Phenomenological Consequences of Supersymmetry with Anomaly-Induced Masses

@inproceedings{Gherghetta1999PhenomenologicalCO,
  title={Phenomenological Consequences of Supersymmetry with Anomaly-Induced Masses},
  author={Tony Gherghetta and Gian Francesco Giudice and James D. Wells},
  year={1999}
}
In the supersymmetric standard model there exist pure gravity contributions to the soft mass parameters which arise via the superconformal anomaly. We consider the low-energy phenomenology with a mass spectrum dominated by the anomaly-induced contributions. In a well-defined minimal model we calculate electroweak symmetry breaking parameters, scalar masses, and the full one-loop splitting of the degenerate Wino states. The most distinctive features are gaugino masses proportional to the… CONTINUE READING

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