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with T. Yamashita, M. Bando with S. Kim, A. Matsuzaki, K. Sakurai, T.Yoshikawa. ( ) SUSY GUT and FCNC. 1. SUSY GUT and Yukawa structures 2. Unification for Matter sector Why are larger neutrino mixings? Horizontal symmetry to solve SUSY flavor problem

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susy gut and fcnc

with T. Yamashita, M. Bando

with S. Kim, A. Matsuzaki, K. Sakurai, T.Yoshikawa

( ) SUSY GUT and FCNC

1. SUSY GUT and Yukawa structures

2. Unification for Matter sector

Why are larger neutrino mixings?

Horizontal symmetry to solve SUSY flavor problem

3. Prediction of GUT on FCNC

4. Summary

NobuhiroMaekawa(NagoyaUniv.)

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grand unified theories
Grand Unified Theories

2 Unifications

  • Gauge Interactions
  • Matter
usy gut
SUSY GUT
  • Solve Gauge Hierarchy Problem
  • Improve Gauge Coupling Unification 

and Proton Stability (Dimension 6)

SUSY GUT

Non SUSY

masses mixings and gut
Masses & Mixings and GUT

u, c, t Strongest

CKM small mixings

Neutrinos Weakest

e, μ,τMiddle

d, s, b Middle

MNS large mixings

These can be naturally realized in SU(5) GUT!!

su 5 susy gut
SU(5) SUSY GUT

have stronger hierarchy than

Stronger hierarchy leads to smaller mixings

Quark mixings(CKM) Lepton mixing(MNS)

mass hierarchy and mixings
Mass hierarchy and mixings
  • Stronger hierarchy leads to smaller mixings

Stronger hierarchy Smaller mixings

su 5 susy gut1
SU(5) SUSY GUT

have stronger hierarchy than

Stronger hierarchy leads to smaller mixings

Quark mixings(CKM) Lepton mixing(MNS)

Good agreement with masses & mixings

large mixings and fcnc
Large mixings and FCNC
  • Even if universal sfermion masses at cutoff, radiative correction induces non-universality.
  • Large mixings for
  • SO(10) GUT relation

Large

Large FCNC are expected.

Borzumati-Masiero 85

Hisano-Moroi-Tobe-Yamaguchi-Yanagida Barbieri-Hall-Strumia 95

Moroi 00 (SU(5))

Chang-Masiero-Murayama 02 (SO(10))

constraints to
Constraints to

Hisano-Shimizu 03

  • EDM of Hg (neutron)
  • Bs mixing

CDF 06

1 st summary questions
1st Summary & Questions
  • SU(5) GUT is in good agreement with the hierarchies of quark & lepton masses and mixings.

has stronger hierarchy than

  • Suppressed FCNC & EDM

SO(10) GUT relation looks bad.

  • More unification of quark and lepton ?
  • Why larger mixings in lepton sector ?
  • Origin of various Yukawa hierarchies ?
e6 gut answers these questions
E6 GUT answers these questions
  • More unification of quark and lepton ? Yes

E6 SO(10)

  • Why larger mixings in lepton sector ?
  • Origin of various Yukawa hierarchies ?

Various Yukawa hierarchies can be induced from one Yukawa hierarchy in E6 GUT.

slide14

Guisey-Ramond-Sikivie,

Aichiman-Stech, Shafi,

Barbieri-Nanopoulos,

Bando-Kugo,…

Unification

Three of six become superheavy after the breaking

Once we fix ,

three light modes of six are determined.

We assume all Yukawa matrices

milder hierarchy for
Milder hierarchy for

Bando-N.M. 01

N.M, T. Yamashita 02

  • fields from become superheavy.
  • Light modes have smaller Yukawa

couplings and milder hierarchy than

Superheavy

unless

  • Larger mixings in lepton sector than In quark sector.
  • Small
  • Small neutrino Dirac masses

Suppressed radiative LFV

slide17
2nd Summary
  • unification explains why the lepton sector has larger mixings than the quark sector.
  • Suppressed radiative LFV
  • A basic Yukawa hierarchy

The other Yukawa hierarchies

Hierarchy of is stronger than that of

Three come from the first 2 generation of

horizontal symmetry

N.M. 02,04

N.M, T. Yamashita 04

+horizontal symmetry
  • Unification of generations by (or )

realizes the universality of sfermion masses.

  • A prediction for sfermion mass spectrum
  • This shift makes this model consisitent with the present experiments
  • The 3rd generation FCNC can be large.

Testable in future.

Universal mass

Universal mass

Different

large neutrino mixings and fcnc
Large neutrino mixings and FCNC
  • The universal sfermion masses only for the 1st 2 generation do not suppress FCNC sufficiently

if          .

Universality for all three generations is required!

slide20

5:

10:

How does FCNC processes take place in this model?

flavor violating

No source of flavor violation

For example, for the right-handed charged slepton sector,

Since 10 contains Q, the form of unitary matrix V is CKM-like. We can parametrize it with Cabibbo angle λ.

predictions of e6 gut horizontal symmetry

5:

10:

Predictions of E6 GUT+horizontal symmetry

Kim-N.M.-Matsuzaki-Sakurai-Yoshikawa

must be around the weak scale,

because of the stability of the weak scale,

while can be taken larger.

slide22

Propagator suppression from 1 or 2 generation becomes stronger, but mass difference increase. As a result, both transition rate remain finite, and don’t decouple!

Non decoupling feature of this model (in lepton flavor violation)

  • By picking up the 3-2 element, the size of τ→μ transition rate is order .
  • For μ→eγ, there are two passes to change the flavor μ→e. Both they are order .

If we raise overall SUSY scale m …

can we discover the lfv at the future experiments

Detectable unless <400GeV

Can we discover the LFVat the future experiments?

(exclude)

(exclude)

MEG experiment

(super-)KEKB

τ→μγ

Detectable, when tanβ is large and <250GeV

μ→eγ

this model says that final state lepton tends to be right handed

Right-handed

Left-handed

This model says thatfinal state lepton tends to be right-handed.
  • Final state lepton has different chirality from initial one.
  • Intermediate state must be right-handed to pick up the .

How can we see this feature experimentally?

spin

spin

It is possible to check this feature experimentally by measuring the angular distribution of final state lepton.

predictions quark sector
Predictions (Quark sector)
  • The maginitudes are

the same order as of

the RGE effects in the universal mass case.

  • New CP phases!!

The CP violation in B meson system may be detectable.

estimation of r
Estimation of R

decoupling:

Maximal at

non decoupling:

Maximal at

results
Results

Ambiguities of O(1) coefficients of V.

discussions
Discussions
  • Strictly speaking, when

e.g.

This can be consistent with the experiments,

and the predictions can be changed.

If we take , this model dependent parts can be neglected.

No weak scale unstability!!

  • The other modes of B mesons (work in progress.)
slide32
Summary
  • In GUT, one basic hierarchy for Yukawa couplings results in various hierarchical structures for quarks and leptons including larger neutrino mixings.
  • Horizontal symmetry can easily reproduce the basic hierarchy, and suppress FCNC naturally in GUT. (not in SO(10) GUT)
  • The simpler unification of quarks and leptons explains the more questions.

larger neutrino mixings

SUSY flavor problem

summary
Summary

Universal mass

  • Peculiar sfermion spectrum can be tested.
  • without unstability of weak scale. FCNC of 3rd generation becomes larger.
  • LFV ( ) and CP violation in B ( etc) may be detectable in future.
  • Poralization of final lepton can test the GUT scenario.

Universal mass

Different

my guiding principle in building models
My guiding principle in building models
  • Consistency with the experiments
  • Natural explanations of observed values.
  • Natural solutions of various problems.
  • Predictability (Testability) is cared only after finding models because it is required by the human-side convenience. (prejudice)