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Dark Matter at the LHC: Understanding experimental reach

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As beyond-standard-model physics continues to elude discovery at the LHC , it becomes increasingly important to ask what we can learn about dark matter in a model-independent way. I will introduce the theory and usage of effective operators; these have become popular in recent years as a way to construct model-independent constraints on dark matter, but at LHC energies it is crucial to understand their significance and limitations, and how they can be used to compare the reach of vastly different experiments. With this in mind, I will also discuss the next step beyond effective operators, and techniques to link the search for missing energy with the much-sought-after Dark Matter.

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

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