Carlos Tamarit

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Phd: Universidad Complutense de Madrid 2007

Area of Research:
Phone: x6474

Research Interests

Physics beyond the Standard Model, with emphasis on naturalness, supersymmetry, dark matter, theory and phenomenology.

Positions Held

  • 2009-2011 Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics, University of California at Santa Barbara, Fulbright postdoctoral fellow

Recent Publications

  • M. Pospelov, C. Tamarit, Lifshitz-sector mediated SUSY breaking, JHEP01(2014)048, arXiv: 1309.5569
  • C. Tamarit, Running couplings with a vanishing scale anomaly, JHEP12 (2013) 098, arXiv: 1309.0913
  • C. Tamarit, I. Yavin, The magnetic dipole moment of neutral particles from quantum corrections at two-loop order, Phys. Rev. D88 (2013) 035017, arXiv: 1305.2951
  • C. Tamarit, Large, negative threshold contributions to light soft masses in Effective SUSY scenarios, Phys.Rev. D86 (2012) 115003, arXiv: 1206.6140
  • C. Tamarit, Decoupling heavy sparticles in Effective SUSY scenarios: Unification, Higgs masses and tachyon bounds, Journal of High Energy Physics, Volume 2012, Number 6 (2012), 80, arXiv: 1204.2645
  • C. Tamarit, Decays of metastable vacua in SQCD, JHEP 1106 (2011) 126, arXiv: 1105.3222
  • Sakura Schafer-Nameki, Carlos Tamarit, Gonzalo Torroba, A Hybrid Higgs, JHEP 1103 (2011) 113, arXiv: 1005.0841
  • Sakura Schafer-Nameki, Carlos Tamarit, Gonzalo Torroba, Naturalness from runaways in direct mediation, Phys.Rev. D83 (2011) 035016, arXiv: 1011.0001
  • C. Tamarit, Noncommutative GUT inspired theories with U(1), SU(N) groups and their renormalisability, Phys.Rev. D81 (2010) 025006, arXiv: 0910.5195
  • C.P. Martin, C. Tamarit, Renormalisability of noncommutative GUT inspired field theories with anomaly safe groups, JHEP 0912 (2009) 042, arXiv: 0910.2677
  • C.P. Martin, C. Tamarit, Noncommutative N=1 super Yang-Mills, the Seiberg-Witten map and UV divergences, JHEP 0911 (2009) 092, arXiv: 0907.2437
  • C.P. Martin, C. Tamarit, Noncommutative GUT inspired theories and the UV finiteness of the fermionic four point functions, Phys.Rev. D80 (2009) 06502, arXiv: 0907.2464
  • Carlos Tamarit, Josip Trampetic, Noncommutative fermions and quarkonia decay, Phys.Rev. D79 (2009) 025020, arXiv: 0812.1731
  • C.P. Martin, C. Tamarit, The Seiberg-Witten map and supersymmetry, JHEP 0811 (2008) 087, arXiv: 0809.2684
  • C.P. Martin, C. Tamarit, Renormalisability of the matter determinants in noncommutative gauge theory in the enveloping-algebra formalism, Phys.Lett. B658 (2008) 170-173, arXiv: 0706.4052
  • C.P. Martin, D. Sanchez-Ruiz, C. Tamarit, The Noncommutative U(1) Higgs-Kibble model in the enveloping-algebra formalism and its renormalizability, JHEP 0702 (2007) 065, hep-th/0612188
  • C.P. Martin, C. Tamarit, Monopoles, noncommutative gauge theories in the BPS limit and some simple gauge groups, JHEP 0701 (2007) 100, hep-th/0610115
  • C.P. Martin, C. Tamarit, Noncommutative QCD, first-order-in-theta-deformed instantons and 't Hooft vertices, JHEP 0602 (2006) 066, hep-th/0512016
  • C.P. Martin, C. Tamarit, The U(1)a anomaly in noncommutative SU(N) theories, Phys.Rev. D72 (2005) 085008, hep-th/0503139
  • C.P. Martin, C. Tamarit, Noncommutative SU(N) theories, the axial anomaly, Fujikawa's method and the Atiyah-Singer index, Phys.Lett. B620 (2005) 187-194, hep-th/0504171
  • C. Tamarit, Decoupling heavy sparticles in hierarchical SUSY scenarios: Two-loop Renormalization Group equations, arXiv: 1204.2292

Seminars

  • Running couplings with a vanishing scale anomaly, University of Victoria, BC, Canada
  • SUSY 2012, Beijing: Decoupling heavy particles in Effective SUSY scenarios: unification, Higgs masses and tachyon bounds.
  • Naturalness from runaways in direct mediation, King's College London, United Kingdom
  • Naturalness from runaways in direct mediation, Caltech, USA
  • Naturalness from runaways in direct mediation, KITP, Santa Barbara, USA
  • Renormalisability of the matter determinants in noncommutative gauge theory in the enveloping-algebra formalism, Rudjer Boskovic Institute, Zagreb, Croatia
  • Comments on non-perturbative effects in noncommutative N=1 supersymmetric gauge theories, Bayrischzell workshop: Noncommutativity and physics, Bayrischzell, Germany
  • Properties of noncommutative gauge theories defined by means of the Seiberg-Witten map, University of California at San Diego, USA
  • One loop renormalisability of noncommutative gauge theories defined by means of Seiberg-Witten maps, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India
  • Non-renormalisability of the Higgs-Kibble model in the enveloping algebra approach, Conference: Noncommutative space-time geometries, Alessandria, Italy