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Dark Matter benchmark models for early LHC Run-2 Searches: Report of the ATLAS/CMS Dark Matter Forum

  • Author(s): Abercrombie, D
  • Akchurin, N
  • Akilli, E
  • Maestre, JA
  • Allen, B
  • Gonzalez, BA
  • Andrea, J
  • Arbey, A
  • Azuelos, G
  • Azzi, P
  • Backović, M
  • Bai, Y
  • Banerjee, S
  • Beacham, J
  • Belyaev, A
  • Boveia, A
  • Brennan, AJ
  • Buchmueller, O
  • Buckley, MR
  • Busoni, G
  • Buttignol, M
  • Cacciapaglia, G
  • Caputo, R
  • Carpenter, L
  • Castro, NF
  • Ceballos, GG
  • Cheng, Y
  • Chou, JP
  • Gonzalez, AC
  • Cowden, C
  • D'Eramo, F
  • De Cosa, A
  • De Gruttola, M
  • De Roeck, A
  • De Simone, A
  • Deandrea, A
  • Demiragli, Z
  • DiFranzo, A
  • Doglioni, C
  • du Pree, T
  • Erbacher, R
  • Erdmann, J
  • Fischer, C
  • Flaecher, H
  • Fox, PJ
  • Fuks, B
  • Genest, MH
  • Gomber, B
  • Goudelis, A
  • Gramling, J
  • Gunion, J
  • Hahn, K
  • Haisch, U
  • Harnik, R
  • Harris, PC
  • Hoepfner, K
  • Hoh, SY
  • Hsu, DG
  • Hsu, SC
  • Iiyama, Y
  • Ippolito, V
  • Jacques, T
  • Ju, X
  • Kahlhoefer, F
  • Kalogeropoulos, A
  • Kaplan, LS
  • Kashif, L
  • Khoze, VV
  • Khurana, R
  • Kotov, K
  • Kovalskyi, D
  • Kulkarni, S
  • Kunori, S
  • Kutzner, V
  • Lee, HM
  • Lee, SW
  • Liew, SP
  • Lin, T
  • Lowette, S
  • Madar, R
  • Malik, S
  • Maltoni, F
  • Perez, MM
  • Mattelaer, O
  • Mawatari, K
  • McCabe, C
  • Megy, T
  • Morgante, E
  • Mrenna, S
  • Moon, CS
  • Narayanan, SM
  • Nelson, A
  • Novaes, SF
  • Padeken, KO
  • Pani, P
  • Papucci, M
  • Paulini, M
  • Paus, C
  • Pazzini, J
  • Penning, B
  • et al.
Abstract

© 2019 The Authors This document is the final report of the ATLAS-CMS Dark Matter Forum, a forum organized by the ATLAS and CMS collaborations with the participation of experts on theories of Dark Matter, to select a minimal basis set of dark matter simplified models that should support the design of the early LHC Run-2 searches. A prioritized, compact set of benchmark models is proposed, accompanied by studies of the parameter space of these models and a repository of generator implementations. This report also addresses how to apply the Effective Field Theory formalism for collider searches and present the results of such interpretations.

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