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(Universite Libre de Bruxelles)
The content of the seminar will cover recent highlights of the CMS experiment, with a focus on the latest results obtained when analyzing the whole LHC run 2 dataset. A first part will be dedicated to Standard Model measurements as a probe for new physics with in particular the presentation of new multiboson production results. A second part will cover the latest scalar boson (H) measurements in various decay channels, with a highlight on the new CMS observation of the H to a dimuon pair channel. The last part will present a selection of few recent results on direct searches for new physics.