# Teppei Kitahara - Univ. of Tokyo

## Contact Details

NameTeppei Kitahara |
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AffiliationUniv. of Tokyo |
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CityBunkyō-ku |
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CountryJapan |
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## Pubs By Year |
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## Pub CategoriesHigh Energy Physics - Phenomenology (20) High Energy Physics - Experiment (10) Nuclear Theory (1) |

## Publications Authored By Teppei Kitahara

Recent calculations have pointed to a 2.8 $\sigma$ tension between data on $\epsilon^{\prime}_K / \epsilon_K$ and the standard-model (SM) prediction. Several new physics (NP) models can explain this discrepancy, and such NP models are likely to predict deviations of $\mathcal{B}(K\to \pi \nu \overline{\nu})$ from the SM predictions, which can be probed precisely in the near future by NA62 and KOTO experiments. Read More

The Standard-Model (SM) prediction for the CP-violating quantity $\epsilon_K^{\prime}/\epsilon_K$ deviates from its measured value by 2.8 $\sigma$. It has been shown that this tension can be resolved within the Minimal Supersymmetric Standard Model (MSSM) through gluino-squark box diagrams, even if squarks and gluinos are much heavier than 1 TeV. Read More

New physics contributions to the $Z$ penguin are revisited in the light of the recently-reported discrepancy of the direct CP violation in $K\to\pi\pi$. Interference effects between the standard model and new physics contributions to $\Delta S = 2$ observables are taken into account. Although the effects are overlooked in the literature, they make experimental bounds significantly severer. Read More

The quantities $\epsilon_K^\prime$ and $\epsilon_K$ measure the amount of direct and indirect CP violation in $K\to \pi\pi$ decays, respectively. Using the recent lattice results from the RBC and UKQCD Collaborations and a new compact implementation of the $\Delta S=1$ renormalization group evolution we predict $ \mbox{Re}\, \frac{\epsilon_{K}'}{\epsilon_{K}} = \left(1.06 \pm 5. Read More

Using the recent first lattice results of the RBC-UKQCD collaboration for $K \to \pi\pi$ decays, we perform a phenomenological analysis of $\epsilon_K^{\prime}/\epsilon_K$ and find a discrepancy between SM prediction and experiments by $\sim 3\,\sigma$. We discuss an explanation by new physics. The well-understood value of $\epsilon_K$, which quantifies indirect $CP$ violation, however, typically prevents large new physics contributions to $\epsilon_K^{\prime}/\epsilon_K$. Read More

The observation of a protophobic 16.7 MeV vector boson has been reported by a $^8$Be nuclear transition experiment. Such a new particle could mediate between the Standard Model and a dark sector, which includes the dark matter. Read More

The standard analytic solution of the renormalization group (RG) evolution for the $\Delta S = 1$ Wilson coefficients involves several singularities, which complicate analytic solutions. In this paper we derive a singularity-free solution of the next-to-leading order (NLO) RG equations, which greatly facilitates the calculation of $\epsilon_K^{\prime}$, the measure of direct $CP$ violation in $K\to \pi\pi$ decays. Using our new RG evolution and the latest lattice results for the hadronic matrix elements, we calculate the ratio $\epsilon_{K}^{\prime}/\epsilon_{K}$ (with $\epsilon_{K}$ quantifying indirect $CP$ violation) in the Standard Model (SM) at NLO to $\epsilon_{K}^{\prime}/\epsilon_{K} = (1. Read More

Recent progress in the determination of hadronic matrix elements has revealed a tension between the measured value of $\epsilon_K^{\prime}/\epsilon_K$, which quantifies direct $CP$ violation in $K \to \pi\pi$ decays, and the Standard-Model prediction. The well-understood indirect $CP$ violation encoded in the quantity $\epsilon_K$ typically precludes large new-physics contributions to $\epsilon_K^{\prime}/\epsilon_K$ and challenges such an explanation of the discrepancy. We show that it is possible to cure the $\epsilon_K^{\prime}/\epsilon_K$ anomaly in the Minimal Supersymmetric Standard Model with squark masses above 3 TeV without overshooting $\epsilon_K$. Read More

Recently the ATLAS experiment has reported 3.0 sigma excess in an on-Z signal region in searches for supersymmetric particles. We find that the next-to-minimal supersymmetric standard model can explain this excess by the production of gluinos which mainly decay via $\tilde{g} \to g \tilde{\chi}^0_{2,3} \to g Z \tilde{\chi}^0_{1}$ where $\tilde{\chi}^0_{2,3}$ and $\tilde{\chi}^0_1$ are the Higgsino and the singlino-like neutralinos, respectively. Read More

The nearly Minimal Supersymmetric Standard Model (nMSSM) is one of the promising models of the new physics, since this model can avoid hierarchy problem, mu problem, cosmological domain wall problem, and tadpole problem simultaneously. In this thesis, we consider the phenomenology of the nMSSM. Especially, we focus on the phenomenology of the dark matter and the baryon asymmetry in the universe generated by the electroweak baryogenesis mechanism. Read More

Motivated by ATLAS diboson excess around 2 TeV, we investigate a phenomenology of spin-1 resonances in a model where electroweak sector in the SM is weakly coupled to strong dynamics. The spin-1 resonances, W' and Z', are introduced as effective degrees of freedom of the dynamical sector. We explore several theoretical constraints by investigating the scalar potential of the model as well as the current bounds from the LHC and precision measurements. Read More

The Bethe-Salpeter equation in the diquark channel is investigated by employing the Dyson-Schwinger method together with the Munczek-Nemirovsky model. The novelty of our study is a resummation of completely crossed ladder diagrams in the Bethe-Salpeter kernel. These diagrams are enhanced due to their color factors in the diquark channel, but not in the meson channel. Read More

We propose a new electroweak baryogenesis scenario in high-scale supersymmetric (SUSY) models. We consider a singlet extension of the minimal SUSY standard model introducing additional vector-like multiplets. We show that the strongly first-order phase transition can occur at a high temperature comparable to the soft SUSY breaking scale. Read More

We consider a singlino Dark Matter (DM) scenario in a singlet extension model of the Minimal Supersymmetric Standard Model, which is so-called the Nearly MSSM (nMSSM). We find that with high-scale supersymmetry breaking the singlino can obtain a sizable radiative correction to the mass, which opens a window for the DM scenario with resonant annihilation via the exchange of the Higgs boson. We show that the current DM relic abundance and the Higgs boson mass can be explained simultaneously. Read More

We study future prospects of the stau which contributes to the Higgs coupling to di-photon. The coupling is sensitive to new physics and planned to be measured at percent levels in future colliders. We show that, if the excess of the coupling is measured to be larger than 4 %, the lightest stau is predicted to be lighter than about 200 GeV by taking vacuum meta-stability conditions into account. Read More

We calculate all gauge invariant Barr-Zee type contributions to fermionic electric dipole moments (EDMs) in the two-Higgs doublet models (2HDM) with softly broken Z2 symmetry. We start by studying the tensor structure of h to VV' part in the Barr-Zee diagrams, and we calculate the effective couplings in a gauge invariant way by using the pinch technique. Then we calculate all Barr-Zee diagrams relevant for electron and neutron EDMs. Read More

We study the possibility to determine the supersymmetric (SUSY) contribution to the muon anomalous magnetic dipole moment by using ILC measurements of the properties of superparticles. Assuming that the contribution is as large as the current discrepancy between the result of the Brookhaven E821 experiment and the standard-model prediction, we discuss how and how accurately the SUSY contribution can be reconstructed. We will show that, in a sample point, the reconstruction can be performed with the accuracy of ~ 13 % with the center-of-mass energy 500 GeV and the integrated luminosity ~ 500-1000 fb-1. Read More

We study SUSY models in which Bino contributions solve the muon g-2 anomaly. The contributions are enhanced by large left-right mixing of the smuons. However, it is constrained by the vacuum stability condition of the slepton--Higgs potential. Read More

The ATLAS and the CMS collaborations have presented results which show an excess of the Higgs to diphoton decay channel. In the Minimal Supersymmetric Standard Model (MSSM), this situation can be achieved by a light stau and a large left-right mixing of the staus. However, this parameter region is severely constrained by vacuum stability. Read More

**Affiliations:**

^{1}Univ. of Tokyo

**Category:**High Energy Physics - Phenomenology

The ATLAS and CMS collaborations discovered a new boson particle. If the new boson is the Higgs boson, the diphoton signal strength is 1.5 - 1. Read More