First results on dark matter and new physics from GAMBIT
Pat Scott, Imperial College London
I will give an introduction to GAMBIT, the Global and Modular Beyond-the-Standard Inference Tool, focussing on the Beyond-the-Standard-Model science programme currently being pursued with it. This includes indirect searches for dark matter with gamma-rays and neutrinos, direct searches with a range of underground experiments, cosmological constraints, associated searches for new particles at the LHC and in flavour experiments, and precision tests of the Standard Model. I will present the latest combined constraints on singlet Higgs-portal dark matter, and on GUT-scale and weak-scale parameterisations of supersymmetry. I will also briefly discuss GAMBIT extensions on the near horizon.
(The slides will be available here)