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 NEW  A search for high mass resonances decaying to tau+tau- in the ATLAS detector (ATLAS-CONF-2012-067, 30 June 2012)
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A search for high mass resonances decaying to tau+tau- in the ATLAS detector (ATLAS-CONF-2012-067, 30 June 2012)
 
Figure 8:
A high-MT event observed in the τhτh analysis (Run 189822, Event 86849215), which features a highly-collimated 3-prong tau candidate back-to-back with a 1-prong tau candidate that punches through to the muon spectrometer. Both tau candidates deposit significant energy in the hadronic calorimeter and have very high tau identification scores. This suggests that this is a real ditau decay (eg. a high-mass Z/γ*τhτh event).
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 NEW  Search for dark matter candidates and large extra dimensions in events with a photon and missing transverse momentum in pp collision data at sqrt(s)= 7 TeV with the ATLAS detector (ATLAS-CONF-2012-085, 1 July 2012)
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Search for dark matter candidates and large extra dimensions in events with a photon and missing transverse momentum in pp collision data at sqrt(s)= 7 TeV with the ATLAS detector (ATLAS-CONF-2012-085, 1 July 2012)
 
Additional auxiliary plots
Figure 2:
Event display of one monophoton candidate with ETmiss = 218.3 GeV, phi(ETmiss) = 2.52, a photon with pt = 218.0 GeV, eta(gamma) = 0.39,
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 NEW  Search for New Phenomena in the Dijet Mass Distribution using 5.8 fb$^{-1}$ of $pp$ Collisions at $\sqrt{s}=8$~TeV collected by the ATLAS Detector (ATLAS-CONF-2012-088, 1 July 2012)
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Search for New Phenomena in the Dijet Mass Distribution using 5.8 fb$^{-1}$ of $pp$ Collisions at $\sqrt{s}=8$~TeV collected by the ATLAS Detector (ATLAS-CONF-2012-088, 1 July 2012)
 
Figure 5:
The highest-mass central dijet event with the highest-p_T jet collected by the end of June, 2012 (Event 34879440, Run 205113): the two central high-pT jets have an invariant mass of 4.1 TeV, and the highest-pT jet has a pT of 2.1 TeV, and the subleading jet has a p_T of 1.9 TeV. The missing ET$ and SumET for this event are respectively 63 GeV and 4.2 TeV.
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Search for anomalous production of prompt like-sign lepton pairs with the ATLAS detector (ATLAS-CONF-2012-069, 2 July 2012)
 
Additional auxiliary plots
Figure 11:
Event display of the ee event with the highest invariant mass (589 GeV). The electron tracks are shown in yellow and green, with the high mass like-sign pair having yellow tracks. The leading electron has an ET of 196 GeV, (η,φ) of (1.31,-1.86), and charge +1. The subleading electron has an ET of 50 GeV, (η,φ) of (-2.25,2.73), and charge +1. There is a third electron (shown as a green track) with an ET of 35 GeV, (η,φ) of (-0.54,1.73), and charge -1. There are two reconstructed jets. The leading jet has a pT of 207 GeV and (η,φ) of (0.59,1.49), and the subleading jet has a pT of 30 GeV and (η,φ) of (1.14,1.45). The missing transverse energy is 9 GeV with φ of -1.05.
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 NEW  Observation of an excess of events in the search for the Standard Model Higgs boson in the H-> ZZ(*)-> 4l channel with the ATLAS detector (ATLAS-CONF-2012-092, 5 July 2012)
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Observation of an excess of events in the search for the Standard Model Higgs boson in the H-> ZZ(*)-> 4l channel with the ATLAS detector (ATLAS-CONF-2012-092, 5 July 2012)
 
Figure 29:
Event display of a 4e candidate. EventNumber: 82614360 RunNumber: 203602 m_4l=124.6 GeV. m_12=70.6 GeV, m_34=44.7 GeV. e_1: pt=24.9 GeV, eta=-0.33, phi=1.98.
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Observation of an excess of events in the search for the Standard Model Higgs boson in the gamma-gamma channel with the ATLAS detector (ATLAS-CONF-2012-091, 6 July 2012)
 
Figure 32:
Event display of a diphoton event candidate where both photon candidates are unconverted. The event number is 56662314 and it was recorded during run 203779 at sqrt(s) = 8 TeV. The leading photon has eT = 62.2 GeV and eta = 0.39. The subleading photon has eT = 55.5 GeV and eta = 1.18. The measured diphoton mass is 126.9 GeV. The pT and pTt of the diphoton are 9.3 GeV and 6.5 GeV, respectively. Only reconstructed tracks with pT > 1 GeV, hits in the pixel and SCT layers and TRT hits with a high threshold are shown.
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Observation of an Excess of Events in the Search for the Standard Model Higgs Boson in the H -> WW -> l nu l nu Channel with the ATLAS Detector (ATLAS-CONF-2012-098, 18 July 2012)
 
Figure 21:
Display of an event satisfying all the selection criteria for events in the H + 0 jet e+mu channel. The reconstructed lepton pT values are
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Search for Supersymmetry in Events with Large Missing Transverse Momentum, Jets, and at Least One Tau Lepton in 7 TeV Proton-Proton Collision Data with the ATLAS Detector (ATLAS-CONF-2012-112, 13 August 2012)
 
Figure 6:
Event selected in the one-tau channel. The pT of the leading and sub-leading jets are 592 GeV (red) and 86 GeV (green) respectively. The selected tau pT is 32 GeV (orange). ETmiss is 478 GeV (red arrow).
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Measurement of momentum imbalance in Z -> ll + jet events in Lead-Lead collisions at sqrt(s_NN)=2.76 TeV with the ATLAS detector (ATLAS-CONF-2012-119, 13 August 2012)
 
Figure 12:
ATLAS event display showing a \zee\ + jet event candidate. FCal $\sum$\ET= 2.62\,\TeV (5--10\% Centrality), $m_{ee}$ = 87.5\,\GeV, \ptZ = 105\,\GeV, $p_{\mathrm{T}}^{\mathrm{jet (R=0.2)}}$ = 41.8\,\GeV.
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Search for ttZ production in the three lepton final state with 4.7 fb-1 of √s = 7 TeV pp collision data collected by the ATLAS detector (ATLAS-CONF-2012-126, 24 August 2012)
 
Figure 4:
The only candidate event in data found in the signal region. The event is in the eμμ channel. The thick green line indicates the selected electron. The two thick red lines (with associated tracks highlighted in yellow) represent the selected muons.
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 NEW  Search for high-mass dilepton resonances in 6.1/fb of pp collisions at sqrt(s)= 8 TeV with the ATLAS experiment (ATLAS-CONF-2012-129, 13 September 2012)
Figure 5:
Event display of the selected event with the highest dimuon invariant mass. The highest momentum muon has a pT of 289 GeV and an η of 1.54. The subleading muon has a pT of 274 GeV and an η of -1.35. The invariant mass of the pair is 1258 GeV.
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 NEW  Search for Single Production of Vector-like Quarks Coupling to Light Generations in 4.64/fb1 of ATLAS Data at sqrt(s) = 7 TeV (ATLAS-CONF-2012-137, 24 September 2012)
Figure 7a:
Event display for the $W\rightarrow e\nu$ channel event with the highest three body invariant mass. Here, the invariant mass of the three body system is $M(e, \nu, \rm{leading~jet})=1615~\gev$.
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Figure 7b:
Event display for the $W\rightarrow \mu\nu$ channel event with the highest three body invariant mass. Here, the invariant mass of the three body system is $M(\mu, \nu, \rm{leading~jet})=1598~\gev$.
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Figure 7c:
Event display for the $Z\rightarrow ee$ channel event with the highest three body invariant mass. Here, the invariant mass of the three body system is $M(e, e, \rm{leading~jet})=1859~\gev$.
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Figure 7d:
Event display for the $Z\rightarrow \mu\mu$ channel event with the highest three body invariant mass. Here, the invariant mass of the three body system is $M(\mu, \mu, \rm{leading~jet})=1380~\gev$.
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