PoS - Proceedings of Science
Volume 360 - ALPS 2019 An Alpine LHC Physics Summit (ALPS2019) - Dark matter
Status of non-supersymmetric models with GAMBIT
P. Scott*  on behalf of the GAMBIT collaboration
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Published on: February 08, 2021
I briefly review the latest analyses of non-supersymmetric models from the GAMBIT global fitting project, covering axions, axion-like particles and scalar, vector and fermionic Higgs portal models stabilised by either a $\mathbb{Z}_2$ or $\mathbb{Z}_3$ discrete symmetry. These results incorporate various combinations of constraints from the LHC, direct and indirect searches for dark matter, dedicated axion experiments, vacuum stability and the observed relic density of dark matter (applied as either an upper limit or a strict requirement). They also include the impacts of theoretical uncertainties ranging from the temperature dependence of the QCD axion mass to nuclear matrix elements, Standard Model parameters and astrophysical halo modelling.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.22323/1.360.0027
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