Precision studies of the Higgs boson -- a window to new discoveries
Abstract: With the discovery of the Higgs boson, the last remaining constituent of the Standard Model of particle physics has been experimentally confirmed. However, the Standard Model does not answer several important questions about fundamental physics: What is the origin of dark matter?
Why is there matter but (almost) no antimatter in the universe? How can we describe gravity and quantum mechanics in a consistent way?
The Higgs boson is fundamentally different...