HET Seminar

"Catching scalar singlets at colliders"

Presented by Matthias Schlaffer, University of Chicago

Wednesday, June 17, 2020, 2:30 pm — Webcast

Scalar extensions of the Standard Model provide simple yet phenomenologically rich models for BSM physics that can be looked for at current and future colliders. In my talk I will focus on the renormalizable scalar singlet extension and the relaxion as two benchmark models. Using these benchmarks I will discuss the various strategies needed at the LHC and future colliders to explore their vast parameter space. In particular I will discuss direct search strategies with prompt, displaced, and invisible signatures as well as indirect searches. https://bluejeans.com/767813754

Hosted by: Peter Denton

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