Technicolorful Supersymmetry and Calculable Deformations

Technicolor is as an elegant way of breaking electroweak symmetry at a dynamically generated scale. However, the simple models suffer from difficulties, both in phenomenology and calculating physical quantities in a strongly coupled theory. I will present a recently proposed minimal supersymmetric model of Technicolor. The presence of scalars helps in solving phenomenological problems and exact results in supersymmetry help in calculability. The model has no light higgs boson and the EWSB scale is generated dynamically. I will focus on an estimation of the oblique S and T parameters using a holomorphic deformation of the theory to a weakly coupled regime. The estimate implies consistent with current electroweak constraints.
hep group
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