Cornering top-philic dark matter with colliders and cosmology: the importance of QCD corrections

Abstract : Constraining dark matter models necessitates accurate predictions for large set of observables originating from collider physics, cosmology and astrophysics. We consider two classes of top-philic dark matter models where the dark sector is coupled to the Standard Model via the top quark and study the complementarity of dark matter relic density, direct and indirect detection and collider searches in exploring the model parameter space. We moreover investigate how higher-order corrections affect the results.
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Benjamin Fuks. Cornering top-philic dark matter with colliders and cosmology: the importance of QCD corrections. 5th Biennial Workshop on Discovery Physics at the LHC, Dec 2018, Hazyview, South Africa. ⟨hal-02073545⟩

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