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Simple extensions of the SM

This is a collection of models that are simple bottom-up extensions of the SM, obtained by adding a set of new particles and or interations to the Standard Model.

Available models

Model Short Description Contact Status
Higgs effective theory An add-on for the SM implementation containing the dimension 5 gluon fusion operator. C. Duhr Available
4th generation modelA fourth generation model including a t' and a b' C. Duhr Available
Standard model + Scalars The SM, together with a set of singlet scalar particles coupling only to the SM Higgs, and allowing it to decay invisibly into this new scalar sector. C. Duhr Available
Hidden Abelian Higgs ModelA Z' model where the Z' interacts with the SM through mixings, leading to very small non-SM like Z' couplings. C. Duhr Available
Hill ModelA model with an unusual extension of the SM Higgs sector.P. de Aquino, C. Duhr Available
The general 2HDMThe most general 2HDM, including all flavor violation and mixing terms.C. Duhr, M. Herquet Available
Triplet diquarksThe SM plus triplet diquark scalars. J. Alwall, C. Duhr Available
Sextet diquarksThe SM plus sextet diquark scalars. J. Alwall, C. Duhr Available
MonotopsThe SM plus monotop effective Lagrangian. B. Fuks Available
Type III See-Saw ModelThe SM, including neutrino masses coming from a type III See-Saw mechanism. C. Biggio, F. Bonnet Available
DY SM extensionThe SM plus new spin-0, -1, and -2 bosons that contribute to Drell-Yan production of leptons at the LHC. N. Christensen Available
Minimal Zp modelsThe minimal Z' extension of the SM.L. BassoAvailable
HiggsCharacterization?The model file for the spin/parity characterization of a 125 GeV resonance.P. de Aquino, K. Mawatari Available
VLQThe SM, plus vector-like quarks, in a model-independent framework.M. Buchkremer, G. Cacciapaglia, A. Deandrea, L. Panizzi Available