- γ*N→N(1710)

Author(s): G. Ramalho and K. TsushimaIn a relativistic quark model we study the structure of the N(1710) resonance, and the γ*N→N(1710) reaction focusing on the high momentum transfer region, where th … - Next-to-next-to-leading order contributions to jet photoproduction and determination of αs

Author(s): Michael Klasen, Gustav Kramer, and Markus MichaelWe present the first calculation of inclusive jet photoproduction with approximate next-to-next-to-leading-order contributions, obtained fro … - Neutron in Strong Magnetic Fields

Author(s): M. A. Andreichikov, B. O. Kerbikov, V. D. Orlovsky, and Yu. A. SimonovA relativistic world-line Hamiltonian for strongly interacting 3q systems in a magnetic field is derived from the path … - Temperature dependence of the axial magnetic effect in two-color quenched QCD

Author(s): V. Braguta, M. N. Chernodub, V. A. Goy, K. Landsteiner, A. V. Molochkov, and M. I. PolikarpovThe axial magnetic effect is the generation of an equilibrium dissipationless energy flow of chi … - Magnetic form factors of the octet baryons from lattice QCD and chiral extrapolation

Author(s): P. E. Shanahan, R. Horsley, Y. Nakamura, D. Pleiter, P. E. L. Rakow, G. Schierholz, H. Stüben, A. W. Thomas, R. D. Young, and J. M. Zanotti (CSSM and QCDSF/UKQCD Collaborations)We present a … - Scattering and reflection positivity in relativistic Euclidean quantum mechanics

Author(s): W. N. PolyzouIn this paper I exhibit a class of reflection-positive Euclidean invariant four-point functions that can be used to formulate a Poincaré invariant quantum theory. I demonstrate … - CMB with the background primordial magnetic field

Author(s): Dai G. YamazakiWe investigate the effects of the background primordial magnetic field (PMF) on the cosmic microwave background (CMB). The sound speed of the tightly coupled photon-baryon fl … - Uniqueness of the Fock quantization of scalar fields and processes with signature change in cosmology

Author(s): Laura Castelló Gomar and Guillermo A. Mena MarugánWe study scalar fields subject to an equation of the Klein-Gordon type in nonstationary spacetimes, such as those found in cosmology, assum … - Covariant perturbations through a simple nonsingular bounce

Author(s): Atanu KumarIn this paper we study the evolution of cosmological perturbations through a nonsingular bouncing universe using covariant perturbation theory and examine the validity of linear … - Reconstructing the sky location of gravitational-wave detected compact binary systems: Methodology for testing and comparison

Author(s): T. Sidery, B. Aylott, N. Christensen, B. Farr, W. Farr, F. Feroz, J. Gair, K. Grover, P. Graff, C. Hanna, V. Kalogera, I. Mandel, R. O’Shaughnessy, M. Pitkin, L. Price, V. Raymond, C. Röver … - Variational principle and one-point functions in three-dimensional flat space Einstein gravity

Author(s): Stephane Detournay, Daniel Grumiller, Friedrich Schöller, and Joan SimónWe provide a well-defined variational principle for three-dimensional flat space Einstein gravity by adding one-half … - Superradiant instabilities in a D-dimensional small Reissner-Nordström-anti-de Sitter black hole

Author(s): Mengjie Wang and Carlos HerdeiroWe investigate the superradiant instability for a charged scalar field in a D-dimensional small Reissner–Nordström–anti-de Sitter (RN-AdS) black hole. First, … - Gluon helicity ΔG from a universality class of operators on a lattice

Author(s): Yoshitaka Hatta, Xiangdong Ji, and Yong ZhaoWe show that the total gluon helicity ΔG in a polarized nucleon can be calculated on a Euclidean lattice through a universality class of QCD oper … - Renormalization group analysis of the gluon mass equation

Author(s): A. C. Aguilar, D. Binosi, and J. PapavassiliouWe carry out a systematic study of the renormalization properties of the integral equation that determines the momentum evolution of the effect … - Neutrino-nucleus interaction models and their impact on oscillation analyses

Author(s): P. Coloma, P. Huber, C.-M. Jen, and C. MarianiIn neutrino oscillation experiments, neutrino interactions at the detector are simulated using event generators which attempt to reflect our un … - UV cascade in classical Yang-Mills theory via kinetic theory

Author(s): Mark C. Abraao York, Aleksi Kurkela, Egang Lu, and Guy D. MooreWe show that classical Yang-Mills theory with statistically homogeneous and isotropic initial conditions has a kinetic descrip … - Schwarzschild scalar wigs: Spectral analysis and late time behavior

Author(s): Juan Barranco, Argelia Bernal, Juan Carlos Degollado, Alberto Diez-Tejedor, Miguel Megevand, Miguel Alcubierre, Darío Núñez, and Olivier SarbachUsing the Green’s function representation tec … - Statistical properties of astrophysical gravitational-wave backgrounds

Author(s): Duncan Meacher, Eric Thrane, and Tania RegimbauWe investigate how a stochastic gravitational-wave background, produced from a discrete set of astrophysical sources, differs from an idealize … - A nonsingular spacetime defect

Author(s): F. R. Klinkhamer and C. RahmedeA nonsingular localized static classical solution is constructed for standard Einstein gravity coupled to an SO(3)×SO(3) chiral model of scalars (Skyrme model … - VV′P form factors in resonance chiral theory and the π-η-η′ light-by-light contribution to the muon g-2

Author(s): P. Roig, A. Guevara, and G. López CastroThe description of the VV′P form factors (V,V′ stands for vector particles and P for a pseudoscalar meson) for different particles virtualities remai … - Quark mass dependence of the QCD temperature transition in magnetic fields

Author(s): V. D. Orlovsky and Yu. A. SimonovThe vacuum energy of quarks ϵvac(q)=∑qmq|⟨q¯q⟩| participates in the pressure balance at the temperature transition Tc and defines the dependence of Tc on mq … - Bottomonium production associated with a photon at a high luminosity e+e− collider with the one-loop QCD correction

Author(s): Zhan Sun, Xing-Gang Wu, Gu Chen, Yang Ma, Hong-Hao Ma, and Huan-Yu BiWe make a detailed discussion on the one-loop QCD correction to the bottomonium production associated with a photon, i.e … - Correlation between Polyakov loops oriented in two different directions in SU(N) gauge theory on a two-dimensional torus

Author(s): Joe Kiskis, Rajamani Narayanan, and Dibakar SigdelWe consider SU(N) gauge theories on a two-dimensional torus with finite area, A. Let Tμ(A) denote the Polyakov loop operator in the μ direc … - Baryogenesis through neutrino oscillations: A unified perspective

Author(s): Brian Shuve and Itay YavinBaryogenesis through neutrino oscillations is an elegant mechanism that has found several realizations in the literature corresponding to different parts of the mo … - Search for neutralino pair production at the CERN LHC

Author(s): M. Demirci and A. I. AhmadovWe provide the next-to-leading order (NLO) predictions for the neutralino pair production via quark-antiquark annihilation and gluon-gluon fusion at the CERN Lar … - Precision ν¯e-electron scattering measurements with IsoDAR to search for new physics

Author(s): J. M. Conrad, M. H. Shaevitz, I. Shimizu, J. Spitz, M. Toups, and L. WinslowIsoDAR provides a pure and intense ν¯e source with an average energy of 6.5 MeV produced through Li8 β decay. Thi … - Beam-spin asymmetries from semi-inclusive pion electroproduction

Author(s): W. Gohn et al. (The CLAS Collaboration)We have measured the moment ALUsinϕ corresponding to the polarized electron beam-spin asymmetry in semi-inclusive deep inelastic scattering. ALUsinϕ i … - Determining neutrino mass hierarchy from electron disappearance at a low energy neutrino factory

Author(s): Rupak Dutta, Nita Sinha, and Sushant K. RautRecent measurements of large θ13 by the reactor experiments have opened up the possibility of determining the neutrino mass hierarchy, i.e., the … - Perturbative analysis of the electron electric dipole moment and CP violation in two-Higgs-doublet models

Author(s): Seyda IpekI consider a general two-Higgs-doublet model with CP violation. I give a perturbative expansion for the mass eigenstates in terms of the small CP-violating phase. I use these anal … - Magnetic moments of active and sterile neutrinos

Author(s): A. B. Balantekin and N. VasshSince most of the neutrino parameters are well measured, we illustrate precisely the prediction of the Standard Model, minimally extended to allow massive neutr … - Stringent limits on top-quark compositeness from tt¯ production at the Tevatron and the LHC

Author(s): M. Fabbrichesi, M. Pinamonti, and A. ToneroIf the top quark is a composite state made out of some constituents, then its interaction with the gluon will be modified. We introduce the leadin … - Decays of Zb→Υπ via triangle diagrams in heavy meson molecules

Author(s): S. Ohkoda, S. Yasui, and A. HosakaBottomoniumlike resonances Zb(10610) and Zb′(10650) are good candidates to be hadronic molecules composed of BB¯* (or B*B¯) and B*B¯*, respectively. In thi … - Measurement of χcJ decaying into η′K+K-

Author(s): M. Ablikim et al.Using (106.41±0.86)×106 ψ(3686) events collected with the BESIII detector at BEPCII, we study for the first time the decay χcJ→η′K+K- (J=1, 2), where η′→γρ0 and η′→ηπ+π-. A … - Direct CP asymmetries of three-body B decays in perturbative QCD

Author(s): Wen-Fei Wang, Hao-Chung Hu, Hsiang-nan Li, and Cai-Dian LüWe propose a theoretical framework for analyzing three-body hadronic B meson decays based on the perturbative QCD approach. The cru … - Two-baryon systems with twisted boundary conditions

Author(s): Raúl A. Briceño, Zohreh Davoudi, Thomas C. Luu, and Martin J. SavageWe explore the use of twisted boundary conditions in extracting the nucleon mass and the binding energy of two-baryon sys … - Higgs sector as a probe of supersymmetric grand unification with the Hosotani mechanism

Author(s): Mitsuru Kakizaki, Shinya Kanemura, Hiroyuki Taniguchi, and Toshifumi YamashitaThe supersymmetric grand unified theory where the SU(5) gauge symmetry is broken by the Hosotani mechanism pred … - Light top squark in precision top quark sample

Author(s): Xue-Qian Li, Zong-Guo Si, Kai Wang, Liucheng Wang, Liangliang Zhang, and Guohuai ZhuThe uncertainty of tt¯ production cross section measurement at LHC is at a few percent level which still … - Dynamics of linear perturbations in the hybrid metric-Palatini gravity

Author(s): Nelson A. LimaIn this work we focus on the evolution of the linear perturbations in the novel hybrid metric-Palatini theory achieved by adding a f(R) function to the gravitational action. W … - Do we have unitary and (super)renormalizable quantum gravity below the Planck scale?

Author(s): Filipe de O. Salles and Ilya L. ShapiroWe explore how the stability of metric perturbations in higher-derivative theories of gravity depends on the energy scale of the initial seeds of such … - Vacuum polarization of the quantized massive fields in Friedman-Robertson-Walker spacetime

Author(s): Jerzy Matyjasek, Paweł Sadurski, and Małgorzata TeleckaThe stress-energy tensor of the quantized massive fields in a spatially open, flat, and closed Friedman-Robertson-Walker universe is c … - Nonexistence of black holes with noncanonical scalar fields

Author(s): Alexander A. H. Graham and Rahul JhaWe study the existence of black holes with a noncanonical scalar field as a matter source. We prove a simple no-hair theorem which rules out the existenc … - Ehrenfest scheme for P-V criticality of higher dimensional charged black holes, rotating black holes, and Gauss-Bonnet AdS black holes

Author(s): Jie-Xiong Mo and Wen-Biao LiuTo provide an analytic verification of the nature of phase transition at the critical point of P-V criticality, the original expressions of Ehrenfest equations … - Turaev-Viro amplitudes from 2+1 loop quantum gravity

Author(s): Daniele PranzettiThe Turaev-Viro state sum model provides a covariant spin foam quantization of three-dimensional Riemannian gravity with a positive cosmological constant Λ. We complete the … - Three-dimensional N=2 supergravity theories: From superspace to components

Author(s): Sergei M. Kuzenko, Ulf Lindström, Martin Roček, Ivo Sachs, and Gabriele Tartaglino-MazzucchelliFor general off-shell N=2 supergravity-matter systems in three spacetime dimensions, a formali … - Mirage models confront the LHC. II. Flux-stabilized type IIB string theory

Author(s): Bryan L. Kaufman and Brent D. NelsonWe continue the study of a class of string-motivated effective supergravity theories in light of current data from the CERN Large Hadron Collider (LHC). … - Kaluza-Klein towers on general manifolds

Author(s): Kurt Hinterbichler, Janna Levin, and Claire ZukowskiA higher dimensional universe with compactified extra dimensions admits a four-dimensional description consisting of an infinite Kaluza-K … - Gauss-Bonnet correction to the R-current correlator in N=4 theory at strong coupling

Author(s): Yanyan BuWe consider higher-curvature corrections to the R-current correlator by studying the propagation of a U(1) field in Einstein–Gauss–Bonnet gravity with a negative cosmological const … - Ab initio calculation of finite-temperature charmonium potentials

Author(s): P. W. M. Evans, C. R. Allton, and J.-I. SkullerudThe interquark potential in charmonium states is calculated in both the zero and nonzero temperature phases from a first-principles lattice … - Modification of the B meson mass in a magnetic field from QCD sum rules

Author(s): C. S. Machado, R. D. Matheus, S. I. Finazzo, and J. NoronhaIn this paper, we extend the well-known QCD sum rules used in the calculation of the mass of heavy mesons to estimate the modifica … - Y(3940) as a mixed charmonium-molecule state

Author(s): R. M. Albuquerque, J. M. Dias, M. Nielsen, and C. M. ZanettiUsing the QCD sum rules approach, we study the mass and the decay widths of the Y(3940) state, assuming that it can be described … - Horizon-flow off-track for inflation

Author(s): Vincent VenninInflation can be parametrized by means of truncated flow equations. In this “horizon-flow” setup, generic results have been obtained, such as typical values for r/(1-nS). They … - No compelling cosmological models come out of magnetic universes which are based on nonlinear electrodynamics

Author(s): Ricardo García-Salcedo, Tame Gonzalez, and Israel QuirosHere we investigate the cosmic dynamics of Friedmann-Robertson-Walker universes—flat spatial sections—which are driven by nonlinear e … - Charged Q-balls and boson stars and dynamics of charged test particles

Author(s): Yves Brihaye, Valeria Diemer, and Betti HartmannWe construct electrically charged Q-balls and boson stars in a model with a scalar self-interaction potential resulting from gauge mediated s … - Extremal Myers-Perry black holes in Born-Infeld-dilaton theory

Author(s): Masoud Allahverdizadeh, Seyed H. Hendi, and Ahmad SheykhiA class of perturbatively charged rotating dilaton black hole solutions coupled to the nonlinear Born-Infeld electrodynamics is pres … - Asymptotically locally AdS and flat black holes in Horndeski theory

Author(s): Andres Anabalon, Adolfo Cisterna, and Julio OlivaIn this paper we construct asymptotically locally AdS and flat black holes in the presence of a scalar field whose kinetic term is construct … - Entropy of thin shells in a (2+1)-dimensional asymptotically AdS spacetime and the BTZ black hole limit

Author(s): José P. S. Lemos and Gonçalo M. QuintaThe thermodynamic equilibrium states of a static thin ring shell in a (2+1)-dimensional spacetime with a negative cosmological constant are analyzed. I … - Weak equivalence principle for self-gravitating bodies: A sieve for purely metric theories of gravity

Author(s): Eolo Di Casola, Stefano Liberati, and Sebastiano SonegoWe propose the almost-geodesic motion of self-gravitating test bodies as a possible selection rule among metric theories of gravity. S … - Holographic chiral electric separation effect

Author(s): Shi Pu, Shang-Yu Wu, and Di-Lun YangWe investigate the chiral electric separation effect, where an axial current is induced by an electric field in the presence of both vector and axial che … - (0,2) dynamics from four dimensions

Author(s): David Kutasov and Jennifer LinWe study (0,2) supersymmetric two-dimensional theories obtained by compactifying four-dimensional N=1 supersymmetric theories on a two-torus, with a magnetic f … - Parametrizing the local dark matter speed distribution: A detailed analysis

Author(s): Bradley J. KavanaghIn a recent paper, a new parametrization for the dark matter (DM) speed distribution f(v) was proposed for use in the analysis of data from direct detection experiments. … - Dynamical mass reduction in the massive Yang-Mills spectrum in 1+1 dimensions

Author(s): Axel Cortés Cubero and Peter OrlandThe (1+1)-dimensional SU(N) Yang-Mills Lagrangian, with bare mass M and gauge coupling e, naively describes gluons of mass M. In fact, renormalization for … - Hadrons on the worldline, holography, and Wilson flow

Author(s): Dennis D. DietrichHolographic principles have impacted the way we look at strong coupling phenomena in quantum chromodynamics, strongly interacting extensions of the standard model, and con … - Technically natural vacuum energy at the tip of a supersymmetric teardrop

Author(s): Matthew WilliamsA minimal supersymmetric braneworld model is presented which has (i) zero classical four-dimensional vacuum curvature, despite the large naive vacuum energy due to contribut … - Note on vortices from Lorentz-violating models

Author(s): Lucas SourrouilleWe consider two self-dual Abelian Higgs systems obtained from Lorentz-breaking symmetry models by dimensional reduction. For the first model, we show that the self-dual equ … - Search for the rare decays J/ψ→Ds−ρ+ and J/ψ→D¯0K¯*0

Author(s): M. Ablikim et al.A search for the rare decays of J/ψ→Ds−ρ++c.c. and J/ψ→D¯0K¯*0+c.c. is performed with a data sample of 225.3-million J/ψ events collected with the Beijing Spectrometer III … - Light sterile neutrino sensitivity at the nuSTORM facility

Author(s): D. Adey et al. (nuSTORM Collaboration)A facility that can deliver beams of electron and muon neutrinos from the decay of a stored muon beam has the potential to unambiguously resolve the is … - Direct detection of baryogenesis mechanism from squark decays at LHC

Author(s): Haipeng An and Yue ZhangWe investigate the feasibility of directly detecting a generation mechanism of the cosmic baryon asymmetry by repeating the same particle physics process inside the … - Measurements of branching fractions of τ lepton decays with one or more KS0

Author(s): S. Ryu et al. (Belle Collaboration)We report measurements of branching fractions of τ lepton decays to final states with a KS0 meson using a 669 fb−1 data sample accumulated with the Belle … - Low-scale seesaw models versus Neff

Author(s): P. Hernández, M. Kekic, and J. López-PavónWe consider the contribution of the extra sterile states in generic low-scale seesaw models to extra radiation, parametrized by Neff. We find that … - Nature of the Ds1*(2710) and DsJ*(2860) mesons

Author(s): Stephen Godfrey and Ian T. JardineTwo charm-strange mesons, the Ds1*(2710) and the DsJ*(2860), have recently been observed by several experiments. There has been speculation in the literatu … - CP

Author(s): I. Bediaga, I. I. Bigi, J. Miranda, and A. C. dos ReisThe study of regional CP asymmetry in Dalitz plots of charm ( beauty) decays gives us more information about the underlying dynamics th … - Charmless three-body decays of Bs mesons

Author(s): Hai-Yang Cheng and Chun-Khiang ChuaBranching fractions and CP-violating asymmetries of charmless B¯s0→PPP decays with P=K, π are studied using a simple model based on the factorization appr … - Parton energy loss in high energy hard forward processes in proton-nucleus collisions

Author(s): Tseh Liou and A. H. MuellerWe calculate the spectrum of energy loss differences due to gluon radiation in high energy hard forward processes in proton-nucleus collisions as compared to prot … - New chiral lattice actions of the Boriçi-Creutz type

Author(s): Stefano CapitaniWe generalize the Boriçi-Creutz action in such a way that the position of the second zero and the direction which breaks the hypercubic symmetry can be arbitrarily chosen, a … - Strong dynamics behind the formation of the 125 GeV Higgs boson

Author(s): M. A. ZubkovWe consider the scenario in which the new strong dynamics is responsible for the formation of the 125 GeV Higgs boson. The Higgs boson appears as composed of all known quarks an … - Remarks on the lifetime of sterile neutrinos and the effect on detection of rare meson decays M+→M′−ℓ+ℓ+

Author(s): Claudio Dib and C. S. KimWe review the detection of the ΔL=2 semileptonic meson decays of the form M+→M′−ℓ+ℓ+ that we studied in a previous work, mediated by a Majorana neutrino with a mass … - Can new heavy gauge bosons be observed in ultra-high energy cosmic neutrino events?

Author(s): T. Ježo, M. Klasen, F. Lyonnet, F. Montanet, I. Schienbein, and M. TartareA wide range of models beyond the Standard Model predict charged and neutral resonances, generically called W′ and … - No-boundary proposal for braneworld perturbations

Author(s): Alexander Viznyuk, Yuri Shtanov, and Varun SahniWe propose a novel approach to the problem of cosmological perturbations in a braneworld model with induced gravity, which leads to a closed … - Matter creation and cosmic acceleration

Author(s): Rudnei O. Ramos, Marcelo Vargas dos Santos, and Ioav WagaWe investigate the creation of cold dark matter (CCDM) cosmology as an alternative to explain the cosmic acceleration. Particular at … - Observational constraints on dual intermediate inflation

Author(s): John D. Barrow, Macarena Lagos, and João MagueijoWe explore the observational implications of models of intermediate inflation driven by modified dispersion relations, specifically those re … - Approximate black hole binary spacetime via asymptotic matching

Author(s): Bruno C. Mundim, Hiroyuki Nakano, Nicolás Yunes, Manuela Campanelli, Scott C. Noble, and Yosef ZlochowerWe construct a fully analytic, general relativistic, nonspinning black hole binary sp … - Black hole perturbation in the most general scalar-tensor theory with second-order field equations. II. The even-parity sector

Author(s): Tsutomu Kobayashi, Hayato Motohashi, and Teruaki SuyamaWe perform a fully relativistic analysis of even-parity linear perturbations around a static and spherically symmetric solution in the … - General relativistic hydrodynamics in curvilinear coordinates

Author(s): Pedro J. Montero, Thomas W. Baumgarte, and Ewald MüllerIn this paper we report on what we believe is the first successful implementation of relativistic hydrodynamics, coupled to dynamical … - Ultraviolet complete Lorentz-invariant theory with superluminal signal propagation

Author(s): Patrick Cooper, Sergei Dubovsky, and Ali MohsenWe describe a UV complete asymptotically fragile Lorentz-invariant theory exhibiting superluminal signal propagation. Its low energy effective … - Pulsar spin-down luminosity: Simulations in general relativity

Author(s): Milton Ruiz, Vasileios Paschalidis, and Stuart L. ShapiroAdopting our new method for matching general relativistic, ideal magnetohydrodynamics to its force-free limit, we perform the first … - Second Einstein Telescope mock science challenge: Detection of the gravitational-wave stochastic background from compact binary coalescences

Author(s): Tania Regimbau, Duncan Meacher, and Michael CoughlinWe present the results of the search for an astrophysical gravitational-wave stochastic background during the second Einstein Telescope m … - Matrix model for deconfinement in a SU(Nc) gauge theory in 2+1 dimensions

Author(s): P. Bicudo, Robert D. Pisarski, and E. SeelWe use an effective matrix model to study deconfinement in a pure SU(Nc) gauge theory, without quarks, in d=2+1 dimensions. Expanding about a const … - Spontaneous symmetry breaking in dual-core baby-Skyrmion systems

Author(s): Boris A. Malomed, Yakov Shnir, and Gleb ZhilinWe introduce a system composed of two (2+1)-dimensional baby-Skyrmion models (BSMs) set on parallel planes and linearly coupled by tunneling of … - Domain wall Skyrmions

Author(s): Sven Bjarke Gudnason and Muneto NittaSkyrmions of different dimensions are related by domain walls. We obtain explicit full numerical solutions of various Skyrmion configurations trapped in … - Metastability of the false vacuum in a Higgs-seesaw model of dark energy

Author(s): Lawrence M. Krauss and Andrew J. LongIn a recently proposed Higgs-seesaw model the observed scale of dark energy results from a metastable false vacuum energy associated with mixing of the … - Traversable wormholes without exotic matter in multimetric repulsive gravity

Author(s): Manuel HohmannWe present a static, spherically symmetric, traversable wormhole solution to multimetric gravity which is sustained by only nonexotic matter, i.e., matter which satisfies all … - Double parton interactions in γ+3 jet and γ+b/cjet+2 jet events in pp¯ collisions at s=1.96 TeV

Author(s): V. M. Abazov et al. (D0 Collaboration)We determine the fraction of events with double parton (DP) scattering in a single pp¯ collision at s=1.96 TeV in samples of γ+3 jet and γ+b/c jet+2 j … - Measurement of neutral current e±p cross sections at high Bjorken x with the ZEUS detector

Author(s): H. Abramowicz et al. (ZEUS Collaboration)The neutral current e±p cross section has been measured up to values of Bjorken x≅1 with the ZEUS detector at HERA using an integrated luminosity of … - Study of B0→ρ0ρ0 decays, implications for the CKM angle ϕ2 and search for other B0 decay modes with a four-pion final state

Author(s): P. Vanhoefer et al.We present a study of the branching fraction of the decay B0→ρ0ρ0 and the fraction of longitudinally polarized ρ0 mesons in this decay. The results are obtained from the … - Intrinsic charm parton distribution functions from CTEQ-TEA global analysis

Author(s): Sayipjamal Dulat, Tie-Jiun Hou, Jun Gao, Joey Huston, Jon Pumplin, Carl Schmidt, Daniel Stump, and C.-P. YuanWe study the possibility of intrinsic (nonperturbative) charm in parton distribu … - Advantages of multiple detectors for the neutrino mass hierarchy determination at reactor experiments

Author(s): Emilio Ciuffoli, Jarah Evslin, Zhimin Wang, Changgen Yang, Xinmin Zhang, and Weili ZhongWe study the advantages of a second identical detector at a medium baseline reactor neutrino experime … - Cross section measurements with monoenergetic muon neutrinos

Author(s): J. SpitzThe monoenergetic 236 MeV muon neutrino from charged kaon decay at rest (K+→μ+νμ) can be used to produce a novel set of cross section measurements. Applicable for short- and long-ba … - One-loop single-real-emission contributions to pp→H+X at next-to-next-to-next-to-leading order

Author(s): William B. KilgoreI compute the contributions of the one-loop single-real-emission amplitudes, gg→Hg, qg→Hq, etc., to inclusive Higgs boson production through next-to-next-to-next-to-leadin … - Jet-induced collective modes in an anisotropic quark-gluon plasma

Author(s): Mahatsab Mandal and Pradip RoyWe discuss the characteristics of collective modes induced by relativistic jets in a collisionless anisotropic quark-gluon plasma (AQGP) assuming a colorless T … - Neutron in a strong magnetic field: Finite volume effects

Author(s): Brian C. TiburziWe investigate the neutron’s response to magnetic fields on a torus with the aid of chiral perturbation theory, and expose effects from nonvanishing holonomies. The determin …