13-16 August 2019
Kane Hall 225
US/Pacific timezone

Exploring light Supersymmetry with GAMBIT

15 Aug 2019, 11:22
17m
Walker-Ames (Kane Hall 225)

Walker-Ames

Kane Hall 225

Speaker

Matthias Danninger (University of British Columbia (CA))

Description

I will summarize recent studies by the GAMBIT Collaboration in which we investigated the combined collider constraints on the chargino and neutralino sector of the Minimal Supersymmetric Standard Model. Through a large fit using GAMBIT we found that current ATLAS and CMS results with 36\,fb$^{-1}$ of 13\,TeV LHC collision data do not provide a general constraint on the lightest neutralino and chargino masses. Further, we found that a pattern of excesses in some of the LHC analyses can be fit in a subset of the model parameter space. In addition, I will discuss recent extensions to this work including fits to NMSSM models and models with gravitino Dark Matter candidates.

Primary author

Matthias Danninger (University of British Columbia (CA))

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