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Soft gluon effects in the production of colored sparticles at the LHC

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The production of coloured supersymmetric particles is an important SUSY discovery channel at the LHC . Therefore it is essential that the theoretical predictions for squark and gluino production cross sections are known with high accuracy. In this talk I will focus on the effects of soft gluon emission on the total cross sections for squark-antisquark and gluino-pair production. After a short review of the QCD resummation method, used to systematically treat soft parts of higher order corrections, I will report its application to the hadronic sparticle production processes. Concluding, I will discuss the size of the soft gluon corrections and the reduction of the theoretical error related to the scale dependence.

This talk is part of the Cavendish HEP Seminars series.

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