Speaker: 
Marco Drewes
Speaker affiliation: 
Technische Universität München
Date: 
Friday, October 23, 2015 - 13:00
Room: 
TBA
Title: 
Leptogenesis at colliders and a sterile neutrino flavour puzzle
Abstract: 
Right handed neutrinos with Majorana masses below the electroweak scale can simultaneously explain the observed neutrino oscillations and the baryon asymmetry of the universe in the minimal type-I seesaw model. They can be searched for at existing or proposed experiments, including LHCb, BELLE II, ATLAS, CMS, FCC-ee, CEPC and SHiP. The corner in parameter space where lepton number is approximately conserved and the mixing with electron flavour is small turns out to be interesting from a cosmological as well as experimental viewpoint. It remains to be seen how this can be motivated from a top-down approach, and whether there may be a connection to the active neutrinos flavour puzzle.