Lepton Mixing Predictions from (Generalised) CP and Discrete Flavour Symmetry

@inproceedings{Neder2015LeptonMP,
  title={Lepton Mixing Predictions from (Generalised) CP and Discrete Flavour Symmetry},
  author={Thomas Neder},
  year={2015}
}
An important class of flavour groups that are subgroups of U(3) and that predict experimentally viable lepton mixing parameters including Majorana phases, is the Δ(6n2) series. The most well-known member is Δ(24) = S4. I present results of several extensive studies of lepton mixing predictions obtained in models with a Δ(6n2) flavour group that preserve either the full Klein symmetry or a Z2 subgroup for neutrinos and can include a generalised CP symmetry. Predictions include mixing angles and… 
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