Constraining Higgsino kink tracks from existing LHC searches

@article{Jung2015ConstrainingHK,
  title={Constraining Higgsino kink tracks from existing LHC searches},
  author={Sunghoon Jung and Hye-Sung Lee},
  journal={International Journal of Modern Physics A},
  year={2015},
  volume={32},
  pages={1750070}
}
Considering the supersymmetric model with the long-lived charged Higgsino, we discuss how Higgsino kink signals can show up in the latest LHC Disappearing Track (DT) and stable chargino searches. We derive constraints on the Higgsino kink signal, and characterize it in comparison to the Wino DT and the slepton kink track. We also discuss how to infer Higgsino model kinematics. 

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