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The flhiggs modelF. BazzocchiSISSA (Trieste)

F.B., M. Fabbrichesi, hep-ph/0407358

F.B., M. Fabbrichesi, hep-ph/0410107

Outline

- introduction
- main features of the Little Higgs models
- main features of the Little Flavons model
- the Flhiggs model
- high energy effective theory
- low energy effective theory
- fermions and textures
- constraints and phenomenology
- conclusions

February 8, 2005

February 8, 2005

Little

Higgs

Models

Higgs Sector

&

EWSB

Little Hierarchy

The

Flhiggs

Model

Fermion

Masses

&

Hierachies

Mixing

Angles

Horizontal

Flavor

Symmetries

A puzzle ?

February 8, 2005

Motivations for Little Higgs

Their mass is a dimensionful parameter

that is not protected by any symmetry

Scalar fields

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Higgs as a pseudo-Goldstone boson

SU(3) SU(2)

Problem:Goldstone bosons are exactly massless

Explicit breaking of SU(3) to make them into pseudo

But is not small in the SM:

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The little-Higgs mechanism[Schmaltz, hep-ph/0210415]

collective symmetry breaking:

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Another contest in which scalar can be used….think for a moment to the quark mass matrices

textures: a way to reduce the number of parameters

εrelated to the vevs of some scalar fields : the flavons

are parameters of order 1

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Horizontal flavor symmetry & Requests

- dynamically generated potential with the desired vacuum
- stable scales, i.e., only small radiative corrections (no fine tuning)
- appropriate textures (from charges and vev) from natural parameters

a little-Higgs inspired scenario

little flavons

[B, Bertolini, Fabbrichesi, Piai, hep-ph/0306184 and 0309182]

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Low-energy effective theory

horizontal symmetry: gauged

little flavons: 2 doublets of opposite F-hypercharge

the VEVs break

to nothing

at f the flavons arise as pseudo-Goldstone bosons

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What is the scale ?

- Bounds from FCNC, parity violation etc. induced by tree-level gauge exchange
- Most stringent from neutral Kaon physics [Bazzocchi, hep-ph/0312nnn]
- They depend on fermion charges under full symmetry

Suggestion :

what happen with a global flavor symmetry?

TeV

Problem: electro-weak scale is around 10 TeV at most

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- dynamically generated potential
- stable scales, i.e., only small radiative corrections (no fine tuning)
- appropriate textures (from charges and vev) from natural parameters
- hierarchy in vev’s explains that in mass matrices
- flavon-Higgs scalar fields : the Flhiggs
- flavor and alectroweak spontaneous breaking
- protection also of the Higgs mass

Requests

The flhiggs model

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High-energy effective theory

Gauge symmetries

Global symmetry

9+1 massive gauge bosons

4 massive complex scalars

1 massive complex sextet

4 triplets massless (PGB)

C W potential

+

Plaquettes terms

Triplets acquire vev’s

9 massive gauge bosons

2 complex and

11 real scalars

C W from

right-handed neutrinos

Potential for the triplets

Textures

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Low-energy effective theory

Electroweak gauge symmetry :

Global horizontal flavor symmetry :

Exotic gauge symmetry:

- [SU(3)XU(1)]WX [U(1)]F is the
- littlest group that allows
- scalars in the fundamental
- flavor and electroweak symmetry
- breaking at different scales

Little Flavons-Higgs (PGB):

2 triplets of opposite flavor charge,

no charged under U(1) X exotic

(Φ1 & Φ2 )

Little X-scalars (PGB):

2 triplets of opposite X charge,

No charged under U(1)F flavor

(Φ3 & Φ4 )

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Potential for the flhiggs (PGB)

Gauge boson CW and Plaquette terms

The vevs break [SU(3)XU(1)]W X [U(1)]X X [U(1)]F into [U(1)]Q

All the parameters are

expressed in terms of the

gauge coupling & plaquettes’ coefficients

Quadratic terms come

from 1-loop logarithmic

contributions

Right-handed neutrinos CW (collective simmetry breaking no 1-loop quadratically divergent mass terms!!)

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Are the flavor and the electroweak scales

different ?

With the assumptions

Conditions to be satisfied to have a minimum

More conditions on the hessian…

Expressions for VF and VW

Field configuration chosen in the minimum

…it is easy to have all the μ of the same order and VF / VW ~ 3

More other conditions on the parameters since we take VF = VX

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Fermions

- Low-energy:[SU(3)]w triplets (antitriplets)
[SU(3)]w singlets charged and

uncharged under [U(1)]x (all charged Fl.)

Why an exotic

U(1) gauge symmetry

?

in order to decouple

the extra fermions

(third component of the

weak triplets)

- High-energy:SU(10) decuplets
(approximate global symmetry)

Yukawa terms gauge

(weak and exotic)

and flavor invariant

well defined

textures

protection of the

flhiggs masses

?

Collective symmetry breaking mechanism

Yukawa terms preserve SU(8) (or SU(9) ) subgroup of SU(10)

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Yukawa Lagrangian (Quarks)

Breaks SU(10),

preserves AN SU(9)

(subgroup SU(10))

Breaks SU(10),

preserves ANOTHER

SU(9)

For each quark family we add 2 non

exotic and 3 exoticcolouredWeyl

fermions SU(3)w singlets

and an exotic coloured SU(3)w triplet

All the four scalar triplets

are protected by

the usual LH mechanism

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Quark Masses

Considering all the family…

6X6 matrices almost

block diagonalized

The non-exotic top-like quarks mix into a heavy ( T ) and a light (top) combination

top-like exotic heavy

f

top-like heavy, top-like exotic light

VF

The exotic top-like quarks mix into a heavy and a light combination

Vw

top

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SM leptons doublets embedded in SU(3)W triplets

Yukawa lagrangian simpler (protection of the flhiggs masses only from νR and extra charged leptons)

Majorana mass matrix for νL obtained through the see-saw mechanism

Leptons

Decoupling of the extra charged leptons

Charged leptons

Dirac neutrinos mass matrix (a = flavor index)

Majorana R-H neutrinos mass matrix

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Mass Matrices

Quarks

Leptons

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Constraining the Model

Extra neutral gauge boson (Z‘) : bounds on the ew currents (ρ,…) and mZ’ fix the U(1)w coupling and vF.

Weak sector

[SU(3)XU(1)]W

Flavor sector

[U(1)]F

FCNC processes ( neutral kaon mixing )

relevant effective operators are suppresed by powers of m(ferm)/f

Low energy scale

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Then … what is the scale f (Λ) ?

Λ

~ 30 TeV

Lightest neutral scalar boson (Higgs!) (not so light…)

heavy gauge bosons (9+1), heavy scalars (4+12), heavy fermions (also νR)

f

~ 3 TeV

mh0~ 300 GeV

Spectrum

extra gauge bosons (5+1), heavy fermions

VF

~ 1 TeV

Lightest charged scalar boson

scalars (PGB) (15)

mh± ~ 560 GeV

Vw

EW SM gauge bosons (3), SM fermions

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Conclusions

- We have given an example of flavor- electroweak gauge unification
- The model is more constrained than the usual little-Higgs model because on bounds on weak and flavor physics
- Explicit predictions for the new weak gauge bosons and scalars masses
- Many new particles: most interesting experimental signatures for LHC coming from the scalar sector
- The most characteristic prediction is a heavy Higgs boson

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Represenations and Charges Assignments

Quarks

Leptons

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What is natural?

- Dirac:dimensionless parameters should be of order one
- t Hooft: dimensionful parameters should be of the order of the largest scale in the problem, unless a symmetry arises in the limit of vanishing coupling

the rules of the game

February 8, 2005