Gordon L. Kane
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Gordon Leon Kane (born 19 January 1937) is an American theoretical physicist and winner of the 2017 J. J. Sakurai Prize for Theoretical Particle Physics.
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- There are strong reasons to expect that low energy supersymmetry is the probable outcome of experimental and theoretical progress, and that it will soon be directly experimentally confirmed. By low energy, we mean (softly) broken supersymmetry with an effective soft Lagrangian whose mass parameters are typically of order the electroweak scale but otherwise not special or constrained.
- (2000). "The Supersymmetry Soft-breaking Lagrangian — Where Experiment and String Theory Meet". arXiv preprint hep-ph/0008190. (quote on pp. 2–3)
- Actually, the situation today is surprising to many because almost all the data are in, so to speak. ... The two big gaps are what particle(s) make up the dark matter, and whether there is electroweak-scale supersymmetry.
- String theory and the real world. Morgan & Claypool Publications. 2017.
- For our next colliders the goal is to provide data for a more comprehensive theory, hopefully one that incorporates dark matter, quantum gravity, and neutrino masses and solves the hierarchy problem.
- (14 March 2019)"Column: The collider question". Physics Today.