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Low Scale Left-Right Symmetry and Naturally Small Neutrino Mass

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Brdar,  Vedran
Division Prof. Dr. Manfred Lindner, MPI for Nuclear Physics, Max Planck Society;

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Smirnov,  Alexei
Division Prof. Dr. Manfred Lindner, MPI for Nuclear Physics, Max Planck Society;

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Brdar, V., & Smirnov, A. (2019). Low Scale Left-Right Symmetry and Naturally Small Neutrino Mass. Journal of high energy physics: JHEP, 2019(02): 045. doi:10.1007/JHEP02(2019)045.


Cite as: https://hdl.handle.net/21.11116/0000-0005-42C9-E
Abstract
We consider the low scale ($10$ - $100$ TeV) left-right symmetric model with
"naturally" small neutrino masses generated through the inverse seesaw
mechanism. The Dirac neutrino mass terms are taken to be similar to the masses
of charged leptons and quarks in order to satisfy the quark-lepton similarity
condition. The inverse seesaw implies the existence of fermion singlets $S$
with Majorana mass terms as well as the "left" and "right" Higgs doublets.
These doublets provide the portal for $S$ and break the left-right symmetry.
The inverse seesaw allows to realize a scenario in which the large lepton
mixing originates from the Majorana mass matrix of $S$ fields which has certain
symmetry. The model contains heavy pseudo-Dirac fermions, formed by $S$ and the
right-handed neutrinos, which have masses in the $1$ GeV - $100$ TeV range and
can be searched for at current and future colliders such as LHC and FCC-ee as
well as in SHiP and DUNE experiments. Their contribution to neutrinoless double
beta decay is unobservable. The radiative corrections to the mass of the Higgs
boson and the possibility for generating the baryon asymmetry of the Universe
are discussed. Modification of the model with two singlets ($S_L$ and $S_R$)
per generation can provide a viable keV-scale dark matter candidate.