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Searching for slightly heavy SUSY scalars

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With an SM-looking Higgs boson discovered, and no SUSY scalars in sight, three options face us. The first is that SUSY is just around the corner, and the LHC will find it at Run 2 (the optimist). The second is that SUSY isn’t the correct theory of nature (the pessimist). Third, what if SUSY is out of reach at the LHC , but exists at slightly higher scales? We will address this last possibility, discussing what direct and indirect probes could be used to search for slightly heavy SUSY scalars, based on various theoretical considerations, and some insight from an M-theory compactification.

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

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