Max Planck Inst., Heidelberg
Wednesday, June 12, 2019
Neutrinos are considered as the key to new physics beyond the standard model. In some cases, the underlying new physics may be difficult to probe using tree-level processes but could have important loop effects. In this talk, I will present our recent studies on loop-induced neutrino interactions. I will demonstrate some new physics that can modify, via loops, the interactions of neutrinos with matter (NSI), and with the electromagnetic field (neutrino magnetic moments). The talk is based on 1807.08102 and 1901.00482.