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Testing neutrino mass generation mechanism at the electron positron collider

Jul 7, 2020, 3:30 PM
Short Talks Session EF08+09+10+02+07: BSM EF08+09+10+02+07


Dr Arindam Das (Osaka University) Arindam Das (KIAS, KNRC, SNU)


The neutrino oscillation experiment has clearly pointed out that the Standard Model neutrinos have tiny masses and their flavors are mixed. There are a plenty of models which explain the mechanism of the generation of the neutrino mass. In this talk we will discuss about the simple neutrino mass generation process at the TeV scale which is often called the seesaw mechanism and its testability at the high energy colliders.

Primary author

Dr Arindam Das (Osaka University)

Presentation Materials