Electro-Weak Fits at CLIC

Stefania De Curtis
The aim of the future linear colliders is to extend the sensitivity to new physics beyond the reach of the LHC. Several models predict the existence of new vector resonances in the multi-TeV region. We review the existing limits on the masses of these new resonances from LEP/SLC and TEVATRON data and from the atomic parity violation measurements, in some specific models. We study the potential of a multi-TeV e+e- collider, such as CLIC, for the determination of their properties and nature.
doi:10.15161/oar.it/1446116809.82 fatcat:37kkyqe24ngpbjg7vzochhxycq