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Searches for axion-like particles at the intensity frontier

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Light pseudoscalars interacting dominantly with Standard Model gauge bosons (so-called axion-like particles or ALPs) occur frequently in extensions of the Standard Model. There is consequently a great interest in searches for ALPs both at the energy frontier and at the intensity frontier. In my talk I will review these different strategies and present an overview of existing constraints. I will then discuss the potential impact of ALP searches at various present and future experiments, in particular NA62 , SHiP and Belle II. I will point out that Belle II can search also for invisibly decaying ALPs, which allows to search for ALPs that mediate the interactions between the Standard Model and dark matter.

This talk is part of the HEP phenomenology joint Cavendish-DAMTP seminar series.

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