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Natural SUSY, string landscape and implications for LHC

Howard Baer (University of Oklahoma)

8 April @ 14:30 - 17:00

The emergence of the string landscape in the early 2000s provided a setting for Weinberg’s anthropic solution to the cosmological constant problem. But what does the landscape imply for LHC physics? Rather general considerations yield probability distributions for sparticle and Higgs boson masses where the Higgs mass peaks around 125 GeV and sparticles somewhat or well-beyond present LHC bounds.I briefly review the most promising LHC discovery channels to emerge from natural SUSY. Applying naturalness to the strong CP problem, we expect mainly axion dark matter to emerge, with a smattering of higgsino-like WIMPs. Join Zoom Meetinghttps://infn-it.zoom.us/j/97176607357?pwd=eDB1amh4Zmxmdm83RDF6SEJ0S2ZIQT09Meeting ID: 971 7660 7357Passcode: 908879 

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Date:
8 April
Time:
14:30 - 17:00
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Website:
https://agenda.infn.it/event/39950/

Venue

Aula Salvini