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Dark Portals: from simplified models to motivated theoretical embeddings
(University of Goettingen)
Aula Seminari (LNF)
Via Enrico Fermi, 40
00044 Frascati (Roma)
The main Features of the phenomenology of WIMP dark matter candidates, as well a broad range of related processes testable at collider, can be described by simple Extension of the Standard Model by a DM candidate and a mediator of its interactions. I will show, mainly focusing on the case of fermionic DM with spin 1 mediator, how combining constraints from different dark matter search strategies can provide hints on the structure of These theories. I will also discuss possible theoretical embeddings of These simplified Setups and how current constraints and future Signals can be used to discriminate different theoretical Frameworks.