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Particle Physics and Cosmology of the Invisible Sector

TBA 31 JAN 20213 AM
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Abstract: In this talk, I will discuss some aspects of neutrinos in particle physics and cosmology, in particular its relation to the dark matter problem. After a brief review of the standard model of particle physics and Cosmology, I will describe classes of models where neutrino mass is generated at the loop level, and hence, addressing the smallness of neutrino masses and the origin of dark matter. Then,   I  will  discuss  their  phenomenology   at  current   and   future particles   colliders;   and   their   cosmological   implications.   Before giving some future perspectives, I will consider a study example (the scot genic model); and show how these models can be probed at colliders.

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