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Jesse Liu (U. Oxford) “Opening New Frontiers for Supersymmetry and Dark Matter at the LHC”
November 20 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Smoking gun signals for new physics at the LHC elude us.
What gaps remain under the lamppost? Where do we focus the next
generation of searches? This talk tackles these pressing problems by
highlighting new frontiers opened by recent theoretical surveys,
extending ATLAS beyond its design capability, and state-of-the-art
analysis strategies. Sensitivity to key supersymmetry targets
motivated by naturalness and WIMP dark matter are just surpassing two
decade old LEP limits. Striking blind spots remain around 100 GeV mass
scales that invite creative discovery strategies for future efforts.