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UUurur AkgAkgnn University of IowaUniversity of IowaU ve s ty o o aU ve s ty o o a
 

Summary: UUurur AkgAkgüünn
University of IowaUniversity of IowaU ve s ty o o aU ve s ty o o a
The Standard Model is a beautiful theory and The Standard Model is a beautiful theory and arguably arguably one that is most one that is most
precisely precisely tested BUT tested BUT we know it is not the whole truth !we know it is not the whole truth !
SM SM has an unproven has an unproven element.element.
Th Th i f i f Hi Hi h i h i ?? The The generation of generation of mass; Higgs mass; Higgs mechanism mechanism ??
SupersymmetrySupersymmetry? ?
Lightest Lightest SupersymmetricSupersymmetric Particle is a candidate for dark matterParticle is a candidate for dark matter Lightest Lightest SupersymmetricSupersymmetric Particle is a candidate for dark matter.Particle is a candidate for dark matter.
Existence of Existence of supersymmericsupersymmeric particles help Grand Unified Theories.particles help Grand Unified Theories.
Nature's favouritism... why is there more matter than antiNature's favouritism... why is there more matter than antimatter?matter? Nature s favouritism... why is there more matter than antiNature s favouritism... why is there more matter than anti matter?matter?
SM is logically incomplete. Does not incorporate gravity. SM is logically incomplete. Does not incorporate gravity.
Extra spaceExtra spacetime dimensions ?time dimensions ?pp
Simplest theory: all Simplest theory: all particles are particles are masslessmassless
A A field pervades the field pervades the universe.universe.pp
Particles interacting with this field Particles interacting with this field
Animation of electron in Higgs Field
gg
acquire mass acquire mass ­­ stronger the interaction stronger the interaction
larger the mass. larger the mass.
Th th t l l th th d Th th t l l th th d

  

Source: Akgun, Ugur - Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Iowa

 

Collections: Physics