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Duality in Left-Right Symmetric Seesaw Mechanism. Michele Frigerio Service de Physique Théorique, CEA/Saclay. in collaboration with Evgeny Kh. Akhmedov Phys. Rev. Lett. 96, 061802 (2006) [hep-ph/0509299] & in preparation. Rencontres de Physique des Particules

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### Duality in Left-Right Symmetric Seesaw Mechanism

Michele Frigerio

Service de Physique Théorique, CEA/Saclay

in collaboration withEvgeny Kh. Akhmedov

Phys. Rev. Lett. 96, 061802 (2006) [hep-ph/0509299]

& in preparation

Rencontres de Physique des Particules

March 3, 2006 - Institut Henri Poincaré

Pati, Salam,

Mohapatra,

Senjanovic,

Georgi,

Fritzsch,

Minkowski

Left-Right gauge symmetry:

SU(2)L x SU(2)R x U(1)B-L SU(2)L x U(1)Y

extensions: SU422, SO(10) , …

• Leptons: L = (L lL)T Lc = (Rc lRc)T

• Yukawa couplings:

• VEVs: - vR = <DR0> breaks SU221 into SU21

• v = <F0> breaks SU21 into U(1)em

• vL = <DL0> v2/vR is induced by EW breaking

• Mass matrix in (L, Rc) basis:

f determines heavy n masses and mixing

f directly contributes to light n masses

• Seesaw mechanisms:

• v << vR (Type I seesaw)

• vL << v (Type II seesaw)

Minkowski, Gell-Mann, Ramond, Slansky,

Yanagida, Glashow, Mohapatra, Senjanovic

Magg, Wetterich, Lazarides, Shafi,

Mohapatra, Senjanovic, Schecter, Valle

• Effective mass matrix of light neutrinos:

Type I and II contributions are strictly intertwined.

• Seesaw explains (i) smallness of n mass; (ii) baryogenesis via leptogenesis

• Left-Right models (i) incorporate naturally RH neutrinos; (ii) explain maximal parity violation

• Several completely realistic models (for unification, fermion masses, p-decay, …) do not contain sources of n mass other than type I and II seesaw (fermion triplets, double seesaw, radiative mechanisms, extra dimensions, …)

• Supersymmetry can be easily incorporated. If only (B - L)-even Higgs bosons acquire VEVs, then R-parity is automatically unbroken.

Let us take the LR seesaw formula seriously!

• v2 = (174 GeV)2 (EWSB)

• 0  vL GeV (  ≈ - 2 vL2 / v2 )

• TeV vR MPl (no RH weak currents)

• 0 (m)ij  eV: partially known from oscillations data

• 0 yij 1 : in general unknown Yukawa couplings, but

• Minimal SUSY LR: y = tan  ye

• Minimal SO(10): y = yu

• Seesaw + mSUGRA: yij << 1 to suppress, e.g.,   

• 0 fij 1 : completely unknown Yukawa couplings

Bottom-up approach: what is the structure of the matrix f ?

To what extent we can reconstruct the seesaw heavy sector ?

Non-linear matrix equation in f Multiple solutions Different structures of f are viable physical options

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Duality: f solution if and only if f is

• One generation: f 2- (mn/vL) f - v2y2/(vLvR) = 0  f= f±

• Three generations: f= f1± , … , f4± 4 pairs of dualf structures reproduce the same m

Suppose type II dominates:

Suppose type I dominates:

LR-symmetry  y = yTduality holds  fII + fI = m

fII is a solution if and only if fI is!

If in a model f = fII, there is always another model

where f = fI (with the same values for vL,R, mn, y)

Tribimaximal mixing:

tan2 q23 = 1

tan2 q12 = 0.5

tan2 q13 = 0

No CP violation

Eigenvalues: -0.1, 0.2, 0.9

Normal hierarchy with Dm2sol / Dm2atm = 0.038

EX

EX

TH

vLvR = v2 (natural when scalar potential couplings are of order 1)

Neglect CKM-like rotations (both charged lepton and neutrino Yukawa couplings diagonal in the same basis)

y1 = 10-2 y2 = 10-1 y3 = 1 (inter-generation hierarchy slightly weaker than for charged fermions)

There are 4 dual pairs of

f structures such that:

Consider a given pair of dual solutions:

Seesaw Duality:

Dual structure is hierarchical,

with dominant 33-entry;

small 2-3 mixing

f4 structure has dominant 23-block;

large (but non-maximal) 2-3 mixing

One seesaw type dominance in m12, m22, m23 :

type II in the case of f4, type I in the dual.

Mixed seesaw in m11, m13, m33 .

• Identification of flavorsymmetries in the structures of f.

• Radiative stability of the LR seesaw formula:

• Running below the LR-symmetry breaking scale

• Baryogenesis via Leptogenesis: lepton asymmetry from the decays of nR or DL

• The matrix f determines masses and mixingof nR’s as well as couplingsof DL to leptons

• Each solution for f leads to different asymmetry

• More options for model-building

• Different forms off available to accommodate n mass

• Extra symmetries of the model as selection criterion

• Neutrino mass inLeft-Right symmetric models

• Analysis of the LR symmetric seesaw formula

• 8 structures of f reproduce the same mn and y

• Duality among solutions: f  (mn / vL - f)

• Criteria to identify the dominant seesaw type

• General analytic method to solve for f

• Spin-off both in phenomenology and theory

M.Frigerio &E. Kh. Akhmedov,PRL 96, 061802 (2006)

[hep-ph/0509299] and in preparation