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The precision siege of nature: theory, accelerators, and detectors

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The SM is complete. To find what’s beyond it with minimal theoretical prejudice, an enveloping EFT seems a promising avenue. With the great power of model-independent SMEFT searches for BSM hints, comes great responsibility to do it in an accurate way, matching the precision of experimental efforts. The HL-LHC will deliver new precision on Higgs physics and the upgrades needed by ATLAS and CMS will play an important role. Linking with future accelerators and experiments beyond the end of the HL-LHC, CMS endcap calorimeter will be upgraded with a high-granularity silicon-tungsten detector capable of 5D precise measurements. With advances in theory, detectors, and accelerators, the pressure on nature to yield deviations from the SM predictions will be greater than ever.

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