Tamar Kashti

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We show that soft supersymmetry breaking terms involving the heavy sneutrinos can lead to sneutrino-antisneutrino mixing and to new sources of CP violation, which are present even if a single generation is considered. These terms are naturally present in supersymmetric versions of leptogenesis scenarios, and they induce indirect CP violation in the decays(More)
Soft supersymmetry breaking terms involving heavy singlet sneutrinos can be the dominant source of leptogenesis. The relevant range of parameters is different from standard leptogenesis: a lighter Majorana mass, M . 10 GeV (allowing a solution of the gravitino problem), and smaller Yukawa couplings, YN . 10 . We investigate whether the various couplings of(More)
We briefly summarize our study on anisotropy of Ultra-High Energy Cosmic-Rays (UHECRs), in which we define a statistics that measures the correlation between UHECRs and Large Scale Structure (LSS). We also comment here on recently published paper by Koers and Tinyakov that compared our statistics to improved KS statistics.
Electromagnetic (and adiabatic) energy losses of pi's and mu's modify the flavor ratio (measured at Earth) of neutrinos produced by pi decay in astrophysical sources, Phi v: phi v mu: phi v tau, from 1:1:1 at low energy to 1:1.8:1.8 at high energy. The transition occurs over 1-2 decades of v energy, and is correlated with a modification of the neutrino(More)
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