2-7 June 2019
Simon Fraser University
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Dark Sector Searches on ATLAS

4 Jun 2019, 14:25
SCC 9002 (Simon Fraser University)

SCC 9002

Simon Fraser University

Invited Speaker / Conférencier(ère) invité(e) Symposia Day - Dark Matter T3-4 Dark matter and dark sectors (PPD) | Matière sombre et secteurs sombres (PPD)


Alison Lister (University of British Columbia (CA))


Despite the currently collected LHC datasets not seeming to show signs of easily observable physics beyond the Standard Model, there remains a number of areas still to be explored. One of these areas is the search for long-lived particles, typical signatures of Dark Sector models. These searches most often rely heavily on non-standard reconstruction within the ATLAS experiment. Standard reconstruction relies on the particles being promptly produced - or close to promptly produced for b-tagging - at the primary collision vertex. ATLAS is now carrying out a wide range of searches for long-lived particles whose decay lengths extend from slightly beyond typical B-hadron decays lengths (few mm) to several meters with decays within the muon spectrometers. A short overview of some recent such searches will be presented.

Primary author

Alison Lister (University of British Columbia (CA))

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