“Yasaman Farzan”

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IPM Positions

Faculty Member , School of Physics
(2008 - Present )

Past IPM Positions

PostDoctoral Associate, School of Particles and Accelerator
(2007 - 2008)
PostDoctoral Associate, School of Physics
(2004 - 2007)


non IPM Affiliations

Simons associate member, Abdus Salam International Center for Theoretical Physics(ICTP)

Research Interests

Dark matter, neutrino physics, Supersymmetry, LHC physics

Awards

I am a PI of invisibles ( neutrinos, dark matter & dark energy physics)European network
Awards:
1) 2013 ICTP prize;
2) 2008 IUPAP Young Scientist Prize;
3) 2015 Abureihan prize of academy of science;
4) The Khwarizmi young scientist Award, 2006;
5) Winning i) honorable mention; ii) best girl student; iii) silver medal in theory
in the International physics Olympiad held in China in 1994,
6) Selected "outstanding referee" for the journals of American Physical Society.

Research Activities

Although there is compelling evidence for some form of matter in the universe generically known as dark matter, its nature is unknown. I have been interested in building dark matter models, with special focus on dark matter models that can also generate mass for neutrinos at the loop level (generically known as SLIM models). These models have a rich phenomenology with effects appearing in a myriad of experiments and observations ranging from early universe cosmology and supernova evolution to neutrino experiments and rare meson decays. While we enter the neutrino precision era, it becomes imperative to consider the possible effects of Non-Standard neutrino Interaction (NSI) with matter fields. In a series of models, I have built models for NSI. We investigate the possibility to test these models by neutrino experiments and beyond. So far the search for new physics by main detectors of the LHC, CMS and ATLAS have yielded only null results. However, it is possible that new physics involves dark sector with relatively light particles that can directly or indirectly be produced at the LHC Interaction Point in the forward direction. The so-called forward experiments such as FASER and SND@LHC are best suited to test this class of models. Since FASER? was proposed in 2019, studying the potential of this experiment and its peers and successors to search for new physics has been one of my main research interests.

Present Research Project at IPM

Non-standard neutrino Interaction (NSI), Search for new physics at DUNE and at forward experiments, Solar neutrinos with intermediate energy.

More Information

Networks and collaborations PI of the Iran node of the European networks on neutrinos, dark matter and dark energy physics INVISIBLEs, ELUSIVEs and HiDDeN sine 2012; A member of DUNE collaboration
Past Positions
ICTP junior associate member, 1 Jan 2007--31 Dec 2012;
ICTP regular associate member, 1 Jan 2016--31 Dec 2019;

Related Papers

1. Y. Farzan
The Forward Physics Facility: Sites, experiments, and physics potential
Phys. Rep. 968 (2022), 1-50  [abstract]
Code: IPM/P-2022/19
2. Y. Farzan
High-Energy and Ultra-High-Energy Neutrinos
 (Preprint) [abstract]
arXive.org link: 2203.08096 [ abs, src, ps, others], cited by
Code: IPM/P-2022/12
3. Y. Farzan
The Forward Physics Facility at the High-Luminosity LHC
 (Preprint) [abstract]
arXive.org link: 2203.05090 [ abs, src, ps, others], cited by
Code: IPM/P-2022/11
4. R.M. Abraham, J. Alvarez-Muniz, C. A. Arguelles, A. Ariga, T. Ariga, A. Aurisano, D. Autiero, M. Bishai, N. Bostan, M. Bustamante, A. Cummings, V. Decoene, A. de Gouvea, G. De Lellis, A. De Roeck, P. B. Denton, A. Di Crescenzo, M. V. Diwan, Y. Farzan, A. Fedynitch, J. L. Feng, L. J. Fields, A. Garcia, M. Vittoria Garzelli, J. Gehrlein, Ch. Glaser, K. Grzelak, S. Hallmann, J. Hewes, D. Indumathi, A. Ismail, S. Jana, Y. Seon Jeong, K. J. Kelly, S. R. Klein, F. Kling, Th. Kosc, U. Kose, D. Jason Koskinen, J. Krizmanic, J. Lazar, Y. Li, I. Martinez-Soler, I. Mocioiu, J. Nam, V. Niess, N. Otte, S. Patel, R. Petti, R. L. Prechelt, S. Prohira, M. Rajaoalisoa, M. Hall Reno, I. Safa, C. Sarasty-Segura, R. Thiru Senthil, J. Stachurska, O. Tomalak, S. Trojanowski, R. Alexandre Wendell, D. Williams, S. Wissel, B. Yaeggy, E. Zas, P. Zhelnin and J. yu Zhu
Tau Neutrinos in the Next Decade: from GeV to EeV
(2022),   [abstract]
arXive.org link: 2203.05591 [ abs, src, ps, others], cited by
Code: IPM/P-2022/10
5. C.A. Arguelles, G. Barenboim, M. Bustamante, P. Coloma, P.B. Denton, I. Esteban, Y. Farzan, E. Fernandez Martinez, D.V. Forero, A.M. Gago, T. Katori, R. Lehnert, M. RossLonergan, A.M. Suliga, Z. Tabrizi, A. Anchordoqui, K. Chakraborty, J. Conrad, A. Das, C.S. Fong, B.R. Littlejohn, M. Maltoni, D. Parno, J. Spitz, J. Tang and S. Wissel
Snowmass White Paper: Beyond the Standard Model effects on Neutrino Flavor
 (Preprint) [abstract]
arXive.org link: 2203.10811 [ abs, src, ps, others], cited by
Code: IPM/P-2022/09
6. S. Ansarifard and Y. Farzan
Neutral Exotica at FASERν and SND@LHC
JHEP 02 (2022), 049  [abstract]
arXive.org link: 2109.13962 [ abs, src, ps, others], cited by
Code: IPM/P-2021/36
7. S. Ansarifard and Y. Farzan
Excess of Tau events at SND@LHC, FASERν and FASERν2
 (Preprint) [abstract]
arXive.org link: 2112.08799 [ abs, src, ps, others], cited by
Code: IPM/P-2021/45
8. Y. Farzan
A dark matter solution for the XENON1T electron excess and the galactic center 511 keV line
 (Preprint) [abstract]
arXive.org link: 2110.07219 [ abs, src, ps, others], cited by
Code: IPM/P-2021/35
9. Y. Farzan
Hide-and-seek with cosmic tau neutrinos
 (Preprint) [abstract]
arXive.org link: 2110.07222 [ abs, src, ps, others], cited by
Code: IPM/P-2021/34
10. Y. Farzan
On the τ flavor of the cosmic neutrino flux
JHEP 07 (2021), 174  [abstract]
arXive.org link: 2105.03272 [ abs, src, ps, others], cited by
Code: IPM/P-2021/019
11. P. Bakhti, Y. Farzan and S. Pascoli
Discovery potential of FASERν with contained vertex and through-going events
JHEP 04 (2021), 075  [abstract]
arXive.org link: 2010.16312 [ abs, src, ps, others], cited by
Code: IPM/P-2020/056
12. Y. Farzan and M. Rajaee
Pico-charged particles explaining 511 keV line and XENON1T signal
Phys. Rev. D 102 (2021), 103532  [abstract]
arXive.org link: 2007.14421 [ abs, src, ps, others], cited by
Code: IPM/P-2020/044
13. P. Bakhti, Y. Farzan and S. Pascoli
Unravelling the richness of dark sector by FASERν
JHEP 10 (2020), 008  [abstract]
arXive.org link: 2006.05437 [ abs, src, ps, others], cited by
Code: IPM/P-2020/045
14. Y. Farzan
A model for lepton flavor violating non-standard neutrino interactions
Phys. Rev. B (Preprint) [abstract]
arXive.org link: 1912.09408 [ abs, src, ps, others], cited by
Code: IPM/P-2019/049
15. A. Esmaili and Y. Farzan
Explaining the ANITA events by a LeLτ gauge model
JCAP 1912 (2019), 017  [abstract]
arXive.org link: 1909.07995 [ abs, src, ps, others], cited by
Code: IPM/P-2019/038 Note: Print: 2019-12-05
16. Y. Farzan
Ultra-light scalar saving the 3+1 neutrino scheme from the cosmological bounds
Phys. Lett. B 797 (2019), 134911  [abstract]
arXive.org link: 1907.04271 [ abs, src, ps, others], cited by
Code: IPM/P-2019/036 Note: 10 October 2019
17. Y. Farzan and M. Rajaee
Dark Matter Decaying into Millicharged Particles as a Solution to AMS 02 Positron Excess
JCAP 2019 (2019),   [abstract]
arXive.org link: 1901.11273 [ abs, src, ps, others], cited by
Code: IPM/P-2019/002 Note: April 2019
18. P. B. Denton, Y. Farzan and I. M. Shoemaker
Activating the fourth neutrino of the 3+1 scheme
Phys. Rev. D 99 (2019), 035003  [abstract]
arXive.org link: 1811.01310 [ abs, src, ps, others], cited by
Code: IPM/P-2018/077 Note: 2019-02-07
19. P. Bakhti, Y. Farzan and M. Rajaee
Secret interactions of neutrinos with light gauge boson at the DUNE near detector
Phys. Rev. D 99 (2019), 055019  [abstract]
arXive.org link: 1810.04441 [ abs, src, ps, others], cited by
Code: IPM/P-2018/075 Note: Published 15 March 2019
20. Y. Farzan and S. Palomares-Ruiz
Flavor of cosmic neutrinos preserved by ultralight dark matter
Phys. Rev. D 99 (2019), 051702  [abstract]
arXive.org link: 1810.00892 [ abs, src, ps, others], cited by
Code: IPM/P-2018/074 Note: Published 21 March 2019
21. P.B. Denton, Y. Farzan and I.M. Shoemaker
Testing large non-standard neutrino interactions with arbitrary mediator mass after COHERENT data
JHEP 07 (2018), 037  [abstract]
arXive.org link: 1804.03660 [ abs, src, ps, others], cited by
Code: IPM/P-2018/046
22. Y. Farzan, M. Lindner, W. Rodejohann and X.J. Xu
Probing neutrino coupling to a light scalar with coherent neutrino scattering
JHEP 05 (2018), 066  [abstract]
arXive.org link: 1802.05171 [ abs, src, ps, others], cited by
Code: IPM/P-2018/013
23. Y. Farzan and M. Tortola
Neutrino oscillations and Non-Standard Interactions
Frontiers of Physics 6 (2018), 10  [abstract]
arXive.org link: 1710.09360 [ abs, src, ps, others], cited by
Code: IPM/P-2017/057
24. Y. Farzan and M. Rajaee
Pico-charged intermediate particles rescue dark matter interpretation of 511 keV signal
JHEP 1712 (2017), 083  [abstract]
arXive.org link: 1708.01137 [ abs, src, ps, others], cited by
Code: IPM/P-2017/034
25. P. Bakhti and Y. Farzan
Constraining secret gauge interactions of neutrinos by meson decays
Phys. Rev. D 95 (2017), 095008  [abstract]
Code: IPM/P-2017/033
26. Y. Farzan
Viable models for large non-standard neutrino interaction
( In: Nufact 2016 held in Quy Nhon, Vietnam)
[abstract]
Code: IPM/P-2016/044
27. Y. Farzan and J. Heeck
Neutrinophilic nonstandard interactions
Phys. Rev. D 94 (2016), 053010  [abstract]
Code: IPM/P-2016/043
28. P. Bakhti and Y. Farzan
CP-Violation and Non-Standard Interactions at the MOMENT
JHEP 1607 (2016), 109  [abstract]
Code: IPM/P-2016/023
29. Y. Farzan and M. Shoemaker
Lepton Flavor Violating Non-Standard Interactions via Light Mediators
JHEP 1607 (2016), 033  [abstract]
Code: IPM/P-2016/022
30. Y. Farzan and S. Hannestad
Neutrinos secretly converting to lighter particles to please both KATRIN and the cosmos
JCAP 058 (2016), 1602  [abstract]
Code: IPM/P-2015/048
31. Y. Farzan
A model for large non-standard interactions of neutrinos leading to the LMA-Dark solution
Phys. Lett. B 748 (2015), 311�??315  [abstract]
Code: IPM/P-2015/047
32. P. Bakhti, Y. Farzan and T. Schwetz
Revisiting the quantum decoherence scenario as an explanation for the LSND anomaly
JHEP 05 (2015), 007  [abstract]
Code: IPM/P-2015/046
33. Y. Farzan
Two-loop snail diagrams: relating neutrino masses to dark matter
JHEP 05 (2015), 029  [abstract]
arXive.org link: 1412.6283 [ abs, src, ps, others], cited by
Code: IPM/P-2015/045
34. Y. Farzan and A. Rezaei Akbarieh
Decaying Vector Dark Matter as an Explanation for the 3.5 keV Line from Galaxy Clusters
 (Preprint) [abstract]
arXive.org link: 1408.2950 [hep-ph] [ abs, src, ps, others], cited by
Code: IPM/P-2014/053
35. P. Bakhti and Y. Farzan
Measuring Dirac CP-violating phase with intermediate energy beta beam facility
Eur. Phys. J. C 74 (2014), 2777  [abstract]
Code: IPM/P-2014/020
36. Y. Farzan and S. Palomares-Ruiz
Dips in the Diffuse Supernova Neutrino Background
JCAP 1406 (2014), 014  [abstract]
arXive.org link: 1401.7019 [hep-ph] [ abs, src, ps, others], cited by
Code: IPM/P-2014/018
37. P. Bakhti and Y. Farzan
Shedding light on LMA-Dark solar neutrino solution by medium baseline reactor experiments: JUNO and RENO-50
JHEP 1407 (2014), 64  [abstract]
Code: IPM/P-2014/017
38. J.M. Cline, Y. Farzan, Z. Liu, G.D. Moore and W. Xue
3.5 keV X-rays as the "21 cm line" of dark atoms, and a link to light sterile neutrinos
Phys. Rev. D 89 (2014), 121302  [abstract]
Code: IPM/P-2014/016
39. Y. Farzan and A. Rezaei Akbarieh
Natural explanation for 130 GeV photon line within vector boson dark matter model
Phys. Lett. B 724 (2013), 84  [abstract]
arXive.org link: 1211.4685 [hep-ph] [ abs, src, ps, others], cited by
Code: IPM/P-2014/021
40. P. Bakhti and Y. Farzan
Constraining Super-light Sterile Neutrino Scenario by JUNO and RENO-50
JHEP 1310 (2013), 200  [abstract]
Code: IPM/P-2014/019
41. Y. Farzan, S. Pascoli and M. Schmidt
Recipes and Ingredients for Neutrino Mass at Loop Level
JHEP 03 (2013), 107  [abstract]
Code: IPM/P-2012/028
42. Y. Farzan
Lepton Flavor Violation Shedding Light on CP-Violation
 (Books) [abstract]
Code: IPM/P-2012/059
43. A. Esmaeili and Y. Farzan
Implications of the Pseudo-Dirac Scenario for Ultra High Energy Neutrinos from GRBs
JCAP 1212 (2012), 014  [abstract]
arXive.org link: 1208.6012 [ abs, src, ps, others], cited by
Code: IPM/P-2012/035
44. Y. Farzan and A. Rezaei Akbarieh
A model for Vector Dark Matter
JCAP 10 (2012), 026  [abstract]
arXive.org link: 1207.4272 [hep-ph] [ abs, src, ps, others], cited by
Code: IPM/P-2012/034
45. Y. Farzan and E. Ma
Dirac Neutrino Mass Generation from Dark Matter
Phys. Rev. D 86 (2012), 033007  [abstract]
arXive.org link: 1204.4890 [hep-ph] [ abs, src, ps, others], cited by
Code: IPM/P-2012/033
46. M. Hirsch, D. Meloni, S. Morisi, S. Pastor, E. Peinado, J.W.F.. Valle, A. Adulpravitchai, D. Aristizabal Sierra, F. Bazzocchi, G. Bhattacharyya, G. Blankenburg, M. S. Boucenna, I. de Medeiros Varzielas, M. Diaz, G. Jun Ding, J. N. Esteves, Y. Farzan, S. Garcia Saenz, W. Grimus, C. Hagedorn, J. Jones-Perez, Anjan S. Joshipura, A. Kadosh, K. Kadota, S. Kang, J. Kersten, B. Koch, Martin B. Krauss, Ph. Leser, P. Otto Ludl, V. Maurer, L. Merlo, G. Panotopoulos, A. Papa, H. Pas, Ketan M. Patel, W. Rodejohann, U. J. Saldana Salazar, H. Serodio, Y. Shimizu, M. Spinrath, E. Stamou, H. Sugiyama, M. Taoso, T. Toma and L. Velasco-Sevilla
Proceedings of the first workshop on Flavor Symmetries and consequences in Accelerators and Cosmology (FLASY2011)
( In: )
[abstract]
arXive.org link: 1201.5525 [hep-ph] [ abs, src, ps, others], cited by
Code: IPM/P-2011/059
47. Y. Farzan
Flavoring Monochromatic Neutrino Flux from Dark Matter Annihilation
JHEP 1202 (2012), 091  [abstract]
arXive.org link: 1111.1063 [hep-ph] [ abs, src, ps, others], cited by
Code: IPM/P-2012/032
48. Y. Farzan
Strategies to Link Tiny Neutrino Masses with Huge Missing Mass of the Universe
Int. J. Mod. Phys. A 26 (2011), 2461  [abstract]
arXive.org link: 1106.2948 [hep-ph] [ abs, src, ps, others], cited by
Code: IPM/P-2011/058
49. A. Esmaili and Y. Farzan
A Novel Method to Extract Dark Matter Parameters from Neutrino Telescope Data
JCAP 1104 (2011), 007  [abstract]
arXive.org link: 1011.0500 [hep-ph] [ abs, src, ps, others], cited by
Code: IPM/P-2011/057
50. Y. Farzan
A Framework to Simultaneously Explain Tiny Neutrino Mass and Huge Missing Mass Problem of the Universe
Mod. Phys. Lett. A 25 (2010), 2111-2120  [abstract]
arXive.org link: arXiv:1009.1234 [ abs, src, ps, others], cited by
Code: IPM/P-2010/037
51. Y. Farzan and M. Hashemi
SLIM at LHC: LHC Ssearch Power for a Model Linking Dark Matter and Neutrino Mass
 (Preprint) [abstract]
arXive.org link: arXiv:1009.0829 [ abs, src, ps, others], cited by
Code: IPM/P-2010/036
52. Y. Farzan, S. Pascoli and M.A. Schmidt
A Leptophilic Model Explaining Neutrino Masses and Dark Matter
JHEP (Accepted) [abstract]
arXive.org link: arXiv:1005.5323 [ abs, src, ps, others], cited by
Code: IPM/P-2010/035
53. Y. Farzan and S. Najjari
Extracting the CP-Violating Phases of Trilinear R-Parity Violating Couplings from μ→ eee
Phys. Lett. B 690 (2010), 48-56  [abstract]
arXive.org link: arXiv:1001.3207 [ abs, src, ps, others], cited by
Code: IPM/P-2010/001
54. A. Esmaili and Y. Farzan
On the Oscillation of Neutrinos Produced by the Annihilation of Dark Matter Inside the Sun
Phys. Rev. D 81 (2010), 113010  [abstract]
arXive.org link: arXiv:0912.4033 [ abs, src, ps, others], cited by
Code: IPM/P-2009/055
55. Y. Farzan
Information on CP-Violating Phases as a Bonus in the Searches for the Lepton Flavor Violating Processes
Int. J. Mod. Phys. A 24 (2009), 3403-3413  [abstract]
Code: IPM/P-2009/057
56. Y. Farzan
A Minimal Model Linking Two Great Mysteries: Neutrino Mass and Dark Matter
Phys. Rev. D 80 (2009), 073009  [abstract]
arXive.org link: arXiv:0908.3729 [ abs, src, ps, others], cited by
Code: IPM/P-2009/038
57. A. Esmaili and Y. Farzan
An Analysis of Cosmic Neutrinos: Flavor Composition at Source and Neutrino Mixing Parameters
Phys. Lett. B 821 (2009), 197-214  [abstract]
arXive.org link: arXiv:0905.0259 [ abs, src, ps, others], cited by
Code: IPM/P-2009/016
58. Y. Farzan
Measuring CP-Violating Phases through Studying the Polarization of the Final Particles in μ→ eee
Phys. Lett. B 677 (2009), 282-290  [abstract]
arXive.org link: lanl.arXiv.org [ abs, src, ps, others], cited by
Code: IPM/P-2009/006
59. S.Y. Ayazi and Y. Farzan
A Window on The CP-Violating Phases of MSSM from Lepton Flavor Violating Processes
JHEP 01 (2009), 022  [abstract]
arXive.org link: arXiv:0810.4233 [ abs, src, ps, others], cited by
Code: IPM/P-2008/053
60. A. Esmaili and Y. Farzan
A New Class of Invariants in the Lepton Sector
Nucl. Phys. B 811 (2009), 98-108  [abstract]
arXive.org link: arXiv:0711.0448 [ abs, src, ps, others], cited by
Code: IPM/P-2007/067
61. S.Y. Ayazi and Y. Farzan
Combined Analysis of Electric Dipole Moments and Lepton Flavor Violating Rare Decays
( In: Proceedings of ICHEP08, Philadelphia, USA, August 2008,)
[abstract]
arXive.org link: arXiv:0809.4930 [ abs, src, ps, others], cited by
Code: IPM/P-2008/081
62. Y. Farzan, T. Schwetz and A.Y. Smirnov
Reconciling Results of LSND, MiniBooNE and Other Experiments with Soft Decoherence
JHEP 07 (2008), 067  [abstract]
arXive.org link: arXiv:0805.2098 [ abs, src, ps, others], cited by
Code: IPM/P-2008/080
63. Y. Farzan and A.Y. Smirnov
Coherence and Oscillations of Cosmic Neutrinos
Nucl. Phys. B 805 (2008), 356-376  [abstract]
arXive.org link: arXiv:0803.0495 [ abs, src, ps, others], cited by
Code: IPM/P-2008/079
64. S.Y . Ayazi and Y. Farzan
Electron Electric Dipole Moment from Lepton Flavor Violation
JHEP 06 (2007), 013  [abstract]
arXive.org link: hep-ph/0702149 [ abs, src, ps, others], cited by
Code: IPM/P-2007/007
65. Y. Farzan
Tracing CP-violation in Lepton Flavor Violating Muon Decays
JHEP 07 (2007), 054  [abstract]
arXive.org link: hep-ph/0701106 [ abs, src, ps, others], cited by
Code: IPM/P-2007/005
66. Y. Farzan and A. Yu . Smirnov
Leptonic CP Violation: Zero, Maximal or Between the Two Extremes?
JHEP 01 (2007), 059  [abstract]
arXive.org link: hep-ph/0610337 [ abs, src, ps, others], cited by
Code: IPM/P-2006/060
67. C. Boehm, Y. Farzan, T. Hambye, S. Palomares-Ruiz and S. Pascoli
Are Small Neutrino Masses Unveiling the Missing Mass Problem of the Universe?
 (Preprint) [abstract]
arXive.org link: hep-ph/0612228 [ abs, src, ps, others], cited by
Code: IPM/P-2006/077
68. D.A. Demir and Y. Farzan
On the Sources of CP-Violation Contributing to the Electric Dipole Moments
( In: Proceedings of IPM School and Conference on Lepton and Hadron Physics (IPM-LHP06), Tehran, Iran, 15-20 May 2006, pp 0005. )
[abstract]
arXive.org link: hep-ph/0610181 [ abs, src, ps, others], cited by
Code: IPM/P-2006/058
69. S.Y. Ayazi and Y. Farzan
Reconciling Large CP-Violating Phases with Bounds on the Electric Dipole Moments in the MSSM
Phys. Rev. D 74 (2006), 55008  [abstract]
arXive.org link: hep-ph/0605272 [ abs, src, ps, others], cited by
Code: IPM/P-2006/033
70. D.A. Demir and Y. Farzan
Correlating μ Parameter and Right-Handed Neutrino Masses in N=1 Supergravity
JHEP 03 (2006), 10  [abstract]
arXive.org link: hep-ph/0601096 [ abs, src, ps, others], cited by
Code: IPM/P-2006/004
71. Y. Farzan and J. W. F. Valle
R-Parity Violation Assisted Thermal Leptogenesis in the Seesaw Mechanism
Phys. Rev. Lett. 96 (2006), 011601  [abstract]
arXive.org link: hep-ph/0509280 [ abs, src, ps, others], cited by
Code: IPM/P-2005/068
72. D. A. Demir and Y. Farzan
Can Measurements of Electric Dipole Moments Determine the Seesaw Paramaters?
JHEP 10 (2005), 068  [abstract]
arXive.org link: hep-ph/0508236 [ abs, src, ps, others], cited by
Code: IPM/P-2005/057
73. Y. Farzan
On Effects of Large Neutrino B-Term on Low Energy Physics
 (Preprint) [abstract]
arXive.org link: hep-ph/0505004 [ abs, src, ps, others], cited by
Code: IPM/P-2005/033
74. Y. Farzan
Effects of the Neutrino B-Term on the Higgs Mass Parameters and Electroweak Symmetry Breaking
JHEP 025 (2005), 02  [abstract]
arXive.org link: hep-ph/0411358 [ abs, src, ps, others], cited by
Code: IPM/P-2004/073
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