Minimal supersymmetric inverse seesaw: neutrino masses, lepton flavour violation and LHC phenomenology
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Hirsch, Martin; Kernreiter, T.; Romao, J. C.; Villanova del Moral, A.
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We study neutrino masses in the framework of the supersymmetric inverse seesaw model. Different from the non-supersymmetric version a minimal realization with just one pair of singlets is sufficient to explain all neutrino data. We compute the neutrino mass matrix up to 1-loop order and show how neutrino data can be described in terms of the model parameters. We then calculate rates for lepton flavour violating (LFV) processes, such as μ-> e gamma and chargino decays to singlet scalar neutrinos. The latter decays are potentially observable at the LHC and show a characteristic decay pattern dictated by the same parameters which generate the observed large neutrino angles.

    Hirsch, Martin Kernreiter, T. Romao, J. C. Villanova del Moral, A. 2010 Minimal supersymmetric inverse seesaw: neutrino masses, lepton flavour violation and LHC phenomenology Journal of High Energy Physics 2010 1 103
http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/JHEP01(2010)103

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