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# Schmidt, Ivan

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Schmidt, Ivan

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Campus Casa Central Valparaíso

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7103297631

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- PublicationBounds on lepton flavor violating physics and decays of neutral mesons from τ (μ) →3â.,", â.,"γγ -decays(2019-02-01)
; ;Gutsche, Thomas ;Kovalenko, Sergey G. ;Lyubovitskij, Valery E.We study two- and three-body lepton flavor violating (LFV) decays involving leptons and neu- tral vector bosons V = ρ0, ω, φ, J/ψ, Υ, Z0, as well as pseudoscalar P = π0, η, η′, ηc and scalar S = f0(500), f0(980), a0(980), χc0(1P ) mesons, without referring to a specific mechanism of LFV realization. In particular, we relate the rates of the three-body LFV decays τ (μ) → 3`, where ` = μ or e, to the two-body LFV decays (V, P ) → τ μ(τ e, μe), where V and P play the role of intermediate resonances in the decay process τ (μ) → 3`. From the experimental upper bounds for the branching ratios of τ (μ) → 3` decays, we derive upper limits for the branching ratios of (V, P ) → τ μ(τ e, μe). We compare our results to the available experimental data and known theoretical upper limits from previous studies of LFV processes and find that some of our limits are several orders of magnitude more stringent. Using the idea of quark-hadron duality, we extract limits on various quark-lepton dimension-six LFV operators from data on lepton decays. Some of these limits are either new or stronger than those existing in the literature. - PublicationProbing the Dirac or Majorana nature of the heavy neutrinos in pure leptonic decays at the LHC(2018-03-01)
;Arbelaéz, Carolina; ; Vasquez, Juan CarlosWe propose a strategy for distinguishing the Dirac / Majorana character of heavy neutrinos with masses below the W boson mass, using purely leptonic decays at the LHC. The strategy makes use of a forward-backward asymmetry of the opposite charge lepton in the W+→l+l+l′−ν decay. In order to check the experimental feasibility of the model, we show, through a numerical analysis, that in the decay W+→e+e+μ−ν the two positrons in the final state can be distinguished for different ranges of the heavy neutrino masses. Finally, we estimated the number of events of W+→e+e+μ−ν for a Dirac and Majorana N neutrino. For an integrated luminosity of 120 fb−1 at LHC RUN II, signals can be found if heavy-to-light neutrino mixings are |UNμ|^2,|UNe|^2≳10−6. - PublicationQuasi-Dirac neutrinos in the linear seesaw model(2022-02-21)
;Arbeláez, C.; ;Monsálvez-Pozo, K.We implement a minimal linear seesaw model (LSM) for addressing the Quasi-Dirac (QD) behaviour of heavy neutrinos, focusing on the mass regime of MN . MW . Here we show that for relatively low neutrino masses, covering the few GeV range, the same-sign to opposite-sign dilepton ratio, R`` , can be anywhere between 0 and 1, thus signaling a Quasi-Dirac regime. Particular values of R`` are controlled by the width of the QD neutrino and its mass splitting, the latter being equal to the light-neutrino mass mν in the LSM scenario. The current upper bound on mν1 together with the projected sensitivities of current and future |UN` | 2 experimental measurements, set stringent constraints on our low-scale QD mass regime. Some experimental prospects of testing the model by LHC displaced vertex searches are also discussed. - PublicationA renormalizable left-right symmetric model with low scale seesaw mechanisms(2022-03-01)
; We propose a low scale renormalizable left-right symmetric theory that successfully explains the observed SM fermion mass hierarchy, the tiny values for the light active neutrino masses and is consistent with the lepton and baryon asymmetries of the Universe, the muon and electron anomalous magnetic moments as well as with the constraints arising from the meson oscillations. In the proposed model the top and exotic quarks obtain masses at tree level, whereas the masses of the bottom, charm and strange quarks, tau and muon leptons are generated from a tree level Universal Seesaw mechanism, thanks to their mixings with the charged exotic vector like fermions. The masses for the first generation SM charged fermions arise from a radiative seesaw mechanism at one loop level, mediated by charged vector like fermions and electrically neutral scalars. The light active neutrino masses are produced from a one-loop level inverse seesaw mechanism mediated by electrically neutral scalar singlets and right handed Majorana neutrinos. Our model is also consistent with the experimental constraints arising from the Higgs diphoton decay rate as well as with the constraints arising from charged lepton flavor violation. We also discuss the and heavy scalar production at a proton-proton collider.