Apr 23 – 27, 2012
Hotel Inter-Brugo EXCO
Asia/Seoul timezone

R-parity violation at LHC & ILC (via WebEx)

Apr 25, 2012, 5:30 PM
25m
B1-4 [300] (Hotel Inter-Burgo EXCO)

B1-4 [300]

Hotel Inter-Burgo EXCO

Speaker

Benedikt Vormwald (DESY)

Description

Supersymmetric models with R-parity violation (RPV) offer a broad range of interesting phenomenologies that can differ from R-parity conserving SUSY, depending of the strength of the breaking. The most important consequence of RPV is that the lightest supersymmetric particle is no longer stable and can decay into Standard Model particles. This makes RPV SUSY much harder to test at the LHC. In this talk, recent LHC results of RPV studies will be discussed taking into consideration the potential of a future linear e+e- collider. Special attention will then be paid to a model, where R-parity is broken by additional bilinear terms in the Lagrangian. This could introduce neutrino masses and mixings at tree level. A first background study for a search at the International Large Detector at the ILC will be presented. It will be shown that the ILC is the ideal machine to test supersymmetric models with broken R-parity.

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