Testing the Zee-Babu model via neutrino data, lepton flavour violation and direct searches at the LHC
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Testing the Zee-Babu model via neutrino data, lepton flavour violation and direct searches at the LHC

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Herrero García, Juan Andrés; Nebot Gómez, Miguel; Rius Dionis, Nuria Perfil; Santamaria, Arcadi Perfil
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In this talk we discuss how the Zee-Babu model can be tested combining information from neutrino data, low-energy experiments and direct searches at the LHC. We update previous analysis in the light of the recent measurement of the neutrino mixing angle θ13 [1], the new MEG limits on μ→eγ [2], the lower bounds on doubly-charged scalars coming from LHC data [3, 4], and, of course, the discovery of a 125 GeV Higgs boson by ATLAS and CMS [5, 6]. In particular, we find that the new singly- and doubly-charged scalars are accessible at the second run of the LHC, yielding different signatures depending on the neutrino hierarchy and on the values of the phases. We also discuss in detail the stability of the potential.

    Herrero García, Juan Andrés; Nebot Gómez, Miguel; Rius Dionis, Nuria; Santamaria, Arcadi (2016) Testing the Zee-Babu model via neutrino data, lepton flavour violation and direct searches at the LHC Nuclear and Particle Physics Proceedings 273-275 1678 1684
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.nuclphysbps.2015.09.271

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