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ABSTRACT: We present an extension of the mass sum rule that applies to renormalizable rigid supersymmetric field theories to the case of the N=1 supersymmetric effective action (the gauged nonlinear sigma model) consisting of adjoint scalar superfields and vector superfields possessing a K"ahler potential, a set of gauge coupling functions (second prepotential derivatives) and a superpotential, which respectively set their energy scales. The mass sum rule derived is valid for any vacua, including the (metastable) one of broken supersymmetry with the condensates of Dterm and/or Fterm. We manage to extend these analyses to the cases where superfields in (anti)fundamental representation are present. The supertrace is shown to vanish in those cases where underlying geometry is special K"ahler and theory under concern is anomaly free. Simple phenomenological application is given, providing an upper bound for gaugino masses. We discuss that the effects of the D and/or F condensates can be represented as a set of soft breaking terms with their strengths predicted by the scales.11/2014;  [Show abstract] [Hide abstract]
ABSTRACT: Continuing with our previous work on Dterm triggered dynamical supersymmetry breaking, we consider a system in which our generic N=1 action is minimally extended to include the pair of Higgs doublet superfields charged under the overall U(1) as well as mu and B mu terms. The gauge group is taken to be SU(3)_C times SU(2)_L times U(1)_Y times U(1). We point out, among other things, that the Higgs mass less than the Zboson mass at tree level can be pushed up to be around 126 GeV by Dterm contributions of the overall U(1). This is readily realized by taking a U(1) gauge coupling of O(1).12/2013;  [Show abstract] [Hide abstract]
ABSTRACT: We present the mechanism of the dynamical supersymmetry breaking at the metastable vacuum recently uncovered in the N=1 U(N) supersymmetric gauge theory that contains adjoint superfields and that is specified by Kahler and noncanonical gauge kinetic functions and a superpotential whose tree vacua preserve N=1 supersymmetry. The overall U(1) serves as the hidden sector and no messenger superfield is required. The dynamical supersymmetry breaking is triggered by the nonvanishing D term coupled to the observable sector, and is realized by the selfconsistent HartreeFock approximation of the NJL type while it eventually brings us the nonvanishing F term as well. It is shown that theoretical analysis is resolved as a variational problem of the effective potential for three kinds of background fields, namely, the complex scalar, and the two order parameters D and F of supersymmetry, the last one being treated perturbatively. We determine the stationary point and numerically check the consistency of such treatment as well as the local stability of the scalar potential. The coupling to the N = 1 supergravity is given and the gravitino mass formula is derived.Physical Review D 01/2013; 88(2). · 4.86 Impact Factor 
Article: Dterm Dynamical SUSY Breaking
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ABSTRACT: We consider an N=1 supersymmetric U(N) gauge theory with an adjoint chiral multiplet. By developing a selfconsistent HartreeFock approximation to the leading order which is reminiscent of that of the BCS/NJL in the superconductivity/chiral symmetry, we show that the N=1 supersymmetry is spontaneously broken, giving a mixed MajoranaDirac mass term for gaugino due to the nonvanishing Dterm VEV and Fterm one induced by Dterm.International Journal of Modern Physics Conference Series. 07/2012;  [Show abstract] [Hide abstract]
ABSTRACT: GaugeHiggs unification is the fascinating scenario solving the hierarchy problem without supersymmetry. In this scenario, the Standard Model (SM) Higgs doublet is identified with extra component of the gauge field in higher dimensions and its mass becomes finite and stable under quantum corrections due to the higher dimensional gauge symmetry. On the other hand, Yukawa coupling is provided by the gauge coupling, which seems to mean that the flavor mixing and CP violation do not arise at it stands. In this talk, we discuss that the flavor mixing is originated from simultaneously nondiagonalizable bulk and brane mass matrices. Then, this mechanism is applied to various flavor changing neutral current (FCNC) processes via KaluzaKlein (KK) gauge boson exchange at tree level and constraints for compactification scale are obtained.AIP Conference Proceedings. 04/2012; 1467(1).  [Show abstract] [Hide abstract]
ABSTRACT: We propose a new chiral model of metastable supersymmetry breaking in the conformal window via chiral/nonchiral Seiberg duality, which is focused on Spin(7)/SU(N_f4) duality in this letter. Following the approach of IntriligatorSeibergShih model, a small mass perturbation in the nonchiral theory leads to supersymmetry breaking by rank condition in the chiral dual description.11/2011;  [Show abstract] [Hide abstract]
ABSTRACT: We propose a direct gauge mediation model based on an uplifted metastable SUSY breaking coupled to supergravity. A constant superpotential plays an essential role to fix the moduli as well as breaking SUSY and Rsymmetry and the cancellation of the cosmological constant. Gaugino masses are generated at leading order of SUSY breaking scale, and comparable to the sfermion masses as in the ordinary gauge mediation. Landau pole problem for QCD coupling can be easily solved since more than half of messengers become superheavy, which are heavier than the GUT scale. Comment: 14 pages, 2 figures, references addedPhysical review D: Particles and fields 08/2010; 
Article: CP Violation due to Compactification
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ABSTRACT: We address the challenging issue of how CP violation is realized in higher dimensional gauge theories without higher dimensional elementary scalar fields. In such theories interactions are basically governed by a gauge principle and therefore to get CP violating phases is a nontrivial task. It is demonstrated that CP violation is achieved as the result of compactification of extra dimensions, which is incompatible with the 4dimensional CP transformation. As a simple example we adopt a 6dimensional U(1) model compactified on a 2dimensional orbifold $T^{2}/Z_{4}$. We argue that the 4dimensional CP transformation is related to the complex structure of the extra space and show how the $Z_{4}$ orbifolding leads to CP violation. We confirm by explicit calculation of the interaction vertices that CP violating phases remain even after the rephasing of relevant fields. For completeness, we derive a rephasing invariant CP violating quantity, following a similar argument in the KobayashiMaskawa model which led to the Jarlskog parameter. As an example of a CP violating observable we briefly comment on the electric dipole moment of the electron. Comment: 22 pages, 6 figures, Final version to appear in PRDPhysical review D: Particles and fields 10/2009;  [Show abstract] [Hide abstract]
ABSTRACT: In this talk, we discuss an attempt to construct a realistic model of the grand gaugeHiggs unification. We investigate a 5D SU(6) grand gaugeHiggs unification model compactified on an orbifold S^1/Z_2. Ordinary quarks and leptons, together with righthanded neutrinos, are just accommodated into a minimal set of representations of the gauge group, without introducing any exotic states in the same representations. The proton decay turns out to be forbidden at least at the tree level. We also find a correct electroweak symmetry breaking SU(2)_L \times U(1)_Y \to U(1)_{em} is easily realized by introducing suitable number of adjoint fermions.03/2008;  [Show abstract] [Hide abstract]
ABSTRACT: The zero mode of an extradimensional component of gauge potentials serves as a 4D Higgs field in the gaugeHiggs unification. We examine QED on $M^4 \times S^1$ and determine the mass and potential of a 4D Higgs field (the $A_5$ component) at the two loop level with gauge invariant reguralization. It is seen that the mass is free from divergences and independent of the renormalization scheme.Progress of Theoretical Physics 10/2007; · 2.06 Impact Factor 
Article: Twoloop calculation of Higgs mass in gaugeHiggs unification: 5D massless QED compactified on S1
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ABSTRACT: We calculate the quantum corrections to the mass of the zero mode of the fifth component of the gauge field at twoloop level in a fivedimensional massless QED compactified on S1. We discuss in detail how the divergences are exactly canceled and the mass becomes finite. The key ingredients to obtain the result are the shift symmetry and the Ward–Takahashi identity. We also evaluate the finite part of corrections.Nuclear Physics B 10/2006; · 3.95 Impact Factor  [Show abstract] [Hide abstract]
ABSTRACT: We calculate oneloop radiative correction to the mass of Higgs identified with the extra space components of the gauge field in a six dimensional massive scalar QED compactified on a twosphere. The radiatively induced Higgs mass is explicitly shown to be finite for arbitrary bulk scalar mass M. Furthermore, the remaining finite part also turns out to vanish, at least for the case of small M, thus suggesting that the radiatively induced Higgs mass exactly vanishes, in general. The nonzero "KaluzaKlein" modes in the gauge sector are argued to have a Higgslike mechanism and quantum mechanical N=2 supersymmetry, while the Higgs zero modes, as supersymmetric states, have a close relation with monopole configuration.Journal of the Physical Society of Japan 06/2006; · 1.48 Impact Factor  [Show abstract] [Hide abstract]
ABSTRACT: We discuss nonanomalous Rsymmetry in the supersymmetric grand unified theories. In particular, we explore anomalyfree solutions predicting the gravitino mass in the range of $10^{3} eV \lsim m_{3/2} \lsim 1 TeV$ when the $\mu$parameter is fixed to be $\mu \simeq 1 TeV$. In the minimal SU(5) GUT, we have shown that $\mu \simeq 1 TeV$ is obtained only if the gravitino is ultralight with mass $m_{3/2} \sim 10^{3} eV$. If extra fields ${\bf 5}\oplus{\bf 5^*}$ or ${\bf 10}\oplus{\bf 10^*}$ are introduced, many solutions predicting $m_{3/2} \gsim 10^{3} eV$ are found. The Rparity is violated due to the vacuum expectation value of the superpotential, but it is controlled by the discrete Rsymmetry. We find that the Rparity violating couplings are naturally suppressed much below the experimental bounds for some charge assignments. These charge assignments predict light gravitino with masses of order ${\cal O}(10^{3} eV)$${\cal O}(1 MeV)$. These discrete Rsymmetries can be considered as solutions to the $\mu$problem in low energy supersymmetry breaking models such as the gauge mediation. Comment: 20 pages, no figure. v2: minor corrections, references added, "Note Added" in Summary addedPhysical Review D 02/2003; · 4.86 Impact Factor  [Show abstract] [Hide abstract]
ABSTRACT: We consider the doublettriplet splitting problem in supersymmetric SU(5) grand unified theory in five dimensions where the fifth dimension is noncompact. We point out that an unnatural finetuning of parameters in order to obtain the light Higgs doublets is not required due to the exponential suppression of the overlap of the wave functions. Comment: 10 pages, LaTeX, no figures, the version to appear in Phys. Lett. BPhysics Letters B 08/2001; · 6.02 Impact Factor  [Show abstract] [Hide abstract]
ABSTRACT: A discrete Rsymmetry often appears as an exact gauge symmetry in the low energy effective theory of superstring theories. We search for such discrete Rsymmetries from a phenomenological point of view and find that Z9R and Z18R are candidates of the nonanomalous Rsymmetry in the case of the minimal supersymmetric standard model. We also find Z4R and Z20R in the case that quarks and leptons are embedded in the SU(5) GUT multiplets. Interesting is that in the latter case all the solutions predict some extra matter multiplets and we find that the simplest choice of the extra matters is to take a pair of and of SU(5)GUT whose mass is of order the SUSY breaking scale ∼1 TeV. We emphasize that the presence of such extra matters is testable in future hadron collider experiments.Physics Letters B 07/2001; · 6.02 Impact Factor 
Article: SUSY Breaking by Coexisting Walls
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ABSTRACT: Supersymmetry (SUSY) breaking without messenger fields is proposed. We assume that our world is on a wall and SUSY is broken only by the coexistence of another wall with some distance from our wall. The NambuGoldstone (NG) fermion is localized on the distant wall. Its overlap with the wave functions of physical fields on our wall gives the mass splitting of physical fields on our wall thanks to a lowenergy theorem. We propose that this overlap provides a practical method to evaluate mass splitting in models with SUSY breaking due to the coexistence of walls.06/2001;  [Show abstract] [Hide abstract]
ABSTRACT: We consider \caln=1 supersymmetric SO(N) gauge theory with a symmetric traceless tensor. This theory saturates 't Hooft matching conditions at the origin of the moduli space. This naively suggests a confining phase, but Brodie, Cho, and Intriligator have conjectured that the origin of the moduli space is in a NonAbelian Coulomb phase. We construct a dual description by the deconfinement method, and also show that the theory indeed has an infrared fixed point for certain values of N. This result supports their argument. Comment: 12 pages, LaTeX, No figuresPhysics Letters B 03/1999; · 6.02 Impact Factor  [Show abstract] [Hide abstract]
ABSTRACT: We present a new, simple supersymmetry breaking model with direct gauge mediation. Supersymmetry breaking sector is based on the model with an Affine quantum moduli space. The model has no gauge messengers and no light scalars charged under the Standard Model which give a negative contribution to the soft masses. Large expectation value at the minimum is obtained by balancing the runaway potential and the dimension six nonrenormalizable term. This makes it easy to preserve the perturbative unification. Enough suppression of the supergravity contribution to the soft masses can also be shown. Comment: 8 pages, LaTeX, the version to appear in Physics Letters BPhysics Letters B 06/1998; · 6.02 Impact Factor  [Show abstract] [Hide abstract]
ABSTRACT: We present a lattice formulation which gives super YangMills theories in any dimensions with simple supersymmetry as well as extended supersymmetry in the continuum limit without finetuning. We first formulate super YangMills theories with simple supersymmetry in 3,4,6,10 dimensions, incorporating the gluino on the lattice using the overlap formalism. In 4D, exact chiral symmetry forbids gluino mass, which ensures that the continuum limit is supersymmetric without finetuning. In 3D, exact parity invariance plays the same role. 6D and 10D thories being anomalous, we formulate them as anomalous chiral gauge theories as they are. Dimensional reduction within lattice formulation is then applied to the theories in 3,4,6 and 10D to obtain super YangMills theories in arbitrary dimensions with either simple or extended supersymmetry. Comment: 20pages, plain TeX, no figuresInternational Journal of Modern Physics A 05/1997; · 1.09 Impact Factor
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2013

Keio University
 Research and Education Center for Natural Sciences
Edo, Tōkyō, Japan


2009–2010

Chuo University
 Department of Physics
Tokyo, Tokyoto, Japan


2006

Sapienza University of Rome
Roma, Latium, Italy


2001–2003

The University of Tokyo
 Department of Physics
Tokyo, Tokyoto, Japan


1998–1999

Nagoya University
Nagoya, Aichi, Japan
