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The evolution of neutrino masses and mixings in the 5D MSSM

A. S. Cornell A. Deandrea 1 Lu-Xin Liu A. Tarhini 2
1 Théorie
IP2I Lyon - Institut de Physique des 2 Infinis de Lyon
Abstract : We consider a five-dimensional Minimal Supersymmetric Standard Model compactified on a S1/Z2 orbifold, and study the evolution of neutrino masses, mixing angles and phases for different values of tan beta and different radii of compactification. We consider the usual four dimensional Minimal Supersymmetric Standard Model limit plus two extra-dimensional scenarios: where all matter superfields can propagate in the bulk, and where they are constrained to the brane. We discuss in both cases the evolution of the mass spectrum, the implications for the mixing angles and the phases. We find that a large variation for the Dirac phase is possible, which makes models predicting maximal leptonic CP violation especially appealing.
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A. S. Cornell, A. Deandrea, Lu-Xin Liu, A. Tarhini. The evolution of neutrino masses and mixings in the 5D MSSM. The European Physical Journal Plus, Springer, 2013, 128, pp.6. ⟨10.1140/epjp/i2013-13006-4⟩. ⟨in2p3-00722268⟩



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