Aug 5 – 10, 2019
Westin Harbour Castle, Toronto Canada
America/Toronto timezone

Electric Dipole Moments From Dark Sectors

Aug 8, 2019, 11:15 AM
12m
Parallel Session talk Outreach & Theory (Parallel)

Speaker

Shohei Okawa (University of Victoria)

Summary

We examine the sensitivity of electric dipole moments (EDMs) as precision observables for new CP-violating physics in a hidden (or dark) sector. Assuming that the dominant mediation channel is via one or more of the vector, Higgs or neutrino portals, we examine the leading EDM contributions. The dominant contributions arise at two-loop order, and EDMs can provide sensitivity to portal couplings that is complementary to direct probes at the intensity frontier or high energy colliders. In particular, we identify a significant two-loop contribution to the electron EDM, mediated through the singlet (Higgs plus neutrino) portal, for which EDMs already provide new and complementary sensitivity in the regime of large singlet neutrino masses.

Primary author

Shohei Okawa (University of Victoria)

Co-authors

Maxim POSPELOV (University of Victoria (CA)) Adam Ritz

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