EPP Theory Seminar: Herbert Dreiner: Searching for Supersymmetry with broken R-parity at the LHC
Supersymmetry is a theoretically well motivated extension of the SM. It comes in two variants: with and without R-parity. We investigate in detail, how this model has been tested to-date at the LHC and find several loop-holes. Restricting ourselves then to the R-Parity Violating CMSSM we use the program CheckMATE to check the LHC coverage of all possible RPV versions within this complete model. We determine the corresponding mass bounds. We point to possible future improvements.