In this presentation, I will describe alternative probes of dark matter using the Higgs Boson with the ATLAS detector at the LHC. I'll demonstrate how a boosted (high momentum) pair of bottom quarks decayed from the Higgs boson can broaden the search for dark matter. I'll show the state-of-the-art techniques to reconstruct boosted Higgs Boson, and discuss latest search results as well as their implications. Finally, I'll present new ideas to improve the Higgs identification which can push the frontier of Beyond the Standard Model physics searches at the LHC.
Watch a video of the talk here.