Author: Aihara, H.
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Particle Physics at the High Energy Frontier with the Next Electron-Positron Collider  
  • H. Aihara
    University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan
  After discovering the Higgs boson and the recent studies at the Large Hadron Collider at CERN, high precision measurements at a future electron-positron collider are proposed as the best way to further test the validity of the Standard Model. In particular, the complete knowledge of the initial state and the low background environment of an electron-positron collider allows for superior event reconstruction, enabling detailed measurements of the properties of the Higgs boson. These measurements will allow us to discriminate among the new physics models proposed to resolve several inconsistencies in the Standard Model, thereby improving our understanding of particle physics at the most fundamental scale and paving the way for the future of the field. The physics programme of a future electron-positron collider will be presented outlining the relative merits of the linear and circular collider projects currently under consideration in the community.  
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