Exploring SUSY from below

27 Aug 2015, 17:30
20m
Mountain ()

Mountain

Supersymmetry Phenomenology and Experiment SUSY Expt. and Phenomenology

Speaker

Giovanni Grilli di Cortona (SISSA)

Description

We analyse the mass reach for electroweakinos at future hadron colliders and their interplay with direct detection experiments. Motivated by the LHC data, we focus on split supersymmetry models with different electroweakino spectra. We find for example that a 100 TeV collider may explore Winos up to $\sim 7$ TeV in low scale gauge mediation models or thermal Wino dark matter around $3$ TeV in models of anomaly mediation with long-lived Winos. We show moreover how collider searches and direct detection experiments have the potential to cover large part of the parameter space even in scenarios where the lightest neutralino does not contribute to the whole dark matter relic density.

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