Collider phenomenology of extra dimensions

@inproceedings{Lillie2005ColliderPO,
  title={Collider phenomenology of extra dimensions},
  author={B. Lillie},
  year={2005}
}
In recent years there has been much interest in the possibility that there exist more spacetime dimensions than the usual four. Models of particle physics beyond the Standard Model that incorporate these extra dimensions can solve the gauge hierarchy problem and explain why the fermion masses a spread over many orders of magnitude. In this thesis we explore several possibilities for models with extra dimensions. First we examine constraints on the proposal of Arkani-Hamed and Schmaltz that the… Expand

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