Wednesday, July 10, 2013

1307.2513 (Alexander K Knochel)

What can the Higgs tell us about UV physics?    [PDF]

Alexander K Knochel
After the discovery of a Higgs-like boson with a mass of m~125 GeV at the LHC, we can now attempt to draw conclusions about physics beyond the Standard Model. I argue that there are several hints towards new physics at intermediate scales > 10^8 GeV. I review a class of stringy models with intermediate scale SUSY which relate the observed Higgs mass to symmetries of the Higgs sector. I then discuss radiative corrections to m_h, unification, dark matter and the possibility of classically unstable UV completions in these models.
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