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High Energy Resummation for Jet Processes at the LHC

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In this talk I will discuss the impact of logarithms in s-hat/pt^2, so-called high-energy logs, on measurements of jet processes at the LHC . These logs slow the convergence of a standard fixed-order expansion in alpha_s, and furthermore, are enhanced by certain experimental cuts such as vector-boson-fusion cuts, vector-boson-scattering cuts or when searching for new physics at large m_jj. I’ll describe the High Energy Jets (HEJ) framework which provides predictions at leading log (LL) accuracy in a flexible Monte Carlo, and I’ll discuss their comparison to data. I’ll also describe the steps we’re taking towards NLL and recent work where the framework was extended to inclusive H+1j production (arXiv:2210.10671), the first process to be treated in this way which only requires one jet.

This talk is part of the HEP phenomenology joint Cavendish-DAMTP seminar series.

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