Triple Higgs production in and beyond the SM at proton-proton colliders
Gilberto Tetlalmatzi Xolocotzi - University of Siegen, Germany
In this talk we will discuss the production of three Higgs bosons in the LHC and at a proton-proton collider running with a centre-of-mass energy of 100 TeV. We will argue that the seemingly challenging 6-botton jets final state is a very good candidate to investigate triple Higgs production within and beyond the SM in proton-proton colliders.
In particular we will consider three different scenarios: one in which the triple and quartic Higgs boson self-couplings are not affected by new physics phenomena besides the Standard Model (SM) .
In addition, we will explore two possible SM extensions by one and two scalars. We will describe how a 100 TeV machine can impose competitive constraints on the quartic coupling in the SM-like scenario. In the case of the scalar extensions of the SM, we will present how large significances can be obtained in the LHC and at the 100 TeV collider while obeying current theoretical and experimental constraints including a first order electroweak phase transition.