Department of Theoretical Physics
University of Vienna



December 01 - 03, 2006





Benjamin Allanach (Cambridge):


SUSY Dark Matter and the LHC



I shall discuss indirect global fits to simple models of low energy supersymmetry. They give a sort of `weather forecast' for what might be expected at future colliders. The cosmological dark matter relic density plays a crucial role in the fits. We then discuss the possibility of measuring enough collider observables to provide an accurate prediction of the the expected relic density. This could then be compared with the observed value and test cosmology.

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