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1. Constraining inflationary dark matter in the luminogenesis model / Hung, Pham Q. ; Ludwick, Kevin J.
Using renormalization-group flow and cosmological constraints on inflation models, we exploit a unique connection between cosmological inflation and the dynamical mass of dark matter particles in the luminogenesis model, a unification model with the gauge group SU(3)C × SU(6) × U(1)Y, which breaks to the Standard Model with an extra gauge group for dark matter when the inflaton rolls into the true vacuum. [...]
Published in JCAP 1509 (2015) 031 10.1088/1475-7516/2015/09/031 arXiv:1411.1731
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2. Constraining inflationary dark matter in the luminogenesis model / Hung, Pham Q. ; Ludwick, Kevin J.
Using renormalization-group flow and cosmological constraints on inflation models, we exploit a unique connection between cosmological inflation and the dynamical mass of dark matter particles in the luminogenesis model, a unification model with the gauge group SU(3)C × SU(6) × U(1)Y, which breaks to the Standard Model with an extra gauge group for dark matter when the inflaton rolls into the true vacuum. [...]
Published in JCAP 1509 (2015) 031 10.1088/1475-7516/2015/9/031 arXiv:1411.1731
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3. Non-sterile electroweak-scale right-handed neutrinos and the dual nature of the 125-GeV scalar / Hoang, Vinh ; Hung, Pham Q. ; Kamat, Ajinkya Shrish
Can, and under which conditions, the 125-GeV SM-like scalar with the signal strengths for its decays into W+W− , ZZ , γγ , bb¯ and ττ¯ being consistent with experiments be accommodated in models that go beyond the Standard Model? Is it truly what it appears to be, namely the SM Higgs boson, or could it be quite different? A minimal extension of the original electroweak-scale right-handed neutrino model, in which right-handed neutrinos naturally obtain electroweak-scale masses, shows a scalar spectrum which includes either the 125-GeV SM-like scalar or a scalar which is quite unlike that of the Standard Model, both of which possess signal strengths compatible with experiment. [...]
Published in Nuclear Physics B 896 (2015) 611-656 10.1016/j.nuclphysb.2015.05.007
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