Motivation and status of TeV-scale supersymmetry searches at the LHC

Paul de Jong (NIKHEF)
DESY Auditorium, 16.45 h

TeV-scale supersymmetry is a well-motivated theory for physics beyond the Standard Model, and searches for it are top priority for the experiments at the LHC. After a short introduction, I will present some generic searches, but then shift the focus to searches that are specifically targeted towards "natural supersymmetry" and dark matter candidates. I will try to discuss where we are, and give an outlook on the near future.

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