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Recent IPPP Preprints

Mad-Maximized Higgs Pair Analyses

Felix Kling, Tilman Plehn, and Peter Schichtel

N(N)LO event files: applications and prospects

Gudrun Heinrich, Mark Johnson, and Daniel Maitre

Quark-Gluon tagging with Shower Deconstruction: Unearthing dark matter and Higgs couplings

Danilo Ferreira de Lima, Petar Petrov, Davison Soper, and Michael Spannowsky

Accurate predictions for charged Higgs production: closing the $m_{H^{\pm}}\sim m_t$ window

Celine Degrande, Rikkert Frederix, Valentin Hirschi, Maria Ubiali, Marius Wiesemann, and Marco Zaro

Associated production of a top pair and a W boson at next-to-next-to-leading logarithmic accuracy

Alessandro Broggio, Andrea Ferroglia, Giovanni Ossola, and Ben D. Pecjak

News

Previous news is available in our archive

80 physicists gathered in Manchester in April to discuss the future of the LHCb experiment at the meeting ‘Theatre of Dreams: Beyond the LHCb PhaseUpgrade’,

Out of 30 international applicants Shaun Bailey, Patrick Bolton, Josh Borrow,
Arnaud Lorin, Myles Mitchel, Elliot Reid and Andrew Spiers were chosen to
work with IPPP staff on research projects related to current activities in the

Fabrizio Caola is one of this year's two winners of the Guido Altarelli prize.

On 15th December, IPPP hosted an event at the Royal Society in London to mark the 50th anniversary of the discovery of atmospheric neutrinos.