With possible evidence for the Higgs boson, we may be getting a first glimpse of its various properties, such as the rates for different production processes and its decays. With mounting statistics and a growing set of measurements, the Higgs boson will shed light on many aspects of TeV-scale physics. This 2-day workshop will bring together a small group of experimentalists and theorists, with the aim of understanding the most recent Higgs boson results, confronting current challenges, and paving the way for more precise future measurements. The first day of the workshop ("The Present") will include reviews of specific published measurements with the goal of exposing and tackling the challenges in their ongoing development. The second day ("The Future") will focus on prospects and new ideas for future Higgs measurements that will test the Standard Model in detail, and may point toward distinctive new physics.
*A limited amount of funding may be available for student participation. Please contact Natalia Toro at ntoro[at]perimeterinstitute[dot]ca with your name, field of study, institution and how this workshop will benefit you, and/or what you may contribute.