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Type: Theses
Title: New physics searches at the high luminosity LHC
Author: Naik, Kaustubh
Issue Date: 2015
School/Discipline: School of Physical Science
Abstract: This thesis studies the x˜₁± x˜₁∓ [± and ∓ are superscript] and ℓ˜± ℓ˜∓ [± and ∓ are superscript] production processes in an upgraded LHC environment at √ŝ = 14 TeV. The Super Razor variables will be employed to obtain kinematic information and separate these Supersymmetric production processes from Standard Model background with identical final state topology. The analysis will be done using Monte Carlo generated data of events where truth-level information will be smeared to simulate the Phase-I and Phase-II ATLAS detector.
Advisor: Jackson, Paul Douglas
Kamleh, Waseem Rolf
Dissertation Note: Thesis (M.Phil..) -- University of Adelaide, School of Physical Science, 2015
Keywords: SUSY
LHC
Large Hadron Collider
Supersymmetry
Super Razor
kinematic variables
Monte Carlo
simulation
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