A minimal supersymmetric left-right model, dark matter and signals at the LHC
Department of Physics and Helsinki Institute of Physics, University of Helsinki,
P.O. Box 64 (Gustaf Hällströmin katu 2),
University of Helsinki, Finland
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Accepted: 30 September 2020
Published online: 14 December 2020
The left-right symmetric models extend the gauge group of the Standard Model enabling treatment of the left- and right-handed fermions in the same footing. The left-right symmetry requires the existence of right-handed neutrinos, leading naturally to non-zero masses for neutrinos. Here some aspects of a supersymmetric version of the left-right symmetric models are reviewed. Such models have many virtues, including possibility for dark matter without any new additional symmetry needed in order to have a stable lightest supersymmetric particle. In the model the lightest sneutrino or the lightest neutralino can form dark matter of the universe, at the same time fulfilling all the experimental constraints. The dark matter particle in the model can be very different from the dark matter typical in the minimal supersymmetric standard model. Specific signals for this kind of models at the LHC are also discussed.
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