KEK Theory seminar（Dr. Norimi Yokozaki ）
We consider supersymmetric (SUSY) models for the muon g-2 anomaly, without flavor violations at the tree level. The models can avoid the stringent LHC constraints, and can explain the observed dark matter nature as well. Although the models do not induce too large flavor violating processes within the framework of minimal SUSY standard model, once we adopt a seesaw model to explain the smallness of neutrino masses and the observed baryon asymmetry through thermal Leptogenesis, lepton flavor violating (LFV) processes such as μ→eγμ→eγ and μ→eμ→e conversion are likely to be detected at future LFV experiments.