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Light stops, kinematic variables, and gaps from LHC Run I

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A light supersymmetric counterpart to the top quark, the stop, is a key ingredient to natural SUSY . Both ATLAS and CMS have ruled out large swathes of parameter space involving weak-scale stops in the Run I of the LHC . I’ll discuss the current landscape for weak-scale stops and focus on the holes in the current exclusion limits in the stealth stop region where the stop is nearly mass degenerate with the top quark.

This talk is part of the Cavendish HEP Seminars series.

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