Academic Staff and Fellows
- OMURA Yuji
- Lecturer Doctor of Science
- Department/Science Graduate school/Science
We study a lot of new physics possibilities motivated by mysteries in our universe and discuss which models are realistic to explain the latest experimental results. We explore for unknown physics beyond the Standard Model of elementary particle.
|Research Area||Theoretical Particle Physics|
|Teaching (Undergraduate Course)||Introduction to Physics and Exercise
Modern Physics IV
Synthetic Seminar I
|Teaching (Graduate Course)||Theory of elementary particle standard model
Theory of high-energy physics
Elementary particle phenomenology
|Research Interests||Phenomenology of the extended Standard Model
Flavor physics and LHC physics
Grand Unified Theory
Physics of dark matter
 `` Relaxed fine-tuning in models with non-universal gaugino masses,'' Phys. Rev. D76, 015002 (2007) with H. Abe and T. Kobayashi.
 ``Top forward-backward asymmetry and the CDF Wjj excess in leptophobic U(1)' flavor models,'' Phys. Rev. D 85, 115010 (2012) with P. Ko and C. Yu.
 ``Lepton-flavor-violating Higgs decay h to mu tau and muon anomalous magnetic moment in a general two Higgs doublet model,'' JHEP 1505, 028 (2015) with E. Senaha and K. Tobe.
 ``Dark matter physics, flavor physics and LHC constraints in the dark matter model with a bottom partner,'' JHEP 1703, 058 (2017) with T. Abe, J. Kawamura and S. Okawa.
|Affiliated Academic Societies||The Physical Society of Japan|
|Title of Thesis, Institute, Date||Supersymmetry breaking,R-symmetry,and conformal dynamics、
Kyoto Univ.、2009 March
|Biography||2008 Research Fellow of the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (DC2, PD)
2010 Research Fellow of Korea Institute Advanced Study (KIAS)
2012 Research Fellow of Technische Universitat Munchen (TUM)
2014 Nagoya Univ.
2019 Kindai Univ.
Theoretical Particle Physics Laboratory
|Office Location||Building 31, 5th floor|