Status of SUSY after LHC Run I


In light of the failed supersymmetry searches at the LHC, with Bayesian statistics, I discuss: Where is supersymmetry?, and, Is the most constrained supersymmetry model still viable? I briefly review recent experimental results – from collider and astroparticle physics - that constrain supersymmetry, and explain how we included such results in a Bayesian analysis of the Constrained Minimal Supersymmetric Standard Model (CMSSM). I identify the best regions in the CMSSM’s parameter space and discuss the viability of the CMSSM.

Liverpool University
Andrew Fowlie
Junior Faculty

My research interests include particle physics and statistics.