Big-bang nucleosynthesis and Leptogenesis in CMSSM

26 Jul 2018, 14:50
Room A

Room A


Dr Joe Sato (Saitama University)


We have investigated the constrained minimal supersymmetric standard model with three right-handed Majorana neutrinos whether there still is a parameter region which is consistent with all existing experimental data/limits such as Leptogenesis and the dark matter abundance and we also can solve the Lithium problem. Using Casas-Ibarra parameterization, we have found that a very narrow parameter space of the complex orthogonal matrix elements where the lightest slepton can have a long lifetime, that is necessary for solving the Lithium problem. Further, under this condition, there is a parameter region that can give an explanation for the experimental observations. We have studied three cases of the right-handed neutrino mass ratio \mbox{\em (i)} $M_{2}=2 \times M_{1}$, \mbox{\em (ii)} $M_{2}=4 \times M_{1}$, \mbox{\em (iii)} $M_{2}=10 \times M_{1}$ while $M_{3}=40 \times M_{1}$ is fixed. We have obtained the mass range of the lightest right-handed neutrino mass that lies between $10^9$ GeV and $10^{11}$ GeV. The important result is that its upper limit is derived by solving the Lithium problem and the lower limit comes from Leptogenesis. Calculated low-energy observables of these parameter sets such as BR($\mu \to e \gamma$) is not yet restricted by experiments and will be verified in the near future. This is based on the work arXiv:1803.07686 .

Parallel Session Supersymmetry: Models, Phenomenology and Experimental Results

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Dr Joe Sato (Saitama University)


Masato Yamanaka (Kyoto Sangyo University) Takashi Shimomura (Miyazaki University) Yasutaka Takanishi (Saitama University) Munehiro Kubo (Saitama University)

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