ATLAS/CMS Dark Matter Forum Topic: S-channel simplified models

Responsibles: A, B, C, D

Task: chose generic s-channel simplified models with vector and scalar mediators and produce matrix element implementation.

Timescale: needs completed by the end of January 2015

The Forum members working on this subject have the responsibility to choose a set of s-channel simplified models (matrix element) that should be agreed upon by both collaborations for Run-2 searches. They will discuss and work with those responsible for the full list and for other channels (see OverallListAndDocumentation page) and include other experts in the discussion if necessary.

Work log and plan

December 2014: Steve Mrenna and the ATLAS/CMS Dark Matter Forum organizers have produced a first document draft with three (?) models and a proposal of grid scan points as a starting set.

Suggested timeline and milestones

First ATLAS/CMS Dark Matter Forum meeting: 2nd week of January 2015

  • Reach agreement or implement changes with respect to the initial list.
  • Present a plan for convergence of the list
  • Start communicating with Forum members working on the subject of the implementation

Second ATLAS/CMS Dark Matter Forum meeting: last week of January 2015

  • Have a final list of selected s-channel models to serve as Run-2 benchmarks
  • Actively participate in decision of grid points and various implementations to be used

Third ATLAS/CMS Dark Matter Forum meeting: second week of February 2015

  • Prepare documentation suitable both as a reference for the internal ATLAS and CMS audiences and as an explanation for theory and non-‐collider readers.
  • Share written documentation with Forum participants and reviewers


-- CaterinaDoglioni - 2014-12-11

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