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Lepton Flavour Violation in minimal grand-unified type II seesaw models

@inproceedings{Calibbi2022LeptonFV,
  title={Lepton Flavour Violation in minimal grand-unified type II seesaw models},
  author={Lorenzo Calibbi and Xiyuan Gao},
  year={2022}
}
We revisit minimal non-supersymmetric models of SU (5) Grand Unification with the type II seesaw mechanism as the origin of neutrino masses. Imposing the requirement of gauge coupling unification and the proton lifetime bounds, we perform a Bayesian fit and obtain robust quantitative information on the mass scales of the beyond the Standard Model particles. We then study lepton-flavour-violating (LFV) processes induced by the type II scalar triplet and its SU (5) partners, showing that the… 

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