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BSM Lessons from Flavour

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Flavor physics is a key ingredient for high-energy model building. Flavor-changing processes set among the strongest constraints on most new physics models at the TeV scale: even under the most conservative assumptions, the precision of near-future experiments will allow us to probe energy scales beyond the ones accessible with direct investigation. At the same time, the non-trivial flavor patterns needed to match the various constraints can provide insights on the structure of the high-energy models themselves. I will review a few significant examples, focussing in particular on flavor symmetries and lepton universality, both in the effective theory and in explicit models. In the second part of the talk, I will also discuss a model with light and weakly coupled new particles, which can be of interest for Dark Matter in view of the recent Xenon1T results.

This talk is part of the Particle Physics Seminars series.

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