Inclusive search for Squark / Gluino production at CDF

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Inclusive search for Squark / Gluino production at CDF

Gianluca De Lorenzo

(on behalf of the CDF collaboration)

Madison, WI

Pheno 2007 Symposium

> 2 fb-1 already on tape!

this analysis based on ~1.1 fb-1

(data collected up to september 2006)

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- transforms fermions into bosons and vice versa.
- provides a framework for the unification including gravity.
- explains the gauge hierarchy with the exact cancellation between fermion & boson loops for Higgs.
- if R-parity conservation is assumed SUSY particles must be produced in pairs and the Lightest Supersymmetric Particle (LSP) is stable.
- LSP is a promising candidate for the dark matter.

RP = +1 (particles)

RP = -1 (s-particles)

RP = (-1)3(B-L)+2s

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- The SUSY breaking is gravity mediated.
- Only five free parameters: the values of all the other SUSY parameters are derived with RGEs down to TeV scale
- The LSP is the neutralino →

mSUGRA signature: gluinos & squarks decaying in energetic jets + missing ET (LSP)

mSUGRA parameters

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A0 = 0 -- tanb = 5 -- m < 0

R parity conservation assumed; four 2→2 sub-processes:

gluino - gluino (and cc)

gluino - squark

squark - squark (and cc)

squark - antisquark

third squark generation removed (no stop, no sbottom).

MC samples generated using ISASUGRA in PYTHIA 6.216

different sub-processes normalized to NLO according to PROSPINO

PDF CTEQ6.1M

renormalization-factorization scale:

s

m → Mg or Mq or ½(Mg+Mq)

mSUGRA generation: grid of MC samples, generated for different values of gluino-squark masses

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- QCD processes:
- missing ET due to jet energy mismeasurement
- MC events generated with PYTHIA
- MC samples normalized to data in a low-missing ET region

SM cross sections bigger than SUSY up to a factor of108

- bosons and t-tbar decays:
- missing ET mainly due to undetected neutrinos/muons or to electrons mis-identified as jets

- dibosons:
- MC events generated with PYTHIA
- MC samples normalized to the MCFM NLO cross section

- W→ln+jets, Z→ll+jets and Z→nn+jets:
- exclusive n-parton samples generated with ALPGEN; parton shower from PYTHIA.
- samples matched with MLM method and normalized to the inclusive D/Y cross section

- t-tbar decays:
- MC events generated with PYTHIA
- mt = 172 GeV/c2
- MC samples normalized to the theoretical cross section sttbar= 7.3 pb

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TRIGGER

- trigger selection requires missing ET above 35 GeV and at least 2 jets

Cleanup Cuts

- minimum number of 3 jets per event with ET>25GeV and |h|<2
- at least one central jet with |h|<1.1
- minimum missing ET of 70 GeV
- set of basic cuts to avoid beam halo and cosmics contamination

QCD rejection

- |Df (missingET-jets)| > 0.7 to avoid events where the missing ET is due to jet energy mismeasurement.

W/Z+jets and diboson rejection

- EMF of the jets less than 90% to reject electrons mis-identified as jets
- |Df (missingET-isotrack)| > 0.7 to reject events with MET due to undetected muons
- reject events when two isolated tracks have invariant mass close to the Z mass [76GeV,106GeV]

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- further background reduction obtained selecting on five different variables:
- ET(jet1), ET(jet2), ET(jet3)
- missing ET
- HT = ET(jet1) + ET(jet2) + ET(jet3)

- The thresholds are optimized in order to maximize the signal over background separation (based on S/√B)
- Three different set of cuts are defined with increasing gluino mass to enhance the sensitivity: the three sets define three different signal regions A, B and C.

signal regions definition

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QCD dominated sample:|Df (missingET-jets)|cut is reversedto enhance the QCD contribution.

electrons dominated sample:EMF cut reversed to enhance the electron related contributions (non-QCD bkg).

muons dominated sample: cut on the isolated tracks reversed to enhance muon related contributions (non-QCD bkg).

good agreement between data and SM MonteCarlo

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good agreement data-SM prediction

number of selected events

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no evidence of SUSY has been found→→→extract EXCLUSION LIMIT

- event details:
- missing ET = 196GeV
- ET(jet1) = 236GeV, ET(jet2) = 150GeV, ET(jet3) = 84GeV
- HT = 470GeV

h-fview of the calorimeter

CDF transverse view

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Jet Energy scale: the dominant source of systematics is the ± ~3% uncertainty on the absolute jet energy scale (JES) that translates into a 10% (20%) uncertainty on the signal (background); it represents, on average, the 80% of the total systematics.

Other systematics for SIGNAL...

Renormalization/factorization scale: the nominal m value varied to ½m and 2m in the NLO PROSPINO calculation. (0.5% uncert. on efficiency)

PDF: Hessian method to estimate the uncertainty due to the choice of the PDF in the PROSPINO calculation. (2% uncert. on eff.)

ISR/FSR: ISR and FSR varied in a controlled way. (4% uncert. on eff.)

Other systematics for BACKGROUND...

Top: 10% PDF uncertainty from theory, renormalization uncertainty negligible, ISR/FSR estimated as for the signal.

Z/W+jets: 2% global uncertainty on the inclusive cross section.

diboson: 10% PDF + renormalization uncertainty from theoretical calculation.

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- limit curves obtained with a bayesian approach at 95% C.L.
- We include the statistical and all the systematic uncertainties in the limit calculation.
- Correlation between Signal and Background uncertainties are also considered.

- The mass limit is placed at the crossing between the NLO cross section and the observed limit curves.
- For Mg~Mq we exclude up to 380 GeV/c2.
- The yellow band indicates the theoretical systematics on the NLO cross section. (25-35% uncertainty on average)
- the expected limit is also shown (dashed line).

the systematic uncertainties on the NLO signal cross section are included in the limit calculation(limit with theor. uncert. excluded also calculated...)

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For nominal cross section: observed limit of ~380 GeV/c2when Mg ~ Mq .

Mg <230 GeV/c2 excluded in any case.

4-jets analysis on going to improve the sensitivity in the region Mq>>Mg.

theoretical uncertainties on the NLO cross section included

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theoretical uncertainties on the NLO cross section excluded

- theoretical uncertainties on signal NLO cross section not included in the limit calculation.
- the red region is the 95% C.L. excluded zone
- yellow band represents the effect of the theoretical uncertainties on the excluded zone.

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- CDF Run II has found no evidence of Squarks and Gluinos in 1.1 fb-1 of data.
- Mg below 230 GeV/c2 is excluded at 95% C.L. in the mSUGRA scenario (A0 = 0, tanb = 5, m < 0).
- When Mg~Mq, masses below 380 GeV/c2 are excluded at 95% C.L.
- 4-jets analysis ongoing and more than 2 fb-1 ready to be analyzed: stay tuned for further updates!

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