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We consider extra dimensional gauge theories on an interval. We first review the derivation of the consistent boundary conditions (BC's) from the action principle. These BC's include choices that give rise to breaking of the gauge symmetries. The boundary conditions could be chosen to coincide with those commonly applied in orbifold theories, but there are… (More)

- Giacomo Cacciapaglia, Csaba Csáki, Christophe Grojean, John Terning
- 2004

We calculate the tree-level oblique corrections to electroweak precision observables generated in higgless models of electroweak symmetry breaking with a 5D SU(2) L ×SU(2) R ×U(1) B−L gauge group on a warped background. In the absence of brane induced kinetic terms (and equal left and right gauge couplings) we find the S parameter to be ∼ 1.15, while T ∼ U… (More)

- Csaba Csáki, Christophe Grojean, Luigi Pilo, John Terning
- Physical review letters
- 2004

We present a 5D gauge theory in warped space based on a bulk SU(2)L x SU(2)R x U(1)(B-L) gauge group where the gauge symmetry is broken by boundary conditions. The symmetry breaking pattern and the mass spectrum resemble that in the standard model (SM). To leading order in the warp factor the rho parameter and the coupling of the Z (S parameter) are as in… (More)

- Csaba Csákia, Joshua Erlich, Christophe Grojean, Graham D. Kribs
- 2001

We present 4D gauge theories which at low energies coincide with higher dimensional supersymmetric (SUSY) gauge theories on a transverse lattice. We show that in the simplest case of pure 5D SUSY Yang-Mills there is an enhancement of SUSY in the continuum limit without fine-tuning. This result no longer holds in the presence of matter fields, in which case… (More)

- Giacomo Cacciapaglia, Csaba Csáki, Christophe Grojean, John Terning
- 2004

We consider various constraints on Higgsless models of electroweak symmetry breaking based on a bulk SU(2) L ×SU(2) R ×U(1) B−L gauge group in warped space. First we show that the S parameter which is positive if fermions are localized on the Planck brane can be lowered (or made vanishing) by changing the localization of the light fermions. If the wave… (More)

- C. Grojean, F. Quevedo
- 2001

We study the motion of an n-brane in an n + q + 2 dimensional background that has dilatonic q-brane singularities and that is charged under an antisymmetric tensor field. The background spacetime is maximally symmetric in the n-dimensions parallel to the n-brane with constant curvature k = 0, ±1. For k = 1 the bulk solutions correspond to black q-branes.… (More)

- G F Giudice, C Grojean, A Pomarol, R Rattazzi
- 2007

We develop a simple description of models where electroweak symmetry breaking is triggered by a light composite Higgs, which emerges from a strongly-interacting sector as a pseudo-Goldstone boson. Two parameters broadly characterize these models: m ρ , the mass scale of the new resonances and g ρ , their coupling. An effective low-energy Lagrangian approach… (More)

- Csaba Csáki, Joshua Erlich, Christophe Grojean, Timothy J. Hollowood
- 2000

We study the dynamics of brane worlds coupled to a scalar field and gravity, and find that self-tuning of the cosmological constant is generic in theories with at most two branes or a single brane with orbifold boundary conditions. We demonstrate that singularities are generic in the self-tuned solutions compatible with localized gravity on the brane: we… (More)

- Csaba Csáki, Christophe Grojean, Jay Hubisz, Yuri Shirman, John Terning
- 2003

We consider fermions on an extra dimensional interval. We find the boundary conditions at the ends of the interval that are consistent with the variational principle, and explain which ones arise in various physical circumstances. We apply these results to higgsless models of electroweak symmetry breaking, where electroweak symmetry is not broken by a… (More)

Brane worlds are theories with extra spatial dimensions in which ordinary matter is localized on a (3+1) dimensional submanifold. Such theories could have interesting consequences for particle physics and gravitational physics. In this essay we concentrate on the cosmological constant (CC) problem in the context of brane worlds. We show how… (More)