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Whither SUSY?

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To date the LHC has not found evidence for predicted SUSY states. Moreover the candidate Higgs mass lies above the preferred range of MSSM . The non-observation may indicate strong correlations between soft SUSY breaking terms. Well-motivated correlations can significantly increase the mass of SUSY states, and the Higgs mass may be raised in extensions of MSSM . I will discuss these extensions and possible tests at LHC in the SUSY and Higgs sectors,and in dark matter searches. Finally I will discuss the implications of a 125 GeV Higgs.

This talk is part of the Particle Physics Seminars series.

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