SARAH

From superpotential to model files for FeynArts and CalcHep/CompHep. SARAH is a Mathematica package for building and studying supersymmetric models. It calculates for a given superpotential and gauge sector the full Lagrangian of a model. With the new version of SARAH it is possible to calculate automatically all interactions for the different eigenstates and write model files for FeynArts and CompHep/CalcHep. In addition, the tadpole equations are calculated, gauge fixing terms can be given and ghost interactions are added, particles can be integrated out and non-supersymmetric limits of the theory can be chosen. CP and flavor violation can easily be switched on or off.


References in zbMATH (referenced in 57 articles , 3 standard articles )

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  1. Kim, Jong Soo; López-Fogliani, Daniel E.; Perez, Andres D.; de Austri, Roberto Ruiz: The new ((g -2)_\mu) and right-handed sneutrino dark matter (2022)
  2. Anders Eller Thomsen: RGBeta: A Mathematica Package for the Evaluation of Renormalization Group Beta-Functions (2021) arXiv
  3. Betancur, Amalia; Palacio, Guillermo; Rivera, Andrés: Inert doublet as multicomponent dark matter (2021)
  4. Biekötter, Thomas; Heinemeyer, Sven; No, José Miguel; Olea, María Olalla; Weiglein, Georg: Fate of electroweak symmetry in the early universe: non-restoration and trapped vacua in the N2HDM (2021)
  5. Ema, Yohei; Mukaida, Kyohei; van de Vis, Jorinde: Renormalization group equations of Higgs-(R^2) inflation (2021)
  6. Hiçyılmaz, Yaşar; Moretti, Stefano; Solmaz, Levent: Family non-universal (\mathrmU(1)’) model with minimal number of exotics (2021)
  7. Kannike, Kristjan; Loos, Kaius; Marzola, Luca: Minima of classically scale-invariant potentials (2021)
  8. Steudtner, Tom: Towards general scalar-Yukawa renormalisation group equations at three-loop order (2021)
  9. Costantini, Antonio; Ghezzi, Margherita; Pruna, Giovanni Marco: Theoretical constraints on the Higgs potential of the general 331 model (2020)
  10. Krämer, Michael; Summ, Benjamin; Voigt, Alexander: Completing the scalar and fermionic universal one-loop effective action (2020)
  11. Renato M. Fonseca: GroupMath: A Mathematica package for group theory calculations (2020) arXiv
  12. Thomas Biekötter: munuSSM: A python package for the u-from-v Supersymmetric Standard Model (2020) arXiv
  13. Thomas Deppisch, Florian Herren: RGE++ : A C++ library to solve renormalisation group equations in quantum field theory. (2020) arXiv
  14. Caputo, Andrea: Radiative axion inflation (2019)
  15. Oredsson, Joel; Rathsman, Johan: (\mathbbZ_2) breaking effects in 2-loop RG evolution of 2HDM (2019)
  16. Schienbein, Ingo; Staub, Florian; Steudtner, Tom; Svirina, Kseniia: Revisiting RGEs for general gauge theories (2019)
  17. Araz, Jack Y.; Corcella, Gennaro; Frank, Mariana; Fuks, Benjamin: Loopholes in (Z’) searches at the LHC: exploring supersymmetric and leptophobic scenarios (2018)
  18. Corcella, Gennaro; Corianò, Claudio; Costantini, Antonio; Frampton, Paul H.: Exploring scalar and vector bileptons at the LHC in a 331 model (2018)
  19. Hiçyılmaz, Yaşar; Solmaz, Levent; Tanyıldızı, Şükrü Hanif; Ün, Cem Salih: Least fine-tuned (\operatornameU(1)) extended SSM (2018)
  20. Li, Chuang; Zhu, Bin; Li, Tianjun: Naturalness, dark matter, and the muon anomalous magnetic moment in supersymmetric extensions of the standard model with a pseudo-Dirac gluino (2018)

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Further publications can be found at: http://sarah.hepforge.org/References