Supersymmetric adjoint SU(5)

  title={Supersymmetric adjoint SU(5)},
  author={Pavel Fileviez P{\'e}rez},
  journal={Physical Review D},
Recently we have proposed a renormalizable grand unified theory, based on the SU(5) gauge symmetry, where the neutrino masses are generated through the type I and type III seesaw mechanisms. In this article we study the supersymmetric version of this theory. As in the nonsupersymmetric version it is possible to generate all fermion masses with the minimal number of Higgses, the theory predicts one massless neutrino, and the leptogenesis mechanism can be realized. All contributions to the decay… 

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