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The Conformal Standard Model

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The Conformal Standard Model (CSM) is a minimal extension of the Standard Model of Particle Physics based on the assumed absence of large intermediate scales between the TeV scale and the Planck scale, which incorporates only right-chiral neutrinos and a new complex scalar in addition to the usual SM degrees of freedom, but no other features such as supersymmetric partners. In this talk I will present an overview and argue that all outstanding issues of particle physics proper can in principle be solved ‘in one go’ within this framework. The main testable prediction of the model is a new and almost sterile scalar boson that would manifest itself as a narrow resonance in the TeV region.

This talk is part of the Wednesday HEP-GR Colloquium series.

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