SUSY stops at a bump

@article{Brust2012SUSYSA,
  title={SUSY stops at a bump},
  author={Christopher Brust and Andrey Katz and Raman Sundrum},
  journal={Journal of High Energy Physics},
  year={2012},
  volume={2012},
  pages={1-23}
}
A bstractWe discuss collider signatures of the “natural supersymmetry” scenario with baryon-number violating R-parity violation. We argue that this is one of the few remaining viable incarnations of weak scale supersymmetry consistent with full electroweak naturalness. We show that this intriguing and challenging scenario contains distinctive LHC signals, resonances of hard jets in conjunction with relatively soft leptons and missing energy, which are easily overlooked by existing LHC searches… Expand

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