10-12 January 2018
Centre for Particle Theory, Durham
Europe/London timezone

Opening unexplored frontiers for new physics at the LHC

10 Jan 2018, 16:40
20m
Centre for Particle Theory, Durham

Centre for Particle Theory, Durham

IPPP & Dept. Mathematical Sciences Durham University South Road Durham DH1 3LE

Speaker

Jesse Liu (Oxford University)

Description

The smoking gun signals for new physics at the energy frontier elude us. What gaps remain under the lamppost? Where do we focus our next searches? I'll show striking opportunities to probe new and challenging signatures of supersymmetry and dark matter. These need dedicated experimental efforts such as custom triggers or soft leptons, and I'll highlight key synergies with theoretical input. Such trends drive ongoing and upcoming 13 TeV LHC searches, which open tantalising prospects for discoveries at the weak scale.
What would be the preferred length of your talk? 20 minutes + questions

Primary author

Jesse Liu (Oxford University)

Presentation Materials

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