Here is a list of information relevant to our supersymmetry studies at the University of Colorado:

First, a couple of pictures:

- A drawing of what the NLC (Next Linear Collider may look like
- A picture of what the NLD (NLC Detector) may look like

- The Snowmass Theory Group Summary
- The Snowmass Supersymmetry Group Study
- Recently The American Working Group has written an excellent report describing why a Linear Collider is an excellent avenue with which to study thePhysics Beyond The Standard Model. It is good reading. Get it here.
- A slide of a cross section of standard model processes, which provide background for our simulation studies
- A slide of the SUGRA supersymmetry parameters, as defined at Snowmass '96
- A slide of supersymmetric particle masses, as determined by the above parameters
- Tables of cross-sections and branching ratios for the five NLC SUSY points studied at Snowmass '96 (or get the PDF version). These tables were obtained using ISAJET/ISASUSY 7.57.
- Tables of cross-sections and branching ratios for the three NLC SUSY points we studied at Snowmass '01 (or get the PDF version). These tables were obtained using ISAJET/ISASUSY 7.58.
- Recently at the ECFA/DESY April 2002 Saint-Malo meeting, based on work at Snowmass '01 and present experimental limits, a new set of 9 benchmarks were established to serve as SUSY study points. We have here New Tables of cross sections and branching ratios. (You can also get the PDF version). All these tables were obtained using ISAJET/ISASUSY 7.58.
- ISAJET has improved its Renormalization Group Equations (ISAJET 7.69) and this has led to changes in the mass values of the Supersymmetric particles for Snowmass '01 benchmarks. We have generated the new masses, cross sections and branching ratios and they are here in ps format and here in pdf format.
- A new benchmark has been developed for the ILC detectors. One of them is the case where the stau is highly degenerate with the neutralino. We present the supersymmetric masses, cross sections and branching ratios for this case here. This is point 3 in Table 1 of hep-ex/0603010. here in ps format and here in pdf format.

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