Charged Higgs Beyond the MSSM at the LHC
October 04, 2017
October 05, 2017
The charged Higgs boson is an inevitable particle in supersymmetric models, both in the minimal version and in extensions.
It is also a particle, which may have different decay channels depending on the scalar representations in the model, and thus it may help in identifying the model.
In this talk I will consider the simplest singlet and triplet extensions of the minimal supersymmetric standard model, and in particular, describe some smoking gun signals of charged Higgs at the LHC collider.
Then I will move on to supersymmetric left-right models, in which neutrino masses are naturally generated and which have several dark matter candidates, in addition to possibly solving both the strong and weak CP-problems.
I will discuss the charged Higgses, both singly and doubly charged, in such models.
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