November 3, 10:15 in A315   

Jari Laamanen (Nijmegen)


Stop NLSP in cMSSM

So far the squarks have not been detected at the LHC indicating that they are heavier than a few hundred GeVs, if they exist. The lighter stop can be considerably lighter than the other squarks. In this talk, the possibility that a supersymmetric partner of the top quark, stop, is the next-to-lightest supersymmetric particle in the constrained supersymmetric standard model is studied. We'll find that it cannot be ruled out. Observing this kind of stop at the LHC may be difficult.