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Neutrinos: a portal to new physics beyond the Standard Model

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In the past twenty years, the discovery of neutrino oscillations has changed our understanding of neutrinos. We now know that they have mass and they mix and, thanks to a broad experimental programme, a rather precise picture has emerged of their properties. The explanation of neutrino masses implies new physics beyond the Standard Model (BSM) which is still to be unveiled. In this talk, I will briefly review the current knowledge of neutrino properties, highlighting the still open questions. I will then discuss the origin of neutrino masses in models BSM and their possible observational consequences, from leptogenesis to colliders.

This talk is part of the Theoretical Physics Colloquium series.

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