RIKEN Lunch Seminar
"Proton decay matrix elements on lattice"
Presented by Mr. Jun-sik Yoo, Stony Brook University
Thursday, January 17, 2019, 12:00 pm — Building 510, Room 2-160
Proton decay is one of possible signatures of baryon number violation, which has to exist to explain the baryon asymmetry and the existence of nuclear matter. Proton decay is one of natural implications of the Grand Unification Theory. After integrating out the high energy degrees of freedom, the baryon number violation operator that mediates proton decay can be found as the composite operator of standard model fields. We discuss the hadronic matrix elements of this BV operator made of three quarks and a lepton. We will start from the current experimental bound of proton lifetime. We present preliminary results of matrix element calculation done with the 2+1 dynamical flavor domain wall fermions at the physical point. We will discuss the proton decay channels that no matrix element has been calculated on the lattice.
Hosted by: Enrico Rinaldi
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