SUSY Dark Matter with (g − 2)µ in the Triplet-extended Minimal Supersymmetric Standard Model
The recent measurement of the anomalous magnetic moment of the muon aμ = (g−2)μ/2 by the Muon g−2 collaboration has brought the deviation from the standard model (SM), Δaμ to 4.2σ. This result has been the motivation for several studies of different beyond the SM (BSM) theories for updating of model constraints. For supersymmetric phenomenological studies, the aμ calculation has been used as an experimental constraint to constrain model parameters and investigate collider signatures. In this work, we consider the Triplet-extended Minimal Supersymmetric Standard Model and perform a numerical scan of the model's parameter space to investigate viable benchmark points that satisfy experimental constraints from the Higgs mass measurement and Dark Matter direct detection observables.