New Physics: B and L Doorways

Who: Pavel Fileviez Perez (Case Western Reserve University)
When: Monday, June 19, 2017 at 14:15
Where: The CP³ meeting room

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The great desert hypothesis in particle physics defines the relation between the electroweak scale and the high scale where an unified theory could describe physics. In this talk I review the desert hypothesis and discuss the main experimental constraints from rare decays. I present a new class of theories for the TeV scale where the desert hypothesis is not needed. The implications for cosmology, collider experiments and the unification of forces are discussed.