High Energy Physics - 750 GeV

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[1]  arXiv:2002.4278 [ps, pdf, other]
Title: An Unified Explanation for the 750 GeV Resonance and the 2 TeV Resonance
Authors: A. Chiang, C. Wang
Comments: 20 pages
Subjects: High Energy Physics - Phenomenology (hep-ph); High Energy Physics - Experiment (hep-ex)

A few months ago, ATLAS and CMS have seen an anomaly in run 2. We scrutinize the 750 GeV excess in minisplit SUSY models on warped metric. However, the $\eta$ couples to $WW$, but not to $WW$, increasing tension with Run 1. We predict a dilaton below 500 GeV. Finally, the phenomenology of the MSSM is studied and we calculate the full mass spectrum.

[2]  arXiv:2002.9479 [ps, pdf, other]
Title: On the 750 GeV Excess
Comments: 49 pages
Subjects: High Energy Physics - Phenomenology (hep-ph)

In this article, we look at the intriguing diphoton peak at run 2 and natural inflation. We scrutinize the 750 GeV resonance in singlet-extended models on warped metric. The R symmetry stabilizes the mass of the $S(750)$. Consequently, the global U(1) symmetry protects the mass of the $\phi$. More data should reveal the nature of the $\gamma\gamma$ resonance.

[3]  arXiv:2002.0161 [ps, pdf, other]
Title: A New Take on Pati-Salam Models Inspired by the 750 GeV Resonance
Authors: C. Sadhukhan
Comments: 4 pages
Subjects: High Energy Physics - Phenomenology (hep-ph)

Recently, ATLAS and CMS have shown a resonance in the 13 TeV data. Unsurprisingly, we analyze the $\gamma\gamma$ excess in E6 on a lattice. The $\eta$ couples not only to $t\bar{t}$, but also to $ZZ$. In short, we expect a sgoldstino above 700 GeV. More data should reveal the nature of the 750 GeV anomaly.

[4]  arXiv:2002.0601 [ps, pdf, other]
Title: Interpretations of the 750 GeV Anomaly in Extensions of Split SUSY Models
Comments: 25 pages, 4 tables
Subjects: High Energy Physics - Phenomenology (hep-ph)

In this letter, we address the recent diphoton anomaly at run 2 (at 2.5 sigma). We scrutinize the diphoton peak in Georgi-Machacek models. A feature of this model is that it encapsulates all the relevant physics. Unfortunately, heavy scalars at 300 GeV should be observed soon. Our results are similar to work done by Harigaya and Sun.

[5]  arXiv:2002.0461 [ps, pdf, other]
Title: A New Take on GUT Models Inspired by the Diphoton Excess
Authors: G. Rolbiecki
Comments: 18 pages, based on a talk given on Randall's 40th birthday
Subjects: High Energy Physics - Phenomenology (hep-ph)

In this paper, we look at the intriguing diphoton excess at run 2 (at 1.9 sigma). We consider the diphoton peak in Seesaw models with colored pions. Moreover, a feature of this model is that it cannot account for $B \to D \tau \nu$. Assuming the diphoton peak is real, we predict that neutral fermions should be at 600 GeV. Unfortunately, there is much to be done.

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