T-2, Nuclear and Particle Physics, Astrophysics and Cosmology

Neutrino Masses, SUSY and the LHC

Seyda Ipek

Neutrino masses cannot be explained within the Standard Model. Many new physics models address this question by adding right-handed neutrinos to the SM. These right-handed neutrinos are not expected to be observed at the LHC due either to their large masses or small couplings to the SM particles. I will give a different approach, in which we account for the SM neutrino masses via a pesudo-Dirac bino in an R-symmetric SUSY model. I will also give a recast of recent LHC analyses, mainly jets+MET and leptoquark searches, for this model.


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