10 Years of Higgs Boson Measurements at ATLAS and CMS

  • Kerstin Tackmann DESY and University of Hamburg
Keywords: Higgs boson, Higgs boson mass, Higgs boson couplings


In the summer of 2012, the ATLAS and CMS experiments at the Large Hadron Collider announced the discovery
of a new particle, with properties consistent with those expected from the Standard Model Higgs
boson. Since then, its properties and its interactions with other particles have been studied by both experiments
using the data that have been collected in the meantime, increasing the number of Higgs bosons
produced by a factor of 36. This article gives a brief overview of the measurement of the Higgs boson
mass and of Higgs boson interactions with gauge bosons and with third-generation fermions. To date, all
measurements have been found to be consistent with the predictions of the Standard Model of particle

Special Issue on Higgs Physics, and beyond, after 10 Years since the Discovery