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SUSY models for the muon g-2 anomaly, and their implications

4 Aug 2020, 14:40


Dr Norimi Yokozaki (KEK)


The muon g-2 anomaly is an important guide towards new physics beyond the Standard Model as it indicates new particles lighter than O(100) GeV. Supersymmetric standard model is an attractive candidate explaining the anomaly since it also solves other important puzzles: the hierarchy problem, charge quantization and dark matter nature. In this talk, I would like to show that, by considering existent constraints, the viable scenario is almost fixed, which can be tested at the high luminosity LHC.

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