Dirac Gauginos

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'''Dirac Gauginos:'''
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'''DIRAC GAUGINOS:'''
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List of topics is below, please sign your name up to the projects you are interested in:
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* Monte Carlo implementation: cross-check of the current MG/ME and CalcHEP implementations, implementation into FeynRules (Adam)
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Please sign your name and email address up to the projects you are interested in.
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* Benchmarks:
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Adam Martin
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- low mass point, essentially a Diracified version of the SPSXX points. Attempt to match/maximize the rates. Aim for largest differences between Dirac and Majorana gauginos.
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- other points, more UV-theory driven?
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* Determining Majorana vs. Dirac character of gauginos: Possible techniques/ideas can be found in
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Tuhin S Roy(tuhin.AT.uoregon.edu)
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["http://arxiv.org/abs/0808.2410"] and ["http://arxiv.org/abs/0811.4445"]
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* Dirac gauginos and chargino NLSPs: ["http://arxiv.org/abs/0807.4936"] (Adam)
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Benjamin Fuks (fuks.AT.cern.ch)
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* Scalar adjoints (i.e sgluons) ["http://arxiv.org/abs/0810.3919"]
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Patrick Fox (pjfox.AT.fnal.gov)
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Conor  Henderson
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Graham Kribs
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Siba Prasad Das
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Renaud Bruneliere
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'''List of topics is below:
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'''
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* '''Monte Carlo implementation:''' cross-check of the current MG/ME and CalcHEP implementations, implementation into FeynRules
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(Adam, Tuhin, Claude, Benjamin, Patrick)
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* '''Benchmarks:'''
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== 1.) low mass point, essentially a Diracified version of the SPSXX points. Attempt to match/maximize the rates. Aim for largest differences between Dirac and Majorana gauginos.
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(Patrick, Benjamin)
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== 2.) high mass points: using unification to reduce the dimension of the parameter space.
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(Patrick, Tuhin, Benjamin)
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* '''Determining Majorana vs. Dirac character of gauginos:'''
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Possible techniques/ideas can be found in
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[http://arxiv.org/abs/0808.2410,"0808.2410"] and [http://arxiv.org/abs/0811.4445,"0811.4445"]
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* '''Dirac gauginos and chargino NLSPs:''' [http://arxiv.org/abs/0807.4936,"0807.4936"]
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(Adam, Tuhin)
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* '''Scalar adjoints (i.e sgluons)''' [http://arxiv.org/abs/0810.3919,"0810.3919"]
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* '''Looking at the signal into experiments and implementing benchmark points'''
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(Renaud for ATLAS)
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Feel free to add more ideas. Any questions, email [mailto:adam.martin@yale.edu, "adam.martin@yale.edu"]
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[mailto:tuhin@uoregon.edu, "tuhin@uoregon@yale.edu"]

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DIRAC GAUGINOS:


Please sign your name and email address up to the projects you are interested in.

Adam Martin

Tuhin S Roy(tuhin.AT.uoregon.edu)

Benjamin Fuks (fuks.AT.cern.ch)

Patrick Fox (pjfox.AT.fnal.gov)

Conor Henderson

Graham Kribs

Siba Prasad Das

Renaud Bruneliere



List of topics is below:

  • Monte Carlo implementation: cross-check of the current MG/ME and CalcHEP implementations, implementation into FeynRules

(Adam, Tuhin, Claude, Benjamin, Patrick)

  • Benchmarks:

== 1.) low mass point, essentially a Diracified version of the SPSXX points. Attempt to match/maximize the rates. Aim for largest differences between Dirac and Majorana gauginos.

(Patrick, Benjamin)

== 2.) high mass points: using unification to reduce the dimension of the parameter space.

(Patrick, Tuhin, Benjamin)

  • Determining Majorana vs. Dirac character of gauginos:

Possible techniques/ideas can be found in "0808.2410" and "0811.4445"

(Adam, Tuhin)

  • Looking at the signal into experiments and implementing benchmark points

(Renaud for ATLAS)

Feel free to add more ideas. Any questions, email "adam.martin@yale.edu" "tuhin@uoregon@yale.edu"

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