- Conference date: 5–10 June 2008
- Location: Boston (Massachusetts)
Dynamical supersymmetry breaking is an important issue for applications of supersymmetry in particle physics. The functional renormalization group equations allow for a nonperturbative approach that leaves supersymmetry intact. Therefore they offer a promising tool to investigate dynamical supersymmetry breaking. Here we will employ this method to derive the phase diagram and a surprisingly rich RG fixed‐point structure with corresponding critical exponents for the Wess‐Zumino model in two dimensions.
- Phase diagrams
- Functional equations
- Particle physics
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