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Collider Phenomenology of String/M Theory

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Mathematics and Applications of Branes in String and M-theory

Very generic string/M theory assumptions can lead to non-trivial phenomenologies that can be tested at the LHC . The branching fraction to the 3rd family quarks of the gluino decay should be enhanced, leading to multi-lepton and/or multi-bjet signatures. On the other hand, chargino could have long enough lifetime to produce disappearing tracks in the detector.

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