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From the relaxion to the hierarchion, a biased overview

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I describe how the relaxion potential is highly non-generic and how the clockwork construction can be used to generate such a potential. I also discuss how the relaxion can be probed via its mixing with the Higgs in a variety of low energy experiments inlcuding fifth force , beam dump and flavour experiments and cosmological and astrophysical probes. Finally I will discuss some of my recent work where we use the relaxion mechanism to provide a unified solution to all SM hierarchies namely the Higgs mass hierarchy problem, the SM flavour puzzle and the strong CP problem.

This talk is part of the HEP phenomenology joint Cavendish-DAMTP seminar series.

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