Searches for new physics at CMS and ATLAS without Leptons or Resonances
There is a long history of searches for new physics using resonances or leptons in the final state. We present searches for new physics that may have neither leptons or resonances in the final state. In these cases, the searches must be model driven. Examples include models of Dark Matter, Large Extra Dimensions, long lived particle, Magnetic Monopoles or Microscopic Black Holes. The analyses presented were performed at the ATLAS and CMS experiments at the Large Hadron Collider.
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