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Title: Supersymmetry searches in GUT models with non-universal scalar masses
Authors: Cannoni, Mirco
Ellis, John
Gomez, Mario
Lola, Smaragda
Ruiz de Austri, Roberto
Keywords: Particle physics - cosmology connection
Supersymmetry and cosmology
Keywords (translated): Υπερσυμμετρία και κοσμολογία
Source: Journal of cosmology and astroparticle physics
Abstract: We study SO(10), SU(5) and flipped SU(5) GUT models with non-universal soft supersymmetry-breaking scalar masses, exploring how they are constrained by LHC supersymmetry searches and cold dark matter experiments, and how they can be probed and distinguished in future experiments. We find characteristic differences between the various GUT scenarios, particularly in the coannihilation region, which is very sensitive to changes of parameters. For example, the flipped SU(5) GUT predicts the possibility of ˜t1 − coannihilation, which is absent in the regions of the SO(10) and SU(5) GUT parameter spaces that we study. We use the relic density predictions in different models to determine upper bounds for the neutralino masses, and we find large differences between different GUT models in the sparticle spectra for the same LSP mass, leading to direct connections of distinctive possible experimental measurements with the structure of the GUT group. We find that future LHC searches for generic missing ET , charginos and stops will be able to constrain the different GUT models in complementary ways, as will the Xenon 1 ton and Darwin dark matter scattering experiments and future FERMI or CTA -ray searches.
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