Higgs mass and unnatural supersymmetry

E. Bagnaschi
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Aula Consiglio (Dept. Physics, Milan U.)

The negative results of experimental searches for supersymmetry at the LHC have spurred a renewed interest in SUSY models where some or all the superpartners lie at scales much higher than the electroweak one. If these models are indeed realized in nature, the prediction for the Higgs mass will be one of the most important handle to determine the structure of the mass spectrum. In this talk we review these scenarios, discuss the techniques required to precisely compute the Higgs mass and present and discuss the latest phenomenological predictions.

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