July 25, 2007 to August 1, 2007
Karlsruhe University
Europe/Zurich timezone

Sweet Spot Supersymmetry

Jul 30, 2007, 3:40 PM
Gaede-Auditorium (Karlsruhe University)


Karlsruhe University

Wolfgang-Gaede-Str. 1 76131 Karlsruhe Germany
Parallel Talk Colliders - Susy Phenomenology Colliders - Susy Phenomenology 7 (Theory)


Dr Masahiro Ibe (Stanford Linear Accelerator center)


We explain that there is a sweet spot in between the gauge and gravity mediated supersymmetry breaking scenario where the theory is perfectly consistent with various requirements. At the sweet spot, all the classic problems, such as the supersymmetric flavor/CP problem and the mu-problem are solved. The observed dark matter can be explained by the gravitino (with mass O(1) GeV) produced by the decay of the singlet field which is inevitable for supersymmetry breaking. We also explain that this "sweet spot" predicts a characteristic spectrum of supersymmetric particles, that is light scalar tau lepton and light higgs fermion. We also discuss in characteristic signatures and a strategy for confirmation of this class of theories at the LHC experiments.

Primary authors

Dr Masahiro Ibe (Stanford Linear Accelerator center) Dr Ryuichiro Kitano (Stanford Linear Accelerator center)

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