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The Conversion of CESR to Operate as the Test Accelerator, CesrTA, Part 4: Superconducting Wiggler Diagnostics
http://ilcdoc.linearcollider.org/record/63127
Cornell's electron/positron storage ring (CESR) was modified over a series of accelerator shutdowns beginning in May 2008, which substantially improves its capability for research and development for particle accelerators. CESR's energy span from 1.8 to 5.6 GeV with both electrons and positrons makes it appropriate for the study of a wide spectrum of accelerator physics issues and instrumentation related to present light sources and future lepton damping rings. Additionally a number of these are also relevant for the beam physics of proton accelerators. This paper, the last in a series of four, describes the vacuum system modifications of the superconducting wigglers to accommodate the diagnostic instrumentation for the study of electron cloud (EC) behavior within wigglers. Earlier papers provided an overview of the accelerator physics program, the general modifications of CESR, the modifications of the vacuum system necessary for the conversion of CESR to the test accelerator, CesrTA, enhanced to study such subjects as low emittance tuning methods, EC effects, intra-beam scattering, fast ion instabilities as well as general improvements to beam instrumentation. While the initial studies of CesrTA focussed on questions related to the International Linear Collider damping ring design, CESR is a very versatile storage ring, capable of studying a wide range of accelerator physics and instrumentation questions.Billing, M GWed, 24 Aug 2016 18:31:01 GMThttp://ilcdoc.linearcollider.org/record/631272016Measurement of the $\tau$ lepton polarization in the decay ${\bar B} \rightarrow D^* \tau^- {\bar \nu_{\tau}}$
http://ilcdoc.linearcollider.org/record/63126
We report the first measurement of the $\tau$ lepton polarization in the decay ${\bar B} \rightarrow D^* \tau^- {\bar\nu_{\tau}}$ as well as a new measurement of the ratio of the branching fractions $R(D^{*}) = \mathcal{B}({\bar B} \rightarrow D^* \tau^- {\bar\nu_{\tau}}) / \mathcal{B}({\bar B} \rightarrow D^* \ell^- {\bar\nu_{\ell}})$, where $\ell^-$ denotes an electron or a muon, with the decays $\tau^- \rightarrow \pi^- \nu_{\tau}$ and $\tau^- \rightarrow \rho^- \nu_{\tau}$. We use the full data sample of $772 \times 10^6$ $B{\bar B}$ pairs accumulated with the Belle detector at the KEKB electron-positron collider. Our preliminary results, $R(D^*) = 0.276 \pm 0.034{\rm (stat.)} ^{+0.029} _{-0.026}{\rm (syst.)}$ and $P_{\tau} = -0.44 \pm 0.47 {\rm (stat.)} ^{+0.20} _{-0.17} {\rm (syst.)}$, are consistent with the theoretical predictions of the Standard Model within $0.6$ standard deviation.Abdesselam, AWed, 24 Aug 2016 18:31:00 GMThttp://ilcdoc.linearcollider.org/record/631262016NLO QCD Corrections for $J/\psi+ c + \bar{c}$ Production in Photon-Photon Collision
http://ilcdoc.linearcollider.org/record/63125
The $\gamma+\gamma\rightarrow J/\psi+c+\bar{c}$ inclusive process is an extremely important subprocess in $J/\psi$ photoproduction, like at LEP\uppercase\expandafter{\romannumeral2} or various types future electron-positron colliders. In this work we perform the next-to-leading(NLO) QCD corrections to this process in the framework of non-relativistic QCD(NRQCD) factorization formalism, the first NLO calculation for two projectiles to 3-body quarkonium inclusive production process. By setting the center-of-mass energy at LEP\uppercase\expandafter{\romannumeral2}, the $\sqrt{s}=197$ GeV, we conduct analyses of the $p_t^2$ distribution and total cross section of this process at the NLO accuracy. It turns out that the total cross section is moderately enhanced by the NLO correction with a $K$ factor of about 1.46, and hence the discrepancy between DELPHI data and color-singlet(CS) calculation is reduced while the color-octet(CO) contributions are still inevitable at this order. At the future Circular Electron-Positron Collider(CEPC), the NLO corrections are found to be more significant, with a $K$ factor of about 1.76.Chen, Zi-QiangTue, 23 Aug 2016 18:29:18 GMThttp://ilcdoc.linearcollider.org/record/631252016Discovery Limits for Extra Gauge Bosons in e^+e^- to \nu \bar{\nu} \gamma
http://ilcdoc.linearcollider.org/record/63123
We study the sensitivity of the process e^+ e^- \to \nu\bar{\nu}\gamma to extra gauge bosons, particularly W' bosons. Depending on the model, evidence for extra W bosons in this process can be detected for W' masses up to several TeV.Godfrey, StephenMon, 15 Aug 2016 18:15:05 GMThttp://ilcdoc.linearcollider.org/record/631232016SUSY Dark Matter in Universal and Nonuniversal Gaugino Mass Models
http://ilcdoc.linearcollider.org/record/63121
We review the phenomenology of SUSY dark matter in various versions of MSSM, with universal and nonuniversal gaugino masses at the GUT scale. We start with the universal case (CMSSM), where the cosmologically compatible dark matter relic density is achieved only over some narrow regions of parameter space, involving some fine-tuning. Moreover, most of these regions are seriously challenged by the constraints from collider and direct dark matter detection experiments. Then we consider some simple and predictive nonuniversal gaugino mass models, based on SU(5) GUT. Several of these models offer viable SUSY dark matter candidates, which are compatible with the cosmic dark matter relic density and the above mentioned experimental constraints. They can be probed at the present and future collider and dark matter search experiments. Finally, we consider the nonuniversal gaugino mass model arising from anomaly mediated SUSY breaking. In this case the cosmologically compatible dark matter relic density requires dark matter mass of a few TeV, which puts it beyond the scope of collider and direct dark matter detection experiments. However, it has interesting predictions for some indirect dark matter detection experiments.Roy, D PThu, 11 Aug 2016 18:07:50 GMThttp://ilcdoc.linearcollider.org/record/631212016Luminosity Limitations in Linear Colliders Based on Plasma Acceleration
http://ilcdoc.linearcollider.org/record/63120
Particle acceleration in plasma creates a possibility of exceptionally high accelerating gradients and appears as a very attractive option for future linear electron-positron and/or photon-photon colliders. These high accelerating gradients were already demonstrated in a number of experiments. However, a linear collider requires exceptionally high beam brightness which still needs to be demonstrated. In this article we discuss major phenomena which limit the beam brightness of accelerated beam and, consequently, the collider luminosity.Lebedev, ValeriTue, 09 Aug 2016 18:04:05 GMThttp://ilcdoc.linearcollider.org/record/631202016FCC Based Lepton-Hadron and Photon-Hadron Colliders: Luminosity and Physics
http://ilcdoc.linearcollider.org/record/63119
Construction of future electron-positron colliders (or dedicated electron linac) and muon colliders (or dedicated muon ring) tangential to Future Circular Collider (FCC) will give opportunity to utilize highest energy proton and nucleus beams for lepton-hadron and photon-hadron collisions. Luminosity values of FCC based ep, \mup, eA, \muA, \gammap and \gammaA colliders are estimated. Multi-TeV center of mass energy ep colliders based on the FCC and linear colliders (LC) are considered in detail. Parameters of upgraded versions of the FCC proton beam are determined to optimize luminosity of electron-proton collisions keeping beam-beam effects in mind. Numerical calculations are performed using a currently being developed collision point simulator. It is shown that L_{ep}\sim10^{32}\,cm^{-2}s^{-1} can be achieved with LHeC-like upgrade of the FCC parameters.Acar, Y CTue, 09 Aug 2016 18:04:04 GMThttp://ilcdoc.linearcollider.org/record/631192016Probing light-quark Yukawa couplings via hadronic event shapes at lepton colliders
http://ilcdoc.linearcollider.org/record/63118
We propose a novel idea for probing the Higgs boson couplings through the measurement of hadronic event shape distributions in the decay of the Higgs boson at lepton colliders. The method provides a unique test of the Higgs boson couplings and of QCD effects in the decay of the Higgs boson. It can be used to directly probe the Yukawa couplings of the light quarks and to further test the mechanism of electroweak symmetry breaking. From a case study for the proposed Circular Electron-Positron Collider, light-quark couplings with a strength greater than 8% of the bottom-quark Yukawa coupling in the standard model can be excluded.Gao, JunMon, 08 Aug 2016 18:02:08 GMThttp://ilcdoc.linearcollider.org/record/631182016Electroweak precision observables and Higgs-boson signal strengths in the Standard Model and beyond: present and future
http://ilcdoc.linearcollider.org/record/63117
We present results from a state-of-the-art fit of electroweak precision observables and Higgs-boson signal-strength measurements performed using 7 and 8 TeV data from the Large Hadron Collider. Based on the HEPfit package, our study updates the traditional fit of electroweak precision observables and extends it to include Higgs-boson measurements. As a result we obtain constraints on new physics corrections to both electroweak observables and Higgs-boson couplings. We present the projected accuracy of the fit taking into account the expected sensitivities at future colliders.de Blas, JorgeFri, 05 Aug 2016 17:57:09 GMThttp://ilcdoc.linearcollider.org/record/631172016The Light and Heavy Higgs Interpretation of the MSSM
http://ilcdoc.linearcollider.org/record/63116
We perform a parameter scan of the phenomenological Minimal Supersymmetric Standard Model (pMSSM) with eight parameters taking into account the experimental Higgs boson results from Run I of the LHC and further low-energy observables. We investigate various MSSM interpretations of the Higgs signal at 125 GeV. First, the light CP-even Higgs boson being the discovered particle. In this case it can impersonate the SM Higgs-like signal either in the decoupling limit, or in the limit of alignment without decoupling. In the latter case, the other states in the Higgs sector can also be light, offering good prospects for upcoming LHC searches and for searches at future colliders. Second, we demonstrate that the heavy CP-even Higgs boson is still a viable candidate to explain the Higgs signal - albeit only in a highly constrained parameter region, that will be probed by LHC searches for the CP-odd Higgs boson and the charged Higgs boson in the near future. As a guidance for such searches we provide new benchmark scenarios that can be employed to maximize the sensitivity of the experimental analysis to this interpretation.Bechtle, PhilipWed, 03 Aug 2016 17:53:14 GMThttp://ilcdoc.linearcollider.org/record/631162016Multiplicity distributions for $e^{+}e^{-}$ collisions using Weibull distribution
http://ilcdoc.linearcollider.org/record/63115
The two parameters Weibull function is used to describe the charged particle multiplicity distribution in $e^{+}e^{-}$ collisions at the highest available energy measured by TASSO and ALEPH experiments. The Weibull distribution has wide applications in naturally evolving processes based on fragmentation and sequential branching. The Weibull model describes the multiplicity distribution very well, as particle production processes involve QCD parton fragmentation. The effective energy model of particle production was verified using Weibull parameters and the same was used to predict the multiplicity distribution in $e^{+}e^{-}$ collisions at future collider energies.Dash, SadhanaMon, 01 Aug 2016 17:49:55 GMThttp://ilcdoc.linearcollider.org/record/631152016Testing neutrino mass generation mechanisms from the lepton flavor violating decay of the Higgs boson
http://ilcdoc.linearcollider.org/record/63114
We investigate how observations of the lepton flavor violating decay of the Higgs boson ($h \to \ell\ell^\prime$) can narrow down models of neutrino mass generation mechanisms, which were systematically studied in Refs. [1,2] by focusing on the combination of new Yukawa coupling matrices with leptons. We find that a wide class of models for neutrino masses can be excluded if evidence for $h \to \ell\ell^\prime$ is really obtained in the current or future collider experiments. In particular, simple models of Majorana neutrino masses cannot be compatible with the observation of $h \to \ell\ell^\prime$. It is also found that some of the simple models to generate masses of Dirac neutrinos radiatively can be compatible with a significant rate of the $h \to \ell\ell^\prime$ process.Aoki, MayumiMon, 01 Aug 2016 17:49:54 GMThttp://ilcdoc.linearcollider.org/record/631142016FCNC decays of SM fermions into a dark photon
http://ilcdoc.linearcollider.org/record/63113
We analyze a new class of FCNC processes, the $f \to f^{\prime} \, \bar{\gamma}$ decays of a fermion $f$ into a lighter (same-charge) fermion $f^{\prime}$ plus a {\it massless} neutral vector boson, a {\it dark photon} $\bar{\gamma}$. A massless dark photon does not interact at tree level with observable fields, and the $f \!\to\! f^{\prime} \, \bar{\gamma}$ decay presents a characteristic signature where the final fermion $f^{\prime}$ is balanced by a {\it massless invisible} system. Models recently proposed to explain the exponential spread in the standard-model Yukawa couplings can indeed foresee an extra unbroken {\it dark} $U(1)$ gauge group, and the possibility to couple on-shell dark photons to standard-model fermions via one-loop magnetic-dipole kind of FCNC interactions. The latter are suppressed by the characteristic scale related to the mass of heavy messengers, connecting the standard-model particles to the dark sector. We compute the corresponding decay rates for the top, bottom, and charm decays ($t\to c\, \bar{\gamma},u\, \bar{\gamma}$, $\;b\to s\, \bar{\gamma},d\, \bar{\gamma}$, and $c\to u \bar{\gamma}$), and for the charged-lepton decays ($\tau \to \mu\, \bar{\gamma}, e\, \bar{\gamma}$, and $\mu \to e \bar{\gamma}$) in terms of model parameters. We find that large branching ratios for both quark and lepton decays are allowed in case the messenger masses are in the discovery range of the LHC. Implications of these new decay channels at present and future collider experiments are briefly discussed.Gabrielli, EmidioThu, 21 Jul 2016 06:28:51 GMThttp://ilcdoc.linearcollider.org/record/631132016Lepton flavor violating Z decays: A promising window to low scale seesaw neutrinos
http://ilcdoc.linearcollider.org/record/63112
In this paper we study the Lepton Flavor Violating $Z$ boson decays $Z \to \tau \mu$ and $Z \to \tau e$ in the context of low scale seesaw models with new heavy Majorana neutrinos whose masses could be reachable at the LHC. Our computations of the decay rates are done in the particular realization given by the Inverse Seesaw Model with six extra heavy neutrinos which are quasi-degenerate in three pseudo-Dirac pairs. In particular, we focus on scenarios that are built ad-hoc to produce suppressed rates in all the processes involving $\mu$-$e$ transitions, given the fact that these are by far the most strongly constrained by present data. We will fully explore the $Z \to \tau \mu$ and $Z \to \tau e$ rates, together with a set of observables that we find to be the most constraining ones, and we will conclude that sizable rates of up to $2 \times 10^{-7}$, accessible at future colliders, can be reached in this model for Majorana masses in the few TeV range, potentially reachable at LHC.De Romeri, VTue, 19 Jul 2016 06:25:19 GMThttp://ilcdoc.linearcollider.org/record/631122016One-Loop Radiative Correction to the Triple Higgs Coupling in the Higgs Singlet Model
http://ilcdoc.linearcollider.org/record/63111
Though the 125 GeV Higgs boson is consistent with the standard model (SM) prediction until now, the triple coupling can deviate from the SM value in the physics beyond the SM (BSM). In this paper, the radiative correction to the triple Higgs coupling is calculated in the minimal extension of the SM by adding a real gauge singlet scalar. In this model there are two scalars $h$ and $H$ and both of them are mixed states of the doublet and singlet. Provided that the mixing angle is set to be zero, $h$ is the pure left-over of the doublet and its behavior is the same as that of the SM except the triple $h$ couping. In this SM limit case, the effect of the singlet $H$ will decouple from the fermions and gauge bosons, and firstly shown up in the triple $h$ coupling. Our numerical results show that the deviation is sizable. For $\lambda_{\Phi{S}}=1$ (see text for the parameter definition), the deviation $\delta_{hhh}^{(1)}$ can be $40\%$. For $\lambda_{\Phi{S}}=1.5$, the $\delta_{hhh}^{(1)}$ can reach $140\%$. The sizable radiative correction is mainly caused by three reasons: the magnitude of the coupling $\lambda_{\Phi{S}}$, light mass of the additional scalar and the threshold enhancement. In the optimal case, the triple $h$ coupling is very sensitive to the BSM physics, and this model can be tested at future high luminosity hadron colliders and electron-positron colliders.He, Shi-PingMon, 18 Jul 2016 06:23:34 GMThttp://ilcdoc.linearcollider.org/record/631112016750 GeV diphoton resonance at the ILC
http://ilcdoc.linearcollider.org/record/63110
In this paper we study the direct production of the diphoton resonance $X$ which has been suggested by 2015 data at the LHC, in $e^+e^-\to X\gamma/XZ$ processes at the ILC. We derive an analytic expression for the scattering amplitudes of these processes, and present a comprehensive analysis for determining the properties of $X$ at the ILC. A realistic simulation study for $e^+e^-\to X\gamma$ is performed based on the full detector simulation to demonstrate the capabilities of the ILC experiment. Complementary to the searches at the LHC, prospects of the measurement of the absolute values of production cross-section are obtained for the ILC using recoil technique without assuming decay modes of $X$. In addition, we have studied the searches for $X\to\rm{invisible}$ and $X\to b\bar{b}$ modes, which are challenging at the LHC, and found that these decay modes can be discovered with high significance if their branching ratios are large enough.Fujii, KeisukeFri, 15 Jul 2016 06:18:04 GMThttp://ilcdoc.linearcollider.org/record/631102016Implications of the 750 GeV gamma-gamma Resonance as a Case Study for the International Linear Collider
http://ilcdoc.linearcollider.org/record/63109
If the gamma-gamma resonance at 750 GeV suggested by 2015 LHC data turns out to be a real effect, what are the implications for the physics case and upgrade path of the International Linear Collider? Whether or not the resonance is confirmed, this question provides an interesting case study testing the robustness of the ILC physics case. In this note, we address this question with two points: (1) Almost all models proposed for the new 750 GeV particle require additional new particles with electroweak couplings. The key elements of the 500 GeV ILC physics program---precision measurements of the Higgs boson, the top quark, and 4-fermion interactions---will powerfully discriminate among these models. This information will be important in conjunction with new LHC data, or alone, if the new particles accompanying the 750 GeV resonance are beyond the mass reach of the LHC. (2) Over a longer term, the energy upgrade of the ILC to 1 TeV already discussed in the ILC TDR will enable experiments in gamma-gamma and e+e- collisions to directly produce and study the 750 GeV particle from these unique initial states.Fujii, KeisukeThu, 14 Jul 2016 06:16:25 GMThttp://ilcdoc.linearcollider.org/record/631092016Prospects for charged Higgs searches at the LHC
http://ilcdoc.linearcollider.org/record/63108
The goal of this report is to summarize the current situation and discuss possible search strategies for charged scalars, in non-supersymmetric extensions of the Standard Model at the LHC. Such scalars appear in Multi-Higgs-Doublet models (MHDM), in particular in the popular Two-Higgs-Doublet model (2HDM), allowing for charged and more neutral Higgs bosons. These models have the attractive property that electroweak precision observables are automatically in agreement with the Standard Model at the tree level. For the most popular version of this framework, Model~II, a discovery of a charged Higgs boson remains challenging, since the parameter space is becoming very constrained, and the QCD background is very high. We also briefly comment on models with dark matter which constrain the corresponding charged scalars that occur in these models. The stakes of a possible discovery of an extended scalar sector are very high, and these searches should be pursued in all conceivable channels, at the LHC and at future colliders.Akeroyd, A GTue, 12 Jul 2016 06:14:52 GMThttp://ilcdoc.linearcollider.org/record/631082016Clues on the Majorana scale from scalar resonances at the LHC
http://ilcdoc.linearcollider.org/record/63107
In order to address the observation of the neutrino oscillations and the metastability of the Standard Model, we extend the fermion sector with two right-handed (i.e. sterile) neutrinos, and the scalar sector of the SM with a real scalar, the Hill field. The latter takes the role of a Majoron and generates the Majorana masses for the neutrino sector, such that the particle spectrum features two CP-even scalars $h_1$ and $h_2$, and also two heavy, mass degenerate neutrinos. When the $h_1$ is identified with the scalar resonance at ~125 GeV and the condition is imposed that the $h_1$ self coupling and its running vanish at the Planck scale, the scalar mixing and the vacuum expectation value of the Hill field are fixed by the $h_2$ mass. The $h_2$ can be searched for at the LHC, and it has prospects of being discovered for the target integrated luminosities of the HL-LHC and the Future Circular hadron Collider (FCC-hh) when its mass is on the weak scale. The knowledge of the $h_2$ mass and its decay properties can yield an insight into its coupling to the heavy neutrinos, and thus also on the heavy neutrino mass scale. This yields an interesting connection between potentially detectable heavy scalars in high-energy proton collisions and the mass scale of the heavy neutrinos that is testable at the LHC and at future colliders.Fischer, OliverTue, 12 Jul 2016 06:14:52 GMThttp://ilcdoc.linearcollider.org/record/631072016Dirac vs Majorana gauginos at a 100 TeV collider
http://ilcdoc.linearcollider.org/record/63106
We compare the prospects for observing theories with Majorana or Dirac gauginos at a future 100 TeV proton-proton collider. Calculating the expected discovery and exclusion regions, we find that for heavy gluino masses the squark discovery reach is significantly reduced in Dirac gluino models relative to the Majorana case. However, if the squark and gluino masses are close the reach is similar in both scenarios. We also consider the electroweak fine tuning of theories observable at such a collider, and the impact of existing constraints from flavour and CP violating observables. Models with Majorana gluinos that are fine tuned to less than one part in 10,000 can typically be discovered or excluded, and Dirac models with tuning of one part in 1,000 can be probed. The flavour structure of Majorana models is highly constrained if they have observable squarks, while O(1) violation is possible in accessible Dirac models. In both cases new sources of CP violation must be very suppressed. Future collider searches can also give important information on possible dark matter candidates. We study the relation of this to indirect and direct detection searches, and find that if dark matter is a neutralino, a 100 TeV collider could probe the viable dark matter candidates in large classes of both Dirac and Majorana models.di Cortona, Giovanni GrilliTue, 12 Jul 2016 06:14:51 GMThttp://ilcdoc.linearcollider.org/record/631062016Charged Higgs Boson Production at e+e- Colliders in the Complex MSSM: A Full One-Loop Analysis
http://ilcdoc.linearcollider.org/record/63105
For the search for additional Higgs bosons in the Minimal Supersymmetric Standard Model (MSSM) as well as for future precision analyses in the Higgs sector precise knowledge of their production properties is mandatory. We evaluate the cross sections for the charged Higgs boson production at e+e- colliders in the MSSM with complex parameters (cMSSM). The evaluation is based on a full one-loop calculation of the production mechanism e+e- -> H+H- and e+e- -> H^\pm W^\mp, including soft and hard QED radiation. The dependence of the Higgs boson production cross sections on the relevant cMSSM parameters is analyzed numerically. We find sizable contributions to many cross sections. They are, depending on the production channel, roughly of 5-10% of the tree-level results, but can go up to 20% or higher. The full one-loop contributions are important for a future linear e+e- collider such as the ILC or CLIC.Heinemeyer, STue, 12 Jul 2016 06:14:51 GMThttp://ilcdoc.linearcollider.org/record/631052016Search for anomalous quartic $ZZ\gamma\gamma$ couplings in photon-photon collisions
http://ilcdoc.linearcollider.org/record/63104
The self-couplings of the electroweak gauge bosons are completely specified by the non-Abelian gauge nature of the Standard Model (SM). The direct study of these couplings provides a significant opportunity to test the validity of the SM and the existence of new physics beyond the SM up to the high energy scale. For this reason, we investigate the potential of the processes $\gamma\gamma\rightarrow ZZ$, $e^{-}\gamma\rightarrow e^{-}\gamma^{*}\gamma \rightarrow e^{-}Z\, Z$ and $e^{+}e^{-}\rightarrow e^{+}\gamma^{*} \gamma^{*} e^{-} \rightarrow e^{+}\, Z\, Z\, e^{-}$ to examine the anomalous quartic couplings of $ZZ\gamma\gamma$ vertex at the Compact Linear Collider (CLIC) with center-of-mass energies $0.35, 1.4$ and $3$ TeV. We calculate $95\%$ confidence level sensitivities on the dimension-8 parameters with various values of the integrated luminosity. We show that the best bounds on the anomalous $\frac{f_{M2}}{\Lambda^{4}}$, $\frac{f_{M3}}{\Lambda^{4}}$, $\frac{f_{T0}}{\Lambda^4}$ and $\frac{f_{T9}}{\Lambda^4}$ couplings among three processes at center-of-mass energy of 3 TeV and integrated luminosity of $L_{int}=2000$ fb$^{-1}$ are found $[-3.30;3.30]\times 10 ^{-3}$ TeV$^{-4}$, $[-1.20;1.20]\times 10 ^{-2}$ TeV$^{-4}$, $[-3.40;3.40]\times 10 ^{-3}$ TeV$^{-4}$ and $[-1.80;1.80]\times 10 ^{-3}$ TeV$^{-4}$, respectively.Köksal, MTue, 12 Jul 2016 06:14:51 GMThttp://ilcdoc.linearcollider.org/record/631042016Higgs bosons production and decay at future $e^+e^-$ linear colliders as a probe of the B-L model
http://ilcdoc.linearcollider.org/record/63103
We study the phenomenology of the light and heavy Higgs boson production and decay in the context of a $U(1)_{B-L}$ extension of the Standard Model with an additional $Z'$ boson at future $e^+e^-$ linear colliders with center-of-mass energies of $\sqrt{s}=500-3000\hspace{0.8mm}GeV$ and integrated luminosities of ${\cal L}=500-2000\hspace{0.8mm}fb^{-1}$. The study includes the processes $e^{+}e^{-}\rightarrow (Z, Z') \to Zh$ and $e^{+}e^{-}\rightarrow (Z, Z') \to ZH$, considering both the resonant and non-resonant effects. We find that the total number of expected $Zh$ and $ZH$ events can reach 909,124 and 97,487, respectively, which is a very optimistic scenario and thus it would be possible to perform precision measurements for both Higgs bosons $h$ and $H$, as well as for the $Z'$ boson in future high-energy and high-luminosity $e^+e^-$ colliders experiments. Our study complements other studies on the B-L model and on the Higgs-strahlung processes $e^{+}e^{-}\rightarrow (Z, Z') \to Zh$ and $e^{+}e^{-}\rightarrow (Z, Z') \to ZH$.Ramirez-Sanchez, FTue, 12 Jul 2016 06:14:51 GMThttp://ilcdoc.linearcollider.org/record/631032016Measuring the trilinear neutral Higgs boson couplings in the minimal supersymmetric standard model at $e^+ e^-$ colliders in the light of the discovery of a Higgs boson
http://ilcdoc.linearcollider.org/record/63101
We consider the measurement of the trilinear couplings of the neutral Higgs bosons in the Minimal Supersymmetric Standard Model~(MSSM) at a high energy $e^+ e^-$ linear collider in the light of the discovery of a Higgs boson at the CERN Large Hadron Collider~(LHC). We identify the state observed at the LHC with the lightest Higgs boson~($h^0$) of the MSSM, and impose the constraints following from this identification, as well as other experimental constraints on the MSSM parameter space. In order to measure trilinear neutral Higgs couplings, we consider different processes where the heavier Higgs boson ($H^0$) of the MSSM is produced in electron-positron collisions, which subsequently decays into a pair of lighter Higgs bosons. We identify the regions of the MSSM parameter space where it may be possible to measure the trilinear couplings of the Higgs boson at a future electron-positron collider. A measurement of the trilinear Higgs couplings is a crucial step in the construction of the Higgs potential, and hence in establishing the phenomena of spontaneous symmetry breaking in gauge theories.Khosa, Charanjit KTue, 12 Jul 2016 06:14:51 GMThttp://ilcdoc.linearcollider.org/record/631012016SIMP from a strong U(1) gauge theory with a monopole condensation
http://ilcdoc.linearcollider.org/record/63100
We provide a variant model of strongly interacting massive particle (SIMP), where composite dark matter comes from a strongly interacting U(1) theory. We first explain a non-Abelian version of the model with an additional singlet field, which is mixed with the Higgs field to maintain the kinetic equilibrium between the hidden and Standard Model (SM) sectors. The mixing leads to signals that would be detected by future collider experiments, direct DM detection experiments, and beam-dump experiments. Then we investigate a U(1) theory with a scalar monopole, where U(1) charged particles are confined by monopole condensation. In this model, the radial component of monopole can mix with the Higgs field, so that we do not need to introduce the additional singlet field.Kamada, AyukiTue, 12 Jul 2016 06:14:50 GMThttp://ilcdoc.linearcollider.org/record/631002016