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Search for new physics with ATLAS at the LHC

AuthorsMitsou, Vasiliki A.
KeywordsHigh Energy Physics - Phenomenology
High Energy Physics - Experiment
Issue Date17-Apr-2000
Lake Louise Winter Institute 2000: From Particles to the Universe
AbstractDue to the high energy and luminosity of the LHC, the ATLAS experiment has a huge discovery potential for new physics. A Standard Model Higgs boson can be discovered over the full range of allowed masses, and its mass should be measured with a precision of about 0.1%. The Higgs sector of the MSSM should be fully explored by searches for supersymmetric Higgs bosons. Squarks and gluinos can be discovered up to masses of 2.5 TeV and several precision measurements can be performed in the SUSY sector. The existence of particles predicted by other theories beyond the Standard Model has been also investigated.
Description6 pages LaTeX, 4 EPS figures and 1 style file incorporated.-- Presented at the Lake Louise Winter Institute 2000: From Particles to the Universe, Alberta, Canada, 20-26 February 2000.
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