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I provide a pedagogical introduction to supersymmetry. The level of discussion is aimed at readers who are familiar with the Standard Model and quantum field theory, but who have little or no prior exposure to supersymmetry. Topics covered include: motivations for supersymmetry; the construction of supersymmetric Lagrangians; supersymmetry-breaking… (More)

We investigate the sparticle spectrum in models of gauge-mediated supersymmetry breaking. In these models, supersymmetry is spontaneously broken at an energy scale only a few orders of magnitude above the electroweak scale. The breakdown of supersymmetry is communicated to the standard model particles and their superpartners by " messenger " fields through… (More)

We compute the two-loop renormalization group equations for all soft supersymmetry-breaking couplings in a general softly broken N = 1 super-symmetric model. We also specialize these results to the Minimal Supersymmetric Standard Model.

- S. Ambrosanio, Graham D. Kribs, Stephen P. Martin
- 1997

We consider a general class of models with gauge-mediated supersymmetry breaking in which the gravitino is the lightest supersymmetric particle. Several qualitatively different scenarios arise for the phenomenology of such models, depending on which superpartner(s) decay dominantly to the gravitino. At LEP2, neutralino pair production and slepton pair… (More)

The supersymmetric standard model with supergravity-inspired soft breaking terms predicts a rich pectrum of sparticles to be discovered at the SSC, LHC and NLC. Because there are more supersymmetric particles than unknown parameters, one can write down sum rules relating their masses. We discuss the pectrum of sparticles from this point of view. Some of the… (More)

- S. Ambrosanio, Graham D. Kribs, Stephen P. Martin
- 1997

In models with low-energy supersymmetry breaking, it is well-known that charged slep-tons can be significantly lighter than the lightest neutralino, with the gravitino and lighter stau being the lightest and next-to-lightest supersymmetric particles respectively. We give analytical formulas for the three-body decays of right-handed selectrons and smuons… (More)

We study the muon anomalous magnetic dipole moment in supersymmetric theories. The impact of the recent Brookhaven E821 experimental measurement on both model-independent and model-dependent supersymmetric parameter spaces is discussed in detail. We find that values of tan β as low as 3 can be obtained while remaining within the E821 one-sigma bound. This… (More)

- Herbi K. Dreiner, Howard E. Haber, Stephen P. Martin
- 2008

- Chih-Lung Chou, Stephen P. Martin, Konstantin Matchev, Michael Peskin, Jianming QianDØ, Uri Sarid +7 others
- 2000

The prospects for discovering and studying signals of low-scale supersymmetry breaking models at the Tevatron Run II and beyond are explored. These models include gauge-mediated supersymmetry breaking as the most compelling and concrete realization, but more generally are distinguished by the presence of a nearly massless Goldstino as the lightest… (More)

I compute the two-loop effective potential in the Landau gauge for a general renormal-izable field theory in four dimensions. Results are presented for the MS renormalization scheme based on dimensional regularization, and for the DR and DR ′ schemes based on regularization by dimensional reduction. The last of these is appropriate for models with softly… (More)