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Prospects with Future LHC Data

  • Ruth PöttgenEmail author
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Abstract

In the light of the LHC run-II starting in early 2015, a simulation study has been performed to investigate the sensitivity of the mono-jet analysis to Dark Matter pair.

Keywords

Dark Matter Pair Production WIMP Mass Mediator Mass Jets Background Total Systematic Uncertainty 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.FysikumStockholms Universitet (SU)StockholmSweden

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