May 8 – 10, 2017
University of Pittsburgh
US/Eastern timezone

Three-boson signals in a three-brane world

May 9, 2017, 3:30 PM
15m
G-27 (Benedum Hall)

G-27

Benedum Hall

Speakers

Dr Rashmish Mishra (University of Maryland) Rashmish Mishra (University of Maryland) Rashmish K Mishra

Description

Abstract: We study the collider signals in a recently proposed RS like scenario with 3 or more branes. This scenario can address both flavor and hierarchy problems and leads to new and interesting signals that are accessible at LHC. I will focus on the 3 brane case when the primary signal involves three EW gauge bosons in the final state. A robust feature of decays in this scenario is the presence of a three body invariant mass peak, as well as another two body invariant mass peak in its constituents. This feature is a powerful discriminant, and can lead to significant significance at LHC14 with 300/fb data in various channels.

Primary authors

Dr Rashmish Mishra (University of Maryland) Rashmish Mishra (University of Maryland) Rashmish K Mishra

Co-authors

Sungwoo Hong (University of Maryland) Peizhi Du (University of Maryland) Dr Doojin Kim (Theory Division, CERN) Prof. Kaustubh Agashe (University of Maryland) Dr Jack Collins (University of Maryland)

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