Time and date:  Tuesday, February 2nd @ 16:00 (CET)

Speaker: Matheus Hostert (University of Minnesota & Perimeter Institute)

Title: A Dark Seesaw at Low Energy Experiments

Abstract: Generic dark sectors can have a rich interplay with the origin of neutrino masses. In this talk, I will discuss an example, where heavy neutrinos in a low-scale seesaw are part of a secluded U(1)' sector. The interplay between the dark photon, heavy neutrinos, and scalars leads to a set of unexplored signatures in neutrino scattering, e+e− colliders, and kaon decay experiments. I will highlight applications of a renormalizable model to low-energy anomalies, including MiniBooNE and the (g-2) of the muon.

Slides: files/hidden_mhostert.pdf 

Video:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fJZeOc-cV0Q&list=PL8qaKDyx77Z2s7HrTROgoKguzyHG23a4n&index=8

 

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