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Author(s): S. Dobbs, Kamal K. Seth, A. Tomaradze, T. Xiao, and G. BonviciniUsing ${e}^{+}{e}^{−}$ annihilation data taken at the CESR collider with the CLEO-c detector, measurements of hyperon pair pr … - Precision measurement of the $W$-boson mass: Theoretical contributions and uncertainties

Author(s): Carlo Michel Carloni Calame, Mauro Chiesa, Homero Martinez, Guido Montagna, Oreste Nicrosini, Fulvio Piccinini, and Alessandro ViciniWe perform a comprehensive analysis of electroweak, QED, … - Towards the discovery of new physics with lepton-universality ratios of $b→sℓℓ$ decays

Author(s): Li-Sheng Geng, Benjamín Grinstein, Sebastian Jäger, Jorge Martin Camalich, Xiu-Lei Ren, and Rui-Xiang ShiTests of lepton-universality as rate ratios in $b→sℓℓ$ transitions can be predicted … - Neutral weak form factors of proton and neutron

Author(s): Raza Sabbir SufianWe determine the nucleon neutral weak electromagnetic form factors ${G}_{E,M}^{Z,p(n)}$ by combining results from light-front holographic QCD and lattice QCD calculations. … - Nuclear modification of forward Drell-Yan production at the LHC

Author(s): B. DuclouéForward Drell-Yan production at high energy can provide important constraints on gluon densities at small $x$, in the saturation regime. In this work, we focus on the nuclear modi … - Casimir effect and deconfinement phase transition

Author(s): M. N. Chernodub, V. A. Goy, and A. V. MolochkovWe show that the Casimir effect may lead to a deconfinement phase transition induced by the presence of boundaries in confining gauge theories … - Phenomenological analysis of an ${\mathrm{E}}_{6}$-inspired seesaw model

Author(s): Joshua P. Ellis and Raymond R. VolkasWe analyze the phenomenology of a model of neutrino masses inspired by unification in ${\mathrm{E}}_{6}$ in which the exotic neutrinos can be present at … - Neutrino mass with large $SU(2{)}_{L}$ multiplet fields

Author(s): Takaaki Nomura and Hiroshi OkadaWe propose an extension of the standard model introducing large $SU(2{)}_{L}$ multiplet fields which are quartet and septet scalars and quintet Majorana ferm … - Neutrino versus antineutrino oscillation parameters at DUNE and Hyper-Kamiokande experiments

Author(s): André de Gouvêa and Kevin J. KellyTesting, in a nontrivial, model-independent way, the hypothesis that the three-massive-neutrinos paradigm properly describes nature is among the main goals … - Edge states and thermodynamics of rotating relativistic fermions under magnetic field

Author(s): M. N. Chernodub and Shinya GongyoWe discuss free Dirac fermions rotating uniformly inside a cylindrical cavity in the presence of background magnetic field parallel to the cylinder axis. We … - HAWC observations strongly favor pulsar interpretations of the cosmic-ray positron excess

Author(s): Dan Hooper, Ilias Cholis, Tim Linden, and Ke FangRecent measurements of the Geminga and $\mathrm{B}0656+14$ pulsars by the gamma-ray telescope HAWC (along with earlier measurements by Milag … - Second-order cosmological perturbations. I. Produced by scalar-scalar coupling in synchronous gauge

Author(s): Bo Wang and Yang ZhangWe present a systematic study of the 2nd-order scalar, vector, and tensor metric perturbations in the Einstein-de Sitter Universe in synchronous coordinates. For the s … - Second-order cosmological perturbations. II. Produced by scalar-tensor and tensor-tensor couplings

Author(s): Yang Zhang, Fei Qin, and Bo WangWe study the second-order perturbations in the Einstein-de Sitter Universe in synchronous coordinates. We solve the second-order perturbed Einstein equation … - Natural inflation from polymer quantization

Author(s): Masooma Ali and Sanjeev S. SeahraWe study the polymer quantization of a homogeneous massive scalar field in the early Universe using a prescription inequivalent to those previously appearin … - Fundamental physics from future weak-lensing calibrated Sunyaev-Zel’dovich galaxy cluster counts

Author(s): Mathew S. Madhavacheril, Nicholas Battaglia, and Hironao MiyatakeFuture high-resolution measurements of the cosmic microwave background (CMB) will produce catalogs of tens of thousands of g … - Gauged Q-ball decay rates into fermions

Author(s): Jeong-Pyong Hong and Masahiro KawasakiWe derive the decay rate of a gauged Q-ball into fermions, applying the leading semiclassical approximation. We find that more particles come out from … - Post-Newtonian parameters $γ$ and $β$ of scalar-tensor gravity for a homogeneous gravitating sphere

Author(s): Manuel Hohmann and Andreas SchärerWe calculate the parameters $γ$ and $β$ in the parametrized post-Newtonian (PPN) formalism for scalar-tensor gravity (STG) with an arbitrary potential, und … - Projected constraints on the dispersion of gravitational waves using advanced ground- and space-based interferometers

Author(s): Anuradha Samajdar and K. G. ArunCertain alternative theories of gravity predict that gravitational waves will disperse as they travel from the source to the observer. The recent binary blac … - Nonsingular black holes, wormholes, and de Sitter cores from anisotropic fluids

Author(s): Cintia C. Menchon, Gonzalo J. Olmo, and Diego Rubiera-GarciaWe study Born-Infeld gravity coupled to an anisotropic fluid in a static, spherically symmetric background. The free function cha … - Deducing cosmological observables from the $S$ matrix

Author(s): S. P. Miao, T. Prokopec, and R. P. WoodardWe study one loop quantum gravitational corrections to the long range force induced by the exchange of a massless scalar between two massive scalar … - General relativistic observable for gravitational astrometry in the context of the Gaia mission and beyond

Author(s): Mariateresa Crosta, Andrea Geralico, Mario G. Lattanzi, and Alberto VecchiatoWith the launch of the Gaia mission, general relativity (GR) is now at the very core of astrometry. Given the hi … - Density response and collective modes of semiholographic non-Fermi liquids

Author(s): Benoit Douçot, Christian Ecker, Ayan Mukhopadhyay, and Giuseppe PolicastroSemiholographic models of non-Fermi liquids have been shown to have generically stable generalized quasiparticles o … - Butterfly effect in 3D gravity

Author(s): Mohammad M. QaemmaqamiWe study the butterfly effect by considering shock wave solutions near the horizon of the anti–de Sitter black hole in some three-dimensional gravity models including … - Exponential suppression of the cosmological constant in nonsupersymmetric string vacua at two loops and beyond

Author(s): Steven Abel and Richard J. StewartTwo independent criteria are presented that together guarantee exponential suppression of the two-loop cosmological constant in nonsupersymmetric heterotic … - Measurement of the inclusive-isolated prompt-photon cross section in $p\overline{p}$ collisions using the full CDF data set

Author(s): T. Aaltonen et al. (The CDF Collaboration)A measurement of the inclusive production cross section of isolated prompt photons in proton-antiproton collisions at center-of-mass energy $\sqrt{ … - Color dipole picture at low-$x$ DIS: The mass range of active photon fluctuations

Author(s): Masaaki Kuroda and Dieter SchildknechtWe investigate the mass range of the quark-antiquark fluctuations of the photon that are active in producing the total photoabsorption cross section in … - Surmounting the sign problem in nonrelativistic calculations: A case study with mass-imbalanced fermions

Author(s): Lukas Rammelmüller, William J. Porter, Joaquín E. Drut, and Jens BraunThe calculation of the ground state and thermodynamics of mass-imbalanced Fermi systems is a challenging many-body prob … - Demystifying the compressed top squark region with kinematic variables

Author(s): Partha Konar, Tanmoy Mondal, and Abhaya Kumar SwainThe ongoing perplexing scenario with no hints of new physics at the Large Hadron Collider can be elucidated amicably if the exotic particl … - Partially composite Goldstone Higgs boson

Author(s): Tommi Alanne, Diogo Buarque Franzosi, and Mads T. FrandsenWe consider a model of dynamical electroweak symmetry breaking with a partially composite Goldstone Higgs boson. The model is based … - Six-Higgs-doublet model for dark matter

Author(s): Mohammad Alakhras, Nidal Chamoun, Xue-Lei Chen, Chao-Shang Huang, and Chun LiuWe consider an extension of the Higgs sector in the standard model with six Higgs doublets. The gauge couplings … - Neutrinos in large extra dimensions and short-baseline ${ν}_{e}$ appearance

Author(s): Marcela Carena, Ying-Ying Li, Camila S. Machado, Pedro A. N. Machado, and Carlos E. M. WagnerWe show that, in the presence of bulk masses, sterile neutrinos propagating in large extra dimen … - Neutrino mass generation and leptogenesis via pseudo-Nambu-Goldstone Higgs portal

Author(s): Tommi Alanne, Aurora Meroni, and Kimmo TuominenWe consider an extension of the Standard Model with the global symmetry-breaking pattern $\mathrm{SO}(5)/\mathrm{SO}(4)$, where the Higgs boso … - Nuclear structure of bound states of asymmetric dark matter

Author(s): Moira I. Gresham, Hou Keong Lou, and Kathryn M. ZurekModels of asymmetric dark matter (ADM) with a sufficiently attractive and long-range force give rise to stable bound objects, analogous … - Modification of the masses of the lightest neutral mesons in a hadronic medium under an external magnetic field

Author(s): R. M. AguirreThe effective masses of the neutral mesons in a hadronic medium and under an external magnetic field are evaluated as functions of the baryonic density and the field intensity. … - Erratum: Understanding $X(3862)$, $X(3872)$, and $X(3930)$ in a Friedrichs-model-like scheme [Phys. Rev. D 96, 054031 (2017)]

Author(s): Zhi-Yong Zhou and Zhiguang Xiao[Phys. Rev. D 96, 099905] Published Thu Nov 16, 2017 - Averaged energy conditions and bouncing universes

Author(s): Massimo GiovanniniThe dynamics of bouncing universes is characterized by violating certain coordinate-invariant restrictions on the total energy-momentum tensor, customarily referred to as … - Measurement of Hubble constant with stellar-mass binary black holes

Author(s): Atsushi NishizawaThe direct detections of gravitational waves (GW) from merging binary black holes (BBH) by aLIGO have brought us a new opportunity to utilize BBH for a measurement of the H … - Curved Witten-Dijkgraaf-Verlinde-Verlinde equation and $\mathcal{N}=4$ mechanics

Author(s): Nikolay Kozyrev, Sergey Krivonos, Olaf Lechtenfeld, Armen Nersessian, and Anton SutulinWe propose a generalization of the Witten-Dijkgraaf-Verlinde-Verlinde (WDVV) equation from ${\mathbb{R … - Quantum time: Experimental multitime correlations

Author(s): Ekaterina Moreva, Marco Gramegna, Giorgio Brida, Lorenzo Maccone, and Marco GenoveseIn this paper we provide an experimental illustration of Page and Wootters’ quantum time mechanism that i … - Modeling differential rotations of compact stars in equilibriums

Author(s): Kōji Uryū, Antonios Tsokaros, Luca Baiotti, Filippo Galeazzi, Keisuke Taniguchi, and Shin’ichirou YoshidaOutcomes of numerical relativity simulations of massive core collapses or binary neu … - Evolution of the magnetic field in neutron stars

Author(s): M. E. Gusakov, E. M. Kantor, and D. D. OfengeimWe propose a general method to self-consistently study the quasistationary evolution of the magnetic field in the cores of neutron stars. The … - Self-interacting spin-2 dark matter

Author(s): Xiaoyong Chu and Camilo Garcia-CelyRecent developments in bigravity allow one to construct consistent theories of interacting spin-2 particles that are free of ghosts. In this framework, we … - Shape of the acoustic gravitational wave power spectrum from a first order phase transition

Author(s): Mark Hindmarsh, Stephan J. Huber, Kari Rummukainen, and David J. WeirThe authors present the largest numerical simulations to date of first order phase transitions in the early universe, in … - Coannihilation without chemical equilibrium

Author(s): Mathias Garny, Jan Heisig, Benedikt Lülf, and Stefan VoglChemical equilibrium is a commonly made assumption in the freeze-out calculation of coannihilating dark matter. We explore the possi … - Curvature invariant characterization of event horizons of four-dimensional black holes conformal to stationary black holes

Author(s): David D. McNuttWe introduce three approaches to generate curvature invariants that transform covariantly under a conformal transformation of a four-dimensional spacetime. For any black hole … - Time parameterizations and spin supplementary conditions of the Mathisson-Papapetrou-Dixon equations

Author(s): Georgios Lukes-GerakopoulosThe implications of two different time constraints on the Mathisson-Papapetrou-Dixon (MPD) equations are discussed under three spin supplementary conditions (SSCs … - Baryogenesis in nonminimally coupled $f(R)$ theories

Author(s): M. P. L. P. Ramos and J. PáramosWe generalize the mechanism for gravitational baryogensis in the context of $f(R)$ theories of gravity, including a nonminimal coupling between curvature and … - Symmetries at the black hole horizon

Author(s): Emil T. Akhmedov and Mahdi GodazgarWe determine the asymptotic symmetry group of Killing horizons by choosing Gaussian null coordinates in the neighborhood of the horizon and boundary condi … - Cosmology in the laboratory: An analogy between hyperbolic metamaterials and the Milne universe

Author(s): David Figueiredo, Fernando Moraes, Sébastien Fumeron, and Bertrand BercheThis article shows that the compactified Milne universe geometry, a toy model for the big crunch/big bang transition … - Vacuum states for gravitons field in de Sitter space

Author(s): Kazuharu Bamba, Surena Rahbardehghan, and Hamed PejhanIn this paper, considering the linearized Einstein equation with a two-parameter family of linear covariant gauges in de Sitter spaceti … - $S$-duality for holographic $p$-wave superconductors

Author(s): Alexander Gorsky, Elena Gubankova, René Meyer, and Andrey ZayakinWe consider the generalization of the $S$-duality transformation previously investigated in the context of the fractional qu … - Erratum: Observational constraints on decoupled hidden sectors [Phys. Rev. D 94, 063506 (2016)]

Author(s): Matti Heikinheimo, Tommi Tenkanen, Kimmo Tuominen, and Ville Vaskonen[Phys. Rev. D 96, 109902] Published Thu Nov 16, 2017 - Hidden charm pentaquark ${P}_{c}(4380)$ and doubly charmed baryon ${\mathrm{Ξ}}_{cc}^{*}(4380)$ as hadronic molecule states

Author(s): Yuki Shimizu and Masayasu HaradaWe study hadronic molecular states in a coupled system of $J/ψN−{\mathrm{Λ}}_{c}{\overline{D}}^{(*)}−{\mathrm{Σ}}_{c}^{(*)}{\overline{D}}^{(*)}$ in the $I({J … - ${R}_{{D}^{(*)}}$ anomaly: A possible hint for natural supersymmetry with $R$-parity violation

Author(s): Wolfgang Altmannshofer, P. S. Bhupal Dev, and Amarjit SoniRecently, several $B$-physics experiments have reported an appreciable deviation from the standard model (SM) in the tree-level obs … - No evidence for dynamical dark energy in two models

Author(s): Deng Wang and Xin-He MengTo investigate whether dark energy evolves over time, we propose two null tests and constrain them using the data combination of cosmic microwave background radiati … - Lens covariance effects on likelihood analyses of CMB power spectra

Author(s): Pavel Motloch and Wayne HuNon-Gaussian correlations induced in cosmic microwave background (CMB) power spectra by gravitational lensing must be included in likelihood analyses for future CM … - Inflation and cosmological dynamics in $f(R)$ gravity

Author(s): Mai YashikiWe reanalyze inflation and subsequent cosmological dynamics in $f(R)=R+α{R}^{n}−β{R}^{2−n}$ model, which was proposed by Artimowski and Lalak to explain both inflation and dark e … - General formulae for conserved charges and black hole entropy in Chern-Simons-like theories of gravity

Author(s): Mohammad Reza Setare and Hamed AdamiThis paper deals with the problem of defining off-shell conserved charges in a set of theories known as the Chern-Simons-like theories of gravity. The me … - Instability of asymptotically anti–de Sitter black holes under Robin conditions at the timelike boundary

Author(s): Bernardo Araneda and Gustavo DottiThe static region outside the event horizon of an asymptotically anti–de Sitter black hole has a conformal timelike boundary $\mathcal{I}$ on which boundar … - Quasinormal ringing of black holes in Einstein-aether theory

Author(s): Chikun DingThe gravitational consequence of local Lorentz violation (LV) should show itself in derivation of the characteristic quasinormal ringing of black hole mergers from their general … - Mott dissociation of pions and kaons in hot, dense quark matter

Author(s): D. Blaschke, A. Dubinin, A. Radzhabov, and A. WergielukWe describe the Mott dissociation of pions and kaons within a Beth-Uhlenbeck approach based on the Polyakov-loop improved Nambu–Jona-L … - Bulk viscosity of quark-gluon plasma in strong magnetic fields

Author(s): Koichi Hattori, Xu-Guang Huang, Dirk H. Rischke, and Daisuke SatowWe investigate the viscosities of the quark-gluon plasma in strong magnetic fields within the leading-log and lowest Landau … - New insights into hadron production mechanism from ${p}_{T}$ spectra in $pp$ collisions at $\sqrt{s}=7\text{ }\text{ }\mathrm{TeV}$

Author(s): Xing-rui Gou, Feng-lan Shao, Rui-qin Wang, Hai-hong Li, and Jun SongWe show that the experimental data of midrapidity ${p}_{T}$ spectra for $p$, $\mathrm{Λ}$, $\mathrm{Ξ}$, ${\mathrm{Ω}}^{− … - Decay widths of the excited ${\mathrm{Ω}}_{b}$ baryons

Author(s): S. S. Agaev, K. Azizi, and H. SunduThe LHCb Collaboration recently observed five narrow ${\mathrm{Ω}}_{c}^{0}$ resonances and measured their masses and widths through the decays ${\mathrm{Ω … - New physics in $b→s{μ}^{+}{μ}^{−}$ after the measurement of ${R}_{{K}^{*}}$

Author(s): Ashutosh Kumar Alok, Bhubanjyoti Bhattacharya, Alakabha Datta, Dinesh Kumar, Jacky Kumar, and David LondonThe recent measurement of ${R}_{{K}^{*}}$ is yet another hint of new physics (NP) a … - Vector boson fusion versus gluon fusion

Author(s): Chen-Hsun Chan, Kingman Cheung, Yi-Lun Chung, and Pai-Hsien HsuVector-boson fusion (VBF) is a clean probe of the electroweak-symmetry breaking (EWSB), which inevitably suffers from some lev … - Four-loop critical exponents for the Gross-Neveu-Yukawa models

Author(s): Nikolai Zerf, Luminita N. Mihaila, Peter Marquard, Igor F. Herbut, and Michael M. SchererWe study the chiral Ising, the chiral XY, and the chiral Heisenberg models at four-loop order with t … - Zero-modes on orbifolds: Magnetized orbifold models by modular transformation

Author(s): Tatsuo Kobayashi and Satoshi NagamotoWe study ${T}^{2}/{Z}_{N}$ orbifold models with magnetic fluxes. We propose a systematic way to analyze the number of zero-modes and their wave function … - Challenges for testing the no-hair theorem with current and planned gravitational-wave detectors

Author(s): Eric Thrane, Paul D. Lasky, and Yuri LevinGeneral relativity’s no-hair theorem states that isolated astrophysical black holes are described by only two numbers: mass and spin. As a conseque … - Newtonian analysis of multiscalar boson stars with large self-couplings

Author(s): Nahomi Kan and Kiyoshi ShiraishiWe study solutions for boson stars in the multiscalar field theory with global symmetry $[U(1){]}^{N}$. The properties of the boson stars are investigated by … - Modified Schrodinger-Poisson equation: Quantum polytropes

Author(s): Jeremy Heyl, Matthew W. Choptuik, and David ShinkarukAxions and axionlike particles are a leading model for the dark matter in the Universe; therefore, dark matter halos may be boson stars … - Squeezed relic photons beyond the horizon

Author(s): Massimo GiovanniniOwing to the analogy with the ordinary photons in the visible range of the electromagnetic spectrum, the Glauber theory is generalized to address the quantum coherence of … - False vacuum decay catalyzed by black holes

Author(s): Kyohei Mukaida and Masaki YamadaFalse vacuum states are metastable in quantum field theories, and true vacuum bubbles can be nucleated due to the quantum tunneling effect. It was recently s … - Small-scale effects of thermal inflation on halo abundance at high-$z$, galaxy substructure abundance, and 21-cm power spectrum

Author(s): Sungwook E. Hong, Heeseung Zoe, and Kyungjin AhnWe study the impact of thermal inflation on the formation of cosmological structures and present astrophysical observables which can be used … - Nonlinearly charged black holes in the scalar-tensor modified gravity theory

Author(s): M. Dehghani and S. F. HamidiStarting from the action of the scalar-tensor modified gravity theory coupled to the power law nonlinear electrodynamics and making use of the suitable transform … - Sensitivity of pulsar light curves to spacetime geometry and efficacy of analytic approximations

Author(s): Hajime Sotani and Umpei MiyamotoIn order to examine the pulse profile from a pulsar, we derive the formula for describing the flux from antipodal hot spots with any static, spherically symm … - Tensions and correlations in $|{V}_{cb}|$ determinations

Author(s): Florian U. Bernlochner, Zoltan Ligeti, Michele Papucci, and Dean J. RobinsonRecently several papers extracted $|{V}_{cb}|$ using the Belle measurement [A. Abdesselam et al. (Belle Collabora ... - Search for the rare decay ${D}^{+}→{D}^{0}{e}^{+}{ν}_{e}$

Author(s): M. Ablikim et al. (BESIII Collaboration)Using a data set with an integrated luminosity of $2.93\text{ }\text{ }{\mathrm{fb}}^{−1}$ collected at $\sqrt{s}=3.773\text{ }\mathrm{GeV}$ with th ... - Baryon number violating scatterings in laboratories

Author(s): S.-H. Henry Tye and Sam S. C. WongEarlier estimates have argued that the baryon number violating scattering cross section in the laboratory is exponentially small so it will never be observ ... - Strong and radiative decays of the doubly charmed baryons

Author(s): Li-Ye Xiao, Kai-Lei Wang, Qi-Fang Lü, Xian-Hui Zhong, and Shi-Lin ZhuWe have systematically studied the strong and radiative decays of the low-lying $1P$-wave doubly charmed baryons. Some i ... - Transversely polarized Drell-Yan asymmetry ${A}_{TT}$ at NLO

Author(s): Daniel de FlorianWe present the first fully differential next-to-leading order QCD calculation for lepton production in transversely polarized hadronic collisions, $p↑p↑→{ℓ}^{±}X$, where th ... - Binding of the $BD\overline{D}$ and $BDD$ systems

Author(s): J. M. Dias, V. R. Debastiani, L. Roca, S. Sakai, and E. OsetWe study theoretically the $BD\overline{D}$ and $BDD$ systems to see if they allow for possible bound or resonant states. The thr ... - Structure of right-handed neutrino mass matrix

Author(s): Yoshio KoideRecently, Nishiura and the author proposed a unified quark-lepton mass matrix model under a family symmetry $\mathrm{U}(3)×\mathrm{U}(3{)}^{′}$. The model can give excellent par ... - Surprises from complete vector portal theories: New insights into the dark sector and its interplay with Higgs physics

Author(s): Yanou Cui and Francesco D’EramoWe study UV complete theories where the standard model (SM) gauge group is extended with a new Abelian $U(1{)}^{′}$, and the field content is augmented by an ... - Probing light mediators at ultralow threshold energies with coherent elastic neutrino-nucleus scattering

Author(s): James B. Dent, Bhaskar Dutta, Shu Liao, Jayden L. Newstead, Louis E. Strigari, and Joel W. WalkerLight neutral mediators, with mass $≲1\text{ }\text{ }\mathrm{GeV}$, are common features of ... - $CP$ violation effects in the diphoton spectrum of heavy scalars

Author(s): Ligong Bian, Ning Chen, and Yongchao ZhangIn a class of new physics models, an extended Higgs sector and new $CP$-violating sources are simultaneously present in order to explain the baryon ... - Initial state $qqg$ correlations as a background for the chiral magnetic effect in collision of small systems

Author(s): Alex Kovner, Michael Lublinsky, and Vladimir SkokovMotivated by understanding the background to chiral magnetic effect in proton-nucleus collisions from first principles, we compute the thr ... - Noncyclic geometric phases and helicity transitions for neutrino oscillations in a magnetic field

Author(s): Sandeep Joshi and Sudhir R. JainWe show that neutrino spin and spin-flavor transitions involve nonvanishing geometric phases. The geometric character of neutrino spin rotation is explored b ... - Effective potential at three loops

Author(s): Stephen P. MartinThe first complete three-loop calculation of the effective potential for a general renormalizable theory is presented. Detailed calculations of the effective potential info ... - Generalized parton distributions from charged current meson production in $ep$ experiments

Author(s): Marat Siddikov and Iván SchmidtWe suggest that generalized parton distributions (GPDs) can be probed in the charged current meson production process, $ep→{ν}_{e}{π}^{−}p$. In contrast to pi ... - Kinetic mixing between a Higgs boson and a nearly degenerate dark scalar: Oscillations and displaced vertices

Author(s): Daniel Boyanovsky and Junmou ChenExtensions beyond the standard model allow for a gauge singlet scalar to be kinetically coupled with the Higgs. We consider kinetic mixing between a dark sc ... - Prospects for detecting a net photon circular polarization produced by decaying dark matter

Author(s): Andrey Elagin, Jason Kumar, Pearl Sandick, and Fei TengIf dark matter interactions with Standard Model particles are $CP$ violating, then dark matter annihilation/decay can produce photons ... - Exact solution of the Schwarzian theory

Author(s): Vladimir V. Belokurov and Evgeniy T. ShavgulidzeThe explicit evaluation of the partition function in the Schwarzian theory is presented.[Phys. Rev. D 96, 101701(R)] Published Mon Nov 13, 20 … - Solar atmospheric neutrinos: A new neutrino floor for dark matter searches

Author(s): Kenny C. Y. Ng, John F. Beacom, Annika H. G. Peter, and Carsten RottAs is well known, dark matter direct detection experiments will ultimately be limited by a “neutrino floor,” due to the s … - Measurement of light and charge yield of low-energy electronic recoils in liquid xenon

Author(s): L. W. Goetzke, E. Aprile, M. Anthony, G. Plante, and M. WeberThe dependence of the light and charge yield of liquid xenon on the applied electric field and recoil energy is important for da … - Neutrino signal from pair-instability supernovae

Author(s): Warren P. Wright, Matthew S. Gilmer, Carla Fröhlich, and James P. KnellerA very massive star with a carbon-oxygen core in the range of ${64\text{ }\text{ }\mathrm{M}}_{⊙}<{M}_{\mathrm{CO … - Tau neutrinos from ultracompact dark matter minihalos and constraints on the primordial curvature perturbations

Author(s): Yupeng Yang and Yan QinThe observations and research on the neutrinos provide a kind of indirect way of revealing the properties of dark matter particles. For the detection of muon neutrino … - Enhancement of the dark matter abundance before reheating: Applications to gravitino dark matter

Author(s): Marcos A. G. Garcia, Yann Mambrini, Keith A. Olive, and Marco PelosoIn the first stages of inflationary reheating, the temperature of the radiation produced by inflaton decays is typically … - Echo of interactions in the dark sector

Author(s): Suresh Kumar and Rafael C. NunesWe investigate the observational constraints on an interacting vacuum energy scenario with two different neutrino schemes (with and without a sterile neutrin … - Fast optimization algorithms and the cosmological constant

Author(s): Ning Bao, Raphael Bousso, Stephen Jordan, and Brad LackeyDenef and Douglas have observed that in certain landscape models the problem of finding small values of the cosmological constant is …