Searching for New Physics in Multilepton Events with the ATLAS Experiment
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Events with three or more prompt leptons are rare at hadron colliders. At the LHC, where high interaction energies and rates create extremely busy final states, such multilepton events are well suited as a probe for new physics beyond the Standard Model (BSM). Mike Hance describes some recent analyses from ATLAS based on multilepton signatures. In particular, focusing on new model-independent limits for anomalous production of multilepton events that can be used to test a variety of BSM scenarios.
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