Muon g-2 in Light of LHC and DM Experiments
AbstractWe revisit and compare the muon g-2 implications of two classes of SUSY GUTs models in which the non-universal boundary conditions are
imposed at M_GUT. Even though the solutions to the muon g-2 discrepancy can be accommodated in both classes, the probe for such solutions
at the current LHC and DM experiments can be challenging when the models are setup in a flavor universal way. On the other hand, when the
flavor non-universal models are considered, the implications for muon g-2 can be extended to a wider parameter space, and they can be
probed through the several experiments such as at LHC through the electroweakino productions, or decay modes of the heavy Higgs bosons.
They can yield interesting phenomenology to be tested in the DM experiments as well.
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