Heavy Majorana Neutrino Phenomenology in the Inverse Seesaw

28 Aug 2015, 16:30
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Flavor Violation Theory and Experiment Flavor Violation


Xabier Marcano (IFT-UAM/CSIC)


Within low scale seesaw mechanism, in contrast to standard type-I seesaw, one can get compatible with data light neutrinos with the addition of low scale heavy Majorana neutrinos that can still have large Yukawa couplings, leading to new potentially interesting phenomenology. Taking the Inverse Seesaw model as an explicit realization of this kind of models, we study different aspects of this phenomenology, including processes with Lepton Flavor Violation and possible signal at the LHC. We also comment on the enhanced LFV rates in the SUSY version of this model.

Primary authors

Cedric Weiland (IFT UAM/CSIC) Ernesto Arganda (Universidad de Zaragoza) Xabier Marcano (IFT-UAM/CSIC) maria herrero (Universidad Autonoma de Madrid)

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