Supersymmetric models with Dirac instead of Majorana gaugino masses have distinct phenomenological consequences. In this paper, we investigate the electroweakino sector of the Minimal Dirac Gaugino Supersymmetric Standard Model (MDGSSM) with regards to dark matter (DM) and collider constraints. We delineate the parameter space where the lightest neutralino of the MDGSSM is a viable DM candidate, that makes for at least part of the observed relic abundance while evading constraints from DM direct detection, LEP and lowenergy data, and LHC Higgs measurements. The collider phenomenology of the thus emerging scenarios is characterised by the richer electroweakino spectrum as compared to the Minimal Supersymmetric Standard Model (MSSM) -- 6 neutralinos and 3 charginos instead of 4 and 2 in the MSSM, naturally small mass splittings, and the frequent presence of long-lived particles, both charginos and/or neutralinos. Reinterpreting ATLAS and CMS analyses with the help of SModelS and MadAnalysis 5, we discuss the sensitivity of existing LHC searches for new physics to these scenarios and show which cases can be constrained and which escape detection. Finally, we propose a set of benchmark points which can be useful for further studies, designing dedicated experimental analyses and/or investigating the potential of future experiments.
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Mark D. Goodsell, Implementation of the ATLAS-SUSY-2019-08 analysis in the MadAnalysis 5 framework (electroweakinos with a Higgs decay into a bb̄ pair, one lepton and missing transverse energy; 139 fb−1)
Mod. Phys. Lett. A 36, 2141006 (2021) [Crossref]
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- 1 Mark Goodsell,
- 2 Sabine Kraml,
- 2 Humberto Reyes-González,
- 1 3 Sophie L. Williamson
- 1 Laboratoire de Physique Théorique et Hautes Energies / Laboratory of Theoretical and High Energy Physics [LPTHE]
- 2 Laboratoire de Physique Subatomique et de Cosmologie / Laboratory of Subatomic Physics and Cosmology [LPSC]
- 3 Karlsruher Institut für Technologie / Karlsruhe Institute of Technology [KIT]