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Título : Sampling the μνSSM for displaced decays of the tau left sneutrino LSP at the LHC
Autor : Kpatcha, Essodjolo 
Lara, Iñaki 
Lopez-Fogliani, Daniel E. 
Muñoz, Carlos 
Nagata, Natsumi 
Otono, Hidetoshi 
Ruiz de Austri, Roberto 
Fecha de publicación : 2019
Editorial : Springer
Cita : Kpatcha, E. et al. Sampling the μνSSM for displaced decays of the tau left sneutrino LSP at the LHC [en línea]. The European Physical Journal C. 2019. 79. doi:10.1140/epjc/s10052-019-7412-1 Disponible en:
Resumen : Abstract: Within the framework of theμνSSM, a displaced dilepton signal is expected at the LHC from the decay of a tau left sneutrino as the lightest supersymmetric particle (LSP) with a mass in the range 45–100 GeV. We compare the predictions of this scenario with the ATLAS search for longlived particles using displaced lepton pairs in pp collisions, considering an optimization of the trigger requirements by means of a high level trigger that exploits tracker information. The analysis is carried out in the general case of three families of right-handed neutrino superfields, where all the neutrinos get contributions to their masses at tree level. To analyze the parameter space, we sample the μνSSM for a tau left sneutrino LSP with proper decay length cτ > 0.1 mm using a likelihood data-driven method, and paying special attention to reproduce the current experimental data on neutrino and Higgs physics, as well as flavor observables. The sneutrino is special in the μνSSM since its couplings have to be chosen so that the neutrino oscillation data are reproduced. We find that important regions of the parameter space can be probed at the LHC run 3.
ISSN : 1434-6052
Disciplina: INGENIERIA
DOI: 10.1140/epjc/s10052-019-7412-1
Derechos: Acceso abierto
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