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Low and High Energy Lepton Flavor Violation and Higgs Decays

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CMS and ATLAS have looked into the possibility of flavor violation in Higgs decays. In this talk, I will summarise the bounds on the flavour violating Yukawa couplings from direct searches, low energy measurements and projected future experiments. I will discuss the sensitivity of upcoming HL-LHC runs and future lepton colliders in measuring lepton-flavour violating couplings using an effective field theory framework.

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

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