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Author(s): Gunnar S. Bali, Sara Collins, Benjamin Gläßle, Meinulf Göckeler, Johannes Najjar, Rudolf H. Rödl, Andreas Schäfer, Rainer W. Schiel, Wolfgang Söldner, and André Sternbeck (RQCD Collaboratio … - DAEδALUS and dark matter detection

Author(s): Yonatan Kahn, Gordan Krnjaic, Jesse Thaler, and Matthew ToupsAmong laboratory probes of dark matter, fixed-target neutrino experiments are particularly well suited to search for light weakl … - Is the X(3915) the χ_{c0}(2P)?

Author(s): Stephen Lars OlsenThe Particle Data Group Meson Summary Table lists the X(3915) meson, an ωJ/ψ mass peak seen in B→KωJ/ψ decays and γγ→ωJ/ψ two-photon fusion reactions, as the χc0(2P), the … - Hemispherical asymmetry from an isotropy violating stochastic gravitational wave background

Author(s): Suvodip MukherjeeMeasurement of cosmic microwave background (CMB) temperature by Planck has resulted in extremely tight constraints on the ΛCDM model. However the data indicate evidence of … - Quantitative study of the AMS-02 electron/positron spectra: Implications for pulsars and dark matter properties

Author(s): Su-Jie Lin, Qiang Yuan, and Xiao-Jun BiThe Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer (AMS-02) has just published the unprecedentedly precise measurement of the cosmic electron and positron spectra. In th … - Modified Lyth bound and implications of BICEP2 results

Author(s): Qing Gao (郜青), Yungui Gong (龚云贵), and Tianjun Li (李田军)To reconcile the BICEP2 measurement on the tensor-to-scalar ratio r with Planck constraint, a large negative running of scalar spectral … - New form of the C metric with cosmological constant

Author(s): Yu Chen, Yen-Kheng Lim, and Edward TeoThe new form of the C metric proposed by Hong and Teo, in which the two structure functions are factorized, has proved useful in its analysis. In this … - Duality invariance in massive theories

Author(s): Adel Khoudeir and David SierraIn this work, we show that duality symmetry can be implemented for massive theories at the level of the action, whenever we can formulate appropriate gauge inv … - Consistency relation for R^{p} inflation

Author(s): Hayato MotohashiWe consider Rp inflation with p≈2, allowing small deviation from R2 inflation. Using the inflaton potential in the Einstein frame, we construct a consistency relation betwee … - Measurement of the B[over ¯]→X_{s}γ branching fraction with a sum of exclusive decays

Author(s): T. Saito et al. (Belle Collaboration)We use 772×106 BB̅ meson pairs collected at the ϒ(4S) resonance with the Belle detector to measure the branching fraction for B̅ →Xsγ. Our measurement u … - Dynamical pion collapse and the coherence of conventional neutrino beams

Author(s): B. J. P. JonesIn this paper we consider the coherence properties of neutrinos produced by the decays of pions in conventional neutrino beams. Using a multiparticle density matrix formalism … - Towards a scale free electroweak baryogenesis

Author(s): Kazuya Ishikawa, Teppei Kitahara, and Masahiro TakimotoWe propose a new electroweak baryogenesis scenario in high-scale supersymmetric (SUSY) models. We consider a singlet extension of the … - Supersymmetry explanation of the Fermi Galactic Center excess and its test at LHC run II

Author(s): Junjie Cao, Liangliang Shang, Peiwen Wu, Jin Min Yang, and Yang ZhangWe explore the explanation of the Fermi Galactic Center excess (GCE) in the next-to-minimal supersymmetric Standard Mode … - Chiral phase transition with a chiral chemical potential in the framework of Dyson-Schwinger equations

Author(s): Shu-Sheng Xu, Zhu-Fang Cui, Bin Wang, Yuan-Mei Shi, You-Chang Yang, and Hong-Shi ZongWithin the framework of Dyson-Schwinger equations , we discuss the chiral phase transition of QCD with a … - Origin of symmetric PMNS and CKM matrices

Author(s): Werner Rodejohann and Xun-Jie XuThe Pontecorvo–Maki–Nakagawa–Sakata and Cabibbo–Kobayashi–Maskawa matrices are phenomenologically close to symmetric, and a symmetric form could be used as z … - Gravitational lensing by self-dual black holes in loop quantum gravity

Author(s): Satyabrata Sahu, Kinjalk Lochan, and D. NarasimhaWe study gravitational lensing by a recently proposed black hole solution in loop quantum gravity. We highlight the fact that the quantum gr … - Cosmology constraints from the weak lensing peak counts and the power spectrum in CFHTLenS data

Author(s): Jia Liu, Andrea Petri, Zoltán Haiman, Lam Hui, Jan M. Kratochvil, and Morgan MayLensing peaks have been proposed as a useful statistic, containing cosmological information from non-Gaussian … - Breaking of Vainshtein screening in scalar-tensor theories beyond Horndeski

Author(s): Tsutomu Kobayashi, Yuki Watanabe, and Daisuke YamauchiThe Horndeski theory of gravity is known as the most general scalar-tensor theory with second-order field equations. Recently, it was d … - Test of Lorentz invariance with atmospheric neutrinos

Author(s): K. Abe et al. (Super-Kamiokande Collaboration)Oscillations in atmospheric neutrinos show no sign of violating a fundamental principle of relativity. [Phys. Rev. D 91, 052003] Published Tue … - Aspects of the flavor triangle for cosmic neutrino propagation

Author(s): Lingjun Fu, Chiu Man Ho, and Thomas J. WeilerOver cosmic distances, astrophysical neutrino oscillations average out to a classical flavor propagation matrix P. Thus, flavor ratios injected … - Azimuthal correlations in the structure functions of polarized dihadron semi-inclusive deep inelastic scattering

Author(s): Aram KotzinianAzimuthal correlations in two hadron production in deep inelastic scattering of unpolarized leptons off a transversely polarized nucleon are discussed. Specifically, a simple … - Strategies for probing nonminimal dark sectors at colliders: The interplay between cuts and kinematic distributions

Author(s): Keith R. Dienes, Shufang Su, and Brooks ThomasIn this paper, we examine the strategies and prospects for distinguishing between traditional dark-matter models and models with nonminimal dar … - Gluon distributions from Oliveira-Martin-Ryskin combined BFKL+DGLAP evolution equations

Author(s): Dawid TotonKwiecinski, Martin, and Stasto [Phys. Rev. D 56, 3991 (1997)] argue for inclusion of DGLAP terms into BFKL evolution of unintegrated gluon density. The equation was reformulated … - Complex saddle points and disorder lines in QCD at finite temperature and density

Author(s): Hiromichi Nishimura, Michael C. Ogilvie, and Kamal PangeniThe properties and consequences of complex saddle points are explored in phenomenological models of QCD at nonzero temperature and … - Shear viscosity and phase diagram from Polyakov–Nambu–Jona-Lasinio model

Author(s): Sanjay K. Ghosh, Sibaji Raha, Rajarshi Ray, Kinkar Saha, and Sudipa UpadhayaWe present a detailed study of the variation of shear viscosity η, with temperature and baryon chemical potential … - Lessons and prospects from the pMSSM after LHC Run I

Author(s): M. Cahill-Rowley, J. L. Hewett, A. Ismail, and T. G. RizzoWe study SUSY signatures at the 7, 8 and 14 TeV LHC employing the 19-parameter, R-parity conserving p(henomenological)MSSM, in the … - Supersymmetry with a sister Higgs boson

Author(s): Daniele S. M. Alves, Patrick J. Fox, and Neal WeinerWe consider a simple addition to the minimal supersymmetric Standard Model (MSSM) of a “sister Higgs” (Σd), a Higgs field that participat … - Heavy quark master equations in the Lindblad form at high temperatures

Author(s): Yukinao AkamatsuWe derive the quantum master equations for heavy quark systems in a high-temperature quark-gluon plasma in the Lindblad form. The master equations are derived in the influen … - Accelerated expansion in the effective field theory of a radiation dominated universe

Author(s): Bruno Balthazar and Pedro G. FerreiraWe construct the effective field theory of a perfect fluid in the early Universe. Focusing on the case where the fluid has the equation of state of radi … - Inflation that runs naturally: Gravitational waves and suppression of power at large and small scales

Author(s): Quinn E. Minor and Manoj KaplinghatWe point out three correlated predictions of the axion monodromy inflation model: the large amplitude of gravitational waves, the suppression of power on … - Irruption of massive particle species during inflation

Author(s): Michael A. Fedderke, Edward W. Kolb, and Mark WymanAll species of (nonconformally coupled) particles are produced during inflation so long as their mass M is not too much larger than H, the … - Testing the Copernican principle with the Hubble parameter

Author(s): Zhi-Song Zhang, Tong-Jie Zhang, Hao Wang, and Cong MaUsing the longitudinal expression of Hubble expansion rate for the general Lemaître-Tolman-Bondi (LTB) metric as a function of cosmic ti … - Graviton-photon scattering

Author(s): N. E. J. Bjerrum-Bohr, Barry R. Holstein, Ludovic Planté, and Pierre VanhoveWe use the feature that the gravitational Compton scattering amplitude factorizes in terms of Abelian QED amplitu … - Thermodynamical first laws of black holes in quadratically-extended gravities

Author(s): Zhong-Ying Fan and H. LüEinstein gravities in general dimensions coupled to a cosmological constant and extended with quadratic curvature invariants admit a variety of black holes that may … - Radially stabilized inflating cosmic strings

Author(s): Florian Niedermann and Robert SchneiderIn general relativity, local cosmic strings are well known to produce a static, locally flat spacetime with a wedge removed. If the tension exceeds a … - Effective-one-body Hamiltonian with next-to-leading order spin-spin coupling

Author(s): Simone Balmelli and Philippe JetzerWe propose a way of including the next-to-leading (NLO) order spin-spin coupling in an effective-one-body (EOB) Hamiltonian. This work extends by S. Balme … - Detectability of weak lensing modifications under Galileon theories

Author(s): Youngsoo Park and Mark WymanTheories of modified gravity attempt to reconcile physics at the largest and the smallest scales by explaining the accelerated expansion of our Universe without … - Boosting QED and QCD bound states in the path integral formalism

Author(s): Yu. A. SimonovWave functions and energy eigenvalues of the path integral Hamiltonian are studied in the Lorentz frame moving with velocity v. The instantaneous interaction produced by the W … - Can spin-charge-family theory explain baryon number nonconservation?

Author(s): Norma Susana Mankoč BorštnikThe spin-charge-family theory [1–13], in which spinors, besides the Dirac spin, also carry the second kind of Clifford object—no charges—is a type of Kaluza-Klei … - Confining strings in supersymmetric theories with Higgs branches

Author(s): M. Shifman, Gianni Tallarita, and Alexei YungWe study flux tubes (strings) on the Higgs branches in supersymmetric gauge theories. In generic vacua on the Higgs branches, strings were shown … - Observation of X(3872) in B→X(3872)Kπ decays

Author(s): A. Bala et al. (Belle Collaboration)We report the first observation of B0→X(3872)(K+π-) and evidence for B+→X(3872)(K0π+). We measure the product of branching fractions for the former to be … - Three loop soft function for N^{3}LL^{′} gluon fusion Higgs boson production in soft-collinear effective theory

Author(s): Marco Bonvini and Luca RottoliWe derive the three loop soft function for inclusive Higgs production in gluon fusion, and use it to perform the resummation of the Higgs cross section at N3LL … - Testing violations of Bose and CPT symmetries via Dalitz plots and their prismatic generalizations

Author(s): Dibyakrupa Sahoo, Rahul Sinha, and N. G. DeshpandeBose symmetry and CPT symmetry are two very fundamental symmetries of nature. However, the validity of these symmetries in diverse phenomen … - Search for heavy neutrinos in K^{+}→μ^{+}ν_{H} decays

Author(s): A. V. Artamonov et al. (E949 Collaboration)Evidence of a heavy neutrino, νH, in the K+→μ+νH decays was sought using the E949 experimental data with an exposure of 1.70×1012 stopped kaons. W … - Dalitz plot analyses of B^{0}→D^{−}D^{0}K^{+} and B^{+}→D[over ¯]^{0}D^{0}K^{+} decays

Author(s): J. P. Lees et al. (BaBar Collaboration)We present Dalitz plot analyses for the decays of B mesons to D−D0K+ and D̅ 0D0K+. We report the observation of the Ds1*(2700)+ resonance in these two … - Probing Wilson loops in AdS/QCD

Author(s): Yizhuang Liu and Ismail ZahedWe use AdS/QCD to analyze the quark and gluon scalar and pseudoscalar condensates around static color sources described by a circular Wilson loop. We also deriv … - cc[over ¯] interaction above threshold and the radiative decay X(3872)→J/ψγ

Author(s): A. M. Badalian, Yu. A. Simonov, and B. L. G. BakkerRadiative decays of X(3872) are studied in single-channel approximation (SCA) and in the coupled-channel (CC) approach, where the decay ch … - Magnetic field instability in a neutron star driven by the electroweak electron-nucleon interaction versus the chiral magnetic effect

Author(s): Maxim Dvornikov and Victor B. SemikozWe show that the Standard Model electroweak interaction of ultrarelativistic electrons with nucleons (the eN interaction) in a neutron star (NS) permeat … - Improving the sensitivity of gamma-ray telescopes to dark matter annihilation in dwarf spheroidal galaxies

Author(s): Eric Carlson, Dan Hooper, and Tim LindenThe Fermi-LAT Collaboration has studied the gamma-ray emission from a stacked population of dwarf spheroidal galaxies and used this information to se … - Measuring the speed of cosmological gravitational waves

Author(s): Marco Raveri, Carlo Baccigalupi, Alessandra Silvestri, and Shuang-Yong ZhouIn general relativity gravitational waves propagate at the speed of light; however, in alternative theories of gra … - First measurement of the cross-correlation of CMB lensing and galaxy lensing

Author(s): Nick Hand et al.The authors measure for the first time the cross-correlation between CMB lensing and galaxy lensing. This provides a robust test of the ΛCDM model on the largest cosmic scal … - Cosmological implications of light sterile neutrinos produced after the QCD phase transition

Author(s): Louis Lello and Daniel BoyanovskyWe study the production of sterile neutrinos in the early Universe from π→lνs shortly after the QCD phase transition in the absence of a lepton asymmetry, w … - Casimir, gravitational, and neutron tests of dark energy

Author(s): Philippe Brax and Anne-Christine DavisWe investigate laboratory tests of dark energy theories which modify gravity in a way generalizing the inverse power law chameleon models. We make use … - Spectral properties of the post-merger gravitational-wave signal from binary neutron stars

Author(s): Kentaro Takami, Luciano Rezzolla, and Luca BaiottiCan gravitational waves from merging neutron star binaries be used to determine characteristics of neutron stars? Extensive numerical relat … - Positive energy theorem for P(X, ϕ) theories

Author(s): Benjamin Elder, Austin Joyce, Justin Khoury, and Andrew J. TolleyWe describe a positive energy theorem for Einstein gravity coupled to scalar fields with first-derivative interactions, so-c … - Remnant symmetry, propagation, and evolution in f(T) gravity

Author(s): Pisin Chen, Keisuke Izumi, James M. Nester, and Yen Chin OngIt was recently argued that f(T) gravity could inherit “remnant symmetry” from the full Lorentz group, despite the fact that the … - Dynamic C metrics in gauged supergravities

Author(s): H. Lü and Justin F. Vázquez-PoritzWe construct an exact time-dependent charged dilaton C metric in four-dimensional N=4 gauged supergravity. The scalar field drives the time evolution by tr … - Asymptotically anti–de Sitter cylindrical thin-shell wormholes

Author(s): Ernesto F. Eiroa and Claudio SimeoneIn this article we investigate cylindrical thin-shell wormholes which are asymptotically anti-de Sitter. We analyze their stability under perturbations p … - First law and anisotropic Cardy formula for three-dimensional Lifshitz black holes

Author(s): Eloy Ayón-Beato, Moisés Bravo-Gaete, Francisco Correa, Mokhtar Hassaïne, María Montserrat Juárez-Aubry, and Julio OlivaThe aim of this paper is to confirm in new concrete examples that the … - Postprocessing methods used in the search for continuous gravitational-wave signals from the Galactic Center

Author(s): Berit Behnke, Maria Alessandra Papa, and Reinhard PrixThe search for continuous gravitational-wave signals requires the development of techniques that can effectively explore the low-signif … - Reference worldwide model for antineutrinos from reactors

Author(s): Marica Baldoncini, Ivan Callegari, Giovanni Fiorentini, Fabio Mantovani, Barbara Ricci, Virginia Strati, and Gerti XhixhaAntineutrinos produced at nuclear reactors constitute a severe sourc … - Wave maps on a wormhole

Author(s): Piotr Bizoń and Michał KahlWe consider equivariant wave maps from a fixed wormhole spacetime into the 3-sphere. This toy model is designed for gaining insight into the dissipation-by-disper … - Anisotropic heavy quark potential in strongly-coupled N=4 SYM theory in a magnetic field

Author(s): R. Rougemont, R. Critelli, and J. NoronhaIn this work we use the gauge/gravity duality to study the anisotropy in the heavy quark potential in strongly coupled N=4 super–Yang Mills (SYM) th … - Building a better boosted top tagger

Author(s): Andrew J. Larkoski, Ian Moult, and Duff NeillDistinguishing hadronically decaying boosted top quarks from massive QCD jets is an important challenge at the Large Hadron Collider. In this pa … - Warm dark matter in a B-L inverse seesaw scenario

Author(s): Amr El-Zant, Shaaban Khalil, and Arunansu SilWe show that a standard model gauge singlet fermion field, with mass of order keV or larger, and involved in the inverse seesaw mechanism of lig … - Distinctive heavy Higgs boson decays

Author(s): B. Holdom and M. RatzlaffFor a heavy Higgs boson above the tt̅ threshold we consider three decay modes that could compete with decay to tt̅ , even in the alignment limit of a 2-Higgs double … - Soft-virtual corrections to Higgs production at N^{3}LO

Author(s): Ye Li, Andreas von Manteuffel, Robert M. Schabinger, and Hua Xing ZhuThe authors compute certain (soft-virtual) corrections to the Higgs boson production in the gluon-gluon fusion at next-t … - Noncommutative field with constant background fields and neutral fermions

Author(s): Cui-bai Luo, Feng-yao Hou, Zhu-fang Cui, Xiao-jun Liu, and Hong-shi ZongIntroducing constant background fields into the noncommutative gauge theory, we first obtain a Hermitian fermion Lagr … - Future detectability of gravitational-wave induced lensing from high-sensitivity CMB experiments

Author(s): Toshiya Namikawa, Daisuke Yamauchi, and Atsushi TaruyaWe discuss the future detectability of gravitational-wave induced lensing from high-sensitivity cosmic microwave background (CMB) exper … - New approach to cosmological bulk viscosity

Author(s): Marcelo M. Disconzi, Thomas W. Kephart, and Robert J. ScherrerWe examine the cosmological consequences of an alternative to the standard expression for bulk viscosity, one which was propose … - Neglecting primordial non-Gaussianity threatens future cosmological experiment accuracy

Author(s): Stefano Camera, Carmelita Carbone, Cosimo Fedeli, and Lauro MoscardiniFuture galaxy redshift surveys aim at probing the clustering of the cosmic large-scale structure with unprecedented acc … - Optimal estimator for resonance bispectra in the CMB

Author(s): Moritz Münchmeyer, P. Daniel Meerburg, and Benjamin D. WandeltWe propose an (optimal) estimator for a CMB bispectrum containing logarithmically spaced oscillations. There is tremendous theo … - Gravitational waves as a probe of dark matter minispikes

Author(s): Kazunari Eda, Yousuke Itoh, Sachiko Kuroyanagi, and Joseph SilkRecent studies show that an intermediate mass black hole (IMBH) may develop a dark matter (DM) minihalo according to some BH f … - Critical behavior in a massless scalar field collapse with self-interaction potential

Author(s): Xuefeng Zhang and H. LüWe examine a one-parameter family of analytical solutions representing spherically symmetric collapse of a nonlinear massless scalar field with self-interaction in an … - Stability of highly-charged Reissner-Nordström black holes to charged scalar perturbations

Author(s): Shahar HodThe stability of Reissner-Nordström black holes under the influence of neutral perturbation fields was proved by Moncrief four decades ago. However, the superradiant scattering ph … - Time-domain implementation of the optimal cross-correlation statistic for stochastic gravitational-wave background searches in pulsar timing data

Author(s): Sydney J. Chamberlin, Jolien D. E. Creighton, Xavier Siemens, Paul Demorest, Justin Ellis, Larry R. Price, and Joseph D. RomanoSupermassive black hole binaries, cosmic strings, relic gravit … - Baby Skyrme model, near-BPS approximations, and supersymmetric extensions

Author(s): S. Bolognesi and W. ZakrzewskiWe study the baby Skyrme model as a theory that interpolates between two distinct BPS systems. For this, a near-BPS approximation can be used when there is a s … - Entanglement entropy across a deformed sphere

Author(s): Márk MezeiI study the entanglement entropy (EE) across a deformed sphere in conformal field theories (CFTs). I show that the sphere (locally) minimizes the universal term in EE among all sh … - Spectrally isomorphic Dirac systems: Graphene in an electromagnetic field

Author(s): Vít JakubskýWe construct the new one-dimensional Dirac Hamiltonians that are spectrally isomorphic (not isospectral) with the known exactly solvable models. Explicit formulas for their spec … - Baryon spectrum from superconformal quantum mechanics and its light-front holographic embedding

Author(s): Guy F. de Téramond, Hans Günter Dosch, and Stanley J. BrodskyWe describe the observed light-baryon spectrum by extending superconformal quantum mechanics to the light front and its embeddin … - Higher spin Lifshitz theory and integrable systems

Author(s): Michael Gutperle and Yi LiIn this note we construct asymptotically Lifshitz spacetimes in the Chern-Simons formulation of three-dimensional higher spin gravity and relate the resulting theo … - Small neutrino masses and gauge coupling unification

Author(s): Sofiane M. Boucenna, Renato M. Fonseca, Félix González-Canales, and José W. F. ValleThe physics responsible for gauge coupling unification may also induce small neutrino masses. We propose … - Measurement of B^{0}→D_{s}^{-}K_{S}^{0}π^{+} and B^{+}→D_{s}^{-}K^{+}K^{+} branching fractions

Author(s): J. Wiechczynski et al. (Belle Collaboration)We report a measurement of the B0 and B+ meson decays to the Ds-KS0π+ and Ds-K+K+ final states, respectively, using 657×106BB̅ pairs collected at … - Lepton flavor violation in the supersymmetric seesaw model after the LHC 8 TeV run

Author(s): Toru Goto, Yasuhiro Okada, Tetsuo Shindou, Minoru Tanaka, and Ryoutaro WatanabeWe study the lepton flavor violation in the supersymmetric seesaw model, taking into account recent experiment … - Constraining scenarios of the soft/hard transition for the pion electromagnetic form factor with expected data of 12 GeV Jefferson Lab experiments and of the electron-ion collider

Author(s): S. V. Troitsky and V. E. TroitskyIt has been shown previously [S. V. Troitsky and V. E. Troitsky, Phys. Rev. D 88, 093005 (2013)] that a nonperturbative relativistic constituent-quark model … - QCD NLO corrections to inclusive B_{c}^{*} production in Z^{0} decays

Author(s): Jun Jiang, Long-Bin Chen, and Cong-Feng QiaoWe calculate the next-to-leading order (NLO) quantum chromodynamics (QCD) corrections to the inclusive process of Z0→Bc*+c̅ +b under the nonrelat … - Heavy quark symmetry in multihadron systems

Author(s): Yasuhiro Yamaguchi, Shunsuke Ohkoda, Atsushi Hosaka, Tetsuo Hyodo, and Shigehiro YasuiWe discuss the properties of hadronic systems containing one heavy quark in the heavy quark limit. The … - Dirac spectrum in complex Langevin simulations of QCD

Author(s): K. SplittorffWe show that the spectrum of the Dirac operator in complex Langevin simulations of QCD at nonzero chemical potential must behave in a way which is radically different from the … - Galactic center gamma-ray excess through a dark shower

Author(s): Marat Freytsis, Dean J. Robinson, and Yuhsin TsaiThe reported excess of γ rays, emitted from an extended region around the galactic center, has a distribution and rate suggestive of an orig … - Dark matter at the pseudoscalar Higgs resonance in the phenomenological MSSM and SUSY GUTs

Author(s): Archana Anandakrishnan, Bibhushan Shakya, and Kuver SinhaWe study dark matter at the MSSM pseudoscalar Higgs resonance (A funnel), which is one of the few remaining MSSM thermal dark matter … - Full simulation of chiral random matrix theory at nonzero chemical potential by complex Langevin

Author(s): A. Mollgaard and K. SplittorffIt is demonstrated that the complex Langevin method can simulate chiral random matrix theory at nonzero chemical potential. The successful match with the analy … - Lorentz symmetric dispersion relation from a random Hamiltonian

Author(s): Andreas Albrecht and Alberto IglesiasWe match the density of energy eigenstates of a local field theory with that of a random Hamiltonian order by order in a Taylor expansion. In our previo … - Near optimal bispectrum estimators for large-scale structure

Author(s): Marcel Schmittfull, Tobias Baldauf, and Uroš SeljakClustering of large-scale structure provides significant cosmological information through the power spectrum of density perturbations. Add … - Hybrid black holes

Author(s): Valeri P. Frolov and Andrei V. FrolovWe discuss a solution of the Einstein equations, obtained by gluing the external Kerr metric and the internal Weyl metric, describing an axisymmetric st … - Hadamard renormalized scalar field theory on anti–de Sitter spacetime

Author(s): Carl Kent and Elizabeth WinstanleyWe consider a real massive free quantum scalar field with arbitrary curvature coupling on n-dimensional anti–de Sitter spacetime. We use Hadamard renormali … - A keV string axion from high scale supersymmetry

Author(s): Brian Henning, John Kehayias, Hitoshi Murayama, David Pinner, and Tsutomu T. YanagidaVarious theoretical and experimental considerations motivate models with high-scale supersymmetry breaki … - Quantum field theoretical description for the reflectivity of graphene

Author(s): M. Bordag, G. L. Klimchitskaya, V. M. Mostepanenko, and V. M. PetrovWe derive the polarization tensor of graphene at nonzero temperature in (2+1)-dimensional space-time. The obtained tensor … - Fermionic response in a zero entropy state of N=4 super-Yang-Mills

Author(s): Oliver DeWolfe, Steven S. Gubser, and Christopher RosenWe analyze fermionic response in the geometry holographically dual to zero-temperature N=4 super-Yang-Mills theory with two equal nonv … - Dimension-six triple gluon operator in Higgs+jet observables

Author(s): Diptimoy Ghosh and Martin WiebuschRecently a lot of progress has been made towards a full classification of new physics effects in Higgs observables by means of effective dimension-six oper … - Standard model predictions and new physics sensitivity in B→DD decays

Author(s): Martin Jung and Stefan SchachtAn extensive model-independent analysis of B→DD decays is carried out employing SU(3) flavor symmetry, including symmetry-breaking corrections. Several theoret …