7-9 April 2014
Royal Holloway, University of London
Europe/London timezone
Institute of Physics 2014 Joint High Energy Particle Physics and Astro Particle Physics Groups Annual Meeting

Searching for strongly produced SUSY with like-charge leptons at ATLAS

8 Apr 2014, 14:45
Room C (Windsor Building)

Room C

Windsor Building

contributed talk The Energy Frontier Programme Parallel 1C


Thomas Gillam (University of Cambridge (GB))


The most recent ATLAS analysis searching for two like-charge or three leptons places improved bounds on several strongly-produced supersymmetric models, both simplified and phenomenological. Whilst the targeted event signatures have very low backgrounds from the standard model, there are contributions from fake and charge-flipped leptons. I shall present an overview covering the data-driven methods that are used to estimate the contribution from these in our signal regions, and summarise the main results of this analysis.

Primary author

Thomas Gillam (University of Cambridge (GB))

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