## 696 Citations

### New approaches to electroweak symmetry breaking

- Physics
- 2007

Although the spectacular experimental achievements of particle physics in the last decade have strengthened the Standard Model (SM) as an adequate description of nature, they have also revealed that…

### ILC: Physics Scenarios

- Physics
- 2006

Experiments in the energy range from the scale of electroweak symmetry breaking to the TeV scale are expected to be crucial for unraveling the microscopic structure of matter and forces. The high…

### Dynamical Electroweak Symmetry Breaking on the Lattice

- Physics
- 2011

The LHC is expected to find new physics beyond the Standard Model (BSM). Technicolor models are a class of BSM models which involve a new strongly interacting sector responsible for electroweak…

### Electroweak Symmetry Breaking from a Holographic Fourth Generation

- Physics
- 2007

We consider a model with four generations of standard model fermions propagating in an extra dimension with an AdS background metric. We show that if the zero modes of the fourth generation are…

### Higgs bosons, electroweak symmetry breaking, and the physics of the Large Hadron Collider

- Physics
- 2007

The Large Hadron Collider, a 7 ⊕ 7 TeV proton – proton collider under construction at CERN (the European Laboratory for Particle Physics in Geneva), will take experiments squarely into a new energy…

### Spontaneous CP symmetry breaking at the electroweak scale

- Physics
- 2005

We present a top-condensation model in which the CP symmetry is spontaneously broken at the electroweak scale due to the condensation of two composite Higgs doublets. In particular the CP-violating…

### Electroweak symmetry breaking and cold dark matter from strongly interacting hidden sector

- Physics
- 2010

### Electroweak limits on general new vector bosons

- Physics
- 2010

We study extensions of the Standard Model with general new vector bosons. The full Standard Model gauge symmetry is used to classify the extra vectors and constrain their couplings. We derive the…

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- Physics
- 1995

We discuss the phenomenology of models of dynamical electroweak symmetry breaking which attempt to generate the observed fermion mass spectrum. After briefly describing the variety of and constraints…

### Electroweak symmetry breaking by extra dimensions

- Physics
- 2000

Electroweak symmetry breaking may be naturally induced by the observed quark and gauge fields in extra dimensions without a fundamental Higgs field. The authors show that a composite Higgs doublet…

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- Physics
- 1990

We review the recent idea of a mechanism for dynamically breaking the symmetries of the electroweak interactions which relies upon the formation of condensates involving the conventional quarks and…

### Dynamical Electroweak Symmetry Breaking

- Physics
- 2003

Dynamical symmetry breaking provides a possible solution to the electroweak hierarchy problem. It requires new strong interactions that are effective at some high-energy scale. If there is no light…

### Models of Electroweak Symmetry Breaking

- Physics
- 1998

Discovering the dynamics responsible for electroweak symmetry breaking is the outstanding question facing particle physics today, and the answer will be found in the next decade. In these lectures I…