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Event Displays from Run 2 exotics group analysis

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The event displays below are approved to be shown by ATLAS speakers at conferences and similar events. Click on the thumbnail images to access full-size displays. If you wish to use these event displays for other purposes than presentations of ATLAS results, please see the copyright statement.

This page shows displays of candidates selected by Run 2 physics analyses from the exotics groups. This is not an exhaustive list. Event displays included in conf-notes or papers which do not appear on this page will appear in the list of figures of the corresponding public document.

Main run-2 event displays page: here.

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Monojet event recorded in 2016 - ATLAS-CONF-2017-060

Event display from Search for dark matter and other new phenomena in events with an energetic jet and large missing transverse momentum using the ATLAS detector.

The second highest ETmiss monojet event in the 2016 ATLAS data (Event 738941529 Run 302393) . A jet with pT of 1707 GeV is indicated by the green and yellow bars corresponding to the energy deposition in the electromagnetic and hadronic calorimeters respectively. The ETmiss of 1735 GeV is shown as the white dashed line in the opposite side of the detector. No additional jets with pT above 30 GeV are found.

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Four-lepton candidate event with two electrons and two muons recorded in 2016 - ATLAS-CONF-2017-053

Event display from Search for doubly-charged Higgs boson production in multi-lepton final states with the ATLAS detector using proton-proton collisions at √s = 13 TeV.

A visualization of the only event observed (Event 2667756788, Run 304128) in the four-lepton signal region. The event contains four leptons: two electrons and two muons with a positive and a negative charged lepton in each flavor. The two positively charged tracks are shown in red and the two negatively charged tracks in green. The positive and negative electrons have a pT of 190 GeV and 74 GeV and point in an eta of 1.56 and 0.99 respectively. The positive and negative muons have a pT of 57 GeV and 130 GeV and point in an eta of 1.88 and 2.35 respectively. The same-charge invariant masses are 228 GeV and 207 GeV, while the opposite-charge masses are 163 GeV for the electron pair and 79 GeV for muon pair respectively. The event passes both the analysis Z veto and the mass difference selections.

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Event with the highest mT in the electron channel recorded in 2016 - arXiv:1706.04786

Event display from Search for a new heavy gauge-boson resonance decaying into a lepton and missing transverse momentum in 36/fb of pp collisions at √s = 13 TeV with the ATLAS experiment.

Display of the event with the highest mT in the electron channel found in the √s = 13 TeV data. The event contains an electron with pT = 1.10 TeV, η = 1.2, φ = 0.9. The missing transverse energy is ETmiss = 1.16 TeV and φ = -2.3. The transverse mass is 2.26 TeV. The white dashed line indicates the ETmiss direction. The green and yellow boxes display projections of the electromagnetic and hadronic calorimeter energy depositions and the orange lines represent charged particles with pT > 2 GeV in the inner detector. The view of the event in the plane transverse to the beam direction is shown on the right side in which the high-pT electron is represented by the green boxes in the direction opposite to the ETmiss vector.

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Highest mass central dijet event passing the dijet resonance selection, recorded in 2016 - ATLAS-CONF-2016-069

Event display from Search for new phenomena in dijet events collected in 2015 and 2016 pp collisions with the ATLAS detector at √s = 13 TeV.

The highest-mass, central dijet event passing the dijet resonance selection (Event 2504627221, Run 302053): the two central high-pT jets have transverse momenta of 2.93 and 2.77 TeV, they have a |y*| of 0.51 and their invariant mass is 6.46 TeV.

The highest-mass, central dijet event passing the dijet resonance selection (Event 2504627221, Run 302053): the two central high-pT jets have transverse momenta of 2.93 and 2.77 TeV, they have a |y*| of 0.51 and their invariant mass is 6.46 TeV.

Highest-mass dijet event passing the angular selection, recorded in 2016 - ATLAS-CONF-2016-069

Event display from Search for new phenomena in dijet events collected in 2015 and 2016 pp collisions with the ATLAS detector at √s = 13 TeV.

The highest-mass dijet event passing the angular selection (Event 753275626, Run 302347): the two central high-pT jets have transverse momenta of 3.13 and 2.98 TeV, they have a |y*| of 0.66 and their invariant mass is 7.5 TeV.

The highest-mass dijet event passing the angular selection (Event 753275626, Run 302347): the two central high-pT jets have transverse momenta of 3.13 and 2.98 TeV, they have a |y*| of 0.66 and their invariant mass is 7.5 TeV.

γ+ ETmiss event recorded in 2016 - Eur. Phys. J. C 77 (2017) 393

Event display from Search for dark matter at s√s=13 TeV in final states containing an energetic photon and large missing transverse momentum with the ATLAS detector.

The display of a γ+ ETmiss event recorded in 2016 (event 1150484630, run 3058111), is shown in the ATLAS detector. A photon with ET = 265 GeV (yellow) is balanced by a ETmiss of 268 GeV (red). There is no jet in the event.

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Highest transverse mass event with one muon and missing transverse energy, recorded in 2016 - arXiv:1706.04786

Event display from Search for a new heavy gauge-boson resonance decaying into a lepton and missing transverse momentum in 36/fb of pp collisions at √s = 13 TeV with the ATLAS experiment.

Display of the event with the highest mT in the muon channel found in the √s = 13 TeV data. The event contains a muon with pT = 2.77 TeV, η = -1.3, φ = -2.1. The missing transverse energy is ETmiss=1.86 TeV and φ = 1.0. The transverse mass is 4.54 TeV. The red line represents the direction of the muon and the white dashed line the ETmiss direction. In addition very high-pT jets with pT = 0.61 TeV, η = -0.85, φ = 0.7, pT = 0.3 TeV, η = -0.33, φ = 1.7, and pT = 0.17 TeV, η = -0.40, φ = 0.9 are produced in this collision. The blue boxes depict hits in the muon spectrometer; the green and yellow towers display projections of the electromagnetic and hadronic calorimeter energy depositions and the orange lines represent charged particles with pT > 2 GeV in the inner detector. The view of the event in the plane transverse to the beam direction is shown on the right side.

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