From topological insulator to weak scale flavor physics



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Abstract

In this talk, I will start with
briefly introducing some universal physics behind quantum hall and topological
insulator , which inspired a BSM flavor model. It intimately relates
deconstructed little Higgs to flavor structure: fermion masses, CKM etc.
 This new cousin of little Higgs, we call it little flavor, shares a 10-20
Tev cut-off scale with little Higgs, so as to explain flavor structure at
surprisingly low scale without rising FCNC problem.