Supersymmetry searches at CMS
Summary of selected Supersymmetry searches of CMS at √s = 8 TeV
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Published online: 29 April 2014
The accumulation of 19 fb−1 of data at 8 TeV has been a unique window for Supersymmetry searches at the LHC, allowing the CMS collaboration to search for specific supersymmetric particles. This article covers the search for supersymmetric particles in a variety of production-and decay-modes as well as channels. It focuses on the search for the lightest scalar top (stop) in the single lepton channel, stop which might be the only observable in the case where Supersymmetry is realized in nature, and which can play a unique role in “naturalness”
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