`Transverse momentum dependent effects in Higgs and J/Psi+gamma production'
Abstract: 'In a full description of the proton that takes into account partonic
transverse momentum, gluons tend to be linearly polarized in the direction of
their transverse momentum. I will talk about the observable effects of this
polarization in Higgs and J/Psi+gamma production at the LHC. One of these
effects in Higgs production is a transverse momentum distribution that is
different for positive and negative parity states. Another effect is a
non-isotropic azimuthal distribution of its decay products for various spin-2
Higgs scenarios. Both effects could be a valuable aid in the determination of
the Higgs\' spin and parity. J/Psi+gamma production turns out to be a clean
probe for the determination of both the unpolarized and polarized transverse
momentum dependent gluon distribution.