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Neutrino masses from Planck-scale lepton number breaking

24 Jul 2018, 14:50
20m
Plaza 8

Plaza 8

Speaker

Dr Takashi Toma (Technical University of Munich)

Description

We consider an extension of the Standard Model by right-handed neutrinos and we argue that, under plausible assumptions, a neutrino mass of O(0.1)eV is naturally generated by the breaking of the lepton number at the Planck scale, possibly by gravitational effects, without the necessity of introducing new mass scales in the model. Some implications of this framework are also briefly discussed.

Parallel Session BSM aspects of Flavour and Neutrino Physics

Primary authors

Prof. Alejandro Ibarra (Technical University of Munich) Mr Patrick Strobl (Technical University of Munich) Dr Takashi Toma (Technical University of Munich)

Presentation materials