- Electric and magnetic energy at axion haloscopes

Author(s): B. R. Ko, H. Themann, W. Jang, J. Choi, D. Kim, M. J. Lee, J. Lee, E. Won, and Y. K. SemertzidisWe review the electro-magnetic energy at axion haloscopes and find that the electric and the … - Measurement of the e^{+} e^{−} →K^{+} K^{−} cross section in the energy range sqrt[s] =1.05−2.0 GeV

Author(s): M. N. Achasov et al.The e^{+}e^{−}→K^{+}K^{−} cross section is measured in the center-of-mass energy range 1.05–2.00 GeV at the SND detector. The measurement is based on data with an integr … - QCD string in excited heavy-light mesons and heavy-quark hybrids

Author(s): Yu. S. Kalashnikova and A. V. NefedievThe QCD string model is employed to evaluate the masses of orbitally and radially excited heavy-light mesons and lightest hybrids in the spectrum of ch … - Meson cloud effects on the pion quark distribution function in the chiral constituent quark model

Author(s): Akira Watanabe, Chung Wen Kao, and Katsuhiko SuzukiWe investigate the valence quark distribution function of the pion v^{π}(x,Q^{2}) in the framework of the chiral constituent quark model a … - Model of random center vortex lines in continuous 2+1-dimensional spacetime

Author(s): Derar Altarawneh, Michael Engelhardt, and Roman HöllwieserA picture of confinement in QCD based on a condensate of thick vortices with fluxes in the center of the gauge group (center vortic … - Critical endline of the finite temperature phase transition for 2+1 flavor QCD around the SU(3)-flavor symmetric point

Author(s): Yoshinobu Kuramashi, Yoshifumi Nakamura, Shinji Takeda, and Akira UkawaWe investigate the critical endline of the finite temperature phase transition of QCD around the SU(3)-flavor symmetri … - Overcoming the sign problem in one-dimensional QCD by new integration rules with polynomial exactness

Author(s): A. Ammon, T. Hartung, K. Jansen, H. Leövey, and J. VolmerIn this paper we describe a new integration method for the groups U(N) and SU(N), for which we verified numerically that it is polyn … - FCNC decays of standard model fermions into a dark photon

Author(s): Emidio Gabrielli, Barbara Mele, Martti Raidal, and Elena VenturiniWe analyze a new class of FCNC processes, the f→f^{′}γ[over ¯] decays of a fermion f into a lighter (same-charge) fermion f … - Testing the type II radiative seesaw model: From dark matter detection to LHC signatures

Author(s): Shu-Yuan Guo, Zhi-Long Han, and Yi LiaoWe analyze the testability of the type II radiative seesaw in which neutrino mass and dark matter (DM) are related at one-loop level. Under the constr … - Phenomenology of dark matter in chiral U(1)_{X} dark sector

Author(s): P. Ko and Takaaki NomuraWe consider dark matter physics in a model for the dark sector with extra dark U(1)_{X} gauge symmetry. The dark sector is composed of exotic fermions that are charg … - Angular power spectrum of the diffuse gamma-ray emission as measured by the Fermi Large Area Telescope and constraints on its dark matter interpretation

Author(s): Mattia Fornasa, Alessandro Cuoco, Jesús Zavala, Jennifer M. Gaskins, Miguel A. Sánchez-Conde, German Gomez-Vargas, Eiichiro Komatsu, Tim Linden, Francisco Prada, Fabio Zandanel, and Aldo Mo … - Multitracing anisotropic non-Gaussianity with galaxy shapes

Author(s): Nora Elisa Chisari, Cora Dvorkin, Fabian Schmidt, and David N. SpergelCorrelations between intrinsic galaxy shapes on large scales arise due to the effect of the tidal field of the large-sc … - Constraints on tachyon inflationary models with an AdS/CFT correspondence

Author(s): Zahra Bouabdallaoui, Ahmed Errahmani, Mariam Bouhmadi-López, and Taoufik OualiTo study the effect of the anti–de Sitter/conformal field theory correspondence (AdS/CFT) on the primordial inf … - Analytic solutions of the geodesic equation for U(1)^{2} dyonic rotating black holes

Author(s): Kai Flathmann and Saskia GrunauIn this article, we derive the geodesic equations in the U(1)^{2} dyonic rotating black hole spacetime. We present their solutions in terms of the Kleinian σ … - Fixed point structure of the conformal factor field in quantum gravity

Author(s): Juergen A. Dietz, Tim R. Morris, and Zoë H. SladeThe O(∂^{2}) background-independent flow equations for conformally reduced gravity are shown to be equivalent to flow equations naturally ad … - Casimir force between δ−δ^{′} mirrors transparent at high frequencies

Author(s): Alessandra N. Braga, Jeferson Danilo L. Silva, and Danilo T. AlvesWe investigate, in the context of a real massless scalar field in 1+1 dimensions, models of partially reflecting mirrors si … - Emergent dimensions and branes from large-N confinement

Author(s): Aleksey Cherman and Erich PoppitzN=1 SU(N) super-Yang-Mills theory on R^{3}×S^{1} is believed to have a smooth dependence on the circle size L. Making L small leads to calculable nonperturb … - Connecting radiative neutrino mass, neutron-antineutron oscillation, proton decay, and leptogenesis through dark matter

Author(s): Pei-Hong Gu, Ernest Ma, and Utpal SarkarThe scotogenic mechanism for radiative neutrino mass is generalized to include neutron-antineutron oscillation as well as proton decay. Dark matter i … - Studies of inclusive four-jet production with two b-tagged jets in proton-proton collisions at 7 TeV

Author(s): V. Khachatryan et al. (CMS Collaboration)Measurements are presented of the cross section for the production of at least four jets, of which at least two originate from b quarks, in proton-p … - Data-driven model-independent searches for long-lived particles at the LHC

Author(s): Andrea Coccaro, David Curtin, H. J. Lubatti, Heather Russell, and Jessie SheltonNeutral long-lived particles (LLPs) are highly motivated by many beyond the Standard Model scenarios, such as … - Asymptotic 3-loop heavy flavor corrections to the charged current structure functions F_{L}^{W^{+} −W^{−} } (x,Q^{2} ) and F_{2}^{W^{+} −W^{−} } (x,Q^{2} )

Author(s): A. Behring, J. Blümlein, G. Falcioni, A. De Freitas, A. von Manteuffel, and C. SchneiderWe derive the massive Wilson coefficients for the heavy flavor contributions to the nonsinglet charge … - Does the complex Langevin method give unbiased results?

Author(s): L. L. SalcedoWe investigate whether the stationary solution of the Fokker-Planck equation of the complex Langevin algorithm reproduces the correct expectation values. When the complex Lange … - Extending the reach of compressed gluinos at the LHC

Author(s): Antonio Delgado, Adam Martin, and Nirmal RajConventional supersymmetry searches rely on large missing momentum and, on that account, are unsuitable for discovering superpartners nearly dege … - Testing the dark matter scenario in the inert doublet model by future precision measurements of the Higgs boson couplings

Author(s): Shinya Kanemura, Mariko Kikuchi, and Kodai SakuraiWe evaluate radiative corrections to the Higgs boson couplings in the inert doublet model, in which the lightest component of the Z_{2} odd … - Low scale inflation at high energy colliders and meson factories

Author(s): Joseph Bramante, Jessica Cook, Antonio Delgado, and Adam MartinInflation occurring at energy densities less than (10^{14} GeV)^{4} produces tensor perturbations too small to be measured by … - Inflationary field excursion in broad classes of scalar field models

Author(s): Argha Banerjee and Ratna KoleyIn single-field slow-roll inflation models, the height and slope of the potential are made to satisfy certain conditions to match with observations. This in tu … - Comparison of methods for the detection of gravitational waves from unknown neutron stars

Author(s): S. Walsh, M. Pitkin, M. Oliver, S. D’Antonio, V. Dergachev, A. Królak, P. Astone, M. Bejger, M. Di Giovanni, O. Dorosh, S. Frasca, P. Leaci, S. Mastrogiovanni, A. Miller, C. Palomba, M. A. … - Fermions and gravitational gyrotropy

Author(s): Adam D. HelferIn conventional general relativity without torsion, high-frequency gravitational waves couple to the chiral number density of spin one-half quanta: the polarization of the wav … - Force-free foliations

Author(s): Geoffrey Compère, Samuel E. Gralla, and Alexandru LupsascaElectromagnetic field configurations with vanishing Lorentz force density are known as force-free and appear in terrestrial, space, … - Nonlinear dynamics from the relativistic Boltzmann equation in the Friedmann-Lemaître-Robertson-Walker spacetime

Author(s): D. Bazow, G. S. Denicol, U. Heinz, M. Martinez, and J. NoronhaThe dissipative dynamics of an expanding massless gas with constant cross section in a spatially flat Friedmann-Lemaître-Robert … - Search for long-lived charged particles in proton-proton collisions at sqrt[s] =13 TeV

Author(s): V. Khachatryan et al. (CMS Collaboration)Results are presented of a search for heavy stable charged particles produced in proton-proton collisions at sqrt[s]=13 TeV using a data sample cor … - Generalized geodesic deviation equations and an entanglement first law for rotating BTZ black holes

Author(s): Avirup Ghosh and Rohit MishraThe change in holographic entanglement entropy (HEE) for small fluctuations about pure anti–de Sitter is given by a perturbative expansion of the area functiona … - Measurements of the absolute branching fractions for D_{s}^{+} →ηe^{+} ν_{e} and D_{s}^{+} →η^{′} e^{+} ν_{e}

Author(s): M. Ablikim et al. (BESIII Collaboration)By analyzing 482 pb^{−1} of e^{+}e^{−} collision data collected at sqrt[s]=4.009 GeV with the BESIII detector at the BEPCII collider, we measure th … - Measurement of the Higgs boson mass and e^{+} e^{−} →ZH cross section using Z→μ^{+} μ^{−} and Z→e^{+} e^{−} at the ILC

Author(s): J. Yan, S. Watanuki, K. Fujii, A. Ishikawa, D. Jeans, J. Strube, J. Tian, and H. YamamotoThis paper presents a full simulation study of the measurement of the production cross section (σ_{Z … - Overscreened Kondo effect, (color) superconductivity, and Shiba states in Dirac metals and quark matter

Author(s): Takuya Kanazawa and Shun UchinoWe study the interplay between the Kondo effect and (color) superconductivity in doped Dirac metals with magnetic impurities and in quark matter with colorful … - Chiral corrections to the Adler-Weisberger sum rule

Author(s): Silas R. Beane and Natalie KlcoThe Adler-Weisberger sum rule for the nucleon axial-vector charge, g_{A}, offers a unique signature of chiral symmetry and its breaking in QCD. Its derivation … - Influence of chiral chemical potential, parallel electric, and magnetic fields on the critical temperature of QCD

Author(s): M. Ruggieri, Z. Y. Lu, and G. X. PengWe study the influence of external parallel electric and magnetic fields and a chiral chemical potential μ_{5} on the chiral phase transition of quantum … - Supermassive black hole binary environments: Effects on the scaling laws and time to detection for the stochastic background

Author(s): S. J. Vigeland and X. SiemensOne of the primary gravitational wave (GW) sources for pulsar timing arrays (PTAs) is the stochastic background formed by supermassive black holes binaries (SMB … - Strong lensing by fermionic dark matter in galaxies

Author(s): L. Gabriel Gómez, C. R. Argüelles, Volker Perlick, J. A. Rueda, and R. RuffiniIt has been shown that a self-gravitating system of massive keV fermions in thermodynamic equilibrium correctly … - Optimal uncertainty relations in a modified Heisenberg algebra

Author(s): Kais Abdelkhalek, Wissam Chemissany, Leander Fiedler, Gianpiero Mangano, and René SchwonnekVarious theories that aim at unifying gravity with quantum mechanics suggest modifications of the … - Light propagation in the gravitational field of one arbitrarily moving pointlike body in the 2PN approximation

Author(s): Sven ZschockeAn analytical solution for the light trajectory in the near zone of the gravitational field of one pointlike body in arbitrary slow motion in the post-post-Newtonian approximat … - Gauge dependence of the AdS instability problem

Author(s): Fotios V. Dimitrakopoulos, Ben Freivogel, Juan F. Pedraza, and I-Sheng YangPrevious work on the anti–de Sitter (AdS) instability problem within the two-time framework (TTF) has found an “os … - Relativistic gravity gradiometry

Author(s): Donato Bini and Bahram MashhoonIn general relativity, relativistic gravity gradiometry involves the measurement of the relativistic tidal matrix, which is theoretically obtained from the pr … - Jet flavor classification in high-energy physics with deep neural networks

Author(s): Daniel Guest, Julian Collado, Pierre Baldi, Shih-Chieh Hsu, Gregor Urban, and Daniel WhitesonClassification of jets as originating from light-flavor or heavy-flavor quarks is an important t … - Analysis of four-zero textures in the 3+1 neutrino framework

Author(s): Debasish Borah, Monojit Ghosh, Shivani Gupta, Suprabh Prakash, and Sushant K. RautThe presence of a zero texture in the neutrino mass matrix can indicate the presence of an underlying symme … - Impact of finite density on spectroscopic parameters of decuplet baryons

Author(s): K. Azizi, N. Er, and H. SunduThe decuplet baryons, Δ, Σ^{*}, Ξ^{*}, and Ω^{−}, are studied in nuclear matter by using the in-medium QCD sum rules. By fixing the three-momentum of the partic … - Analytical O(α_{s} ) corrections to the beam frame double-spin density matrix elements of e^{+} e^{−} →tt [over ¯]

Author(s): L. Kaldamäe, S. Groote, and J. G. KörnerWe provide analytical results for the O(α_{s}) corrections to the double-spin density matrix elements in the reaction e^{+}e^{−}→tt[over ¯]. These co … - First Monte Carlo analysis of fragmentation functions from single-inclusive e^{+} e^{−} annihilation

Author(s): Nobuo Sato, J. J. Ethier, W. Melnitchouk, M. Hirai, S. Kumano, and A. Accardi (Jefferson Lab Angular Momentum Collaboration)We perform the first iterative Monte Carlo (IMC) analysis of frag … - Fermion bag approach for the massive Thirring model at finite density

Author(s): Daming LiWe consider the 2+1-dimensional massive Thirring model with one flavor at finite density. Two numerical methods, the fermion bag approach and complex Langevin dynamics, are used to … - Multiscale Monte Carlo equilibration: Two-color QCD with two fermion flavors

Author(s): William Detmold and Michael G. EndresWe demonstrate the applicability of a recently proposed multiscale thermalization algorithm to two-color quantum chromodynamics (QCD) with two mass-dege … - Two-dimensional O(3) model at nonzero density: From dual lattice simulations to repulsive bosons

Author(s): Falk Bruckmann, Christof Gattringer, Thomas Kloiber, and Tin SulejmanpasicWe discuss the thermodynamics of the O(3) nonlinear sigma model in 1+1 dimensions at nonzero chemical potential (eq … - Chiral solution to the Ginsparg-Wilson equation

Author(s): Dorota M. Grabowska and David B. KaplanWe present a chiral solution of the Ginsparg-Wilson equation. This work is motivated by our recent proposal for nonperturbatively regulating chiral ga … - Explanation of B→K^{(*)} l^{+} l^{−} and muon g−2, and implications at the LHC

Author(s): Chuan-Hung Chen, Takaaki Nomura, and Hiroshi OkadaMore than 3σ deviations from the standard model are observed in the angular observable P_{5}^{′} of B→K^{*}μ^{+}μ^{−} and muon g−2. To reso … - Diphoton excess in the 2HDM: Hastening towards instability and the nonperturbative regime

Author(s): Enrico Bertuzzo, Pedro A. N. Machado, and Marco TaosoIn December 2015, the ATLAS and CMS collaborations presented a possible signal in the diphoton channel. Although more data have shown th … - Applying Bayesian inference to Galileon solutions of the muon problem

Author(s): Henry LammWe derive corrections to atomic energy levels from disformal couplings in Galileon theories. Through Bayesian inference, we constrain the cutoff radii and Galileon scale via these … - Neutral naturalness with bifundamental gluinos

Author(s): Tony Gherghetta, Minh Nguyen, and Zachary ThomasWe study constraints on one-loop neutral naturalness at the LHC by considering gluon partners which are required to ameliorate the tuning in … - Parity-doublet representation of Majorana fermions and neutron oscillation

Author(s): Kazuo Fujikawa and Anca TureanuWe present a parity-doublet theorem for the representation of the intrinsic parity of Majorana fermions, which is expected to be useful also in condensed matt … - Q-balls in DBI type k field theory

Author(s): Masashi Kuniyasu, Nobuyuki Sakai, and Kiyoshi ShiraishiWe of Q-balls in Dirac-Born-Infeld type k field theory, whose action includes a nonlinear kinetic term, sqrt[1−bg^{μν}∂_{μ}ϕ^{a}∂_{ν}ϕ ... - Testing the dark matter subhalo hypothesis of the gamma-ray source 3FGL J2212.5+0703

Author(s): Yuan-Peng Wang, Kai-Kai Duan, Peng-Xiong Ma, Yun-Feng Liang, Zhao-Qiang Shen, Shang Li, Chuan Yue, Qiang Yuan, Jing-Jing Zang, Yi-Zhong Fan, and Jin ChangN-body simulations predict that gal ... - Moduli backreaction on inflationary attractors

Author(s): Diederik Roest, Marco Scalisi, and Pelle WerkmanWe investigate the interplay between moduli dynamics and inflation, focusing on the Kachru-Kallosh-Linde-Trivedi scenario and cosmological α- ... - Decaying dark matter search with NuSTAR deep sky observations

Author(s): A. Neronov, D. Malyshev, and D. EckertWe present the results of the search for decaying dark matter with particle mass in the 6–40 keV range with NuSTAR deep observations of COSMOS and ECDF ... - Gyroscope precession along unbound equatorial plane orbits around a Kerr black hole

Author(s): Donato Bini, Andrea Geralico, and Robert T. JantzenThe precession of a test gyroscope along unbound equatorial plane geodesic orbits around a Kerr black hole is analyzed with respect to a s ... - Growth factor in f(T,T) gravity

Author(s): Gabriel Farrugia and Jackson Levi SaidWe investigate the growth factor for subhorizon modes during late times in f(T,T) gravity, where T is the torsion scalar and T is the trace of the stre ... - f(T) gravitational baryogenesis

Author(s): V. K. Oikonomou and Emmanuel N. SaridakisWe investigate how baryogenesis can occur by the presence of an f(T)-related gravitational term. We study various cases of f(T) gravity, and we disc ... - Wormholes and black universes without phantom fields in Einstein-Cartan theory

Author(s): K. A. Bronnikov and A. M. GaliakhmetovWe obtain a family of regular static, spherically symmetric solutions in Einstein-Cartan theory with an electromagnetic field and a nonminimally couple ... - Scheme-independent series expansions at an infrared zero of the beta function in asymptotically free gauge theories

Author(s): Thomas A. Ryttov and Robert ShrockWe consider an asymptotically free vectorial gauge theory, with gauge group G and N_{f} fermions in a representation R of G, having an infrared (IR) zero i ... - Schwinger pairs production in a soft-wall model

Author(s): Feng Qu and Ding-fang ZengThe Schwinger pairs production rate is calculated numerically in the soft-wall model with the help of a simpler method in determining the soft-wall’s position beyo ... - Updated measurement of the e^{+} e^{−} →ωπ^{0} →π^{0} π^{0} γ cross section with the SND detector

Author(s): M. N. Achasov et al.We analyze a 37 pb^{−1} data sample collected with the SND detector at the VEPP-2000 e^{+}e^{−} collider in the center-of-mass energy range 1.05–2.00 GeV and present an ... - Parametrizations of the γ^{*} N→Δ(1232) quadrupole form factors and Siegert’s theorem

Author(s): G. RamalhoThe large N_{c} limit provides relations that can be used to calculate the γ^{*}N→Δ(1232) quadrupole form factors at low and intermediate Q^{2} under the assumption of the pion cl ... - Double peak searches for scalar and pseudoscalar resonances at the LHC

Author(s): Marcela Carena, Peisi Huang, Ahmed Ismail, Ian Low, Nausheen R. Shah, and Carlos E. M. WagnerMany new physics models contain a neutral scalar resonance that can be predominantly produced vi ... - Spontaneous CP violation in the 2HDM: Physical conditions and the alignment limit

Author(s): B. Grzadkowski, O. M. Ogreid, and P. OslandFor the general two-Higgs-doublet model, we present conditions for having spontaneous CP violation, in terms of physical masses and couplings. The ... - Lepton number violation in 331 models

Author(s): Renato M. Fonseca and Martin HirschDifferent models based on the extended SU(3)_{C}×SU(3)_{L}×U(1)_{X} (331) gauge group have been proposed over the past four decades. Yet, despite being an ... - Probability density function for neutrino masses and mixings

Author(s): Jean-François Fortin, Nicolas Giasson, and Luc MarleauThe anarchy principle leading to the seesaw ensemble is studied analytically with the usual tools of random matrix theory. The probabil ... - Neutrino propagation in the Galactic dark matter halo

Author(s): P. F. de Salas, R. A. Lineros, and M. TórtolaNeutrino oscillations are a widely observed and well-established phenomenon. It is also well known that deviations with respect to flavor conver ... - General properties and kinetics of spontaneous baryogenesis

Author(s): E. V. Arbuzova, A. D. Dolgov, and V. A. NovikovGeneral features of spontaneous baryogenesis are studied. The relation between the time derivative of the (pseudo) Goldstone field and the bar ... - Quintessential scale dependence from separate universe simulations

Author(s): Chi-Ting Chiang, Yin Li, Wayne Hu, and Marilena LoVerdeBy absorbing fluctuations into a local background, separate universe simulations provide a powerful technique to characterize the resp ... - Strong deflection limit analysis and gravitational lensing of an Ellis wormhole

Author(s): Naoki TsukamotoObservations of gravitational lenses in strong gravitational fields give us a clue to understanding dark compact objects. In this paper, we extend a method to obtain a deflec ... - Dynamics of test particles in the five-dimensional, charged, rotating Einstein-Maxwell-Chern-Simons spacetime

Author(s): Shruti Paranjape and Stephan ReimersWe derive the complete set of geodesic equations for massive and massless test particles of a five-dimensional, charged, rotating black hole solution of ... - Quark self-energy in an ellipsoidally anisotropic quark-gluon plasma

Author(s): Babak S. Kasmaei, Mohammad Nopoush, and Michael StricklandWe calculate the quark self-energy in a quark-gluon plasma that possesses an ellipsoidal momentum-space anisotropy in the local res ... - Small deformation of a simple N=2 superconformal theory

Author(s): Matthew Buican and Takahiro NishinakaWe study an interesting relevant deformation of the simplest interacting N=2 superconformal field theory (SCFT)—the original Argyres-Douglas (AD) theory ... - Closing the equations of motion of anisotropic fluid dynamics by a judicious choice of a moment of the Boltzmann equation

Author(s): E. Molnár, H. Niemi, and D. H. RischkeIn Molnár et al. Phys. Rev. D 93, 114025 (2016) the equations of anisotropic dissipative fluid dynamics were obtained from the moments of the Boltzmann ... - Generalized Skyrme model with the loosely bound potential

Author(s): Sven Bjarke Gudnason, Baiyang Zhang, and Nana MaWe study a generalization of the loosely bound Skyrme model which consists of the Skyrme model with a sixth-order derivative term—motivated b ... - Holographic equivalence between the first law of entanglement entropy and the linearized gravitational equations

Author(s): Benjamin MoskWe use the intertwining properties of integral transformations to provide a compact proof of the holographic equivalence between the first law of entanglement entropy and the l ... - Universal isolation in the AdS landscape

Author(s): U. H. Danielsson, G. Dibitetto, and S. C. VargasWe study the universal conditions for quantum nonperturbative stability against bubble nucleation for pertubatively stable AdS vacua based on ... - Color screening masses from string models

Author(s): Oleg AndreevWe use gauge or string duality to estimate the Debye screening mass at nonzero temperature and baryon chemical potential. We interpret this mass as the smallest one in the open ... - Study of B_{c}^{+} decays to the K^{+} K^{−} π^{+} final state and evidence for the decay B_{c}^{+} →χ_{c0} π^{+}

Author(s): R. Aaij et al. (LHCb Collaboration)A study of B_{c}^{+}→K^{+}K^{−}π^{+} decays is performed for the first time using data corresponding to an integrated luminosity of 3.0 fb^{−1} collected ... - Forward hadron productions in proton-proton collisions in small-x formalism

Author(s): Kazuhiro Watanabe and Bo-Wen XiaoEmploying the so-called hybrid formalism, we calculate the cross section of inclusive hadron production in proton-proton collisions at forward rapidity in s ... - Missing energy signature from invisible decays of dark photons at the CERN SPS

Author(s): S. N. Gninenko, N. V. Krasnikov, M. M. Kirsanov, and D. V. KirpichnikovThe dark photon (A^{′}) production through the mixing with the bremsstrahlung photon from the electron scattering off ... - L_{μ} −L_{τ} theory of Higgs flavor violation and (g−2)_{μ}

Author(s): Wolfgang Altmannshofer, Marcela Carena, and Andreas CrivellinSeveral experiments reported hints for the violation of lepton flavor or lepton flavor universality in processes involving muons ... - Lines and boxes: Unmasking Dynamical Dark Matter through correlations in the MeV gamma-ray spectrum

Author(s): Kimberly K. Boddy, Keith R. Dienes, Doojin Kim, Jason Kumar, Jong-Chul Park, and Brooks ThomasIdentifying signatures of dark matter at indirect-detection experiments is generally more chall ... - Study of WIMP annihilations into a pair of on-shell scalar mediators

Author(s): Lian-Bao JiaIn this article, we focus on new scalar ϕ mediated scalar/vectorial weakly interacting massive particles (WIMPs) with ϕ’s mass slightly below the WIMP mass. To explain the Galac ... - a_{1} (1420) peak as the πf_{0} (980) decay mode of the a_{1} (1260)

Author(s): F. Aceti, L. R. Dai, and E. OsetWe study the decay mode of the a_{1}(1260) into a π^{+} in p wave and the f_{0}(980) that decays into π^{+}π^{−} in s wave. The mechanism proceeds via a tria ... - High-energy tail of the Galactic Center gamma-ray excess

Author(s): Tim Linden, Nicholas L. Rodd, Benjamin R. Safdi, and Tracy R. SlatyerObservations by the Fermi-LAT have uncovered a bright, spherically symmetric excess surrounding the center of the Milky … - No-scalar-hair theorem for spherically symmetric reflecting stars

Author(s): Shahar HodIt is proved that spherically symmetric compact reflecting objects cannot support static bound-state configurations made of scalar fields whose self-interaction potential V(ψ^{2}) … - Modes of the Kerr geometry with purely imaginary frequencies

Author(s): Gregory B. Cook and Maxim ZalutskiyIn this paper, we examine the behavior of modes of the Kerr geometry when the mode’s frequency is purely imaginary. We demonstrate that quasinormal modes … - Spinfoams near a classical curvature singularity

Author(s): Muxin Han and Mingyi ZhangWe apply the technique of the spinfoam to study space-time, which, classically, contains a curvature singularity. We derive from the full covariant loop quantum gr … - Polymer quantization of a self-gravitating thin shell

Author(s): Jonathan Ziprick, Jack Gegenberg, and Gabor KunstatterWe study the quantum mechanics of self-gravitating thin shell collapse by solving the polymerized Wheeler-DeWitt equation. We obtain th … - Publisher’s Note: Corrections to n_{s} and n_{t} from high scale physics [Phys. Rev. D 94, 103508 (2016)]

Author(s): Benedict J. Broy[Phys. Rev. D 94, 109901] Published Wed Nov 30, 2016 - Neutrino flux predictions for the NuMI beam

Author(s): L. Aliaga et al. (MINERνA Collaboration)Knowledge of the neutrino flux produced by the Neutrinos at the Main Injector (NuMI) beamline is essential to the neutrino oscillation and neutrino i …