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# Carcamo Hernández, Antonio

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Carcamo Hernández, Antonio

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Campus Casa Central Valparaíso

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- PublicationMuon anomalies and the SU (5) Yukawa relations(2019-05-01)
; King, Stephen F.We show that, within the framework of SU(5) Grand Unified Theories (GUTs), multiple vector-like families at the GUT scale which transform under a gauged U(1)′ (under which the three chiral families are neutral) can result in a single vector-like family at low energies which can induce non-universal and flavourful Z′ couplings, which can account for the B physics anomalies in RK(∗). In such theories, we show that the same muon couplings which explain RK(∗) also correct the Yukawa relation Ye=YTd in the muon sector without the need for higher Higgs representations. To illustrate the mechanism, we construct a concrete a model based on SU(5)×A4×Z3×Z7 with two vector-like families at the GUT scale, and two right-handed neutrinos, leading to a successful fit to quark and lepton (including neutrino) masses, mixing angles and CP phases, where the constraints from lepton flavour violation require Ye to be diagonal.Scopus© Citations 10 - PublicationA common framework for fermion mass hierarchy, leptogenesis and dark matter(2024-08-01)
;Arbeláez, Carolina; ; ;Contreras, Patricio Escalona ;K. N, VishnudathIn this work, we explore an extension of the Standard Model designed to elucidate the fermion mass hierarchy, account for the dark matter relic abundance, and explain the observed matter-antimatter asymmetry in the universe. Beyond the Standard Model particle content, our model introduces additional scalars and fermions. Notably, the light active neutrinos and the first two generations of charged fermions acquire masses at the one-loop level. The model accommodates successful low-scale leptogenesis, permitting the mass of the decaying heavy right-handed neutrino to be as low as 10 TeV. We conduct a detailed analysis of the dark matter phenomenology and explore various interesting phenomenological implications. These include charged lepton flavor violation, muon and electron anomalous magnetic moments, constraints arising from electroweak precision observables, and implications for collider experiments. - PublicationNeutrino predictions from a left-right symmetric flavored extension of the standard model(2019-02-01)
; ;Valle, José W.F.; Vaquera-Araujo, C. A.Abstract We propose a left-right symmetric electroweak extension of the Standard Model based on the Δ (27) family symmetry. The masses of all electrically charged Standard Model fermions lighter than the top quark are induced by a Universal Seesaw mechanism mediated by exotic fermions. The top quark is the only Standard Model fermion to get mass directly from a tree level renormalizable Yukawa interaction, while neutrinos are unique in that they get calculable radiative masses through a low-scale seesaw mechanism. The scheme has generalized μ − τ symmetry and leads to a restricted range of neutrino oscillations parameters, with a nonzero neutrinoless double beta decay amplitude lying at the upper ranges generically associated to normal and inverted neutrino mass ordering.Scopus© Citations 25 - PublicationA common framework for fermion mass hierarchy, leptogenesis and dark matter(2024-08-01)
; ; ; ;Contreras, Patricio Escalona ;K. N, VishnudathIn this work, we explore an extension of the Standard Model designed to elucidate the fermion mass hierarchy, account for the dark matter relic abundance, and explain the observed matter-antimatter asymmetry in the universe. Beyond the Standard Model particle content, our model introduces additional scalars and fermions. Notably, the light active neutrinos and the first two generations of charged fermions acquire masses at the one-loop level. The model accommodates successful low-scale leptogenesis, permitting the mass of the decaying heavy right-handed neutrino to be as low as 10 TeV. We conduct a detailed analysis of the dark matter phenomenology and explore various interesting phenomenological implications. These include charged lepton flavor violation, muon and electron anomalous magnetic moments, constraints arising from electroweak precision observables, and implications for collider experiments. - PublicationFermion masses and mixings and some phenomenological aspects of a 3-3-1 model with linear seesaw mechanism(2019-11-26)
; ;Pérez-Julve, Nicolás A.Hidalgo Velásquez, YocelyneWe propose a viable theory based on the SU(3)C×SU(3)L×U(1)X gauge group supplemented by the S4 discrete group together with other various symmetries, whose spontaneous breaking gives rise to the current SM fermion mass and mixing hierarchy. In the proposed theory the small light active neutrino masses are generated from a linear seesaw mechanism mediated by three Majorana neutrinos. The model is capable of reproducing the experimental values of the physical observables of both quark and lepton sectors. Our model is predictive in the quark sector having 9 effective parameters that allow to successfully reproduce the four CKM parameters and the six Standard Model (SM) quark masses. In the SM quark sector, there is particular scenario, motivated by naturalness arguments, which allows a good fit for its ten observables, with only six effective parameters. We also study the single heavy scalar production via gluon fusion mechanism at proton-proton collider. Our model is also consistent with the experimental constraints arising from the Higgs diphoton decay rate.Scopus© Citations 20 - PublicationFermion mass and mixing in a low-scale seesaw model based on the S4 flavor symmetry(2019-11-15)
;Vien, V. V. ;Long, H. N.Abstract We construct a low-scale seesaw model to generate the masses of active neutrinos based on $S_4$ flavor symmetry supplemented by the $Z_2 \times Z_3 \times Z_4 \times Z_{14}\times U(1)_L$ group, capable of reproducing the low-energy Standard Model (SM) fermion flavor data. The masses of the SM fermions and the fermionic mixing parameters are generated from a Froggatt–Nielsen mechanism after spontaneous breaking of the $S_4\times Z_2 \times Z_3 \times Z_4 \times Z_{14}\times U(1)_L$ group. The obtained values for the physical observables of the quark and lepton sectors are in good agreement with the most recent experimental data. The leptonic Dirac CP-violating phase $\delta _\mathrm{CP}$ is predicted to be $259.579^\circ$ and the predictions for the absolute neutrino masses in the model can also saturate the recent constraints.Scopus© Citations 10 - PublicationThree-loop inverse scotogenic seesaw models(2024-05-01)
;Abada, Asmaa ;Bernal, Nicolás; ; de Melo, Téssio B.Abstract We propose a class of models providing an explanation of the origin of light neutrino masses, the baryon asymmetry of the Universe via leptogenesis and offering viable dark matter candidates. In these models the Majorana masses of the active neutrino are generated by the inverse seesaw mechanism with the lepton number violating right-handed Majorana neutrino masses μ arising at three loops. The latter is ensured by the preserved discrete symmetries, which also guarantee the stability of the dark matter candidate. We focus on one of these models and perform a detailed analysis of the phenomenology of its leptonic sector. The model can successfully accommodate baryogenesis through leptogenesis in both weak and strong washout regimes. The lightest heavy fermion turns out to be a viable dark matter candidate, provided that the entries of the Majorana submatrix μ are in the keV to MeV range. The solutions are consistent with the experimental constraints, accommodating both mass orderings for active neutrinos, in particular charged-lepton flavor violating decays μ → eγ, μ → eee, and the electron-muon conversion processes get sizable rates within future sensitivity reach. - 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.