Deciphering the MSSM Higgs Mass at Future Hadron Colliders
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CitationAgrawal, Prateek, JiJi Fan, Matthew Reece, and Wei Xue. 2017. Deciphering the MSSM Higgs Mass at Future Hadron Colliders. Journal of High Energy Physics 2017: 27.
AbstractFuture hadron colliders will have a remarkable capacity to discover massive new particles, but their capabilities for precision measurements of couplings that can reveal underlying mechanisms have received less study. In this work we study the capability of future hadron colliders to shed light on a precise, focused question: is the higgs mass of 125 GeV explained by the MSSM? If supersymmetry is realized near the TeV scale, a future hadron collider could produce huge numbers of gluinos and electroweakinos. We explore whether precision measurements of their properties could allow inference of the scalar masses and tanβ with sufficient accuracy to test whether physics beyond the MSSM is needed to explain the higgs mass. We also discuss dark matter direct detection and precision higgs physics as complementary probes of tanβ. For concreteness, we focus on the mini-split regime of MSSM parameter space at a 100 TeV pp collider, with scalar masses ranging from 10s to about 1000 TeV.
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