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Department of Mathematical Sciences

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Centre for Particle Theory Colloquia: Neutrinos and the Baryon asymmetry

Presented by Sacha Davidson (Durham),

11 February 2003 16:00 in CLC 202

"Beyond-the-Standard-Model-physics is required to accomodate neutrino masses and the excess of matter over antimatter observed in the Universe (baryon asymmetry). These data can be fit by the supersymmetric seesaw, a theoretically attractive extension of the Standard Model which induces neutrino masses, a baryon asymmetry and lepton flavour violation (eg mu --> e gamma). I will consider the question: ``can the baryon asymmetry produced in the SUSY seesaw be predicted from laboratory observations?''

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