Department of Theoretical Physics
University of Vienna



December 01 - 03, 2006





W. Kilian (DESY):


What could there be besides supersymmetry?



Despite the fact that supersymmetry is an elegant way to solve several of the open questions in TeV-scale particle physics, it is by no means a unique solution. I will give an overview on different explanations for the observed structure of particles and interactions, ranging from the old idea of a Higgless Standard Model (technicolor), recently revived in the context of extra dimensions, to topcolor and Little-Higgs models that provide a rich spectrum of new states in the TeV range.

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