Perspectives on Future Supersymmetry at Colliders
Abstract: We discuss discovery prospects and new perspectives on Supersymmetry (SUSY) at future hadron colliders. Future SUSY, consisting of lightest gauginos and/or higgsinos and heavier scalars, must be studied in qualitatively different ways in several aspects -- it exhibits generic new features that did not hold previously with lighter O(10-100) GeV sparticles. Discussed topics include (1) gluino searches (gaugino mass ratio and its resummation), (2) electroweakino searches with emphasis on higgsino thermal dark matters (new higgsino relations from Goldstone Equivalence Theorem, and LHC Inverse problem), and (3) gluinos versus stops and electroweakinos.
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