We work a scenario inspired by natural supersymmetry, where neutrino mass is explained within a seesaw scenario. We extend the Minimal Supersymmetric Standard Model by adding light right-handed neutrinos and their superpartners, the R-sneutrinos, and consider the lightest neutralinos to be higgsino-like.
We consider the possibility of having a R-sneutrino as lightest supersymmetric particle. Assuming that some squarks and gauginos are heavy, we systematically evaluate the bounds on slepton and squark masses due to existing LHC data.
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