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Is SUSY still the best bunker to hide in, in light of experimental data?

Centre For High Energy physics

Indian Institute of Science, Bengaluru-560012

Centre for High Energy Physics, Indian Institute of Science, is organising a four day meeting on May 10-13, 2018. The broad theme of the meeting is to discuss whether weak scale supersymmetry remains the most promising extension of the Standard Model, given that there is as yet no sign superpartners in LHC experiments, or even a hint of supersymmetry in dark matter searches and other non-accelerator experiments. We expect that the overview talks at this meeting would be geared to set up the talking-points for discussion on the theme of this meeting, and for theoretical and experimental directions that we, as a community, ought to be exploring in the near-term and longer-term future.

Discussion topics

SUSY and Naturalness

Dark matter in SUSY

SUSY Higgses



B Ananthanarayan       Biplob Bhattacherjee

Sudhir Vempati       Rohini M Godbole(Convenor)

Najimuddin Khan       Ayon Patra

Amit Adhikary       Rahool Kumar Barman

Shiuli Chatterjee       Priyanka Lamba

Ratan Sarkar

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