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Type II Seesaw at LHC: The Roadmap
In this Letter we revisit the type-II seesaw mechanism based on the addition of a weak triplet scalar to the standard model. We perform a comprehensive study of its phenomenology at the LHC energies,
Stable bound states of asymmetric dark matter
The simplest renormalizable effective field theories with asymmetric dark matter bound states contain two additional gauge singlet fields, one being the dark matter and the other a mediator particle
Leptogenesis as a common origin for matter and dark matter
We propose a model of asymmetric dark matter (DM) where the dark sector is an identical copy of both forces and matter of the standard model (SM) as in the mirror universe models discussed in
Long-lived Light Mediator to Dark Matter and Primordial Small Scale Spectrum
We calculate the early universe evolution of perturbations in the dark matter energy density in the context of simple dark sector models containing a GeV scale light mediator. We consider the case
Right-handed quark mixings in minimal left-right symmetric model with general CP violation
We solve systematically for the right-handed quark mixings in the minimal left-right symmetric model which generally has both explicit and spontaneous CP violations. The leading-order result has the
CP-violating phenomenology of flavor conserving two Higgs doublet models
We analyze the constraints on CP-violating, flavor conserving two Higgs doublet models implied by measurements of Higgs boson properties at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) and by the nonobservation
Hidden SU(N) glueball dark matter
We investigate the possibility that the dark matter candidate is from a pure non-Abelian gauge theory of the hidden sector, motivated in large part by its elegance and simplicity. The dark matter is
Dodelson-Widrow Mechanism in the Presence of Self-Interacting Neutrinos.
It is shown that new interactions among the active neutrinos allow these sterile neutrino interactions to make up all the DM while safely evading all current experimental bounds.