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Disassembling the Clockwork Mechanism

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The clockwork mechanism is a means of naturally generating exponential hierarchies in theories without significant hierarchies among fundamental parameters. In this talk, I will review the role of interactions in the clockwork mechanism, demonstrating that clockwork is an intrinsically abelian phenomenon precluded in non-abelian theories, such as Yang-Mills and gravity. I will also show that clockwork is not realized in extra-dimensional theories through purely geometric effects, but may be generated by appropriate localization of zero modes.

This talk is part of the HEP phenomenology joint Cavendish-DAMTP seminar series.

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