Aug 23 – 28, 2010
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Minimal Super Conformal Technicolor at the LHC

Aug 26, 2010, 4:29 PM
Wolfgang-Paul-HS (Bonn)



Nussallee 12


Dr Stefano Di Chiara (CP3-Origins, Southern Denmark University)


We study the Minimal Super Conformal Technicolor (MSCT) in the perturbative regime and show that breaking electroweak symmetry solely by Higgs mechanism does not allow MSCT to satisfy the experimental constraints while retaining perturbativity at the LHC scale. We conclude that a dynamical contribution to electroweak symmetry breaking is necessary for the model to be possibly viable at the LHC.

Primary authors

Prof. Francesco Sannino (CP3-Origins, Southern Denmark University) Prof. Kimmo Tuominen (CP3-Origins, Southern Denmark University) Mr Matti Antola (University of Helsinki, HIP) Dr Stefano Di Chiara (CP3-Origins, Southern Denmark University)

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