SPheno, a program for calculating supersymmetric spectra, SUSY particle decays and SUSY particle production at e+e− colliders. SPheno is a program that accurately calculates the supersymmetric particle spectrum within a high scale theory, such as minimal supergravity, gauge mediated supersymmetry breaking, anomaly mediated supersymmetry breaking, or string effective field theories. An interface exists for an easy implementation of other models. The program solves the renormalization group equations numerically to two-loop order with user-specified boundary conditions. The complete one-loop formulas for the masses are used which are supplemented by two-loop contributions in case of the neutral Higgs bosons and the μ parameter. The obtained masses and mixing matrices are used to calculate decay widths and branching ratios of supersymmetric particles as well as of Higgs bosons, b→sγ, Δρ and (g−2)μ. Moreover, the production cross sections of all supersymmetric particle as well as Higgs bosons at e+e− colliders can be calculated including initial state radiation and longitudinal polarization of the incoming electrons/positrons. The program is structured such that it can easily be extend to include non-minimal models and/or complex parameters.

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  1. Allanach, B.C.; George, Damien P.; Nachman, Benjamin: Investigating multiple solutions in the constrained minimal supersymmetric standard model (2014)
  2. Staub, Florian: SARAH 4: a tool for (not only SUSY) model builders (2014)
  3. Basso, L.; Belyaev, A.; Chowdhury, D.; Hirsch, M.; Khalil, S.; Moretti, S.; O’Leary, B.; Porod, W.; Staub, F.: Proposal for generalised supersymmetry Les Houches accord for see-saw models and PDG numbering scheme (2013)
  4. Belyaev, Alexander; Christensen, Neil D.; Pukhov, Alexander: CalcHEP 3.4 for collider physics within and beyond the standard model (2013)
  5. Eberl, Helmut; Spanos, Vassilis C.: Three-body gravitino decays in the MSSM (2013)
  6. Arbeláez, C.; Hirsch, M.; Reichert, L.: Supersymmetric mass spectra and the seesaw type-I scale (2012)
  7. Fuks, Benjamin: Beyond the minimal supersymmetric standard model: from theory to phenomenology (2012)
  8. Hirsch, M.; Malinský, M.; Porod, W.; Reichert, L.; Staub, F.: Hefty MSSM-like light Higgs in extended gauge models (2012)
  9. Brümmer, F.; Fichet, S.; Kraml, S.: The supersymmetric flavour problem in 5D GUTs and its consequences for LHC phenomenology (2011)
  10. Casas, J.Alberto; Moreno, Jesús M.; Rius, Nuria; Ruiz De Austri, Roberto; Zaldívar, Bryan: Fair scans of the seesaw. Consequences for predictions on LFV processes (2011)
  11. Debove, Jonathan; Fuks, Benjamin; Klasen, Michael: Threshold resummation for gaugino pair production at hadron colliders (2011)
  12. Merlo, Luca; Rigolin, Stefano; Zaldıvar, Bryan: Flavour violation in a supersymmetric $T^\prime$ model (2011)
  13. Staub, Florian: Automatic calculation of supersymmetric renormalization group equations and loop corrections (2011)
  14. Allanach, B.C.; Bernhard, M.A.: Including $R$-parity violation in the numerical computation of the spectrum of the minimal supersymmetric standard model: SOFTSUSY3.0 (2010)
  15. Beenakker, Wim; Brensing, Silja; Krämer, Michael; Kulesza, Anna; Laenen, Eric; Niessen, Irene: Supersymmetric top and bottom squark production at hadron colliders (2010)
  16. Bruhnke, Matthias; Herrmann, Björn; Porod, Werner: Signatures of bosonic squark decays in non-minimally flavour-violating supersymmetry (2010)
  17. Degrassi, G.; Slavich, P.: NLO QCD bottom corrections to Higgs boson production in the MSSM (2010)
  18. Esteves, J.N.; Romao, J.C.; Hirsch, M.; Vicente, A.; Porod, W.; Staub, F.: LHC and lepton flavour violation phenomenology of a left-right extension of the MSSM (2010)
  19. Kant, P.; Harlander, R.V.; Mihaila, L.; Steinhauser, M.: Light MSSM Higgs boson mass to three-loop accuracy (2010)
  20. Rosiek, J.; Chankowski, P.H.; Dedes, A.; Jäger, S.; Tanedo, P.: SUSY_FLAVOR: a computational tool for FCNC and CP-violating processes in the MSSM (2010)

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