Iwamoto Sho

Iwamoto Sho

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Témavezető: Trócsányi Zoltán

PhD (The University of Tokyo, Tokyo, 2013)

Szoba: Északi tömb 2.92
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Emailcím: uh.etle.ktt@otomawi.ohs

Biográfia:

I am a researcher on the phenomenology of high-energy physics.
My primary interests are on candidate theories beyond the Standard Model, which are to be constructed to explain the origin of dark matter, the hierarchy between the Z- and W-boson mass and the Planck scale, and the origin of four forces.

My favorite one among such candidates is supersymmetric theory (SUSY).
Especially, I am interested in SUSY phenomenology at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), and have studied the capability of the LHC (including its future runs) in searches for SUSY models.
In addition, I also did several studies on SUSY searches at future colliders after the LHC, such as "FCC-hh", "FCC-he", and "ILC".

Another theoretical interest of mine is on a confining gauge group and its application for quarkonia-like dark matter.
It is still a toy of theoretical physicists, but possibly it may provide a new framework to explain the origin of the dark matter.

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Az utolsó 5 év válogatott közleményei:

  1. M. Endo, K. Hamaguchi, S. Iwamoto, and T. Yoshinaga, "Muon g−2 vs LHC in Supersymmetric Models", JHEP 1401 (2014) 123 [arXiv:1303.4256]
  2. J. L. Feng, S. Iwamoto, Y. Shadmi, and S. Tarem, "Long-lived sleptons at the LHC and a 100 TeV proton collider", JHEP 1512 (2015) 166 [arXiv:1505.02996]
  3. M. Abdullah, J. L. Feng, S. Iwamoto, and B. Lillard, "Heavy bino dark matter and collider signals in the MSSM with vectorlike fourth-generation particles", Phys. Rev. D 94 (2016) 095018 [arXiv:1608.00283]
  4. M. Geller, S. Iwamoto, G. Lee, Y. Shadmi, and O. Telem, "Dark quarkonium formation in the early universe", JHEP 1806 (2018) 135 [arXiv:1802.07720]
  5. V. Brdar, A. J. Helmboldt, S. Iwamoto, and K. Schmitz, "Type I seesaw mechanism as the common origin of neutrino mass, baryon asymmetry, and the electroweakscale", Phys. Rev. D 100 (2019) 075029 [arXiv:1905.12634]