Abstract:

Is the minimal Standard Model the unique low-energy limit of the
Minimal Supersymmetric Standard Model (MSSM)? It is well known that
the MSSM is ** not ** the
supersymmetric Minimal Standard Model because it has two Higgs doublets, not
just the one. I will explain why this statement has
implications for the Higgs sector of the MSSM far beyond those widely
understood: it can generate deviations in Higgs decay ratios, new sources of
CP violation, and most importantly, new sources of flavor-changing
neutral currents. This leads to the distinct possibility that the SUSY
Higgs sector could be discovered indirectly at the Tevatron (through
)
or at a B-factory (through
).