LHC, new physics and neutrinos
March 22, 2017
June 20, 2017
Models of neutrino mass generation constitute well motivated scenarios of Beyond-the-Standard-Model physics. The interplay between high energy collider physics and low energy searches provides us with an effective approach to rule out, constrain and pinpoint such models. In this report, we give a brief overview of examples where collider searches at the LHC can help determine the mechanism of light neutrino mass generation and potentially falsify baryogenesis mechanisms.
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