22-29 July 2015
Europe/Vienna timezone

New probes for bino dark matter with coannihilation at the LHC

Jul 24, 2015, 3:15 PM
12m
Großer Festsaal

Großer Festsaal

talk Higgs and New Physics Higgs and New Physics

Speaker

Hidetoshi Otono (Kyushu University (JP))

Description

It has been widely known that bino-like dark matter in the supersymmetric theories in general suffers from over-production. The situation can be drastically improved if gluinos have a mass slightly heavier than bino as they reduce the dark matter abundance through coannihilation. We consider such a bino-gluino coannihilation in high-scale SUSY models. In this scenario, gluinos have long lifetime due to the limited phase space for the decay and the heavy squark mass indicated by higgs mass. The over-production of the bino-like dark matter can be also mitigated by wino with degenerated mass from bino. Then, the heavy higgsino could make bino long-lived. We study the prospects for exploring the bino-gluino and bino-wino coannihilation scenario at the LHC. We show that the searches for the long-lived particles with displaced vertices offer a strong tool to test these scenario in collider experiments.

additional information

Probing Bino-Gluino Coannihilation at LHC (arXiv:1504.00504 [hep-ph])

Probing Bino-Wino Coannihilation at LHC (work in progress)

Primary author

Hidetoshi Otono (Kyushu University (JP))

Co-authors

Natsumi Nagata (University of Minnesota, University of Tokyo) Satoshi Shirai (DESY)

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