On the other hand, also BSM scenarios with prompt signature are investigated within the Higgs framework. A ttH multileptonic differential analysis is presented targeting both EFT results and SM unfolding results. Deep Neural Network is largely use for regression and to discriminate SM for EFT signature.
Following the stream of investigating the Higgs properties a HH analysis in bb4l final state is presented. This analysis takes the advantage of a very clear signature and a small amount of background that maximise the sensitivity search, limits on the anomalous values of the Higgs trilinear coupling and on the SM hypothesis are shown.
All these analyses target the full Run2 dataset of the CMS experiment
Jury members :
- Prof. Giacomo Bruno (UCLouvain), supervisor
- Prof. Vincent Lemaitre (UCLouvain), chairperson
- Prof. Céline Degrande (UCLouvain), secretary
- Prof. Didar Dobur (UGent)
- Dr. Maria Cepeda (CIEMAT, Spain)
Pay attention :
The public defense of Angela Taliercio scheduled for Wednesday 06 July at 04:00 p.m. will also take place in the form of a video conference