10-12 January 2018
Centre for Particle Theory, Durham
Europe/London timezone

Predicting the Right-Handed Neutrino Masses From the Littlest Seesaw and Leptogenesis

12 Jan 2018, 12:10
Centre for Particle Theory, Durham

Centre for Particle Theory, Durham

IPPP & Dept. Mathematical Sciences Durham University South Road Durham DH1 3LE


Mr Sam Rowley (University of Southampton)


The Littlest Seesaw model based on two right-handed neutrinos with constrained Yukawa couplings provides a highly predictive description of neutrino masses and PMNS mixing parameters. If realised at high energies there will be renormalisation group corrections to the low energy predictions, which depend on the right-handed neutrino masses. We perform a $\chi^2$ analysis to determine the right-handed neutrino masses from a four-parameter fit to the low energy neutrino parameters, also eventually taking into account leptogenesis.
What would be the preferred length of your talk? 20 minutes + questions

Primary author

Mr Sam Rowley (University of Southampton)


Prof. Steve King (University of Southampton) Ms Susana Molina-Sedgwick (University of Southampton, QMUL)

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