The fate of the Littlest Higgs Model with T-parity under 13 TeV LHC Data
CTPU seminar room (Theory Building 4th Floor)
CTPU seminar room
Theory Building 4th Floor
IBS Main Campus, Daejeon
Little Higgs models are a class of models to solve the hierarchy problem by protecting the Higgs mass at one loop with the help of global symmetries. We were studying the constraints by recasting the most prominent SUSY signatures like jets (and leptons) plus missing transverse energy. In order to relax bounds from direct detection searches for dark matter we also consider the collider phenomenology for the case of T-parity violation. Furthermore, we give prospects for the high-luminosity runs of the LHC.