# susy breakingRecently Published Documents

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2021 ◽
Vol 104 (9) ◽
Author(s):
Gongjun Choi ◽
Ryusuke Jinno ◽
Tsutomu T. Yanagida
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2021 ◽
Vol 2021 (10) ◽
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Abstract We develop a model of sneutrino inflation that is charged under U(1)B−L gauge symmetry, in no-scale supergravity framework. The model provides an interesting modification of tribrid inflation. We impose U(1)R symmetry on the renormalizable level while allow Planck suppressed non-renormalizable operators that break R-symmetry. This plays a crucial role in realizing a Starobinsly-like inflation scenario from one hand. On the other hand it plays an essential role, as well as SUSY breaking effects, in deriving the tiny neutrino masses via TeV inverse seesaw mechanism. Thus, we provide an interpretation for the extremely small value of the μS mass parameter required for inverse seesaw mechanism. We discuss a reheating scenario and possible constraints on the model parameter space in connection to neutrino masses.

2021 ◽
Vol 2021 (9) ◽
Author(s):
Igor Broeckel ◽
Michele Cicoli ◽
Anshuman Maharana ◽
Kajal Singh ◽
Kuver Sinha
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2021 ◽
Vol 81 (9) ◽
Author(s):
Constantinos Pallis
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AbstractNew realizations of the gravity-mediated SUSY breaking are presented consistently with an R symmetry. We employ monomial superpotential terms for the hidden-sector (goldstino) superfield and Kähler potentials parameterizing compact or non-compact Kähler manifolds. Their scalar curvature may be systematically related to the R charge of the goldstino so that Minkowski solutions without fine tuning are achieved. A mild violation of the R symmetry by a higher order term in the Kähler potentials allows for phenomenologically acceptable masses for the R axion. In all cases, non-vanishing soft SUSY-breaking parameters are obtained and a solution to the $$\mu$$ μ problem of MSSM may be accommodated by conveniently applying the Giudice–Masiero mechanism.

2021 ◽
Vol 2021 (8) ◽
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Abstract We investigate supersymmetry (SUSY) breaking scenarios where both SUSY and Lorentz symmetry are broken spontaneously. For concreteness, we propose models in which scalar fluid or vector condensation breaks Lorentz symmetry and accordingly SUSY. Then, we examine whether such scenarios are viable for realistic model buildings. We find, however, that the scalar fluid model suffers from several issues. Then, we extend it to a vector condensation model, which avoids the issues in the scalar fluid case. We show that accelerated expansion and soft SUSY breaking in matter sector can be achieved. In our simple setup, the soft SUSY breaking is constrained to be less than $$\mathcal{O}(100)\mathrm{TeV}$$ O 100 TeV from the constraints on modification of gravity.

2021 ◽
pp. 526-534
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2021 ◽
Vol 2021 (6) ◽
Author(s):
Jianpeng Dai ◽
Tao Liu ◽
Jin Min Yang
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Abstract Pseudo-goldstinos appear in the scenario of multi-sector SUSY breaking. Unlike the true goldstino which is massless and absorbed by the gravitino, pseudo-goldstinos could obtain mass from radiative effects. In this note, working in the scenario of two-sector SUSY breaking with gauge mediation, we explicitly calculate the pseudo-goldstino mass at the leading three-loop level and provide the analytical results after performing Taylor expansions in the loop integrals. In our calculation we consider the general case of messenger masses (not necessarily equal) and include the higher order terms of SUSY breaking scales. Our results can reproduce the numerical value estimated previously at the leading order of SUSY breaking scales with the assumption of equal messenger masses. It turns out that the results are very sensitive to the ratio of messenger masses, while the higher order terms of SUSY breaking scales are rather small in magnitude. Depending on the ratio of messenger masses, the pseudo-goldstino mass can be as low as $$\mathcal{O}$$ O (0.1) GeV.

2021 ◽
Vol 2021 (5) ◽
Author(s):
Gong jun Choi ◽
Tsutomu T. Yanagida ◽
Norimi Yokozaki
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Abstract By extending a previously proposed conformal gauge mediation model, we construct a gauge-mediated SUSY breaking (GMSB) model where a SUSY-breaking scale, a messenger mass, the μ-parameter and the gravitino mass in a minimal supersymmetric (SUSY) Standard Model (MSSM) are all explained by a single mass scale, a R-symmetry breaking scale. We focus on a low scale SUSY-breaking scenario with the gravitino mass m3/2 = $$\mathcal{O}(1)\mathrm{eV}$$ O 1 eV , which is free from the cosmological gravitino problem and relaxes the fine-tuning of the cosmological constant. Both the messenger and SUSY-breaking sectors are subject to a hidden strong dynamics with the conformality above the messenger mass threshold (and hence the name of the model “strongly interacting conformal gauge mediation”). In our model, the Higgs B-term is suppressed and a large tan β is predicted, resulting in the relatively light second CP-even Higgs and the CP-odd Higgs with a sizable production cross section. These Higgs bosons can be tested at future LHC experiments.

2021 ◽
Vol 2021 (4) ◽
Author(s):
Yaşar Hiçyılmaz
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Abstract We show that in the CMSSM with the non-holomorphic soft SUSY breaking terms, the Yukawa coupling unification of the third family fermions at the GUT scale, called t − b − τ Yukawa unification (YU), is possible under the recent collider and Dark Matter results. The YU parameter can also be found Rtbτ≈ 1, called perfect unification. We find that the squark masses exceed 3 TeV while the stau can be considerably lighter. In the case of YU, the tan β is in the interval [46,55]. We obtain bino-like dark matter (DM) of mass in the range of 0.6 TeV ≲ $${m}_{\upchi_1^0}$$ m χ 1 0 ≲ 1.3 TeV where the recent Dark Matter direct detection limits are also satisfied. We also identify A-resonance solutions which reduce the relic abundance of LSP neutralino down to the ranges compatible with the current Planck measurements.

2021 ◽
Vol 2021 (4) ◽
Author(s):
Gong jun Choi ◽
Tsutomu T. Yanagida ◽
Norimi Yokozaki
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Abstract A keV-scale gravitino arising from a minimal supersymmetric (SUSY) Standard Model (MSSM) is an interesting possibility since the small scale problems that the ΛCDM model encounters in the modern cosmology could be alleviated with the keV-scale gravitino serving as the warm dark matter (WDM). Such a light gravitino asks for a low scale supersymmetry (SUSY) breaking for which the gauge mediation (GM) is required as a consistent SUSY-breaking mediation mechanism. In this paper, we show upper bounds of the masses of the second CP-even Higgs boson H and the CP-odd Higgs boson A, assuming the keV-scale gravitino to be responsible for the current DM relic abundance: the upper bound on the mass of H/A is found to be ∼ 4 TeV for the gravitino mass of $$\mathcal{O}\left(10-100\right)$$ O 10 − 100 keV. Interestingly, the mass of H/A can be as small as 2–3 TeV and the predicted tan β is as large as 55–60 for the gravitino mass of $$\mathcal{O}(10)$$ O 10 keV. This will be tested in the near future Large Hadron Collider (LHC) experiments.