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Part I: 3-sigma anomaly of W->tau nu decay in new physics beyond SM ----first clean hint of right-handed charge current? (hep-ph/0504123). 朱守华( Shou-hua Zhu) Peking University July 2005 @ Tsinghua Univ. 3-sigma anomaly of W->tau nu measurements Anomaly in 2HDM and MSSM

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Part I:

3-sigma anomaly of W->tau nu decay

in new physics beyond SM

----first clean hint of right-handed charge current?

(hep-ph/0504123)

朱守华(Shou-hua Zhu)

Peking University

July 2005 @ Tsinghua Univ.

3-sigma anomaly of W->tau nu measurements

Anomaly in 2HDM and MSSM

Anomaly indicates right-handed charge current?


Two destinations of puzzles

1: Puzzles stand for new dynamics

  • Speed of light as constant

  • - puzzle

  • Sun neutrino missing

2: Puzzles stand for ignorance (both theoretical and expt.)

  • CDF di-jet

  • Re() in K-system

  • b-inclusive production


ADL final

O prel.

Anomaly mainly comes from L3


3-sigma anomaly of W->tau measurements, hep-ex/0412015

New physics?


3-sigma anomaly of W->tau nu is especially interesting and important:

In SM involved is only pure left-handed charge current

Simpler kinematics and less hadronic uncertainties.


Possible explanations in new physics beyond the SM: important:

Oblique-type corrections -> NO!

Flavor-dependent interaction!

Satisfy neutral-current data (Z-decay) at O(0.1%)

Satisfy tau-> nu_tau l nu_l data

Tan(beta) enhancement flavor interactions

Higgs-fermion Yukawa couplings in 2HDM

Chargino(Neutrolino)-fermion couplings in MSSM

Positive!


2-Higgs doublet model (2HDM) important:

Negative except for near-degenerate Higgs mass case:

Lebedev etal., PRD62(2000)055014


MSSM important:

Use FeynArts, FormCalc, LoopTools to scan parameter space

In most cases, delta_new is negative

In all cases


Anomaly in 2HDM and MSSM important:

  • It is hard to account for anomaly in two models.

  • And it is even harder to account for both W anomaly

    and neutral data.


Anomalous left- and right-handed couplings important:

From W->tau nu_tau data:


Constraints from tau-decay data important:

Delta_L and Delta_R are constrainted by Michel parameters which can be extracted from energy spectrum of daughter letopn in tau->nu_tau l nu_l.

PDG(2004)


Allowed small regions at 95% CL important:

dR: 0-> 0.12

dL: 1-> 1.005


Anomalous left- and right-handed couplings for important:

3rd generation quark :

From B->X_s gamma measurements:

Re(dR)< 4 10-3 for Wtb

F. Larios etal., PLB457 (1999)334

|dR| 0.12 for W

?


Summary for 1st part (questions) important:

Is W->tau nu_tau 3-sigma anomaly the first clean signal for the existence of right-handed charge current?

How is this anomaly related to fermion mass generation (flavor physics)?

Will parity be restored at high energy?

Does anomaly indicate the non-universality of gauge interactions for different generation? X.Y. Li and E. Ma, PRL47, 1788(1981)


Part ii distinguishing split from te v normal susy at ilc hep ph 0407072 plb604 207 2004

Part II: important:Distinguishing Split from TeV (normal)SUSY at ILChep-ph/0407072, PLB604,207(2004)

朱守华

Shou-hua Zhu

Peking University

July 2005@ Tsinghua Univ.


Outline
Outline important:

Why Split SUSY (SS)?

How to distinguish SS from TeV SUSY?

Chargino pair production at Linear colliders

Summary


Why split susy i

Naturalness problem in the SM important:

mHphy= mH0 +c 2+…,  ---new physics scale

=> New Physics should appear at TeV

(TeV/ EW ~10)

Solutions (TeV scale New Physics) to Naturalness problem

TeV SUSY or little Higgs models

Low scale gravity

Composite Higgs boson etc.

Why Split SUSY? (I)



Akani-Hamed, future colliders), but …

Pheno2005


S. Dawson, LP2005 future colliders), but …



S. Dawson, LP2005 …), but …


  • Shortcomings of TeV SUSY …), but …

    • not yet found Higgs  small hierarchy problem (remind: in MSSM at LO mH<MZ)

    • excess flavor and CP violation =>”CP problem”

    • fast dim-5 proton decay etc.


  • Seems …), but …MNew Physics >>TeV, did we miss something important? Is that possible that naturalness …?


Why split susy ii

Failure of Naturalness of Cosmological Constant ->… …), but …

Why Split SUSY? (II)


Akani-Hamed, …), but …

Pheno2005


Fine tuning => …), but …

  • God

  • mechanisms

Assuming UNKNOWN mechanism for finely tuned CC is also applied to Higgs sector…


  • GUT and Dark Matter instead of Naturalness are guiding principles  Split Supersymmetry

    N. Arkani-Hamed &S. Dimopoulos, hep-ph/0405159

  • Split Supersymmetry can get

    (a) GUT ( slightly improved)

    (b) Dark Matter density

    (c) higher Higgs mass (120~160 GeV)

    (d) cures to most of TeV SUSY diseases etc.


Akani-Hamed, principles

Pheno2005


What is split susy

SS has only principles onefinely tuned and light Higgs boson while other scalars are ultra heavy.

Gaugino and Higgsino might be light.

Effective Lagrangian at low energy, besides kinetic terms, after integrating out higher scalar mass:

What is Split SUSY?


How to distinguish ss

Precisely measuring Higgsino-gaugino-Higgs vertexes e.g. O(0.1 fb) hep-ph/0407108

Scale of scalars is the most characteristic feature of SS, but directly producing scalars other than light Higgs boson is difficult.

How to determine scalar mass?

(a) Long-lived gluino as a probe of scalar mass at LHC

or

How to distinguish SS?


Chargino production at lcs

(b) Chargino pair production at Linear colliders can probe the properties of chargino S.Y. Choi et.al. (1999) and (2000) and is sensitve to sneutrino mass.

Chargino production at LCs


Ss parameter space mixed region
SS Parameter Space & Mixed Region the properties of chargino

  • Assuming gaugino mass unification and dark matter constraint:

    0.094 <DMh2<0.129

    G. Giudice & A. Romanino,

    hep-ph/0406088


Point Pa: Differential the properties of chargino  and Forward-backward Asymmetry

(11)

10 TeV

1 TeV


Point Pa: total the properties of chargino 

(11), (12) and (22) are all sensitive to sneutrino mass up to 10 TeV for lower M2 and .


Point Pb: Total the properties of chargino 

(22) Mode is most promising for higher

M2 and.


Summary for 2nd part

Chargino pair production can probe the sneutrino mass up to 10 TeV. Need further simulation!

It provides a very crucial method to distinguish Split from TeV (normal) SUSY.

All three modes (11), (12) and (22) should be analyzed.

Current and planning colliders can’t cover all SS parameter space.

Summary for 2nd part


Thanks for your attention! 10 TeV. Need further simulation!


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