Apr 16, 2001 , Seminar
Jonathan Feng, MIT, Center for Theoretical Physics
Focus Point Supersymmetry
All of supersymmetry phenomenology suffers from the tension between naturalness and low energy constraints. Most attempts to relieve this tension have assumed that naturalness requires sub-TeV superpartners and have attempted to satisfy the low energy constraints by arranging for scalar degeneracy, In this talk, I will describe an alternative proposal: focus point supersymmetry. In this framework, an interesting property of renormalization group equations allows all scalar superpartners to have multi-TeV masses without sacrificing naturalness.
Host: CWRU Physics Department