Axion-like particle searches at the LHC
Axion Like Particles (ALPs) are potential dark matter candidates and searches at the LHC are performed in a wide range of masses. It is an active field of research. Several production processes in a variety of final states are explored using the data collected. Advanced analysis techniques are used to improve the search sensitivity. An overview of the analysis strategies and a selected sample of the analyses performed at the LHC are presented. The mass range covered spans from 0.5~GeV to few TeVs.
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