Searches for Axion Like Particles at the LHC
October 20, 2021
November 17, 2021
Searching for axion-like particles is a very active field, as they are a potential candidate for dark matter. The LHC proves to be a versatile tool to search for axion-like particles in a wide mass range using a variety of production and decay modes, which are exploited using modern analysis techniques. An overview of the employed analysis strategies is presented together with a selected set of analyses from the LHC experiments covering the mass range from 0.5 GeV to 600 GeV.
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