New Challenges and Opportunities for the LHC in Run 2
Abstract: As we move into Run 2 of the LHC, more adventurous measurements and more precise measurements are both needed. I will discuss one example of each type. First I will reconsider how "dark" naturalness, as in the twin Higgs and related models, can imply some of the challenging signals that were discussed last decade but have as yet received limited study at the LHC. Then I will show how combining LHC measurements in suitable ways can significantly reduce theoretical errors, potentially allowing greater sensitivity to new phenomena.
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