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*LPT* *Orsay*/06-39

, 2006

"... hep-ph/0606179 A new mechanism of neutrino mass generation in the NMSSM with broken lepton number ..."

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hep-ph/0606179 A new mechanism of neutrino mass generation in the NMSSM with broken lepton number

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*LPT–Orsay* 05/32

, 2005

"... We study SUSY phenomenology of the KKLT (Kachru-Kallosh-Linde-Trivedi) scenario of string theory compactifications with fluxes. This setup leads to a specific pattern of soft masses and distinct phenomenological properties. In particular, it avoids the cosmological gravitino/moduli problems. Remarka ..."

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We study SUSY phenomenology of the KKLT (Kachru-Kallosh-Linde-Trivedi) scenario of string theory compactifications with fluxes. This setup leads to a specific pattern of soft masses and distinct phenomenological properties. In particular, it avoids the cosmological gravitino/moduli problems. Remarkably, the model allows for the correct abundance of SUSY dark matter consistently with all experimental constraints including the bound on the Higgs mass, b → sγ, etc. This occurs for both

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*LPT* *Orsay*,04-46

, 2004

"... On the mass differences between the scalar and pseudoscalar heavy-light mesons ..."

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On the mass differences between the scalar and pseudoscalar heavy-light mesons

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*LPT-Orsay*-04-12

, 2004

"... We demonstrate that Higgs discovery at the LHC is possible in the context of the NMSSM even for those scenarios such that the only strongly produced Higgs boson is a very SM-like CP-even scalar which decays almost entirely to a pair of relatvely light CP-odd states. In combination with other search ..."

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We demonstrate that Higgs discovery at the LHC is possible in the context of the NMSSM even for those scenarios such that the only strongly produced Higgs boson is a very SM-like CP-even scalar which decays almost entirely to a pair of relatvely light CP-odd states. In combination with other search channels, we are on the verge of demonstrating that detection of at least one of the NMSSM Higgs bosons is guaranteed at the LHC for accumulated luminosity of 300 fb −1. 1.

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*LPT-Orsay*-00/87

, 2008

"... We perform a systematic analysis of soft supersymmetry breaking terms at the one loop level in a large class of string effective field theories. This includes the so-called anomaly mediated contributions. We illustrate our results for several classes of orbifold models. In particular, we discuss a c ..."

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We perform a systematic analysis of soft supersymmetry breaking terms at the one loop level in a large class of string effective field theories. This includes the so-called anomaly mediated contributions. We illustrate our results for several classes of orbifold models. In particular, we discuss a class of models where soft supersymmetry breaking terms are determined by quasi model independent anomaly mediated contributions, with possibly non-vanishing scalar masses at the one loop level. We show that the latter contribution depends on the detailed prescription of the regularization process which is assumed to represent the Planck scale physics of the underlying fundamental theory. The usual anomaly mediation case with vanishing scalar masses at one loop is not found to be generic. However gaugino masses and A-terms always vanish at tree level if supersymmetry breaking is moduli dominated with the moduli stabilized at selfdual points, whereas the vanishing of the B-term depends on the origin of the µ-term in the underlying theory. We also discuss the supersymmetric spectrum of O-I and O-II models, as well as a model of gaugino condensation. For reference, explicit spectra corresponding to a Higgs mass of 114 GeV are given. Finally, we address general strategies for distinguishing among these models.

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*LPT-ORSAY*/06-43

, 2006

"... The K ∗ 0 (800) scalar resonance from Roy-Steiner representations of πK scattering ..."

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The K ∗ 0 (800) scalar resonance from Roy-Steiner representations of πK scattering

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*LPT–Orsay*–01–19

, 2001

"... hep-ph/0102313 Evolution equation for the structure function g2(x, Q 2) ..."