Mr Jack Richings (Durham University)
Mr Wei Liu (UCL)
We investigate the pair-production of low mass right handed neutrino and its possible decays in a gauged $B-L$ model. The right handed neutrino of mass few tens of GeV that generates viable light neutrino masses through seesaw can lead to displaced vertices and distinctive leptonic signatures at LHC and future lepton colliders. The production of such low mass right handed neutrino...
Mr Patrick Bolton (University College London)
Beyond the intriguing anomalies at reactor and short baseline experiments, the three-neutrino mixing paradigm has been highly successful in describing the neutrino oscillation data. In order to pin down the last components of this model, long baseline experiments will attempt to determine the Dirac CP violating phase and neutrinoless double beta decay experiments will put limits on the...
Mr Tarso Franarin (King's College London)
Future neutrino detectors will obtain high-statistics data from a nearby core-collapse supernova. We study the mixing with eV-mass sterile neutrinos in a supernova environment and its effects on the active neutrino fluxes as detected by Hyper-Kamiokande and IceCube.
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...