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  1. We estimate the reach of global Higgs analyses at a 27 TeV hadroncollider in terms of Higgs couplings and in terms of a gauge-invarianteffective Lagrangian, including invisible Higgs decays and the Higgsself-coupling. The new collider will indirectly probe new physics in theTeV range and allow for a meaningful test of the Higgs self-couplingalso embedded in a global analysis.
  2. Based on the established task of identifying boosted, hadronicallydecaying top quarks, we compare a wide range of modern machine learningapproaches. Unlike most established methods they rely on low-levelinput, for instance calorimeter output. While their networkarchitectures are vastly different, their performance is comparativelysimilar. In general, we find that these new approaches are extremelypowerful and great fun.