Imperial College London

Dr Pat Scott

Faculty of Natural SciencesDepartment of Physics

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AbdusSalam SS, Agocs FJ, Allanach BC, Athron P, Balazs C, Bagnaschi E, Bechtle P, Buchmueller O, Beniwal A, Bhom J, Bloor S, Bringmann T, Buckley A, Butter A, Camargo-Molina JE, Chrzaszcz M, Conrad J, Cornell JM, Danninger M, de Blas J, De Roeck A, Desch K, Dolan M, Dreiner H, Eberhardt O, Ellis J, Ben F, Fedele M, Flaecher H, Fowlie A, Gonzalo TE, Grace P, Hamer M, Handley W, Harz J, Heinemeyer S, Hoof S, Hotinli S, Jackson P, Kahlhoefer F, Kowalska K, Kraemer M, Kvellestad A, Martinez ML, Mahmoudi F, Martinez Santos D, Martinez GD, Mishima S, Olive K, Paul A, Prim MT, Porod W, Raklev A, Renk JJ, Rogan C, Roszkowski L, de Austri RR, Sakurai K, Scaffidi A, Scott P, Sessolo EM, Stefaniak T, Stoecker P, Su W, Trojanowski S, Trotta R, Tsai Y-LS, Van den Abeele J, Valli M, Vincent AC, Weiglein G, White M, Wienemann P, Wu L, Zhang Yet al., 2022, Simple and statistically sound recommendations for analysing physical theories, REPORTS ON PROGRESS IN PHYSICS, Vol: 85, ISSN: 0034-4885

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Banks H, Ansari S, Vincent AC, Scott Pet al., 2022, Simulation of energy transport by dark matter scattering in stars, JOURNAL OF COSMOLOGY AND ASTROPARTICLE PHYSICS, ISSN: 1475-7516

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Bhom J, Chrzaszcz M, Mahmoudi F, Prim MT, Scott P, White Met al., 2021, A model-independent analysis of b -> s mu(+)mu(-)transitions with GAMBIT's FlavBit, EUROPEAN PHYSICAL JOURNAL C, Vol: 81, ISSN: 1434-6044

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Bloor S, Gonzalo TE, Scott P, Chang C, Raklev A, Camargo-Molina JE, Kvellestad A, Renk JJ, Athron P, Balazs Cet al., 2021, The GAMBIT Universal Model Machine: from Lagrangians to likelihoods, EUROPEAN PHYSICAL JOURNAL C, Vol: 81, ISSN: 1434-6044

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Athron P, Kozar NA, Balazs C, Beniwal A, Bloor S, Bringmann T, Brod J, Chang C, Cornell JM, Farmer B, Fowlie A, Gonzalo TE, Handley W, Kahlhoefer F, Kvellestad A, Mahmoudi F, Prim MT, Raklev A, Renk JJ, Scaffidi A, Scott P, Stoecker P, Vincent AC, White M, Wild S, Zupan Jet al., 2021, Thermal WIMPs and the scale of new physics: global fits of Dirac dark matter effective field theories, EUROPEAN PHYSICAL JOURNAL C, Vol: 81, ISSN: 1434-6044

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Malbet F, Boehm C, Krone-Martins A, Amorim A, Anglada-Escude G, Brandeker A, Courbin F, Ensslin T, Falcao A, Freese K, Holl B, Labadie L, Leger A, Mamon GA, McArthur B, Mora A, Shao M, Sozzetti A, Spolyar D, Villaver E, Abbas U, Albertus C, Alves J, Barnes R, Bonomo AS, Bouy H, Brown WR, Cardoso V, Castellani M, Chemin L, Clark H, Correia ACM, Crosta M, Crouzier A, Damasso M, Darling J, Davies MB, Diaferio A, Fortin M, Fridlund M, Gai M, Garcia P, Gnedin O, Goobar A, Gordo P, Goullioud R, Hall D, Hambly N, Harrison D, Hobbs D, Holland A, Hog E, Jordi C, Klioner S, Lancon A, Laskar J, Lattanzi M, Le Poncin-Lafitte C, Luri X, Michalik D, de Almeida AM, Mourao A, Moustakas L, Murray NJ, Muterspaugh M, Oertel M, Ostorero L, Portell J, Prost J-P, Quirrenbach A, Schneider J, Scott P, Siebert A, da Silva A, Silva M, Thebault P, Tomsick J, Traub W, de Val-Borro M, Valluri M, Walton NA, Watkins LL, White G, Wyrzykowski L, Wyse R, Yamada Yet al., 2021, Faint objects in motion: the new frontier of high precision astrometry, EXPERIMENTAL ASTRONOMY, Vol: 51, Pages: 845-886, ISSN: 0922-6435

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Stoecker P, Balazs C, Bloor S, Bringmann T, Gonzalo TE, Handley W, Hotinli S, Howlett C, Kahlhoefer F, Renk JJ, Scott P, Vincent AC, White Met al., 2021, Strengthening the bound on the mass of the lightest neutrino with terrestrial and cosmological experiments, PHYSICAL REVIEW D, Vol: 103, ISSN: 2470-0010

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Athron P, Balazs C, Beniwal A, Camargo-Molina JE, Fowlie A, Gonzalo TE, Hoof S, Kahlhoefer F, Marsh DJE, Prim MT, Scaffidi A, Scott P, Su W, White M, Wu L, Zhang Yet al., 2021, Global fits of axion-like particles to XENON1T and astrophysical data, JOURNAL OF HIGH ENERGY PHYSICS, ISSN: 1029-8479

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Balazs C, van Beekveld M, Caron S, Dillon BM, Farmer B, Fowlie A, Garrido-Merchan EC, Handley W, Hendriks L, Johannesson G, Leinweber A, Mamuzic J, Martinez GD, Otten S, de Austri RR, Scott P, Searle Z, Stienen B, Vanschoren J, White Met al., 2021, A comparison of optimisation algorithms for high-dimensional particle and astrophysics applications, JOURNAL OF HIGH ENERGY PHYSICS, ISSN: 1029-8479

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Renk JJ, Stocker P, Bloor S, Hotinli S, Balazs C, Bringmann T, Gonzalo TE, Handley W, Hoof S, Howlett C, Kahlhoefer F, Scott P, Vincent AC, White Met al., 2021, CosmoBit: a GAMBIT module for computing cosmological observables and likelihoods, JOURNAL OF COSMOLOGY AND ASTROPARTICLE PHYSICS, ISSN: 1475-7516

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Buckley A, Kvellestad A, Raklev A, Scott P, Sparre JV, Van den Abeele J, Vazquez-Holm IAet al., 2020, Xsec: the cross-section evaluation code, EUROPEAN PHYSICAL JOURNAL C, Vol: 80, ISSN: 1434-6044

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Abdallah W, AbdusSalam S, Ahmadov A, Ahriche A, Alguero G, Allanach BC, Araz JY, Arbey A, Arina C, Athron P, Bagnaschi E, Bai Y, Baker MJ, Balazs C, Barducci D, Bechtle P, Bharucha A, Buckley A, Butterworth J, Cai H, Campagnari C, Cesarotti C, Chrzaszcz M, Coccaro A, Conte E, Cornell JM, Corpe LD, Danninger M, Darme L, Deandrea A, Desai N, Dillon B, Doglioni C, Dolan MJ, Dutta J, Ellis JR, Ellis S, Feickert M, Fernandez N, Fichet S, Flacke T, Fuks B, Geiser A, Genest M-H, Ghalsasi A, Gonzalo T, Goodsell M, Gori S, Gras P, Greljo A, Guadagnoli D, Heinemeyer S, Heinrich LA, Heisig J, Hong DK, Hryn'ova T, Huitu K, Ilten P, Ismail A, Jueid A, Kahlhoefer F, Kalinowski J, Kamenik JF, Kar D, Kats Y, Khosa CK, Khoze V, Klingl T, Ko P, Kong K, Kotlarski W, Kraemer M, Kraml S, Kulkarni S, Kvellestad A, Lange C, Lassila-Perini K, Lee SJ, Lessa A, Liu Z, Lloret Iglesias L, Lorenz JM, MacDonell D, Mahmoudi F, Mamuzic J, Marini AC, Markowitz P, Ruiz del Arbol PM, Miller D, Mitsou VA, Moretti S, Nardecchia M, Neshatpour S, Dao TN, Osland P, Owen PH, Panella O, Pankov A, Park M, Porod W, Price DD, Prosper H, Raklev A, Reuter J, Reyes-Gonzalez H, Rizzo T, Robens T, Rojo J, Rosiek JA, Ruchayskiy O, Sanz V, Schmidt-Hoberg K, Scott P, Sekmen S, Sengupta D, Sexton-Kennedy E, Shao H-S, Shin S, Silvestrini L, Singh R, Sinha S, Sonneveld J, Stefaniak T, Soreq Y, Stark GH, Thaler J, Torre R, Torrente-Lujan E, Unel G, Vignaroli N, Waltenberger W, Wardle N, Watt G, Weiglein G, White MJ, Williamson SL, Wittbrodt J, Wu L, Wunsch S, You T, Zhang Y, Zurita Jet al., 2020, Reinterpretation of LHC results for new physics: status and recommendations after run 2, SCIPOST PHYSICS, Vol: 9, ISSN: 2542-4653

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Kvellestad A, Scott P, White M, 2020, GAMBIT and its application in the search for physics Beyond the Standard Model, PROGRESS IN PARTICLE AND NUCLEAR PHYSICS, Vol: 113, ISSN: 0146-6410

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Hoof S, Kahlhoefer F, Scott P, Weniger C, White Met al., 2019, Axion global fits with Peccei-Quinn symmetry breaking before inflation using GAMBIT (vol 03, 191, 2019), JOURNAL OF HIGH ENERGY PHYSICS, ISSN: 1029-8479

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Camargo-Molina JE, Markkanen T, Scott P, 2019, Dark energy without fine tuning, The Journal of High Energy Physics, Vol: 44, Pages: 1-14, ISSN: 1029-8479

We present a two-field model that realises inflation and the observed density of dark energy today, whilst solving the fine-tuning problems inherent in quintessence models. One field acts as the inflaton, generically driving the other to a saddle-point of the potential, from which it acts as a quintessence field following electroweak symmetry breaking. The model exhibits essentially no sensitivity to the initial value of the quintessence field, naturally suppresses its interactions with other fields, and automatically endows it with a small effective mass in the late Universe. The magnitude of dark energy today is fixed by the height of the saddle point in the potential, which is dictated entirely by the scale of electroweak symmetry breaking.

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Athron P, Balazs C, Buckley A, Cornell JM, Danninger M, Farmer B, Fowlie A, Gonzalo TE, Harz J, Jackson P, Kudzman-Blais R, Kvellestad A, Martinez GD, Petridis A, Raklev A, Rogan C, Scott P, Sharma A, White M, Zhang Yet al., 2019, Combined collider constraints on neutralinos and charginos, Publisher: SPRINGER

Working paper

Hoof S, Kahlhoefer F, Scott P, Weniger C, White Met al., 2019, Axion global fits with Peccei-Quinn symmetry breaking before inflation using GAMBIT, JOURNAL OF HIGH ENERGY PHYSICS, ISSN: 1029-8479

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Athron P, Balazs C, Beniwal A, Bloor S, Camargo-Molina JE, Cornell JM, Farmer B, Fowlie A, Gonzalo TE, Kahlhoefer F, Kvellestad A, Martinez GD, Scott P, Vincent AC, Wild S, White M, Williams AGet al., 2019, Global analyses of Higgs portal singlet dark matter models using GAMBIT, Publisher: SPRINGER

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Athron P, Cornell JM, Kahlhoefer F, McKay J, Scott P, Wild Set al., 2018, Impact of vacuum stability, perturbativity and XENON1T on global fits of Z(2) and Z(3) scalar singlet dark matter, European Physical Journal C: Particles and Fields, Vol: 78, ISSN: 1434-6044

Scalar singlet dark matter is one of the simplest and most predictive realisations of the WIMP (weakly-interacting massive particle) idea. Although the model is constrained from all directions by the latest experimental data, it still has viable regions of parameter space. Another compelling aspect of scalar singlets is their ability to stabilise the electroweak vacuum. Indeed, models of scalar dark matter are not low-energy effective theories, but can be valid all the way to the Planck scale. Using the GAMBIT framework, we present the first global fit to include both the low-energy experimental constraints and the theoretical constraints from UV physics, considering models with a scalar singlet charged under either a Z2 or a Z3 symmetry. We show that if the model is to satisfy all experimental constraints, completely stabilise the electroweak vacuum up to high scales, and also remain perturbative to those scales, one is driven to a relatively small region of parameter space. This region has a Higgs-portal coupling slightly less than 1, a dark matter mass of 1–2 TeV and a spin-independent nuclear scattering cross-section around 10−45cm2 .

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Clark HA, Scott P, Trotta R, Lewis GFet al., 2018, Dark matter substructure cannot explain properties of the Fermi Galactic Centre excess, Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics, Vol: 2018, ISSN: 1475-7516

An excess of gamma rays has been identified at the centre of the Milky Way, and annihilation of dark matter has been posited as a potential source. This hypothesis faces significant challenges: difficulty characterizing astrophysical backgrounds, the need for a non-trivial adiabatic contraction of the inner part of the Milky Way's dark matter halo, and recent observations of photon clustering, which suggest that the majority of the excess is due to unresolved point sources. Here we point out that the apparent point-like nature of the emission rules out the dark matter interpretation of the excess entirely. Attempting to model the emission with dark matter point sources either worsens the problem with the inner slope, requires an unrealistically large minihalo fraction toward the Galactic Centre, or overproduces the observed emission at higher latitudes.

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McKay J, Scott P, 2018, Two-loop mass splittings in electroweak multiplets: Winos and minimal dark matter, Physical Review D, Vol: 97, ISSN: 2470-0010

© 2018 authors. The radiatively-induced splitting of masses in electroweak multiplets is relevant for both collider phenomenology and dark matter. Precision two-loop corrections of O(MeV) to the triplet mass splitting in the wino limit of the minimal supersymmetric standard model can affect particle lifetimes by up to 40%. We improve on previous two-loop self-energy calculations for the wino model by obtaining consistent input parameters to the calculation via two-loop renormalization-group running, and including the effect of finite light quark masses. We also present the first two-loop calculation of the mass splitting in an electroweak fermionic quintuplet, corresponding to the viable form of minimal dark matter (MDM). We place significant constraints on the lifetimes of the charged and doubly-charged fermions in this model. We find that the two-loop mass splittings in the MDM quintuplet are not constant in the large-mass limit, as might naively be expected from the triplet calculation. This is due to the influence of the additional heavy fermions in loop corrections to the gauge boson propagators.

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McKay J, Scott P, 2018, Two-loop mass splittings in electroweak multiplets: Winos and minimal dark matter, PHYSICAL REVIEW D, Vol: 97, ISSN: 2470-0010

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Athron P, Balazs C, Bringmann T, Buckley A, Chrzaszcz M, Conrad J, Cornell JM, Dal LA, Dickinson H, Edsjo J, Farmer B, Gonzalo TE, Jackson P, Krislock A, Kvellestad A, Lundberg J, Mckay J, Mahmoudi F, Martinez GD, Putze A, Raklev A, Ripken J, Rogan C, Saavedra A, Savage C, Scott P, Seo S-H, Serra N, Weniger C, White M, Wild Set al., 2018, GAMBIT: the global and modular beyond-the-standard-model inference tool, EUROPEAN PHYSICAL JOURNAL C, Vol: 78, ISSN: 1434-6044

In Ref. (GAMBIT Collaboration: Athron et. al., Eur. Phys. J. C. arXiv:1705.07908, 2017) we introduced the global-fitting framework GAMBIT. In this addendum, we describe a new minor version increment of this package. GAMBIT 1.1 includes full support for Mathematica backends, which we describe in some detail here. As an example, we backend SUSYHD (Vega and Villadoro, JHEP 07:159, 2015), which calculates the mass of the Higgs boson in the MSSM from effective field theory. We also describe updated likelihoods in PrecisionBit and DarkBit, and updated decay data included in DecayBit.

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Athron P, Balazs C, Dal LA, Edsjo J, Farmer B, Gonzalo TE, Kvellestad A, McKay J, Putze A, Rogan C, Scott P, Weniger C, White Met al., 2018, SpecBit, DecayBit and PrecisionBit: GAMBIT modules for computing mass spectra, particle decay rates and precision observables, European Physical Journal C: Particles and Fields, Vol: 78, ISSN: 1434-6044

We present the GAMBIT modules SpecBit, DecayBit and PrecisionBit. Together they provide a new framework for linking publicly available spectrum generators, decay codes and other precision observable calculations in a physically and statistically consistent manner. This allows users to automatically run various combinations of existing codes as if they are a single package. The modular design allows software packages fulfilling the same role to be exchanged freely at runtime, with the results presented in a common format that can easily be passed to downstream dark matter, collider and flavour codes. These modules constitute an essential part of the broader GAMBIT framework, a major new software package for performing global fits. In this paper we present the observable calculations, data, and likelihood functions implemented in the three modules, as well as the conventions and assumptions used in interfacing them with external codes. We also present 3-BIT-HIT, a command-line utility for computing mass spectra, couplings, decays and precision observables in the MSSM, which shows how the three modules can easily be used independently of GAMBIT.

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Scott P, 2018, Global analyses of supersymmetry with GAMBIT, Proceedings of the 53rd Rencontres de Moriond - 2018 QCD and High Energy Interactions, Pages: 155-158

I provide a brief summary of the status of supersymmetric models with parameters defined at either the unification or weak scale, based on global fits using the GAMBIT framework.

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Athron P, Balazs C, Bringmann T, Buckley A, Chrzaszcz M, Conrad J, Cornell JM, Dal LA, Edsjo J, Farmer B, Jackson P, Krislock A, Kvellestad A, Mahmoudi F, Martinez GD, Putze A, Raklev A, Rogan C, Saavedra A, Savage C, Scott P, Serra N, Weniger C, White Met al., 2017, A global fit of the MSSM with GAMBIT, European Physical Journal C: Particles and Fields, Vol: 77, ISSN: 1434-6044

We study the seven-dimensional Minimal Supersymmetric Standard Model (MSSM7) with the new GAMBIT software framework, with all parameters defined at the weak scale. Our analysis significantly extends previous weak-scale, phenomenological MSSM fits, by adding more and newer experimental analyses, improving the accuracy and detail of theoretical predictions, including dominant uncertainties from the Standard Model, the Galactic dark matter halo and the quark content of the nucleon, and employing novel and highly-efficient statistical sampling methods to scan the parameter space. We find regions of the MSSM7 that exhibit co-annihilation of neutralinos with charginos, stops and sbottoms, as well as models that undergo resonant annihilation via both light and heavy Higgs funnels. We find high-likelihood models with light charginos, stops and sbottoms that have the potential to be within the future reach of the LHC. Large parts of our preferred parameter regions will also be accessible to the next generation of direct and indirect dark matter searches, making prospects for discovery in the near future rather good.

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Bringmann T, Conrad J, Cornell JM, Dal LA, Edsjo J, Farmer B, Kahlhoefer F, Kvellestad A, Putze A, Savage C, Scott P, Weniger C, White M, Wild Set al., 2017, DarkBit: a GAMBIT module for computing dark matter observables and likelihoods, European Physical Journal C: Particles and Fields, Vol: 77, ISSN: 1434-6044

We introduce DarkBit, an advanced software code for computing dark matter constraints on various extensions to the Standard Model of particle physics, comprising both new native code and interfaces to external packages. This release includes a dedicated signal yield calculator for gamma-ray observations, which significantly extends current tools by implementing a cascade-decay Monte Carlo, as well as a dedicated likelihood calculator for current and future experiments (gamLike). This provides a general solution for studying complex particle physics models that predict dark matter annihilation to a multitude of final states. We also supply a direct detection package that models a large range of direct detection experiments (DDCalc), and that provides the corresponding likelihoods for arbitrary combinations of spin-independent and spin-dependent scattering processes. Finally, we provide custom relic density routines along with interfaces to DarkSUSY, micrOMEGAs, and the neutrino telescope likelihood package nulike. DarkBit is written in the framework of the Global And Modular Beyond the Standard Model Inference Tool (GAMBIT), providing seamless integration into a comprehensive statistical fitting framework that allows users to explore new models with both particle and astrophysics constraints, and a consistent treatment of systematic uncertainties. In this paper we describe its main functionality, provide a guide to getting started quickly, and show illustrative examples for results obtained with DarkBit (both as a stand-alone tool and as a GAMBIT module). This includes a quantitative comparison between two of the main dark matter codes (DarkSUSY and micrOMEGAs), and application of DarkBit ’s advanced direct and indirect detection routines to a simple effective dark matter model.

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Collaboration TGAMBIT, Athron P, Balázs C, Bringmann T, Buckley A, Chrząszcz M, Conrad J, Cornell JM, Dal LA, Edsjö J, Farmer B, Jackson P, Krislock A, Kvellestad A, Mahmoudi F, Martinez GD, Putze A, Raklev A, Rogan C, Austri RRD, Saavedra A, Savage C, Scott P, Serra N, Weniger C, White Met al., 2017, Global fits of GUT-scale SUSY models with GAMBIT, The European Physical Journal C - Particles and Fields, Vol: 77, ISSN: 1434-6044

We present the most comprehensive global fits to date of three supersymmetricmodels motivated by grand unification: the Constrained Minimal SupersymmetricStandard Model (CMSSM), and its Non-Universal Higgs Mass generalisations NUHM1and NUHM2. We include likelihoods from a number of direct and indirect darkmatter searches, a large collection of electroweak precision and flavourobservables, direct searches for supersymmetry at LEP and Runs I and II of theLHC, and constraints from Higgs observables. Our analysis improves on existingresults not only in terms of the number of included observables, but also inthe level of detail with which we treat them, our sampling techniques forscanning the parameter space, and our treatment of nuisance parameters. We showthat stau co-annihilation is now ruled out in the CMSSM at more than 95\%confidence. Stop co-annihilation turns out to be one of the most promisingmechanisms for achieving an appropriate relic density of dark matter in allthree models, whilst avoiding all other constraints. We find high-likelihoodregions of parameter space featuring light stops and charginos, making thempotentially detectable in the near future at the LHC. We also show thattonne-scale direct detection will play a largely complementary role, probinglarge parts of the remaining viable parameter space, including essentially allmodels with multi-TeV neutralinos.

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Balazs C, Buckley A, Dal LA, Farmer B, Jackson P, Krislock A, Kvellestad A, Murnane D, Putze A, Raklev A, Rogan C, Saavedra A, Scott P, Weniger C, White Met al., 2017, ColliderBit: a GAMBIT module for the calculation of high-energy collider observables and likelihoods, European Physical Journal C: Particles and Fields, Vol: 77, ISSN: 1434-6044

We describe ColliderBit, a new code for the calculationof high energy collider observables in theories ofphysics beyond the Standard Model (BSM). ColliderBit featuresa generic interface to BSM models, a unique parallelisedMonte Carlo event generation scheme suitable for large-scalesupercomputer applications, and a number of LHC analyses,covering a reasonable range of the BSM signatures currentlysought by ATLAS and CMS. ColliderBit also calculates likelihoodsfor Higgs sector observables, and LEP searches forBSM particles. These features are provided by a combinationof new code unique to ColliderBit, and interfaces to existingstate-of-the-art public codes. ColliderBit is both an importantpart of the GAMBIT framework for BSM inference, anda standalone tool for efficiently applying collider constraintsto theories of new physics.

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Bernlochner FU, Chrzaszcz M, Dal LA, Farmer B, Jackson P, Kvellestad A, Mahmoudi F, Putze A, Rogan C, Scott P, Serra N, Weniger C, White Met al., 2017, FlavBit: A GAMBIT module for computing flavour observables and likelihoods, European Physical Journal C: Particles and Fields, Vol: 77, ISSN: 1434-6044

Flavour physics observables are excellent probes of new physics up to veryhigh energy scales. Here we present FlavBit, the dedicated flavour physicsmodule of the global-fitting package GAMBIT. FlavBit includes customimplementations of various likelihood routines for a wide range of flavourobservables, including detailed uncertainties and correlations associated withLHCb measurements of rare, leptonic and semileptonic decays of B and D mesons,kaons and pions. It provides a generalised interface to external theory codessuch as SuperIso, allowing users to calculate flavour observables in and beyondthe Standard Model, and then test them in detail against all relevantexperimental data. We describe FlavBit and its constituent physics in somedetail, then give examples from supersymmetry and effective field theoryillustrating how it can be used both as a standalone library for flavourphysics, and within GAMBIT.

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