Dr. Ernesto Arganda (Departamento de Física Teórica, Universidad de Zaragoza)
In the inverse seesaw, the smallness of the neutrino masses is related to the smallness of a lepton number violating mass term whilst the seesaw scale is naturally close to the TeV. This allows for large effects in lepton flavor and universality violating observables as was previously demonstrated. With the ongoing and planned measurements of the Higgs boson properties at the LHC, we found timely to investigate the possibility of having large lepton flavor violating branching ratios in Higgs decays within the context of SUSY and non-SUSY extensions of the SM. In this presentation, we will discuss our results on the lepton flavor violating Higgs decay rates, comparing the SUSY and non-SUSY contributions induced radiatively by massive ISS neutrinos.