Supersymmetry Phenomenology at Hadron Colliders


The phenomenology of a low-energy supersymmetry at hadron colliders is discussed with consideration of the minimal supergravity model, with a large top quark Yukawa coupling at the grand unification mass scale, and gauge mediated symmetry breaking models. Possible supersymmetry interpretations of some unexplained events are mentioned.Comment: 11 pages, Latex2.09, uses sprocl.sty (included) and epsf.sty. 5 postscript figures. Talk presented at COSMO 97: International Workshop on Particle Physics and the Early Universe, Lancaster, UK, Sept. 1997. Postscript file of complete paper also available at or at

    Similar works