Search for Heavy Stable Charged Particles at the CMS experiment using the RPC phase II upgrade
August 02, 2019
Several theoretical models accommodate the possibility of Heavy Stable Charged Particles(HSCP). With improved data acquisition in the phase-II upgrade of the CMS-RPC system, triggering and identification of HSCPs are expected to be possible using the Time of Flight technique. Moreover, new RPC chambers will be installed to extend the acceptance up to |η|<2.4 with improved time and spatial resolution which can complement this search. Performance of new Level-1 trigger strategies to detect HSCPs at the High Luminosity LHC is presented.
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