- Cross section and transverse single-spin asymmetry of η mesons in p↑+p collisions at s=200 GeV at forward rapidity

Author(s): A. Adare et al. (PHENIX Collaboration)We present a measurement of the cross section and transverse single-spin asymmetry (AN) for η mesons at large pseudorapidity from s=200 GeV p↑+p colli … - Model independent extraction of the proton magnetic radius from electron scattering

Author(s): Zachary Epstein, Gil Paz, and Joydeep RoyWe combine constraints from analyticity with experimental electron-proton scattering data to determine the proton magnetic radius without model-depe … - Searching for dilepton resonances below the Z mass at the LHC

Author(s): Isaac Hoenig, Gabriel Samach, and David Tucker-SmithWe consider LHC searches for dilepton resonances in an intermediate mass range, ∼10–80 GeV. We adopt a kinetically mixed Z′ as an exampl … - Parametrically enhanced hidden photon search

Author(s): Peter W. Graham, Jeremy Mardon, Surjeet Rajendran, and Yue ZhaoA new species of massive photons that mixes with ordinary photons is a popular scenario for beyond the standard model physics. … - Chiral transport equation from the quantum Dirac Hamiltonian and the on-shell effective field theory

Author(s): Cristina Manuel and Juan M. Torres-RinconWe derive the relativistic chiral transport equation for massless fermions and antifermions by performing a semiclassical Foldy-Wouthuysen diagonali … - Study of BB¯*/DD¯* bound states in a Bethe-Salpeter approach

Author(s): Jun HeIn this work the BB¯*/DD¯* system is studied in the Bethe-Salpeter approach with quasipotential approximation. In our calculation both direct and cross diagrams are included in the on … - Unifying framework for scalar-tensor theories of gravity

Author(s): Xian GaoA general framework for effective theories propagating two tensor and one scalar degrees of freedom is investigated. Geometrically, it describes dynamical foliation of spacelike hyp … - Effects of long-lived 10 MeV-scale sterile neutrinos on primordial elemental abundances and the effective neutrino number

Author(s): Hiroyuki Ishida, Motohiko Kusakabe, and Hiroshi OkadaThe primordial lithium abundance inferred from spectroscopic observations of metal-poor stars is ∼3 times smaller than the theoretical p … - Constraining primordial non-Gaussianity via a multitracer technique with surveys by Euclid and the Square Kilometre Array

Author(s): Daisuke Yamauchi, Keitaro Takahashi, and Masamune OguriWe forecast future constraints on local-type primordial non-Gaussianity parameter fNL with a photometric galaxy survey by Euclid, a co … - Effects of dark matter-baryon scattering on redshifted 21 cm signals

Author(s): Hiroyuki Tashiro, Kenji Kadota, and Joseph SilkWe demonstrate that elastic scattering between dark matter (DM) and baryons can affect the thermal evolution of the intergalactic medium at ea … - Equations of motion in metric-affine gravity: A covariant unified framework

Author(s): Dirk Puetzfeld and Yuri N. ObukhovWe derive the equations of motion of extended deformable bodies in metric-affine gravity. The conservation laws which follow from the invariance of the act … - Low-energy behavior of gluons and gravitons from gauge invariance

Author(s): Zvi Bern, Scott Davies, Paolo Di Vecchia, and Josh NohleWe show that at tree level, on-shell gauge invariance can be used to fully determine the first subleading soft-gluon behavior and the … - Coupling the Sorkin-Johnston state to gravity

Author(s): Nicolás Avilán, Andrés F. Reyes-Lega, and Bruno Carneiro da CunhaWe consider the dynamics of the Sorkin-Johnston state for a massless scalar field in two dimensions. We conduct a study of t … - Black holes as self-sustained quantum states and Hawking radiation

Author(s): Roberto Casadio, Andrea Giugno, Octavian Micu, and Alessio OrlandiWe employ the recently proposed formalism of the “horizon wave function” to investigate the emergence of a horizon in model … - Flat space cosmologies in two dimensions: Phase transitions and asymptotic mass domination

Author(s): Arjun Bagchi, Daniel Grumiller, Jakob Salzer, Sourav Sarkar, and Friedrich SchöllerWe study flat space cosmologies in two dimensions by taking the flat space limit of the Achúcarro-Ortiz mo … - On loop corrections to subleading soft behavior of gluons and gravitons

Author(s): Zvi Bern, Scott Davies, and Josh NohleCachazo and Strominger recently proposed an extension of the soft-graviton theorem found by Weinberg. In addition, they proved the validity of their ex … - New evaluation of the antiproton production cross section for cosmic ray studies

Author(s): Mattia di Mauro, Fiorenza Donato, Andreas Goudelis, and Pasquale Dario SerpicoTheoretical predictions for the cosmic antiproton spectrum currently fall short of the corresponding experiment … - Modified big bang nucleosynthesis with nonstandard neutron sources

Author(s): Alain Coc, Maxim Pospelov, Jean-Philippe Uzan, and Elisabeth VangioniDuring big bang nucleosynthesis, any injection of extra neutrons around the time of the Be7 formation, i.e. at a tempera … - Hall viscosity and angular momentum in gapless holographic models

Author(s): Hong Liu, Hirosi Ooguri, and Bogdan StoicaWe use the holographic approach to compare the Hall viscosity ηH and the angular momentum density J in gapless systems in 2+1 dimensions at finite … - Erratum: Effective-one-body Hamiltonian with next-to-leading order spin-spin coupling for two nonprecessing black holes with aligned spins [Phys. Rev. D 87, 124036 (2013)]

Author(s): Simone Balmelli and Philippe Jetzer[Phys. Rev. D 90, 089905] Published Mon Oct 20, 2014 - Experimental study of the microwave emission from electrons in air

Author(s): E. Conti, G. Collazuol, and G. SartoriWe searched for the emission of microwave radiation in the Ku band generated by a 95 keV electron beam in air. We unequivocally detected the radiation, … - Status of Higgs couplings after run 1 of the LHC

Author(s): Jérémy Bernon, Béranger Dumont, and Sabine KramlWe provide an update of the global fits of the couplings of the 125.5 GeV Higgs boson using all publicly available experimental results from … - Transverse polarization of Λ hyperons from quasireal photoproduction on nuclei

Author(s): A. Airapetian et al. (HERMES Collaboration)The transverse polarization of Λ hyperons was measured in inclusive quasireal photoproduction for various target nuclei ranging from hydrogen to x … - B→K1π(K) decays in the perturbative QCD approach

Author(s): Zhi-Qing Zhang, Zhi-Wei Hou, Yueling Yang, and Junfeng SunWithin the framework of the perturbative QCD approach, we study the two-body charmless decays B→K1(1270)(K1(1400))π(K). We find the … - Study of heavy-baryon transitions

Author(s): H. Hassanabadi, S. Rahmani, and S. ZarrinkamarWe solve the hyper-radial Schrödinger equation with Cornell interaction to find the baryonic wave function. Thereby, we investigate the baryoni … - Exciting flavored bound states

Author(s): E. Rojas, B. El-Bennich, and J. P. B. C. de MeloWe study ground and radial excitations of flavor singlet and flavored pseudoscalar mesons within the framework of the rainbow-ladder truncati … - Vcs from Ds→ϕℓν semileptonic decay and full lattice QCD

Author(s): G. C. Donald, C. T. H. Davies, J. Koponen, and G. P. Lepage (HPQCD Collaboration)We determine the complete set of axial and vector form factors for the Ds→ϕℓν decay from full lattice QCD fo … - Nucleon electromagnetic form factors from lattice QCD using a nearly physical pion mass

Author(s): J. R. Green, J. W. Negele, A. V. Pochinsky, S. N. Syritsyn, M. Engelhardt, and S. KriegWe present lattice QCD calculations of nucleon electromagnetic form factors using pion masses mπ=149, … - Quark number fluctuations at finite temperature and finite chemical potential via the Dyson-Schwinger equation approach

Author(s): Xian-yin Xin (辛现银), Si-xue Qin (秦思学), and Yu-xin Liu (刘玉鑫)We investigate the quark number fluctuations up to the fourth order in the matter composed of two light flavor quarks with isospin … - Method for high precision reconstruction of air shower Xmax using two-dimensional radio intensity profiles

Author(s): S. Buitink, A. Corstanje, J. E. Enriquez, H. Falcke, J. R. Hörandel, T. Huege, A. Nelles, J. P. Rachen, P. Schellart, O. Scholten, S. ter Veen, S. Thoudam, and T. N. G. TrinhThe mass compos … - Spherical collapse in νΛCDM

Author(s): Marilena LoVerdeThe abundance of massive dark matter halos hosting galaxy clusters provides an important test of the masses of relic neutrino species. The dominant effect of neutrino mass i … - Gravitational self-force in nonvacuum spacetimes

Author(s): Peter Zimmerman and Eric PoissonThe gravitational self-force has thus far been formulated in background spacetimes for which the metric is a solution to the Einstein field equations in vacu … - Combined gravitational and electromagnetic self-force on charged particles in electrovac spacetimes

Author(s): Thomas M. Linz, John L. Friedman, and Alan G. WisemanWe consider the self-force on a charged particle moving in a curved spacetime with a background electromagnetic field, extending previou … - Characterizing repulsive gravity with curvature eigenvalues

Author(s): Orlando Luongo and Hernando QuevedoRepulsive gravity has been investigated in several scenarios near compact objects by using different intuitive approaches. Here, we propose an invariant m … - Noether symmetries in a modified scalar-tensor gravity

Author(s): M. Sharif and Imrana ShafiqueThe investigation of a cosmologically viable choice of a coupling function and scalar field potential is of great interest in scalar-tensor theories. The presen … - Measurement of the ratio of inclusive jet cross sections using the anti-kT algorithm with radius parameters R=0.5 and 0.7 in pp collisions at s=7 TeV

Author(s): S. Chatrchyan et al. (CMS Collaboration)Measurements of the inclusive jet cross section with the anti-kT clustering algorithm are presented for two radius parameters, R=0.5 and 0.7. They ar … - Production of χc- and χb-mesons in high energy hadronic collisions

Author(s): A. K. Likhoded, A. V. Luchinsky, and S. V. PoslavskyThis paper is devoted to a phenomenological study of χc,b-meson production in high energy hadronic collisions in the framework of nonrela … - Anomalous top charged-current contact interactions in single top production at the LHC

Author(s): Fabian Bach and Thorsten OhlIn an effective theory approach, the full minimal set of leading contributions to anomalous charged-current top couplings comprises various new trilinear tbW as … - Strongly first-order electroweak phase transition and classical scale invariance

Author(s): Arsham Farzinnia and Jing RenIn this work, we examine the possibility of realizing a strongly first-order electroweak phase transition within the minimal classically scale-invariant extensi … - Light neutralino dark matter in U(1)′ models

Author(s): Mariana Frank and Subhadeep MondalWe analyze the prospects for light neutralino dark matter in the minimal supersymmetric model extended by a U(1) gauge group. We allow the neutralino to be … - Supernova bounds on Weinberg’s Goldstone bosons

Author(s): Wai-Yee Keung, Kin-Wang Ng, Huitzu Tu, and Tzu-Chiang YuanRecently, Weinberg proposed a scenario where Goldstone bosons may be masquerading as fractional cosmic neutrinos. We calculate the … - Phenomenology of the inert (2+1) and (4+2) Higgs doublet models

Author(s): Venus Keus, Stephen F. King, and Stefano MorettiWe make a phenomenological study of a model with two inert doublets plus one Higgs doublet [I(2+1)HDM] which is symmetric under a Z2 group, p … - Astrophysical constraints on the bumblebee model

Author(s): Gonçalo Guiomar and Jorge PáramosIn this work the bumblebee model for spontaneous Lorentz symmetry breaking is considered in the context of spherically symmetric astrophysical bodies. A dis … - Scalar suppression on large scales in open inflation

Author(s): Jonathan White, Ying-li Zhang, and Misao SasakiWe consider two toy models of open inflation and investigate their ability to give a suppression of scalar power on large scales while also sa … - Hamilton-Jacobi formalism for tachyon inflation

Author(s): A. Aghamohammadi, A. Mohammadi, T. Golanbari, and Kh. SaaidiTachyon inflation is reconsidered by using the recent observational data obtained from Planck-2013 and BICEP2. The Hamilton-Jacob … - Total-variation-based methods for gravitational wave denoising

Author(s): Alejandro Torres, Antonio Marquina, José A. Font, and José M. IbáñezWe describe new methods for denoising and detection of gravitational waves embedded in additive Gaussian noise. The metho … - Nambu-Goldstone bosons and the Higgs mechanism without Lorentz invariance: Analysis based on constrained-system theory

Author(s): Shinya Gongyo and Shintaro KarasawaFirst, we develop the counting rule for Nambu-Goldstone bosons to the system including two-time derivative terms. In this case, the type-II Nambu-Goldston … - Highly effective action from large N gauge fields

Author(s): Hyun Seok YangRecently Schwarz put forward a conjecture that the world-volume action of a probe D3-brane in an AdS5×S5 background of type IIB superstring theory can be reinterpreted as the … - Resolving the octant of θ23 via radiative μ-τ symmetry breaking

Author(s): Shu Luo and Zhi-zhong XingWe point out that the observed neutrino mixing pattern at low energies is very likely to originate from the 3×3 Pontecorvo-Maki-Nakagawa-Sakata (PMNS) lepton flavo … - Effective confining potentials for QCD

Author(s): Arkadiusz P. Trawiński, Stanisław D. Głazek, Stanley J. Brodsky, Guy F. de Téramond, and Hans Günter DoschWe observe that the linear potential used as a leading approximation for describing … - Glauber gluons in spectator amplitudes for B→πM decays

Author(s): Hsiang-nan Li and Satoshi MishimaWe extract the Glauber divergences from the spectator amplitudes for two-body hadronic decays B→M1M2 in the kT factorization theorem, where M2 denotes the m … - Transition form factors γ*γ→η and γ*γ→η′ in QCD

Author(s): S. S. Agaev, V. M. Braun, N. Offen, F. A. Porkert, and A. SchäferWe update the theoretical framework for the QCD calculation of transition form factors γ*γ→η and γ*γ→η′ at large photon virt … - Resolving the puzzling decay patterns of charged Zc and Zb states

Author(s): Xiao-Hai Liu, Li Ma, Li-Ping Sun, Xiang Liu, and Shi-Lin ZhuWe investigate the ratio of the branching fractions of the molecular candidates decaying into the ground and radially excited sta … - NMSSM interpretation of the Galactic Center excess

Author(s): Clifford Cheung, Michele Papucci, David Sanford, Nausheen R. Shah, and Kathryn M. ZurekWe explore models for the GeV Galactic Center excess (GCE) observed by the Fermi Telescope, focusing o … - Direct constraints on diffusion models from cosmic-ray positron data: Excluding the minimal model for dark matter searches

Author(s): Julien Lavalle, David Maurin, and Antje PutzeObtaining accurate transport parameters of cosmic rays is crucial for correctly interpreting indirect dark matter detection data. The paper repo … - Minimal massive gravity: Conserved charges, excitations, and the chiral gravity limit

Author(s): Bayram TekinWe find the excitations and construct the conserved charges (mass and angular momentum) of the recently found minimal massive gravity (MMG) in 2+1 dimensions in asymptotically a … - Bose-Einstein condensates with derivative and long-range interactions as set-ups for analog black holes

Author(s): Florian KühnelGeneral types of Bose-Einstein condensates are considered. The formation of black-hole analogues is examined for both short- and long-range interactions for arbitrary spatial … - Small mass plunging into a Kerr black hole: Anatomy of the inspiral-merger-ringdown waveforms

Author(s): Andrea Taracchini, Alessandra Buonanno, Gaurav Khanna, and Scott A. HughesWe numerically solve the Teukolsky equation in the time domain to obtain the gravitational-wave emission of a small … - Negative time delay of light by a gravitational concave lens

Author(s): Koki Nakajima, Koji Izumi, and Hideki AsadaGravitational lens models, some of which might act like a concave lens, have been recently investigated by using a static and spherically symmetri … - Closest safe approach to an accreting black hole

Author(s): Benjamin K. Tippett and Ivan BoothWe examine the causal and geometric horizons of dynamical black holes in Lemaitre-Tolman-Bondi collapsing dust spacetimes. Marginally trapped tubes in thes … - Dirac spectra of two-dimensional QCD-like theories

Author(s): Mario Kieburg, Jacobus J. M. Verbaarschot, and Savvas ZafeiropoulosWe analyze Dirac spectra of two-dimensional QCD-like theories both in the continuum and on the lattice and classify them a … - How well do we understand the thermal history of the Universe? Implications of the recent BICEP2 data

Author(s): Mairi SakellariadouApplying grand unified theories in the context of the early Universe, cosmic strings are an unavoidable partner of the inflaton field. To render such models compatible wi … - Dalitz plot analysis of Bs0→D¯0K-π+ decays

Author(s): R. Aaij et al. (LHCb Collaboration)The LHCb collaboration has observed the first spin-3 resonance containing a heavy quark produced in the decay of the bottom-hadron Bs0. [Phys. Rev. D 90, ... - Search for proton decay via p→νK+ using 260 kiloton·year data of Super-Kamiokande

Author(s): K. Abe et al. (Super-Kamiokande Collaboration)A long-running experiment in Japan has released a new lower limit on the proton lifetime, which begins to constrain certain particle physics th ... - Critical behavior of the lattice Schwinger model with a topological term at θ=π using the Grassmann tensor renormalization group

Author(s): Yuya Shimizu and Yoshinobu KuramashiThe lattice regularized Schwinger model with a so-called θ term is studied by using the Grassmann tensor renormalization group. We perform the Lee-Yang a ... - Spectroscopy of triply charmed baryons from lattice QCD

Author(s): M. Padmanath, Robert G. Edwards, Nilmani Mathur, and Michael Peardon (Hadron Spectrum Collaboration)The spectrum of excitations of triply charmed baryons is computed using lattice QCD inclu ... - Extracting hadron masses from fixed topology simulations

Author(s): Arthur Dromard and Marc WagnerLattice QCD simulations tend to become stuck in a single topological sector at fine lattice spacing or when using chirally symmetric overlap quarks. In such ca ... - Reconstructing singly produced top partners in decays to Wb

Author(s): Nicolas Gutierrez, James Ferrando, Deepak Kar, and Michael SpannowskyFermionic top partners are a feature of many models of physics beyond the standard model. We propose a search strategy f ... - Implications of naturalness for the heavy Higgs bosons of supersymmetry

Author(s): Kyu Jung Bae, Howard Baer, Vernon Barger, Dan Mickelson, and Michael SavoyRecently, it has been argued that various measures of supersymmetric naturalness—electroweak, Higgs mass and EENZ/B ... - CP violation in pseudo-Dirac fermion oscillations

Author(s): Seyda Ipek, David McKeen, and Ann E. NelsonSupersymmetric theories with a U(1)R symmetry have Dirac gauginos, solve the supersymmetric flavor and CP problems, and have distinctive collider ... - Paramagnetism-ferromagnetism phase transition in a dyonic black hole

Author(s): Rong-Gen Cai and Run-Qiu YangCoupling an antisymmetric tensor field to the electromagnetic field in a dyonic Reissner-Nordström-anti–de Sitter black hole background, we build a holographic ... - Probing small-scale cosmological fluctuations with the 21 cm forest: Effects of neutrino mass, running spectral index, and warm dark matter

Author(s): Hayato Shimabukuro, Kiyotomo Ichiki, Susumu Inoue, and Shuichiro YokoyamaAlthough the cosmological paradigm based on cold dark matter and adiabatic, nearly scale-invariant primordial fluctu ... - Primordial magnetic helicity constraints from WMAP nine-year data

Author(s): Tina Kahniashvili, Yurii Maravin, George Lavrelashvili, and Arthur KosowskyIf a primordial magnetic field in the Universe has nonzero helicity, the violation of parity symmetry results in n ... - Detecting compact binary coalescences with seedless clustering

Author(s): M. Coughlin, E. Thrane, and N. ChristensenCompact binary coalescences are a promising source of gravitational waves for second-generation interferometric gravitational-wave detectors. Altho ... - ϕ2 inflation at its endpoint

Author(s): Paolo Creminelli, Diana López Nacir, Marko Simonović, Gabriele Trevisan, and Matias ZaldarriagaIn the simplest inflationary model V=12m2ϕ2, we provide a prediction accurate up to 1% for the ... - Testing scenarios of primordial black holes being the seeds of supermassive black holes by ultracompact minihalos and CMB μ distortions

Author(s): Kazunori Kohri, Tomohiro Nakama, and Teruaki SuyamaSupermassive black holes and intermediate mass black holes are believed to exist in the Universe. There is no established astrophysical ex ... - String fluid in local equilibrium

Author(s): Daniel Schubring and Vitaly VanchurinWe study the solutions of string fluid equations under the assumption of a local equilibrium which was previously obtained in the context of the kinetic ... - Light propagation in the field of a moving axisymmetric body: Theory and applications to the Juno mission

Author(s): A. Hees, S. Bertone, and C. Le Poncin-LafitteGiven the extreme accuracy of modern space science, a precise relativistic modeling of observations is required. We use the time transfer functi ... - Geometrical variables with direct thermodynamic significance in Lanczos-Lovelock gravity

Author(s): Sumanta Chakraborty and T. PadmanabhanIt has been shown in an earlier work [arXiv:1303.1535] that there exists a pair of canonically conjugate variables (fab,Nbca) in general relativity whi … - Vacuum energy sequestering: The framework and its cosmological consequences

Author(s): Nemanja Kaloper and Antonio PadillaRecently we suggested a reformulation of general relativity which completely sequesters from gravity all of the vacuum energy from a protected matter sect … - Causal approach for the electron-positron scattering in generalized quantum electrodynamics

Author(s): R. Bufalo, B. M. Pimentel, and D. E. SotoIn this paper we study the generalized electrodynamics contribution to the electron-positron scattering process e-e+→e-e+, i.e., Bhabha scattering. … - Measurements of normalized differential cross sections for tt¯ production in pp collisions at (s)=7 TeV using the ATLAS detector

Author(s): G. Aad et al. (ATLAS Collaboration)Measurements of normalized differential cross sections for top-quark pair production are presented as a function of the top-quark transverse momentum, and … - Constraints on muon-specific dark forces

Author(s): Savely G. Karshenboim, David McKeen, and Maxim PospelovThe recent measurement of the Lamb shift in muonic hydrogen allows for the most precise extraction of the charge radius of the proton … - Higgs masses and electroweak precision observables in the lepton-flavor-violating MSSM

Author(s): M. E. Gómez, T. Hahn, S. Heinemeyer, and M. RehmanWe study the effects of lepton flavor violation (LFV) in the scalar lepton sector of the MSSM on precision observables such as the W-boson … - Exotic decays of the 125 GeV Higgs boson

Author(s): David Curtin, Rouven Essig, Stefania Gori, Prerit Jaiswal, Andrey Katz, Tao Liu, Zhen Liu, David McKeen, Jessie Shelton, Matthew Strassler, Ze’ev Surujon, Brock Tweedie, and Yi-Ming ZhongTh … - Publisher’s Note: Measurement of the electric charge of the top quark in tt¯ events [Phys. Rev. D 90, 051101(R) (2014)]

Author(s): V. M. Abazov et al. (D0 Collaboration)[Phys. Rev. D 90, 079904] Published Mon Oct 13, 2014 - Inflationary generalized Chaplygin gas and dark energy in light of the Planck and BICEP2 experiments

Author(s): Bikash R. Dinda, Sumit Kumar, and Anjan A. SenIn this work, we study an inflationary scenario in the presence of generalized Chaplygin gas (GCG). We show that in Einstein gravity, GCG is no … - Horndeski theory meets the McVittie solution: A scalar field theory for accretion onto cosmological black holes

Author(s): Niayesh Afshordi, Michele Fontanini, and Daniel C. GuarientoWe show that the generalized McVittie spacetime, which represents a black hole with time-dependent mass in an expanding universe, … - Renormalized stress-energy tensor for spin-1/2 fields in expanding universes

Author(s): Adrian del Rio, Jose Navarro-Salas, and Francisco TorrentiWe provide an explicit expression for the renormalized expectation value of the stress-energy tensor of a spin-1/2 field in a spati … - Is quantum gravity a Chern-Simons theory?

Author(s): R. Bonezzi, O. Corradini, and A. WaldronWe propose a model of quantum gravity in arbitrary dimensions defined in terms of the Batalin Vilkovisky (BV) quantization of a supersymmetric, infin … - Rotating black holes in massive gravity

Author(s): Eugeny Babichev and Alessandro FabbriWe present a solution for rotating black holes in massive gravity. We first give a solution of massive gravity with one dynamical metric. Both metrics o … - Quantum communication in the presence of a horizon

Author(s): Daiqin Su and T. C. RalphBased on homodyne detection, we discuss how the presence of an event horizon affects quantum communication between an inertial partner, Alice, and a uniformly accel … - Publisher’s Note: Cosmic neutrino cascades from secret neutrino interactions [Phys. Rev. D 90, 065035 (2014)]

Author(s): Kenny C. Y. Ng and John F. Beacom[Phys. Rev. D 90, 089904] Published Mon Oct 13, 2014 - Probing CP violation with the first three years of ultrahigh energy neutrinos from IceCube

Author(s): Animesh Chatterjee, Moon Moon Devi, Monojit Ghosh, Reetanjali Moharana, and Sushant K. RautThe IceCube Collaboration has recently announced the discovery of ultrahigh energy neutrino events … - Azimuthal B→D*τ-ν¯τ angular distribution with tensor operators

Author(s): Murugeswaran Duraisamy, Preet Sharma, and Alakabha DattaIn a recent paper we performed a comprehensive study of the impact of new-physics operators with different Lorentz structures on B¯→D … - Exploring the anomalous Higgs-top couplings

Author(s): Sara Khatibi and Mojtaba Mohammadi NajafabadiThe top quark with its large Yukawa coupling is crucially important to explore TeV scale physics. Therefore, the study of the Higgs-top sector i … - Spectrum of the excited N* and Δ* baryons in a relativistic chiral quark model

Author(s): E. M. Tursunov and S. KrewaldThe spectrum of the SU(2) flavor baryons is studied in the frame of a relativistic chiral quark potential model based on the one-pion and one-gluon exchange mec … - Two-Higgs-doublet type-II seesaw model

Author(s): Chuan-Hung Chen and Takaaki NomuraMotivated by the new observed scalar boson of 126 GeV at ATLAS and CMS, various phenomena in the two-Higgs-doublet model are investigated broadly in the li … - Higgs-flavon mixing and LHC phenomenology in a simplified model of broken flavor symmetry

Author(s): Edmond L. Berger, Steven B. Giddings, Haichen Wang, and Hao ZhangThe LHC phenomenology of a low-scale gauged flavor symmetry model with inverted hierarchy is studied, through introduction o … - Erratum: First dark matter search results from a 4-kg CF3I bubble chamber operated in a deep underground site [Phys. Rev. D 86, 052001 (2012)]

Author(s): E. Behnke, J. Behnke, S. J. Brice, D. Broemmelsiek, J. I. Collar, A. Conner, P. S. Cooper, M. Crisler, C. E. Dahl, D. Fustin, E. Grace, J. Hall, M. Hu, I. Levine, W. H. Lippincott, T. Moan, …