|Date||October 27, 2014||Time||3:30 - 5:00 pm|
|Location||Baylor Sciences Building, Room A202|
Supersymmetry discovery potential in future LHC and HL-LHC running with the CMS detector
Physics of 13 TeV scale will be unveiled next year when LHC starts running at the highest reached energy ever. Many different theories including Supersymmetry are waiting for evaluation. Supersymmetry is among the best motivated ones. It has potentials in providing solutions for some of the open physics problems. Stabilizing the higgs mass, providing candidates for the dark matter, unification of gauge coupling constants, as well as a mathematical consistency are only few examples. However, due to a large number of free parameters, too many possible scenarios exist. We recently have studied a few of these SUSY models to illustrate the possible measurements with an integrated luminosity as large as 3000 fb-1. These models are chosen from different regions of the phase space to illustrate physics potentials for compressed as well as normal supersymmetric particle spectra. In this presentation I will introduce the five studied models and the nine different analyses performed on them.
For more information, please contact: Dr. Kenichi Hatakeyama 254-710- 2286
|Publisher||Department of Physics|
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