Joel Montalvo

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We studied the production and signatures of doubly charged Higgs bosons in the process γ e− → H−−E+, where E+ is a heavy lepton, at the e−e+ International Linear Collider (ILC) and CERN Linear Collider (CLIC). The intermediate photons are given by the Weizsäcker–Williams and laser-backscattering distributions. We found that significant signatures are(More)
Historically, metals are cut up and polished to see the structure and to infer how processing influences the evolution. We can now peer into a metal during processing without destroying it using proton radiography. Understanding the link between processing and structure is important because structure profoundly affects the properties of engineering(More)
We analyze systematically the signatures of vector leptoquarks in hadronic collisions. We examine their single and pair productions, as well as their effects on the production of lepton pairs. Our results indicate that a machine like the CERN Large Hadron Collider (LHC) will be able to unravel the existence of vector leptoquarks with masses up to the range(More)
We perform a detailed analyses of the potentiality of the CERN Large Hadron Collider to study the single production of leptoquarks via pp ! e q ! leptoquark ! e q, with e generated by the splitting of photons radiated by the protons. Working with the most general SU(2) L U(1) Y invariant eeective lagrangian for scalar and vector leptoquarks, we analyze in(More)
In this work we analyze the parameter λ9 belonging to the 3-3-1 model and show that it is related to the mass of the doubly charged Higgs, the vacuum expectation values (VEV) vη, vχ and the dimensional parameter f of the model. This relation is shown to bring important new information concerning the signals for the doubly charged Higgs particle. In a(More)
We perform a detailed analyses of the potentiality of the CERN Large Hadron Collider to study the single production of leptoquarks via pp→ e±q → leptoquark → e±q, with e± generated by the splitting of photons radiated by the protons. Working with the most general SU(2)L ⊗ U(1)Y invariant effective lagrangian for scalar and vector leptoquarks, we analyze in(More)
We study the production and signatures of heavy exotic fermion pairs in the framework of the vector singlet model (VSM), vector doublet model (VDM) and fermion-mirror-fermion (FMF) model. We show that the pair production cross sections are competitive with the ones for the single production of exotic fermions due to the exchange of a photon in the s channel(More)
We study the production and signatures of heavy exotic quarks pairs at LHC in the framework of the vector singlet model (VSM), vector doublet model (VDM) and fermion-mirror-fermion (FMF) model. The pair production cross sections for the electroweak and strong sector are computed.
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