LHC/ILC interplay in SUSY searches

@inproceedings{MoortgatPick2008LHCILCII,
  title={LHC/ILC interplay in SUSY searches},
  author={G. Moortgat-Pick},
  year={2008}
}
Combined analyses at the Large Hadron Collider and at the International Linear Collider are important to reveal precisely the new physics model as, for instance, supersymmetry. Examples are presented where ILC results as input for LHC analyses could be crucial for the identification of signals as well as of the underlying model. The synergy of both colliders leads also to rather accurate SUSY parameter determination and powerful mass constraints even if the scalar particles have masses in the… Expand
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