- Typ
- Artikel in einem Journal
- Gebiet
- Anderes Gebiet
- Autor
- Philip Bechtle, Klaus Desch, Herbi K. Dreiner, Michael KrÃ¤mer, Ben O'Leary, Carsten Robens, BjÃ¶rn Sarrazin, Peter Wienemann
- Titel
- What if the LHC does not find supersymmetry in the sqrt(s)=7 TeV run?
- Datum
- 2011-02
- Reportnummer
- Phys.Rev.D84:011701,2011
- Kurzfassung
- We investigate the implications for supersymmetry from an assumed absence of any signal in the first period of LHC data taking at 7 TeV center-of-mass energy and with 1 to 7 fb^(-1) of integrated luminosity. We consider the zero-lepton plus four jets and missing transverse energy signature, and perform a combined fit of low-energy measurements, the dark matter relic density constraint and potential LHC exclusions within a minimal supergravity model. A non-observation of supersymmetry in the first period of LHC data taking would still allow for an acceptable description of low-energy data and the dark matter relic density in terms of minimal supergravity models, but would exclude squarks and gluinos with masses below 1 TeV.
- Journal
- doi:10.1103/PhysRevD.84.011701