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On the composite Higgs: the effect of massive gluon partners, and does the whole framework really make sense anyway?

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Gluon partners (i.e. coloured vector mesons) likely exist in most models producing a composite Higgs, and they generically couple strongly to other coloured resonances. As such, they could have a significant effect on the Higgs mass. I will argue that this is the case, and that the Higgs mass can actually be decreased. Time permitting, I will also talk about the potential for UV completions of these models that do not rely on supersymmetry or extra dimensions.

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

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