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SuSpect: A Fortran code for the Supersymmetric and Higgs particle spectrum in the MSSM
We present the Fortran code SuSpect version 2.1, which calculates the Supersymmetric and Higgs particle spectrum in the Minimal Supersymetric Standard Model (MSSM). Expand
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The Minimal Supersymmetric Standard Model: Group Summary Report
CONTENTS: 1. Synopsis, 2. The MSSM Spectrum, 3. The Physical Parameters, 4. Higgs Boson Production and Decays, 5. SUSY Particle Production and Decays, 6. Experimental Bounds on SUSY Particle Masses,Expand
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Constraints on the minimal supergravity model and prospects for SUSY particle production at future linear e+e− colliders
We perform a complete analysis of the supersymmetric particle spectrum in the Minimal Supergravity (mSUGRA) model where the soft SUSY breaking scalar masses, gaugino masses and trilinear couplingsExpand
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Updated Constraints on the Minimal Supergravity Model
We provide an up-to-date analysis of the parameter space of the minimal supergravity model (mSUGRA). Novel features include the new central value of the top quark mass, an improved calculation of theExpand
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Measuring unification
If supersymmetry is observed at the LHC its model parameters can be measured at the electroweak scale. We discuss the expected precision on the parameter determination, including a proper treatmentExpand
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Inverting the supersymmetric standard model spectrum: From physical to Lagrangian gaugino parameters
We examine the possibility of recovering the supersymmetric (and soft supersymmetry breaking) Lagrangian parameters as direct {\em analytical} expressions of appropriate physical masses, for theExpand
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Renormalization Group Improved Optimized Perturbation Theory: Revisiting the Mass Gap of the O(2N) Gross-Neveu Model
We introduce an extension of a variationally optimized perturbation method, by combining it with renormalization group properties in a straightforward (perturbative) form. This leads to a veryExpand
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Neutralino dark matter in mSUGRA: Reopening the light Higgs pole window
Abstract The requirement that the lightest neutralino χ ˜ 1 0 has the right thermal relic density to explain all dark matter in the universe strongly constrains the parameter space of supersymmetricExpand
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Excited fermions ate+e− andeP colliders
We analyse the discovery potentials of future colliders with respect to excited fermions which are expected in models of fermionic substructure. After discussing the possibilities offered by LEP, weExpand
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Improved optimization of perturbation theory: Applications to the oscillator energy levels and Bose-Einstein condensate critical temperature
Improving perturbation theory via a variational optimization has generally produced in higher orders an embarrassingly large set of solutions, most of them unphysical (complex). We introduce anExpand
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