Phenomenological Guide to Physics Beyond the Standard Model

@inproceedings{Pokorski2005PhenomenologicalGT,
  title={Phenomenological Guide to Physics Beyond the Standard Model},
  author={Stefan Pokorski},
  year={2005}
}
Various aspects of physics beyond the Standard Model are discussed from the perspective of the fantastic phenomenological success of the Standard Model, its simplicity and predictive power. 

Merging gauge coupling constants without grand unification

The merging of the running coupling constants of the weak, strong, and electromagnetic fields does not require the unification of these gauge fields at high energy. It can, in fact, be the property

Beyond a Minimal Basis

This chapter initiates a path beyond orthodoxy by analyzing the practices of physics, rather than idealized theories. It focuses on the roles of mathematics and symmetry principles in extending

B → K∗µ+µ− and Form Factors for Semi-Leptonic and Radiative B Decays

The hadronic environment of the LHC favours the study of exclusive modes, and of these semi-leptonic and radiative B decays will play a leading role in the search for new physics (NP). A prime

Merging gauge coupling constants without

The merging of the running couplings constants of the weak, strong, and electromagnetic fields does not require the unification of these gauge fields at high energy. It can, in fact, be the property

Vacuum energy: Quantum hydrodynamics vs. quantum gravity

We compare quantum hydrodynamics and quantum gravity. They share many common features. In particular, both have quadratic divergences, and both lead to the problem of the vacuum energy, which, in

Coulomb Deexcitation of Muonic Hydrogen within the Quantum Close-Coupling Method¶

The Coulomb deexcitation of muonic hydrogen in collisions with the hydrogen atom has been studied in the framework of the fully quantum-mechanical close-coupling method for the first time. The

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