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HEP/Astro Seminar, Wednesday 28th January 1998

Flavor from Strongly Coupled Supersymmetry

Martin Schmaltz (Boston University)


Strongly coupled supersymmetric theories can give rise to composite 
quarks and leptons at low energy. I demonstrate how the internal 
structure of these  particles can explain the origin of three generations 
and provide a qualitative understanding of mass ratios and mixing angles 
between the different flavors of fermions, all within a renormalizable theory.

Wednesday 3:30pm, Smith Lab 4079

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