Supersymmetric mass spectra and seesaw type-I scale
Carolina Arbeláez Rodriguez
Sala P9, IST, Pavilhão de Matemática
Tuesday, May 22nd, 2012 at 04:00 PM
We calculate supersymmetric mass spectra with cMSSM boundary conditions
and a type-I seesaw mechanism added to explain current neutrino data.
Using published, estimated errors on SUSY mass observables for a
combined LHC+ILC analysis, we perform a theoretical \chi^2 analysis to
identify parameter regions where pure cMSSM and cMSSM plus seesaw type-I
might be distinguishable with LHC+ILC data. We found that for very
roughly mSS ? 10^14 GeV hints for type-I seesaw might appear in SUSY
mass measurements. Since our numerical results depend sensitively on
forecasted error bars, we discuss in some detail the accuracies, which
need to be achieved, before a realistic analysis searching for signs of
type-I seesaw in SUSY spectra can be carried out.
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