Right Handed Neutrinos Searches At The Collider And Its Implication In The Intensity Frontier

Dr. Arindam Das (host Zhang), Korea Institute of Advanced Study
October 26, 2017 at 3:00 pm
241 Compton
Event Description 

The existence neutrino mass and flavor mixings have been verified by several neutrino oscillation experiments. Such results can not be explained by the Standard Model (SM). As a result we need to extend the SM. Seesaw mechanism is probably the simplest way to explain the neutrino mass and flavor mixings which allows us to extend the SM using the SM-singlet Right Handed Neutrino (RHN). In this talk we will discuss about such simple models which can explain the neutrino mass generation mechanism. We will also discuss the possible ways to test such models through the distinguishing signals at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at the 13 TeV. We will also briefly discuss the applicability of such models in the intensity frontier to study the phenomenon like leptogenesis.

Coffee: 2:45 pm, 241 Compton