August 28, 2011 to September 2, 2011
US/Central timezone
Slides available on Indico -- there are no formal proceedings

UV Complete Technicolor and Natural Low Scale Supersymmetry

Aug 28, 2011, 11:15 AM
E: West Wing, Wilson Hall 10NW

E: West Wing, Wilson Hall 10NW


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


In this talk, I will briefly review the mechanism of dynamical electroweak symmetry breaking, and show that a class of models that feature a supersymmetric UV completion and use this mechanism can produce a viable mass spectrum with no fine tuning. I will then present an explicit supersymmetric UV complete technicolor model able to pass the precision tests while producing a phenomenologically viable mass spectrum featuring a composite Higgs scalar. I will finally show that present experimental constraints favor supersymmetry at a scale of a few TeVs, and discuss the potential of LHC to observe signals predicted by this supersymmetric technicolor model.

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