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30 May 2022 to 4 June 2022
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Exotic e+e- Production at MicroBooNE

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20m
Virtual Seoul

Virtual Seoul

Poster BSM searches in neutrinos Poster

Speakers

Asli Abdullahi (Fermilab) Mark Ross-Lonergan (Los Alamos National Lab)

Description

We present a phenomenological study of MicroBooNE’s ability to investigate $e^+e^-$ final states produced in dark photon mediated neutrino-upscattering—a beyond-Standard Model process proposed as a solution to the MiniBooNE anomaly. Utilising the similarities shared between the observable signatures of neutrino-induced $e^+e^-$ and single photons originating in the radiative decays of the $\Delta(1232)$ resonance, we consider MicroBooNE’s recent public data from its search for neutral current$\Delta(1232)$ radiative decays to test benchmark models of $e^+e^-$ production, and investigate MicroBooNE’s sensitivity to heavy neutrino models in which the neutrino sector is strongly coupled to a dark sector.

Primary author

Asli Abdullahi (Fermilab)

Co-authors

Mr Daniele Massaro (University of Bologna) Dr Georgia Karagiorgi (Columbia University) Jaime Hoefken Zink (Università di Bologna / HIDDeN ITN) Mark Ross-Lonergan (Los Alamos National Lab) Matheus Hostert (Perimeter Institute) Prof. Silvia Pascoli (University of Bologna)

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