|DATE||July 26 (Thu), 2018|
|INSTITUTE||Technische Universit?t Dresden|
|TITLE||Phenomenology of SUSY with continuous R-Symmetry|
Usually, SUSY models like the MSSM are constrained by R-parity. Alternatively, it is possible to require invariance under a continuous U(1) R-symmetry. This higher symmetry leads to particular properties which distinguish R-symmetric SUSY models from the usual MSSM. Most notably, gauginos are Dirac instead of Majorana particles, and gauge bosons have additional, scalar superpartners. In this talk a wide range of phenomenological properties of the minimal R-symmetric supersymmetric standard model (MRSSM) is discussed. It turns out that rather light SUSY particles are compatible with LHC data, with the Higgs boson mass measurement, with electroweak precision constraints, and with dark matter, making the MRSSM an attractive alternative to the MSSM.