Articles written in Pramana – Journal of Physics
Volume 55 Issue 1-2 July 2000 pp 335-345
Debajyoti Choudhury Rahul Sinha S Arunagiri Gautam Bhattacharyya Debrupa Chakraverty Debajyoti Choudhury Amitava Datta Anindya Datta Aseskrishna Datta Amol Dighe Dilip Kumar Ghosh Anjan Giri Stephen King Anirban Kundu Rukmani Mohanta Biswarup Mukhopadhyaya Sreerup Raychaudhuri Saurabh Rindani Probir Roy DP Roy Sourov Roy AI Sanda Nita Sinha Rahul Sinha K Sridhar H Yamamoto
This report summarises the work done during WHEPP-6 (Institute of Mathematical Sciences, Chennai, India, Jan 3–15, 2000) in Working group on ‘
Volume 67 Issue 4 October 2006 pp 607-615 Working Group 1: Collider Physics
We present a review of extra-dimensional models that have implications for physics at the TeV scale. An exposition of the models is followed by a discussion of the collider phenomenology.
Volume 67 Issue 4 October 2006 pp 617-637 Working Group 1: Collider Physics
Sunanda Banerjee Rohini M Godbole Sreerup Raychaudhuri Ben Allanach Sunanda Banerjee Satyaki Bhattacharyya Debajyoti Choudhury Siba Prasad Das Anindya Datta Rohini M Godbole Monoranjan Guchait Sabine Kraml Gobinda Majumdar David Miller Margarete Mühlleitner Nobuchika Okada Maxim Perelstein Santosh K Rai Sreerup Raychaudhuri Saurabh D Rindani DP Roy K Sridhar Rishikesh Vaidya D Zeppenfeld
This is summary of the activities of the working group on collider physics in the IXth Workshop on High Energy Physics Phenomenology (WHEPP-9) held at the Institute of Physics, Bhubaneswar, India in January 2006. Some of the work subsequently done on these problems by the subgroups formed during the workshop is included in this report.
Volume 89 Issue 4 October 2017 Article ID 0058 Special Issue
A review of the class of models that go under the name bulk Randall–Sundrum models is presented here. The issue of localization of quantum fields in the five-dimensional bulk and the profiles of the zero modes andthe Kaluza–Klein excitations are discussed. The zero modes of these bulk fields are, in general, partially composite. The degree of compositeness of the different fields is discussed and this provides the basis for realizing a Standard Model in the bulk, albeit partially composite. The viability of this model and its extensions when confronted with electroweak precision measurements is also discussed. Two such extensions are: (1) models with a bulk custodial symmetry and (2) models with a deformed metric. The signatures of these models that we expect at collider experiments are discussed and also the search for the Kaluza–Klein excitation of the gluon as the most important of these signatures.
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