International conference CHARM 2016 is devoted to experimental and theoretical achievements in the charm quark physics. Experimental collaboration as LHCb in CERN, Belle in japan, BessIII in China present their most recent result on one side, while theoretical physicists, including lattice QCD, report on own results in the area of charm meson oscillations, charm meson decays, search for new physics. S. Fajfer was invited to make a summary of the theoretical results presented at the conference.

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COBISS.SI-ID: 2990948This book presents problems in Physics I and II, which were given to Physics students in the period from 2009 till 2015. During this period, I was the assistant for these classes and proposed many of the problems, that are given in the book. All problems are accompanied also with the solutions.

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COBISS.SI-ID: 286267392We discussed existence of two photon resonance at LHC at the invariant mass of 750 GeV. Then we investigated constraints coming from perturbative interpretation of the signal and unitarity constraints. Generally, we noticed that the resonant state should decay to ZZ, Z photon and WW. We have identified which observables might distinguish between different interpretation of the two photon resonance.

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COBISS.SI-ID: 29226279Minimal SO(10) Yukawa interactions have some intrinsic symmetries: the symmetric Yukawas the discrete Klein group, while the antisymmetric ones an SU(2) Lie group. By assuming that different symmetry elements form the Yukawa sectors are remnants of some discrete finite flavor symmetry, relations among Yukawa matrix elements can be derived. We explicitly derive these relations in various cases and compare them to some available Yukawa fits in the literature. We find various candidates for such global flavor symmetries.

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COBISS.SI-ID: 30098215The discovery of the Higgs boson and its relation to the mass of elementary particles in the SM still leaves open the question of the origin of neutrino mass. After Majorana’s discovery that neutrinos could be their own antiparticles searches for phenomenological consequences of lepton number violation (LNV) are well underway. They range from neutrino-less double beta decay to collider searches. We will focus on the Higgs sector and argue that it provides a viable new frontier for LNV searches with a good sensitivity to high scales of new interactions. Rare decays of the Higgs boson and production of additonal scalar resonances through the Higgs portal may provide smoking gun signals. Such observations would test the spontaneous origin of neutrino masses analogous to the SM Higgs and charged fermions.

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