B C Allanach
Articles written in Pramana – Journal of Physics
Volume 60 Issue 2 February 2003 pp 239-247
The large hadron collider (LHC) should have the ability to detect supersymmetric particles if low-energy supersymmetry solves the hierarchy problem. Studies of the LHC detection reach, and the ability to measure properties of supersymmetric particles are currently underway. We highlight some of these, such as the reach in minimal supergravity space and correlation with a fine-tuning parameter, precision measurements of edge variables, anomaly or gauge-mediated supersymmetry breaking. Supersymmetry with baryon-number violation seems at first glance more difficult to detect, but proves to be possible by using leptons from cascade decays.
Volume 60 Issue 2 February 2003 pp 383-394
Amitava Datta K Sridhar K Abe K Agashe R Aleksan B C Allanach S Chakraborti D Choudhury Asesh Krishna Datta Anindya Datta D Ghosh R M Godbole M Guchait K Huitu P Konar A Kundu S Moretti B Mukhopadhyaya S Moretti D P Roy
The activities of the working group including some of the seminars are summarized. The written reports received are included.
Volume 62 Issue 3 March 2004 pp 651-653
The CDF experiment reported a lepton photon missing transverse energy (ie651_01)signal 3σ in excess of the standard model prediction in Tevatron Run I data. The excess can be explained by the resonant production of a smuon, which subsequently decays to a muon, a photon and a gravitino. Here, we perform combined fits of this model to the CDF (ie651_02) excess, the DO measurement of the same channel and the CDF (ie651_03) channel. Although the rates of the latter two analyses are in agreement with the standard model prediction, our model is in good agreement with these data because their signal to background efficiency is low at the best-fit point. However, they help to constrain the model away from the best fit point.
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