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Dark matter searches with mono-photon signature at future e$^+$e$^-$ colliders

@inproceedings{Kalinowski2021DarkMS,
  title={Dark matter searches with mono-photon signature at future e\$^+\$e\$^-\$ colliders},
  author={Jan Kalinowski and Wojciech Kotlarski and Krzysztof Mekala and Pawel Sopicki and Aleksander Filip Żarnecki},
  year={2021}
}
As any e+e− scattering process can be accompanied by a hard photon emission from the initial state radiation, the analysis of the energy spectrum and angular distributions of those photons can be used to search for hard processes with an invisible final state. Thus high energy e+e− colliders offer a unique possibility for the most general search of Dark matter based on the mono-photon signature. We consider production of DM particles via a mediator at the International Linear Collider (ILC) and… Expand

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