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Weak-scale MFV MSSM Global Fit to indirect Collider and WMAP-5 data

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We perform a global fit of general MFV weak-scale MSSM with conserved R-parity to current indirect collider and WMAP5 cold dark mater relic density data. I briefly describe the nested sampling idea which is the base of the multi­modal nested sampling (MultiNest) algorithm used for exploring the parameter space. This technique delivers probability distributions of parameters and other relevant collider and cosmological quantities such as sparticle masses and dark matter particle (neutralino) (co) annihilation cross-sections. I present and discuss such results and other parameters inference analysis concerning some of the most important constraints on the model: the muon anomalous magnetic moment g-2, the branching ratio Br(b to s gamma), and cold dark matter relic density experimental results.

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

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