Journal article

Reinterpretation of LHC results for new physics: status and recommendations after run 2

Waleed Abdallah, Shehu AbdusSalam, Azar Ahmadov, Amine Ahriche, Gael Alguero, Benjamin C Allanach, Jack Y Araz, Alexandre Arbey, Chiara Arina, Peter Athron, Emanuele Bagnaschi, Yang Bai, Michael J Baker, Csaba Balazs, Daniele Barducci, Philip Bechtle, Aoife Bharucha, Andy Buckley, Jonathan Butterworth, Haiying Cai Show all

SciPost Physics | SCIPOST FOUNDATION | Published : 2020

University of Melbourne Researchers

Grants

Awarded by European Union as part of the Marie Sklodowska-Curie Innovative Training Network MCnetITN3


Awarded by STFC


Awarded by FAPESP


Awarded by Royal Society


Awarded by DFG Emmy Noether Grant


Awarded by Austrian Science Fund, EliseRichter grant


Awarded by National Research Foundation of Korea, NRF


Funding Acknowledgements

We thank the LHC Physics Centers at CERN and Fermilab, the CERN and Fermilab Theory Departments, as well as the IoP London and the IPPP Durham, UK, for support in the organisation of workshops associated to this work. We also acknowledge the inspiring atmosphere at the Les Houches "Physics at TeV Colliders" workshops, where the reinterpretation of LHC results remains an active topic.The editors of this report were supported in part by the European Union as part of the Marie Sklodowska-Curie Innovative Training Network MCnetITN3 (grant agreement no. 722104), by the IN2P3/CNRS under the project "LHC-iTools", by STFC grants ST/P000681/1, ST/K00414X/1, ST/N000838/1, ST/P000762/1, ST/N003985/1, ST/M005437/1, and by FAPESP under the project grant 2015/20570-1. We acknowledge moreover partial support by The Royal Society, University Research Fellowship grant UF160548 (AB); the F.R.S.-FNRS (JH); the DFG Emmy Noether Grant No. KA 4662/1-1 (FK). the Austrian Science Fund, EliseRichter grant V592-N27 (SuK); and the National Research Foundation of Korea, NRF, contract NRF-2008-00460 (SS).