### SUSY Breaking on the Pillow – Gaugino Mediation and Gravitino Dark Matter in an SO(10) Orbifold GUT

### Bi-large neutrino mixing and fermion mass hierarchies in nuMSSM and Beyond

### Searching visible and invisible Higgs Bosons at the LHC

at the LHC and give a short overview of the methods for discovering a standard

model Higgs Boson and measuring its properties. After this the talk will focus

on the problem of finding invisible decaying Higgs Bosons at the LHC and the

experimentel challenges in understanding the backgrounds involved in these

studies.

### Proposal for a New Supersymmetric Standard Model

### CP violation in chargino/neutralino production

with transverse beam polarization

The potential of transverse beam polarization for measuring

CP sensitive observables in chargino/neutralino

production is studied.

### Dark energy: the current status

the acceleration of our Universe. Starting from the basics of cosmology I will briefly touch upon the observational evidence for dark energy. The important part of a talk is devoted to a number of scalar field models of dark energy such as quintessence, k-essence, tachyon, phantom and ghost

condensate. Other alternatives to dark energy (e.g. modified gravity) will also be discussed.

### Dark energy in generalized theories of gravity

### Lepton Family Symmetries for Neutrino Masses and Mixing

### Constraining neutrino physics with cosmological observations

### Orbifold models with three Higgs families: phenomenological viability

### Determining Neutrino Mass Hierarchy: With and Without Matter Effect

### Flavor Effects Leptogenesis

### Phenomenological Aspects of Supernova Neutrinos

### Lepton flavour violation in supersymmetric models

### Phenomenology of supersymmetric TeV scale seesaw model

The important consequence of the model is unsuppressed sneutrino tri-linear coupling.

We discuss the implications of it to the upper bound of the lightest Higgs boson mass and also the charged Higgs boson decay process, respectively. We also discuss how to test the model in the future linear collider experiment.

### Leptonic Charged Higgs Decays in the Zee Model

SU(2) singlet scalar is a straightforward way to obtain small neutrino

masses. Within this framework we study charged Higgs decays. We focus on

a model with minimal number of parameters consistent with experimental

neutrino data. Using constraints from neutrino physics we show that the

decay rate of the lightest charged Higgs into muon neutrino, in general

is enhanced over the decay into tau neutrino. In some regions of

parameter space the charged Higgs decay into muon neutrino is the

dominant leptonic channel.

### Dynamical Dark Energy

### Unravelling the spin of the gluino at the LHC

signature can help establish the existence of a gluino at the LHC.

To unambiguously claim that we see a strongly interacting Majorana

fermion — which we could call a gluino — we need to prove that

the particle responsible for the like-sign dilepton events is a

fermion. Using only angular correlations in the same gluino decay

cascade which is used to measure its mass, we show how to

distinguish a universal extra dimensional interpretation with a

bosonic heavy gluon from supersymmetry with a fermionic gluino.

### Kinetic Brane Terms and Gauge Higgs Unification

of Gauge-Higgs unification in 6-dimensions, based on the gauge group

SU(3), which is known to predict a wrong Weinberg angle.

In order to construct a realistic model we include the effect of the

so-called Kinetic gauge terms, which allow to correct such angle.

At the same time, these terms change the predictions for the Higgs

boson mass, which nevertheless remmain in the range allowed by

electroweak precision measurements.

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