Daniel E. Lopez Fogliani

CONICET Researcher (permanent full-time)

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Astroparticle And Particle Physics

Research area: Particle physics and high energies

  • Supersymmetric Standard Model Phenomenology
  • Dark Matter
  • Neutrino Physics
  • Collider Physics
  • Supersymmetry and Supergravity

Interests

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Permanent full-time CONICET researcher at IFIBA/DF (UBA & CONICET).
Associate Professor at “Pontificia Universidad Católica Argentina”, UCA.
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I have formed the Astroparticle and Particle Physics Group, APgroup, at IFIBA/DF (UBA & CONICET)
webpage: http://apgroup.df.uba.ar/

The group is devoted to the theoretical search for new physics of particles and fundamental interactions. The group research topics includes Physics Beyond the Standard Model: Supersymmetric Standard Model Phenomenology, Dark Matter, Neutrino Physics, Collider Physics, Supersymmetry and Supergravity.

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Selected publications

Author with more than 30 publications in international journals, more than 600 citations, h number greater than 14.
The SCOPUS and inSPIRE databases indicate respectively:
SCOPUS: h=15 more than 600 citations
InSPIRE: h=18 more than 1000 citations

Below I am mentioning the article were we have proposed the model known as ''$\mu$-from-$\nu$ supersymmetric standard model'', $\mu\nu$SSM, and a recent short review (40 pages) about the model:

- The $\mu$-from-$\nu$ supersymmetric standard model was proposed in Daniel E. Lopez-Fogliani and C. Muñoz, "Proposal for a Supersymmetric Standard Model", Phys. Rev. Lett. 97 041801 (2006) [arXiv: hep-ph/0508297].

- D. E. Lopez-Fogliani and C. Muñoz, ''Searching for Supersymmetry: The $\mu\nu$SSM, Eur. Phys. J. Spec. Top. 229, 3263–3301 (2020) '' [arXiv:2009.01380 [hep-ph]], short review prepared by invitation for EPJ Special Topics on "Supersymmetry and Unification" -edited by U. Chattopadhyay.

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News: On April 7, 2022, CDF TEVATRON Fermilab, shows a significant discrepancy between the mass of the W boson predicted by the standard model, SM, and the experimental value. A very complex analysis has been carried out, with many possible explanations for the discrepancy (for instance, incorrect estimation of errors). One possible explanation is new physics, and in particular it could be explained by the simplest supersymmetric extensions of the SM.

News: On April 7, 2021, with the new Fermilab result, a discrepancy at the 4.2 sigma level was found between the experimental value and the prediction of the standard model for the anomalous magnetic moment of the muon arXiv:2104.03281.
As a follow up of our previous arXiv:1912.04163 ( Eur.Phys.J.C ) in arXiv: 2104.03294 (Eur.Phys.J.C) we have shown how to explain the new experimental results in the context of the $\mu\nu$SSM.
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