SUSY 2015, 23rd International Conference on Supersymmetry and Unification of Fundamental Interactions

23-29 August 2015
Lake Tahoe
US/Pacific timezone

Reaching for Squarks and Gauginos at 100 TeV

27 Aug 2015, 16:50
20m
Cedar House ()

Cedar House

Precision Computations and Monte Carlo Tools, all areas

Speaker

Mr Bob Zheng (University of Michigan)

Description

I will discuss the prospect of extending the reach for squarks and gauginos via associated production at a $\sqrt{s} = 100$ TeV proton-proton collider, given 3 ab$^{-1}$ integrated luminosity. Depending on the gluino mass, the discovery reach for squarks in associated production with a gluino can be up to 40 TeV for compressed spectra (small gluino-LSP mass splitting), and up to 32 TeV for non-compressed spectra. The discovery reach for Winos can be up to between 4 and 6 TeV depending on squark masses and Wino decay kinematics. Binos of up to 2 TeV could similarly be discovered. Squark-gaugino associated production could prove to be the discovery mode for supersymmetry at a 100 TeV collider in a large region of parameter space.

Primary authors

Mr Bob Zheng (University of Michigan) Mr Sebastian Ellis (University of Michigan)