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Quartified Leptonic Color, Bound States, and Future Electron–Positron Colliders

Source Date of Publication:Nov 01,2017
11/01 2017
  • Title Quartified Leptonic Color, Bound States, and Future Electron–Positron Colliders
  • Speaker
  • Date
  • Venue
  • Abstract

    CAS Key Laboratory of Theoretical Physics

    Institute of Theoretical Physics

    Chinese Academy of Sciences

    Seminar

    Title

    题目

    Quartified Leptonic Color, Bound States, and Future Electron–Positron Colliders

    Speaker

    报告人

    Mohammadreza Zakeri

    Affiliation

    所在单位

    Department of Physics & Astronomy
    University of California, Riverside

    Date

    日期

    2017年11月1日(周三)下午3:00

    Venue

    地点

    Room 6420, ITP New Building

     

    Abstract

    摘要

    The [SU(3)]^4 quartification model of Babu, Ma, and Willenbrock (BMW), proposed in 2003, predicts a confining leptonic color SU(2) gauge symmetry, which becomes strong at the keV scale. It also predicts the existence of three families of half-charged leptons (hemions) below the TeV scale. These hemions are confined to form bound states which are not so easy to discover at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC). However, just as J/ψ and ? appeared as sharp resonances in e?e+ colliders of the 20th century, the corresponding "hemionium" states are expected at a future e?e+ collider of the 21st century.

    Contact Person

    所内联系人

    周宇峰