Non-Relativistic Supersymmetry and its Spontaneous Breaking
OKC/Nordita High-Energy Physics Theory seminar
Monday 06 March 2017
to 14:15 at
Nordita East Building
Adiel Meyer (LMU Munich)
In this work we study the classical and quantum properties of non-relativistic supersymmetric models in which both fermionic and bosonic fields carry only one time derivative in their kinetic terms. The model studied was achieved by taking the non- relativistic limit of the relativistic 3 + 1 dimensional supersymmetric model which contains two Chiral superfields. We study the pattern of spontaneous breaking of supersymmetry in various models and analyze the spectrum. We also study the quantum corrections and show that supersymmetry is conserved while scale invariance is broken quantum mechanically.