Robustness of dark matter constraints and interplay with collider searches for New Physics

  title={Robustness of dark matter constraints and interplay with collider searches for New Physics},
  author={Alexandre Arbey and Mathieu Boudaud and Farvah Mahmoudi and Glenn Robbins},
  journal={Journal of High Energy Physics},
A bstractWe study the implications of dark matter searches, together with collider constraints, on the phenomenological MSSM with neutralino dark matter and focus on the consequences of the related uncertainties in some detail. We consider, inter alia, the latest results from AMS-02, Fermi-LAT and XENON1T. In particular, we examine the impact of the choice of the dark matter halo profile, as well as the propagation model for cosmic rays, for dark matter indirect detection and show that the… 
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