Focusing on Phenomenology for Hunting BSM Physics
A key target of the LHC is the search for and the discovery of particles beyond the Standard Model. The LHC experiments search for new physics in many different final state signatures sensitive to a vast variety of BSM scenarios.
The LHC is probing the 13 TeV energy frontier with several tens of femtobarn of data collected so far. A key goal is to interpret the data, improve techniques and conduct new ideas in the hunt for new BSM particles.
We discuss new search strategies for BSM hunting, jet like objects, the interplay between collider phenomenology and dark matter, the connection between massive neutrinos and the LHC, Monte Carlo programms, tools for BSM reinterpretation of LHC data and machine learning techniques in collider physics.
We want to talk and work in an informal meeting with the goal to create new ideas and collaborations for hunting BSM physics.
Location: Library, IBS-CTPU
Non-minimal Dark Sectors and Their Phenomenology
Monte-Carlo aspects for Multi-Higgs production
Valentina de Romeri
- Impact of sterile neutrinos on cLFV processes
LHC vs. Precision Experiments: A Comparision of LFV D6 Operators
New ideas on Long-Lived Superparticles with Hadronic Decays at the LHC
ATLAS stop excess and monostop signature
Direct and indirect tests of low-scale seesaw models at colliders (The seminar where you are the hero)
IBS CTPU, Daejeon, Republic of Korea