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Test of dynamical symmetry breaking / Technicolor at LHC, FCC / CERN
5th floor conference room (KISTI)
5th floor conference room
Test of dynamical symmetry breaking / Technicolor at LHC, FCC @ CERN1h
The global elementary particle Physics community has a consensus for the Weinberg- Glashow – Salam’s “ standard model “ after their winning the Nobel Physics Prize ( 1973) for the study of ‘electroweak interaction’ in which a single fundamental ‘ Higgs scalar field ‘ particle, as the ‘ Goldstone boson ‘ particle, plays a central role such as unification of EM and weak interactions and the generation of masses for all the particles involved .
This Nobel Physics Prize winning “ standard model “, therefore, involves a single fundamental ‘ Higgs scalar field ‘ particle which dominates over other spinor and vector field particles. A well- known character of theoretical Physics community, however, is that they would like to simplify and unify the contents and structure of a Physics theory! Along this line, a Young theoretical particle Physicist ; Dr. Leonard Susskind ( who was a post doc. Fellow at the time and a faculty member at Stanford univ. Now ) “ exclusively “ invented and suggested via the publication ; Dynamical Symmetry Breaking/ Technicolor Model / theory in chich a single fundamental ‘ Higgs scalar field ‘ particle, as the ‘ Goldstone boson ‘ particle, is Now ; identified with a “ composite “ scalar field made up of ‘ fermion – anti fermion bound state ( a reminiscence of e- & e+ Cooper pair in the superconductivity … ) ! In order to make it work, he invented / introduced a new strong interaction. That bounds fermion – anti fermion pair and coined his new strong interaction; Technicolor theory / Techni quark. His new strong interaction, however, ‘ scales up ‘ all the energy scale of established strong interaction, QCD by the factor “ 10^ 3 “ and hence at the time he invented and published it, it could NOT be tested by particle collider experiments where the available “ center – of – mass “ collision energy scale was just ; ~ 100 ( GeV ) = 10 ^ 12 ( ev ) … Ever since Prof. Leonard Susskind’s exclusive challenge of this “ new strong interaction “ , ~ 40 years have gone by and Now the available “ center – of – mass “ collision energy scale has risen up to ~ 100 ( TeV ) = 10 ^ 14 ( ev ) at LHC, FCC / CERN and thus Now Prof. Leonard Susskind’s exclusive challenge of this “ new strong interaction “ , becomes “ testable “ and hence I would like to ‘revisit ‘ this Dynamical Symmetry Breaking/ Technicolor model/ theory , and suggest to examine/ test its ‘validity’ at LHC, FCC / CERN by applying for a research programme ( 3 ~ 5 years ) in the CERN Theoretical Physics Department (CERN-TH) of which missions are: Develop new theoretical ideas aimed at understanding the fundamental constituents and forces of nature. Develop their relevance for the experimental programme of CERN and to take full advantage of the stimulating environment of a large laboratory. Contribute to the general scientific culture at CERN through active participation in the various training programmes and promotion of scientific events on site.