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Author(s): Enrico Rinaldi, Sergey Syritsyn, Michael L. Wagman, Michael I. Buchoff, Chris Schroeder, and Joseph WasemMatrix elements of six-quark operators are needed to extract new physics constraints … - Settling the ${Z}_{c}(4600)$ in the charged charmoniumlike family

Author(s): Hua-Xing Chen and Wei ChenVery recently LHCb reported the evidence of a new charged charmoniumlike structure in the $J/ψ{π}^{−}$ invariant mass spectrum near 4600 MeV. In this work we inves … - Gauge invariance and the Englert-Brout-Higgs mechanism in non-Hermitian field theories

Author(s): Jean Alexandre, John Ellis, Peter Millington, and Dries SeynaeveWe discuss $\mathcal{P}\mathcal{T}$-symmetric Abelian gauge field theories as well as their extension to the Englert-Brout-Hi … - Doubly virtual $\mathbf{(}{π}^{0},η,{η}^{′}\mathbf{)}→{γ}^{*}{γ}^{*}$ transition form factors in the light-front quark model

Author(s): Ho-Meoyng Choi, Hui-Young Ryu, and Chueng-Ryong JiWe report our investigation on the doubly virtual transition form factors (TFFs) ${F}_{\mathrm{P}{γ}^{*}}({Q}_{1}^{2},{Q}_{2}^{2})$ for the … - Phenomenological consequences of the refined swampland conjecture

Author(s): Hajime Fukuda, Ryo Saito, Satoshi Shirai, and Masahito YamazakiWe discuss phenomenological consequences of the recently introduced refinements of the de Sitter swampland conjecture, which c … - Black hole scalarization from the breakdown of scale invariance

Author(s): Carlos A. R. Herdeiro and Eugen RaduElectrovacuum black holes are scale invariant; their energy-momentum tensor is traceless. Quantum corrections of various sorts, however, can often produc … - What can PSR J1640-4631 tell us about the internal physics of this neutron star?

Author(s): Quan Cheng, Shuang-Nan Zhang, Xiao-Ping Zheng, and Xi-Long FanGravitational wave emissions (GWEs) of pulsars could not only make them promising targets for continuous gravitational wave sea … - Swampland conjectures and late-time cosmology

Author(s): Marco Raveri, Wayne Hu, and Savdeep SethiWe discuss the cosmological implications of the string swampland conjectures for late-time cosmology, and test them against a wide range of state of … - Preheating after Higgs inflation: Self-resonance and gauge boson production

Author(s): Evangelos I. Sfakianakis and Jorinde van de VisWe perform an extensive analysis of linear fluctuations during preheating in Higgs inflation in the Einstein frame, where the fields are minim … - Interpreting $A$ and $B$ metrics with $\mathrm{Λ}$ as gravitational field of a tachyon in an (anti–)de Sitter universe

Author(s): O. Hruška and J. PodolskýWe investigate the main properties and mutual relations of the so-called $A$ and $B$ metrics with any value of the cosmological constant. In particular, we explicit … - Constrained Hamiltonian analysis of a nonrelativistic Schrödinger field coupled with Chern-Simons gravity

Author(s): Pradip Mukherjee and Abdus SattarWe provide a constrained Hamiltonian analysis of a nonrelativistic Schrödinger field in $2+1$ dimensions, coupled with Chern-Simons gravity. The coupling is … - Superasymptotic and hyperasymptotic approximation to the operator product expansion

Author(s): Cesar Ayala, Xabier Lobregat, and Antonio PinedaGiven an observable and its operator product expansion, we present expressions that carefully disentangle truncated sums of the perturbative … - Baryonic susceptibilities, quark-diquark models, and quark-hadron duality at finite temperature

Author(s): E. Megías, E. Ruiz Arriola, and L. L. SalcedoFluctuations of conserved charges such as baryon number, electric charge, and strangeness may provide a test for completeness of states in latti … - Phase structure of lattice Yang-Mills theory on ${\mathbb{T}}^{2}×{\mathbb{R}}^{2}$

Author(s): M. N. Chernodub, V. A. Goy, and A. V. MolochkovWe study properties of $SU(2)$ Yang-Mills theory on a four-dimensional Euclidean spacetime in which two directions are compactified into a fin … - Exploratory study of the off-shell properties of the weak vector bosons

Author(s): Axel Maas, Sebastian Raubitzek, and Pascal TörekGauge invariance requires even in the weak interactions that physical, observable particles are described by gauge-invariant composite operat … - Testing the standard model with ${D}_{(s)}→{K}_{1}(→Kππ)γ$ decays

Author(s): Nico Adolph, Gudrun Hiller, and Andrey TayduganovThe photon polarization in ${D}_{(s)}→{K}_{1}(→Kππ)γ$ decays can be extracted from an up-down asymmetry in the $Kππ$ system, along the lines … - Two-loop five-point massless QCD amplitudes within the integration-by-parts approach

Author(s): Herschel A. Chawdhry, Matthew A. Lim, and Alexander MitovWe solve the integration-by-parts (IBP) identities needed for the computation of any planar two-loop five-point massless amplitude i … - Searching for low-mass dark matter particles with a massive Ge bolometer operated above ground

Author(s): E. Armengaud et al. (EDELWEISS Collaboration)The EDELWEISS Collaboration has performed a search for dark matter particles with masses below the GeV scale with a 33.4-g germanium cryogenic d … - Nonthermal dark matter from modified early matter domination

Author(s): Rouzbeh Allahverdi and Jacek K. OsińskiThermal freeze-out or freeze-in during a period of early matter domination can give rise to the correct dark matter abundance for $⟨{σ}_{\mathrm{ann}} … - Dirac stars supported by nonlinear spinor fields

Author(s): Vladimir Dzhunushaliev and Vladimir FolomeevWe study configurations consisting of a gravitating spinor field $ψ$ with a nonlinearity of the type $λ{(\overline{ψ}ψ)}^{2}$. To ensure spherica … - Black hole spin axis in numerical relativity

Author(s): Robert Owen, Alex S. Fox, John A. Freiberg, and Terrence Pierre JacquesColliding black holes are systems of profound interest in both gravitational-wave astronomy and in gravitation theory, … - Effects of spin on magnetized binary neutron star mergers and jet launching

Author(s): Milton Ruiz, Antonios Tsokaros, Vasileios Paschalidis, and Stuart L. ShapiroEvents GW170817 and GRB 170817A provide the best confirmation so far that compact binary mergers where at least o … - Numerical evolution of shocks in the interior of Kerr black holes

Author(s): Paul M. Chesler, Erik Curiel, and Ramesh NarayanWe numerically solve Einstein’s equations coupled to a scalar field in the interior of Kerr black holes. We find shock waves form near the in … - Stably stratified stars containing magnetic fields whose toroidal components are much larger than the poloidal ones in general relativity: A perturbation analysis

Author(s): Shijun YoshidaWe construct the stably stratified magnetized stars within the framework of general relativity. The effects of magnetic fields on the structure of the star and spacetime are t … - Relativistic hydrodynamic approach to the classical ideal gas

Author(s): Bartolomé Coll, Joan Josep Ferrando, and Juan Antonio SáezThe necessary and sufficient condition for a conservative perfect fluid energy tensor to be the energetic evolution of a classical … - Gravitational backreaction on a cosmic string: Formalism

Author(s): David F. Chernoff, Éanna É. Flanagan, and Barry WardellWe develop a method for computing the linearized gravitational backreaction for Nambu-Goto strings using a fully covariant formalism. … - Schwinger pair production in hot anti–de Sitter space

Author(s): Prasant Samantray and Suprit SinghWe consider particle production in $1+1$ dimensional thermal anti–de Sitter space under the influence of a constant electric field. The vacuum-persistence … - $\mathbb{C}{\mathbb{P}}^{N}$-Rosochatius system, superintegrability, and supersymmetry

Author(s): Evgeny Ivanov, Armen Nersessian, and Hovhannes ShmavonyanWe propose a new superintegrable mechanical system on the complex projective space ${\mathbb{CP}}^{N}$ involving a potential term to … - Axion reheating in the string landscape

Author(s): James Halverson, Cody Long, Brent Nelson, and Gustavo SalinasWe demonstrate that asymmetric reheating arises in a large ensemble of string compactifications with many axions and gauged dark … - Comment on “Some exact quasinormal frequencies of a massless scalar field in Schwarzschild spacetime”

Author(s): Rodrigo Panosso MacedoA new branch of quasinormal modes for a massless scalar field propagating on the Schwarzschild spacetime was recently announced [D. Batic, M. Nowakowski, and K. Redway ... - Reply to “Comment on ‘Some exact quasinormal frequencies of a massless scalar field in Schwarzschild spacetime’”

Author(s): D. Batic, M. Nowakowski, and K. RedwayWe explain why the analysis in our paper [Phys. Rev. D 98, 024017 (2018)] is relevant and correct.[Phys. Rev. D 99, 088502] Published Wed Apr 17, 2019 - General mathematical analysis on multiple solutions of interfering resonances combinations

Author(s): Yu Bai and Dian-Yong ChenWhen fitting cross sections with several resonances or interfering background and resonances, one usually obtains multiple solutions of parameters with equal fittin … - Lifetimes of doubly heavy baryons ${\mathcal{B}}_{bb}$ and ${\mathcal{B}}_{bc}$

Author(s): Hai-Yang Cheng and Fanrong XuLifetimes of the doubly heavy baryons ${\mathcal{B}}_{bb}$ and ${\mathcal{B}}_{bc}$ are analyzed within the framework of the heavy quark expansion (HQE). Lifeti … - Excited states of $ϕ$ meson

Author(s): Cheng-Qun PangIn this paper, the excited states of the $ϕ$ meson, especially containing the newly observed $X(2000)$ with $I({J}^{P})=0({1}^{−})$ by the BESIII Collaboration, is studied. In … - Nature of the $Y\mathbf{(}4260\mathbf{)}$: A light-quark perspective

Author(s): Yun-Hua Chen, Ling-Yun Dai, Feng-Kun Guo, and Bastian KubisThe $Y(4260)$ has been one of the most puzzling pieces among the so-called $XYZ$ states. In this paper, we try to gain insights in … - Direct $CP$ violation in multi-body $B$ decays with ${a}_{0}^{0}(980)−{f}_{0}(980)$ mixing

Author(s): Chao Wang, Rui-Wu Wang, Xian-Wei Kang, and Xin-Heng GuoWe predict that ${a}_{0}^{0}(980)−{f}_{0}(980)$ mixing would lead to large $CP$ violation. We calculate the localized direct $CP$ asym … - Chiral Lagrangians for mesons with a single heavy quark

Author(s): Shao-Zhou Jiang, Yan-Rui Liu, and Qin-He YangWe construct the relativistic chiral Lagrangians for heavy-light mesons $(Q\overline{q})$ to the $\mathcal{O}({p}^{4})$ order. From $\mathcal{O} … - Proton lifetime upper bound in non-SUSY SU(5) GUT

Author(s): Naoyuki Haba, Yukihiro Mimura, and Toshifumi YamadaIn preparation for upcoming nucleon decay searches at Hyper-Kamiokande, it is important to derive a theoretical upper bound on the proton … - Electric dipole moment of $^{199}\mathrm{Hg}$ atom from $P$, $CP$-odd electron-nucleon interaction

Author(s): K. Yanase, N. Yoshinaga, K. Higashiyama, and N. YamanakaWe calculate the effect of the $P$, $CP$-odd electron-nucleon interaction on the electric dipole moment of the $^{199}\mathrm{Hg}$ at … - Probing $CPT$ breaking induced by quantum decoherence at DUNE

Author(s): J. C. Carrasco, F. N. Díaz, and A. M. GagoWe show that the decoherence phenomena applied to the neutrino system could lead to an observable breaking of the fundamental $CPT$ symmetry. We re … - Non-Abelian Proca-Dirac-Higgs theory: Particlelike solutions and their energy spectrum

Author(s): Vladimir Dzhunushaliev, Vladimir Folomeev, and Arislan MakhmudovWe study a system consisting of a non-Abelian SU(2) Proca field interacting with nonlinear scalar (Higgs) and spinor fields. … - Study of $CP$ violation in ${B}^{−}→{K}^{−}{π}^{+}{π}^{−}$ and ${B}^{−}→{K}^{−}σ\mathbf{(}600\mathbf{)}$ decays in the QCD factorization approach

Author(s): Jing-Juan Qi, Xin-Heng Guo, Zhen-Yang Wang, Zhen-Hua Zhang, and Chao WangIn this work, we study the localized $CP$ violation in ${B}^{−}→{K}^{−}{π}^{+}{π}^{−}$ and ${B}^{−}→{K}^{−}σ(600)$ d … - LISA Pathfinder platform stability and drag-free performance

Author(s): M. Armano et al. (LISA Pathfinder Collaboration)The science operations of the LISA Pathfinder mission have demonstrated the feasibility of sub-femto-g free fall of macroscopic test masses n … - Classifying the unknown: Discovering novel gravitational-wave detector glitches using similarity learning

Author(s): S. Coughlin, S. Bahaadini, N. Rohani, M. Zevin, O. Patane, M. Harandi, C. Jackson, V. Noroozi, S. Allen, J. Areeda, M. Coughlin, P. Ruiz, C. P. L. Berry, K. Crowston, A. K. Katsaggelos, A. … - Foraging for dark matter in large volume liquid scintillator neutrino detectors with multiscatter events

Author(s): Joseph Bramante, Benjamin Broerman, Jason Kumar, Rafael F. Lang, Maxim Pospelov, and Nirmal RajWe show that dark matter with a per-nucleon scattering cross section $≳{10}^{−28}\text{ }\text … - Constraints on cosmic curvature with lensing time delays and gravitational waves

Author(s): Kai LiaoAssuming the $\mathrm{Λ}\mathrm{CDM}$ model, the CMB and BAO observations indicate a very flat Universe. Model-independent measurements are therefore worth studying. Time delays mea … - Constraints on inflation with an extended neutrino sector

Author(s): Gabriela Barenboim, Peter B. Denton, and Isabel M. OldengottConstraints on inflationary models typically assume only the standard models of cosmology and particle physics. By extending the … - Thick shell regime in the chameleon two-body problem

Author(s): Lucila Kraiselburd, Susana Landau, Marcelo Salgado, Daniel Sudarsky, and Héctor VucetichIn a previous paper [Phys. Rev. D 97, 104044 (2018)] we pointed out some shortcomings of the standard … - Accelerating parameter inference with graphics processing units

Author(s): D. Wysocki, R. O’Shaughnessy, Jacob Lange, and Yao-Lung L. FangGravitational wave Bayesian parameter inference involves repeated comparisons of gravitational wave data to generic candidate … - Thermodynamics of bosonic systems in anti–de Sitter spacetime

Author(s): Walace S. Elias, C. Molina, and M. C. BaldiottiWe analyze the thermodynamics of massless bosonic systems in $D$-dimensional anti–de Sitter spacetime, considering scalar, electromagnetic, an … - Exotic compact object behavior in black hole analogues

Author(s): Carlos A. R. Herdeiro and Nuno M. SantosClassical phenomenological aspects of acoustic perturbations on a draining bathtub geometry where a surface with a reflectivity $\mathcal{R}$ is set … - Entanglement renormalization for weakly interacting fields

Author(s): Jordan S. Cotler, M. Reza Mohammadi Mozaffar, Ali Mollabashi, and Ali NasehWe adapt the techniques of entanglement renormalization tensor networks to weakly interacting quantum field theori … - Entanglement entropy of Bell-network states in loop quantum gravity: Analytical and numerical results

Author(s): Eugenio Bianchi, Pietro Donà, and Ilya VilenskyBell-network states are loop-quantum-gravity states that glue quantum polyhedra with entanglement. We present an algorithm and a code that eva … - Diagnosing the reactor antineutrino anomaly with global antineutrino flux data

Author(s): C. Giunti, Y. F. Li, B. R. Littlejohn, and P. T. SurukuchiWe have examined the impact of new Daya Bay, Double Chooz, and RENO measurements on global fits of reactor antineutrino flux data t … - One-loop renormalization of staple-shaped operators in continuum and lattice regularizations

Author(s): Martha Constantinou, Haralambos Panagopoulos, and Gregoris SpanoudesIn this paper we present one-loop results for the renormalization of nonlocal quark bilinear operators, containing a stap … - Same-sign trilepton signal for stop quark in the presence of sneutrino dark matter

Author(s): Dilip Kumar Ghosh, Katri Huitu, Subhadeep Mondal, and Manimala MitraWe explore a minimal supersymmetric standard model scenario extended by one pair of gauge singlets per generation. In the … - Higgsino dark matter in an economical Scherk-Schwarz setup

Author(s): Antonio Delgado, Adam Martin, and Mariano QuirósWe consider a minimal natural supersymmetric model based on an extra dimension with supersymmetry breaking provided by the Scherk-Schwarz mec … - Dedicated strategies for triboson signals from cascade decays of vector resonances

Author(s): Kaustubh Agashe, Jack H. Collins, Peizhi Du, Sungwoo Hong, Doojin Kim, and Rashmish K. MishraNew colorless electroweak (EW) charged spin-1 particles with mass of a few TeV arise in numerous … - Are we overlooking lepton-flavor-universal new physics in $b→sℓℓ$ ?

Author(s): Marcel Algueró, Bernat Capdevila, Sébastien Descotes-Genon, Pere Masjuan, and Joaquim MatiasThe deviations with respect to the Standard Model that are currently observed in $b→sℓℓ$ transiti … - Master Majorana neutrino mass parametrization

Author(s): I. Cordero-Carrión, M. Hirsch, and A. VicenteAfter introducing a master formula for the Majorana neutrino mass matrix, we present a master parametrization for the Yukawa matrices automatica … - Current status of a natural NMSSM in light of LHC 13 TeV data and XENON-1T results

Author(s): Junjie Cao, Yangle He, Liangliang Shang, Yang Zhang, and Pengxuan ZhuIn the natural realization of the next-to-minimal supersymmetric Standard Model, Higgsinos tend to be lighter than about … - Robust constraint on Lorentz violation using Fermi-LAT gamma-ray burst data

Author(s): John Ellis, Rostislav Konoplich, Nikolaos E Mavromatos, Linh Nguyen, Alexander S. Sakharov, and Edward K. Sarkisyan-GrinbaumModels of quantum gravity suggest that the vacuum should be regar … - Effect of filters on the time-delay interferometry residual laser noise for LISA

Author(s): Jean-Baptiste Bayle, Marc Lilley, Antoine Petiteau, and Hubert HalloinThe Laser Interferometer Space Antenna (LISA) is a European Space Agency mission that aims to measure gravitational wav … - Probing neutron star structure via $f$-mode oscillations and damping in dynamical spacetime models

Author(s): Shawn G. Rosofsky, Roman Gold, Cecilia Chirenti, E. A. Huerta, and M. Coleman MillerGravitational wave and electromagnetic observations can provide new insights into the nature of matter at … - Hamiltonian and primary constraints of new general relativity

Author(s): Daniel Blixt, Manuel Hohmann, and Christian PfeiferWe derive the kinematic Hamiltonian for the so-called “new general relativity” class of teleparallel gravity theories, which is the most g … - Structure and thermodynamics of charged nonrotating black holes in higher dimensions

Author(s): H. Benbellout, J. Diaz-Alonso, and D. Rubiera-GarciaWe analyze the structural and thermodynamic properties of $D$-dimensional ($D≥4$), asymptotically flat or anti–de Sitter, electrically ch … - Holography and hydrodynamics with weakly broken symmetries

Author(s): Sašo Grozdanov, Andrew Lucas, and Napat PoovuttikulHydrodynamics is a theory of long-range excitations controlled by equations of motion that encode the conservation of a set of currents (e … - Search for the $B→Y(4260)K$, $Y(4260)→J/ψ{π}^{+}{π}^{−}$ decays

Author(s): R. Garg et al. (Belle Collaboration)We report the results of a search for the $B→Y(4260)K$, $Y(4260)→J/ψ{π}^{+}{π}^{−}$ decays. This study is based on a data sample corresponding to an inte … - Search for trinucleon decay in the Majorana Demonstrator

Author(s): S. I. Alvis et al. (Majorana Collaboration)The Majorana Demonstrator is an ultra-low-background experiment searching for neutrinoless double-beta decay in $^{76}\mathrm{Ge}$. The heavily sh … - Search for baryon and lepton number violation in $J/ψ→{\mathrm{Λ}}_{c}^{+}{e}^{−}+\mathrm{c}.\mathrm{c}.$

Author(s): M. Ablikim et al. (BESIII Collaboration)Using $1.31×1{0}^{9}$ $J/ψ$ events collected by the BESIII detector at the Beijing Electron Positron Collider, we search for the process $J/ψ→{\mathr … - Three-body charmed baryon decays with SU(3) flavor symmetry

Author(s): C. Q. Geng, Y. K. Hsiao, Chia-Wei Liu, and Tien-Hsueh TsaiWe study the three-body antitriplet ${\mathbf{B}}_{\mathbf{c}}→{\mathbf{B}}_{\mathbf{n}}M{M}^{′}$ decays with the $SU(3)$ flavor [$ … - Numerical calculation of the full two-loop electroweak corrections to muon ($g−2$)

Author(s): Tadashi Ishikawa, Nobuya Nakazawa, and Yoshiaki YasuiNumerical calculation of two-loop electroweak corrections to the muon anomalous magnetic moment ($g−2$) is done based on on shell renorm … - Effects of nucleon resonances on $η$ photoproduction off the neutron reexamined

Author(s): Jung-Min Suh, Sang-Ho Kim, and Hyun-Chul KimWe investigate $η$ photoproduction off the neutron target, i.e., $γn→ηn$, employing an effective Lagrangian method combining with a Regge approac … - Electric dipole transitions of $1P$ bottomonia

Author(s): Jorge Segovia, Sebastian Steinbeißer, and Antonio VairoWe compute the electric dipole transitions ${χ}_{bJ}(1P)→γ\mathrm{ϒ}(1S)$, with $J=0$, 1, 2, and ${h}_{b}(1P)→γ{η}_{b}(1S)$ in a model … - Fate of the doubly heavy spin-$3/2$ baryons in a dense medium

Author(s): N. Er and K. AziziWe investigate the behavior of the doubly heavy spin-$3/2$ baryons in cold nuclear matter. In particular, we study the variations of the spectroscopic parameters of the gr … - Dressed quark tensor vertex and nucleon tensor charge

Author(s): Langtian Liu, Lei Chang, and Yu-xin LiuWe construct directly the quark-antiquark scattering kernels of Bethe-Salpeter equation from the quark self-energy, under two specific forms of quark- … - Associated production of ${χ}_{c}$ pairs with a gluon in the collinear-factorization approach

Author(s): Izabela Babiarz, Wolfgang Schäfer, and Antoni SzczurekWe calculate cross section for production of ${χ}_{c}$ pairs in proton-proton collisions. The cross section for the $gg→{χ}_{c{J}_{1}}{ … - Lattice QCD study of the $H$ dibaryon using hexaquark and two-baryon interpolators

Author(s): A. Francis, J. R. Green, P. M. Junnarkar, Ch. Miao, T. D. Rae, and H. WittigWe present a lattice QCD spectroscopy study in the isospin singlet, strangeness $−2$ sectors relevant for the con … - Opposite-parity contaminations in lattice nucleon form factors

Author(s): Finn M. Stokes, Waseem Kamleh, and Derek B. LeinweberThe recently introduced parity expanded variational analysis (PEVA) technique allows for the isolation of baryon eigenstates at finite m … - Pion valence quark distribution from matrix element calculated in lattice QCD

Author(s): Raza Sabbir Sufian, Joseph Karpie, Colin Egerer, Kostas Orginos, Jian-Wei Qiu, and David G. RichardsWe present the first exploratory lattice QCD calculation of the pion valence quark distri … - Selecting models of first-order phase transitions using the synergy between collider and gravitational-wave experiments

Author(s): Katsuya Hashino, Ryusuke Jinno, Mitsuru Kakizaki, Shinya Kanemura, Tomo Takahashi, and Masahiro TakimotoWe investigate the sensitivity of future space-based interferometers such as LISA and … - Constraining the minimal type-III seesaw model with naturalness, lepton flavor violation, and electroweak vacuum stability

Author(s): Srubabati Goswami, Vishnudath K. N., and Najimuddin KhanWe study the minimal type-III seesaw model in which we extend the standard model by adding two $SU(2{)}_{L}$ triplet fermions with ze … - Test of the $R({D}^{(*)})$ anomaly at the LHC

Author(s): Syuhei Iguro, Yuji Omura, and Michihisa TakeuchiThere are discrepancies between the experimental results and the Standard Model predictions, in the lepton flavor universality of the semilep … - Multicomponent dark matter from a hidden gauged SU(3)

Author(s): Alexandre Poulin and Stephen GodfreyWe study Dark Matter (DM) phenomenology with multiple DM species consisting of both scalar and vector DM particles. More specifically, we study the hidde … - Generalized Fermi acceleration

Author(s): Martin LemoineIn highly conducting astrophysical plasmas, charged particles are generically accelerated through Fermi-type processes involving repeated interactions with moving magnetized s … - Constraints on very high energy gamma-ray emission from the Fermi bubbles with future ground-based experiments

Author(s): Lili Yang and Soebur RazzaqueThe origin of sub-TeV gamma rays detected by the Fermi-Large Area Telescope (LAT) from the Fermi bubbles (FBs) at the Galactic center is still uncertain. In a h … - Asymmetric dark stars and neutron star stability

Author(s): Moira I. Gresham and Kathryn M. ZurekWe consider gravitationally bound states of asymmetric dark matter (ADM stars), and the impact of ADM capture on the stability of neutron stars. We deri … - Constraints on generalized Eddington-inspired Born-Infeld branes

Author(s): Zi-Chao Lin, Ke Yang, Yu-Peng Zhang, Jian Wang, and Yu-Xiao LiuThe Palatini $f(|\stackrel{^}{\mathrm{Ω}}|)$ gravity is a generalized theory of the Eddington-inspired Born-Infeld gravity, wh … - An exact time-dependent interior Schwarzschild solution

Author(s): Philip Beltracchi and Paolo GondoloWe present a time-dependent uniform-density interior Schwarzschild solution, an exact solution to the Einstein field equations. Our solution describes the … - Primordial gravitational waves in Horndeski gravity

Author(s): Rafael C. Nunes, Márcio E. S. Alves, and José C. N. de AraujoWe investigate the propagation of primordial gravitational waves within the context of the Horndeski theories; for this, we pres … - Statistical equilibrium of tetrahedra from maximum entropy principle

Author(s): Goffredo Chirco, Isha Kotecha, and Daniele OritiDiscrete formulations of (quantum) gravity in four spacetime dimensions build space out of tetrahedra. We investigate a statistical mechanica … - Determining arbitrary Feynman integrals by vacuum integrals

Author(s): Xiao Liu and Yan-Qing MaThis work introduces a new method for evaluating loop Feynman integrals by relating them, via analytic continuation, to a series of vacuum integrals. The technique i … - Precision measurements of the ${e}^{+}{e}^{−}→{K}_{S}^{0}{K}^{±}{π}^{∓}$ Born cross sections at center-of-mass energies between 3.8 and 4.6 GeV

Author(s): M. Ablikim et al. (BESIII Collaboration)Using data samples collected by the BESIII detector operating at the BEPCII storage ring, we measure the ${e}^{+}{e}^{−}→{K}_{S}^{0}{K}^{±}{π}^{∓}$ B … - Thermalization and chaos in ${\mathrm{QED}}_{3}$

Author(s): Julia Steinberg and Brian SwingleWe study the real time dynamics of ${N}_{f}$ flavors of fermions coupled to a $U(1)$ gauge field in $2+1$ dimensions to leading order in a $1/{N}_{f}$ expan … - Testing gravity on cosmological scales with cosmic shear, cosmic microwave background anisotropies, and redshift-space distortions

Author(s): Agnès Ferté, Donnacha Kirk, Andrew R. Liddle, and Joe ZuntzWe use a range of cosmological data to constrain phenomenological modifications to general relativity on cosmological scales, thro … - Oscillation modes of ultralight BEC dark matter cores

Author(s): F. S. GuzmánStructure formation simulations of ultralight bosonic dark matter, ruled by the Gross-Pitaevskii-Poisson (GPP) system of equations, show that dark matter clumps to form structur … - On Lorentz-invariant spin-2 theories

Author(s): Atsushi Naruko, Rampei Kimura, and Daisuke YamauchiWe construct Lorentz-invariant massless and massive spin-2 theories in flat spacetime. Starting from the most generic action of a rank-2 s … - Bounce in general relativity and higher-order derivative operators

Author(s): Gen Ye and Yun-Song PiaoRecent progress seems to suggest that one must modify general relativity (GR) to stably violate the null energy condition and avoid the cosmological singularity. How … - $U(1)$′ mediated decays of heavy sterile neutrinos in MiniBooNE

Author(s): Peter Ballett, Silvia Pascoli, and Mark Ross-LonerganThe MiniBooNE low-energy excess is a long-standing problem which has received further confirmation with a reanalysis using newly collect … - Cross-section measurements of the Higgs boson decaying into a pair of $τ$-leptons in proton-proton collisions at $\sqrt{s}=13\text{ }\text{ }\mathrm{TeV}$ with the ATLAS detector

Author(s): M. Aaboud et al. (ATLAS Collaboration)A measurement of production cross sections of the Higgs boson in proton-proton collisions is presented in the $H→ττ$ decay channel. The analysis is per …