Minimal Resonant Leptogenesis and Lepton Flavour Violation


We discuss minimal non-supersymmetric models of resonant leptogenesis, based on an approximate flavour symmetries. As an illustrative example, we consider a resonant tau-leptogenesis model, compatible with universal right-handed neutrino masses at the GUT scale, where the required heavy-neutrino mass splittings are generated radiatively. In particular, we explicitly demonstrate, how a minimum number of three heavy Majorana neutrinos is needed, in order to obtain successful leptogenesis and experimentally testable rates for processes of lepton flavour violation, such as mu --> e gamma and mu --> e conversion in nuclei.Comment: 7 pages, invited talk given by AP at the international conference GUT2012, Kyoto, Japan, 15-17 March 201

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