Phenomenological studies in the 2HDM and SM using Madgraph 5


  • Sergio Sicairos-Paez
  • Roger Hernández Pinto Universidad Autónoma de Sinaloa



Quantum chromodynamics, models beyond the standard model, collider physics


The phenomenological analysis of an extension of the Standard Model is analyzed in this manuscript. The Two Higgs Doublet Model is a simple way to incorporate a second extra doublet to the Standard Model to reduce the tension between experimental measurements and theoretical predictions. This model presents a large phenomenological signals which could guide the search for new physics at hadron colliders. In particular, we study the transverse momentum, the rapidity and the angular distributions of the jets in the $pp \to j j h$ channel within the Standard Model and the Two Higgs Doublet Model in the LHC and FCC environment by means of Monte Carlo simulations made in MadGraph 5.


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Sicairos-Paez S, Hernández Pinto R. Phenomenological studies in the 2HDM and SM using Madgraph 5. Supl. Rev. Mex. Fis. [Internet]. 2022 Jun. 23 [cited 2023 Sep. 25];3(2):020723 1-5. Available from: