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Interplay and characterization of Dark Matter searches at colliders and in direct detection experiments.

Malik, Sarah A. and McCabe, Christopher and Araujo, Henrique and Belyaev, Alexander and Boehm, Celine and Brooke, Jim and Buchmueller, Oliver and Davies, Gavin and De Roeck, Albert and de Vries, Kees and Dolan, Matthew J. and Ellis, John and Fairbairn, Malcolm and Flaecher, Henning and Gouskos, Loukas and Khoze, Valentin V. and Landsberg, Greg and Newbold, Dave and Papucci, Michele and Sumner, Timothy and Thomas, Marc and Worm, Steven (2015) 'Interplay and characterization of Dark Matter searches at colliders and in direct detection experiments.', Physics of the dark universe., 9-10 . pp. 51-58.

Abstract

In this White Paper we present and discuss a concrete proposal for the consistent interpretation of Dark Matter searches at colliders and in direct detection experiments. Based on a specific implementation of simplified models of vector and axial-vector mediator exchanges, this proposal demonstrates how the two search strategies can be compared on an equal footing.

Item Type:Article
Keywords:Dark Matter, Direct detection, Collider search for Dark Matter, Simplified models.
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Status:Peer-reviewed
Publisher Web site:http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.dark.2015.03.003
Publisher statement:© 2015 CERN for the benefit of the Authors. Published by Elsevier B.V. This is an open access article under the CC BY license (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/).
Record Created:19 Oct 2015 09:50
Last Modified:01 Dec 2015 11:17

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