Aug 23 – 28, 2010
Bonn
Europe/Berlin timezone

Reconstruction of the cE6SSM parameters from LHC data.

Aug 23, 2010, 2:34 PM
15m
Wolfgang-Paul-HS (Bonn)

Wolfgang-Paul-HS

Bonn

Nussallee 12

Speaker

Dr Peter Athron (TU Dresden)

Description

The constrained Exceptional Supersymmetric Standard Model (cE6SSM) is an E6 inspired model, where the matter content fills three generations of E6 multiplets at low energies (predicting exciting exotic matter such as diquarks or leptoquarks) and has a universal scalar mass m0 , trilinear mass A and gaugino mass M1/2 at the GUT scale. If some or all of these particles are discovered at the LHC we will want to perform cE6SSM hypothesis tests and/or reconstruct the fundamental cE6SSM parameters from our low energy data. It is therefore important that a link between the GUT scale parameters and the physics at low energies is made. We will review phenomenological predictions of the model, present typical mass spectra which may be observed and provide important corrections which have previously been neglected, specifically individual sparticle threshold corrections to dimensionless couplings, and discuss the impact they have.

Primary author

Dr Peter Athron (TU Dresden)

Co-authors

Mr Alexander Voigt (TU Dresden) Prof. Dominik Stockinger (TU Dresden)

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