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Author(s): Dmitri Kharzeev, Mikhail Stephanov, and Ho-Ung YeeThe authors have identified a new contribution, the magnetization current, to the chiral magnetic effect at finite frequency, thereby enabl … - Tracing the pressure of the gluon plasma

Author(s): G. Jackson and A. PeshierBeing interested in how a strongly coupled system approaches asymptotic freedom, we reexamine existing precision lattice QCD results for thermodynamic properties of … - Reweighting complex Langevin trajectories

Author(s): Jacques BlochAlthough the complex Langevin method can solve the sign problem in simulations of theories with complex actions, the method will yield the wrong results if known validity condi … - Light-quark contributions to the magnetic form factor of the Λ(1405)

Author(s): Jonathan M. M. Hall, Waseem Kamleh, Derek B. Leinweber, Benjamin J. Menadue, Benjamin J. Owen, and Anthony W. ThomasIn a recent study of the Λ(1405) the suppression of the strange-quark con … - Boxes, boosts, and energy duality: Understanding the Galactic Center gamma-ray excess through Dynamical Dark Matter

Author(s): Kimberly K. Boddy, Keith R. Dienes, Doojin Kim, Jason Kumar, Jong-Chul Park, and Brooks ThomasMany models currently exist which attempt to interpret the excess of gamma rays emanating from … - Revisiting Zbb [over ¯] couplings in the littlest Higgs model with T parity under current experimental constraints

Author(s): Bingfang Yang and Jinzhong HanIn the littlest Higgs model with T parity (LHT), we revisited Zbb[over ¯] couplings under current experimental constraints including the LHC Higgs data and the … - Constraining Higgs boson effective couplings at electron-positron colliders

Author(s): Hamzeh Khanpour and Mojtaba Mohammadi NajafabadiWe probe the dimension-six operators contributing to Higgs production in association with a Z boson at the future high-luminosity electron-po … - Using the Tsallis distribution for hadron spectra in pp collisions: Pions and quarkonia at sqrt[s] =5−13000 GeV

Author(s): Smbat GrigoryanA thermal model, based on the Tsallis distribution and blast-wave model, is proposed to compute hadron double-differential spectra d^{2}N/dp_{T}dy in pp (also high-energy pp[ ... - Calibration of the Advanced LIGO detectors for the discovery of the binary black-hole merger GW150914

Author(s): B. P. Abbott et al. (LIGO Scientific Collaboration)In Advanced LIGO, detection and astrophysical source parameter estimation of the binary black hole merger GW150914 requires a calibrated e ... - Discovery of a new extragalactic population of energetic particles

Author(s): Anthony M. Brown, Céline Bœhm, Jamie Graham, Thomas Lacroix, Paula Chadwick, and Joseph SilkBrown et al. find a statistically significant deviation in the gamma-ray spectrum from Centuarus ... - Bounce and cyclic cosmology in weakly broken Galileon theories

Author(s): Shreya Banerjee and Emmanuel N. SaridakisWe investigate the bounce and cyclicity realization in the framework of weakly broken Galileon theories. We study bouncing and cyclic solutions at t ... - Quantum stress tensor fluctuations and primordial gravity waves

Author(s): Jen-Tsung Hsiang, L. H. Ford, Kin-Wang Ng, and Chun-Hsien WuWe examine the effect of the stress tensor of a quantum matter field, such as the electromagnetic field, on the spectrum of primo ... - Cosmological parameters from pre-Planck CMB measurements: A 2017 update

Author(s): Erminia Calabrese, Renée A. Hložek, J. Richard Bond, Mark J. Devlin, Joanna Dunkley, Mark Halpern, Adam D. Hincks, Kent D. Irwin, Arthur Kosowsky, Kavilan Moodley, Laura B. Newburgh, Michae ... - Einstein-Cartan wormhole solutions

Author(s): Mohammad Reza Mehdizadeh and Amir Hadi ZiaieIn the present work, we investigate wormhole structures and the energy conditions supporting them in Einstein-Cartan theory. The matter content c ... - Radial acceleration relation from symmetron fifth forces

Author(s): Clare Burrage, Edmund J. Copeland, and Peter MillingtonWe show that the radial acceleration relation for rotationally supported galaxies may be explained, in the absence of cold dark matter ... - New terms for scalar multi-Galileon models and application to SO(N) and SU(N) group representations

Author(s): Erwan AllysWe investigate a new class of scalar multi-Galileon models, which is not included in the commonly admitted general formulation of generalized multi-Galileons. The Lagrangians of ... - Casimir effect for parallel plates in a Friedmann-Robertson-Walker universe

Author(s): E. R. Bezerra de Mello, A. A. Saharian, and M. R. SetareWe evaluate the Hadamard function, the vacuum expectation values (VEVs) of the field squared and the energy-momentum tensor for a mas ... - Adiabatic regularization for gauge fields and the conformal anomaly

Author(s): Chong-Sun Chu and Yoji KoyamaAdiabatic regularization for quantum field theory in conformally flat spacetime is known for scalar and Dirac fermion fields. In this paper, we complete the con ... - Supergravity with doubled spacetime structure

Author(s): Chen-Te Ma and Franco PezzellaDouble field theory (DFT) is a low-energy effective theory of a manifestly O(D,D)-invariant formulation of the closed-string theory. The theory is based on a d ... - String dynamics and metastability of all-heavy tetraquarks

Author(s): Jean-Marc Richard, A. Valcarce, and J. VijandeMultiquark states have been advocated to explain recent experimental data in the heavy-light sector, and there are already speculations about m ... - Chiral density wave versus pion condensation in the (1+1)-dimensional NJL model

Author(s): Prabal Adhikari and Jens O. AndersenIn this paper, we study the possibility of an inhomogeneous quark condensate in the (1+1)-dimensional Nambu-Jona-Lasinio model in the large-N_{c} limit a ... - Probing the MSSM explanation of the muon g-2 anomaly in dark matter experiments and at a 100 TeV pp collider

Author(s): Archil Kobakhidze, Matthew Talia, and Lei WuWe explore the ability of current and future dark matter and collider experiments in probing the anomalous magnetic moment of the muon, (g−2)_{μ} ... - Pion distribution amplitude and quasidistributions

Author(s): A. V. RadyushkinWe extend our analysis of quasidistributions onto the pion distribution amplitude. Using the formalism of parton virtuality distribution amplitudes, we establish a connectio ... - Holographic heavy-light chiral effective action

Author(s): Yizhuang Liu and Ismail ZahedWe propose a variant of the D4−D8 construction to describe the low-energy effective theory of heavy-light mesons, interacting with the lowest lying pseudoscalar ... - Validating gravitational-wave detections: The Advanced LIGO hardware injection system

Author(s): C. Biwer et al.Hardware injections are simulated gravitational-wave signals added to the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-wave Observatory (LIGO). The detectors’ test masses are physicall ... - Systematic study of the stochastic gravitational-wave background due to stellar core collapse

Author(s): K. Crocker, T. Prestegard, V. Mandic, T. Regimbau, K. Olive, and E. VangioniStellar core collapse events are expected to produce gravitational waves via several mechanisms, most of which ar ... - General relativistic magnetohydrodynamic simulations of binary neutron star mergers forming a long-lived neutron star

Author(s): Riccardo Ciolfi, Wolfgang Kastaun, Bruno Giacomazzo, Andrea Endrizzi, Daniel M. Siegel, and Rosalba PernaMerging binary neutron stars (BNSs) represent the ultimate targets for multimessenge ... - Axion astronomy with microwave cavity experiments

Author(s): Ciaran A. J. O’Hare and Anne M. GreenTerrestrial searches for the conversion of dark matter axions or axionlike particles into photons inside magnetic fields are sensitive to the phase spac ... - Solar neutrino spectrum of quark nugget dark matter

Author(s): K. Lawson and A. R. ZhitnitskyThe capture of dark matter by the Sun and its subsequent annihilation may produce an observable feature in the solar neutrino spectrum. We analyze this possibi ... - Unequal-time correlators for cosmology

Author(s): T. D. Kitching and A. F. HeavensMeasurements of the power spectrum from large-scale structure surveys have, to date, assumed an equal-time approximation, where the full cross-correlation po ... - What is a singular black hole beyond general relativity?

Author(s): Cecilia Bejarano, Gonzalo J. Olmo, and Diego Rubiera-GarciaExploring the characterization of singular black hole spacetimes, we study the relation between energy density, curvature invarian ... - Holography versus correspondence principle: Eternal Schwarzschild–anti–de Sitter geometry

Author(s): Slava EmelyanovIt is shown that the correspondence principle and the holographic principle are incompatible in the background of an eternal Schwarzschild–anti–de Sitter geometry. The argume ... - More on the bending of light in quantum gravity

Author(s): Dong Bai and Yue HuangWe reconsider the long-range effects of the scattering of massless scalars and photons from a massive scalar object in quantum gravity. At the one-loop level, the rele ... - Superradiant instability of near extremal and extremal four-dimensional charged hairy black holes in anti–de Sitter spacetime

Author(s): P. A. González, Eleftherios Papantonopoulos, Joel Saavedra, and Yerko VásquezWe study the instability of near extremal and extremal four-dimensional anti-de Sitter charged hairy black holes ... - Evolution of spherical domain walls in solitonic symmetron models

Author(s): Marzieh Peyravi, Nematollah Riazi, and Francisco S. N. LoboIn this work, inspired by the symmetron model, we analyze the evolution of spherical domain walls by considering specific potentia ... - Generalized Brans-Dicke theory: A dynamical systems analysis

Author(s): Nandan Roy and Narayan BanerjeeThe stability criteria for the generalized Brans-Dicke cosmology in a spatially flat, homogeneous and isotropic cosmological model is discussed in the presenc ... - Conformal embeddings and higher-spin bulk duals

Author(s): Dushyant Kumar and Menika SharmaIt is well known that conformal embeddings can be used to construct nondiagonal modular invariants for affine Lie algebras. This idea can be extended to cons ... - Neutrino-induced one-pion production revisited: The ν_{μ} n→μ^{−} nπ^{+} channel

Author(s): E. Hernández and J. NievesUnderstanding single pion production reactions on free nucleons is the first step towards a correct description of these processes in nuclei, which are important f ... - Long gradient mode and large-scale structure observables

Author(s): Alireza Allahyari and Javad T. FirouzjaeeWe extend the study of long-mode perturbations to other large-scale observables such as cosmic rulers, galaxy-number counts, and halo bias. The long ... - Numerical simulations of necklaces in SU(2) gauge-Higgs field theory

Author(s): Mark Hindmarsh, Kari Rummukainen, and David J. WeirWe perform the first numerical simulations of necklaces in a non-Abelian gauge theory. Necklaces are composite classical solutions which c ... - Maximum magnetic moment to angular momentum conjecture

Author(s): John D. Barrow and G. W. GibbonsConjectures play a central role in theoretical physics, especially those that assert an upper bound to some dimensionless ratio of physical quantities. In th ... - Effective loop quantum geometry of Schwarzschild interior

Author(s): Jerónimo Cortez, William Cuervo, Hugo A. Morales-Técotl, and Juan C. RuelasThe success of loop quantum cosmology to resolve classical singularities of homogeneous models has led to its appl ... - Gravitational waves emitted by a particle rotating around a Schwarzschild black hole: A semiclassical approach

Author(s): Rafael P. Bernar, Luís C. B. Crispino, and Atsushi HiguchiWe analyze the gravitational radiation emitted from a particle in circular motion around a Schwarzschild black hole using the frame ... - Role of spatial higher order derivatives in momentum space entanglement

Author(s): S. Santhosh Kumar and S. ShankaranarayananWe study the momentum space entanglement between different energy modes of interacting scalar fields propagating in general (D+1)-dimensional flat ... - Chaotic dynamics of strings in charged black hole backgrounds

Author(s): Pallab Basu, Pankaj Chaturvedi, and Prasant SamantrayWe study the motion of a string in the background of a Reissner-Nordstrom black hole, in both anti–de Sitter as well as asymptotically f ... - Measurements of charm mixing and CP violation using D^{0} →K^{±} π^{∓} decays

Author(s): R. Aaij et al. (LHCb Collaboration)Measurements of charm mixing and CP violation parameters from the decay-time-dependent ratio of D^{0}→K^{+}π^{−} to D^{0}→K^{−}π^{+} decay rates and the c ... - Some properties of the states at the hidden-strangeness mixed 1/2^{+} +1/2^{−} heavy meson pair threshold in e^{+} e^{−} annihilation

Author(s): M. B. VoloshinThe threshold behavior of e^{+}e^{−} annihilation is considered in the channels B_{s0}B[over ¯]_{s}^{*}+c.c., B_{s1}B[over ¯]_{s}+c.c., and B_{s1}B[over ¯]_{s}^{*}+c.c., where … - New approach to the resummation of logarithms in Higgs-boson decays to a vector quarkonium plus a photon

Author(s): Geoffrey T. Bodwin, Hee Sok Chung, June-Haak Ee, and Jungil LeeWe present a calculation of the rates for Higgs-boson decays to a vector heavy-quarkonium state plus a photon, where the heavy … - Studies of the hybrid star structure within 2+1 flavors NJL model

Author(s): Cheng-Ming Li, Jin-Li Zhang, Tong Zhao, Ya-Peng Zhao, and Hong-Shi ZongIn this paper, we use the equation of state (EOS) of the 2+1 flavors Nambu-Jona-Lasinio (NJL) model to study the struc … - Noncommutative geometry of Zitterbewegung

Author(s): Michał Eckstein, Nicolas Franco, and Tomasz MillerDrawing from the advanced mathematics of noncommutative geometry, we model a “classical” Dirac fermion propagating in a curved spacetime. W … - Example of an inhomogeneous cosmological model in the context of backreaction

Author(s): Szymon Sikora and Krzysztof GłódIn this article, we present an example of an inhomogeneous cosmological model, which is inspired by the linear perturbation theory. The metric of this model … - Inflationary theory and pulsar timing investigations of primordial black holes and gravitational waves

Author(s): Nicholas Orlofsky, Aaron Pierce, and James D. WellsThe gravitational waves measured at LIGO are presumed here to come from merging primordial black holes. We ask how these primordial black … - Multipartite entanglement and firewalls

Author(s): Shengqiao Luo, Henry Stoltenberg, and Andreas AlbrechtBlack holes offer an exciting area to explore the nature of quantum gravity. The classic work on Hawking radiation indicates that black … - Detecting supernova neutrinos with iron and lead detectors

Author(s): Abhijit Bandyopadhyay, Pijushpani Bhattacharjee, Sovan Chakraborty, Kamales Kar, and Satyajit SahaSupernova (SN) neutrinos can excite the nuclei of various detector materials beyond their n … - Publisher’s Note: Supersymmetric Sachdev-Ye-Kitaev models [Phys. Rev. D 95, 026009 (2017)]

Author(s): Wenbo Fu, Davide Gaiotto, Juan Maldacena, and Subir Sachdev[Phys. Rev. D 95, 069904] Published Thu Mar 23, 2017 - Measurement of the B^{±} production asymmetry and the CP asymmetry in B^{±} →J/ψK^{±} decays

Author(s): R. Aaij et al. (LHCb Collaboration)The B^{±} meson production asymmetry in pp collisions is measured using B^{+}→D[over ¯]^{0}π^{+} decays. The data were recorded by the LHCb experiment dur … - One spatial dimensional finite volume three-body interaction for a short-range potential

Author(s): Peng GuoIn this work, we use McGuire’s model to describe scattering of three spinless identical particles in one spatial dimension; we first present analytic solutions of Faddeev’s equation … - Radiative corrections to Higgs boson masses for the MSSM Higgs potential with dimension-six operators

Author(s): M. N. Dubinin and E. Yu. PetrovaIn the framework of the effective field theory approach to heavy supersymmetry radiative corrections in the Higgs sector of the minimal supersymmetric standa … - Constraints on L_{μ} −L_{τ} gauge interactions from rare kaon decay

Author(s): Masahiro Ibe, Wakutaka Nakano, and Motoo SuzukiA model with L_{μ}−L_{τ} gauge symmetry is the least constrained model as a resolution to the disagreement of the muon anomalous magnetic mome … - Light dark matter in superfluid helium: Detection with multi-excitation production

Author(s): Simon Knapen, Tongyan Lin, and Kathryn M. ZurekLight dark matter searches require new experimental approaches compared to the well-established nuclear-recoil techniques now in use. In this … - Probing the cosmic ray mass composition in the knee region through TeV secondary particle fluxes from solar surroundings

Author(s): Prabir Banik, Biplab Bijay, Samir K. Sarkar, and Arunava BhadraThe possibility of estimating the mass composition of primary cosmic rays above the knee of their energy spectrum through the … - Nonspherical Szekeres models in the language of cosmological perturbations

Author(s): Roberto A. Sussman, Juan Carlos Hidalgo, Ismael Delgado Gaspar, and Gabriel GermánWe study the differences and equivalences between the nonperturbative description of the evolution of cosmi … - Retrolensing by a charged black hole

Author(s): Naoki Tsukamoto and Yungui Gong (龚云贵)Compact objects with a light sphere such as black holes and wormholes can reflect light rays like a mirror. This gravitational lensing phenomenon is cal … - Deflection angle in the strong deflection limit in a general asymptotically flat, static, spherically symmetric spacetime

Author(s): Naoki TsukamotoGravitational lensing by the light sphere of compact objects like black holes and wormholes will give us information on the compact objects. In this paper, we provide an impr … - Membrane paradigm for Einstein-Gauss-Bonnet gravity

Author(s): Ted Jacobson, Arif Mohd, and Sudipta SarkarWe construct the membrane paradigm for black objects in Einstein-Gauss-Bonnet gravity in spacetime dimensions ≥5. As in the case of general relati … - Toroidal trapped surfaces and isoperimetric inequalities

Author(s): Janusz Karkowski, Patryk Mach, Edward Malec, Niall Ó Murchadha, and Naqing XieWe analytically construct an infinite number of trapped toroids in spherically symmetric Cauchy hypersurfaces o … - No fifth force in a scale invariant universe

Author(s): Pedro G. Ferreira, Christopher T. Hill, and Graham G. RossWe revisit the possibility that the Planck mass is spontaneously generated in scale-invariant scalar-tensor theories of gravity, ty … - Topological Casimir effect in a quantum LC circuit: Real-time dynamics

Author(s): Yuan Yao and Ariel R. ZhitnitskyWe study novel contributions to the partition function of the Maxwell system defined on a small compact manifold M with nontrivial mappings π_{1}[U(1)]≅Z. Th … - Geometry of special Galileons

Author(s): Jiří NovotnýA theory known as special Galileon has recently attracted considerable interest due to its peculiar properties. It has been shown that it represents an extremal member of the se … - Controlling and observing nonseparability of phonons created in time-dependent 1D atomic Bose condensates

Author(s): Scott Robertson, Florent Michel, and Renaud ParentaniWe study the spectrum and entanglement of phonons produced by temporal changes in homogeneous one-dimensional atomic condensates. To cha … - Quantum Hall effect on odd spheres

Author(s): Ü. H. Coşkun, S. Kürkçüoğlu, and G. C. TogaWe solve the Landau problem for charged particles on odd dimensional spheres S^{2k−1} in the background of constant SO(2k−1) gauge fields carrying … - Revisiting the thermodynamic relations in AdS/CMT models

Author(s): Seungjoon Hyun, Sang-A Park, and Sang-Heon YiMotivated by the recent unified approach to the Smarr-like relation of anti-de Sitter (AdS) planar black holes in conjunction with the quasiloca … - Static structures of the BCS-like holographic superfluid in AdS_{4} spacetime

Author(s): Shanquan Lan, Wenbiao Liu, and Yu TianWe investigate in detail the m^{2}=0 Abelian Higgs model in AdS_{4}, which is considered as the holographic dual of the most BCS-like superfluid. In ho … - Dark matter, light mediators, and the neutrino floor

Author(s): James B. Dent, Bhaskar Dutta, Jayden L. Newstead, and Louis E. StrigariWe analyze direct dark matter detection experiments for ≲100 MeV mass mediators with general interactions. We compare … - cb [over ¯] spectrum and decay properties with coupled channel effects

Author(s): Antony Prakash Monteiro, Manjunath Bhat, and K. B. Vijaya KumarThe mass spectrum of cb[over ¯] states has been obtained using the phenomenological relativistic quark model (RQM) with couple … - Search for mono-Higgs signals at the LHC in the B−L supersymmetric standard model

Author(s): W. Abdallah, A. Hammad, S. Khalil, and S. MorettiWe study mono-Higgs signatures emerging in the B−L supersymmetric standard model induced by new channels not present in the minimal supersym … - Probing doubly charged Higgs bosons at the LHC through photon initiated processes

Author(s): K. S. Babu and Sudip JanaWe show that the photon-photon fusion process contributes significantly to the pair production of doubly charged Higgs bosons at the LHC at a level comparable to th … - Casimir effect for Dirac lattices

Author(s): M. Bordag and I. G. PirozhenkoWe consider polarizable sheets, which recently received some attention, especially in the context of the dispersion interaction of thin sheets like graphene. T … - Doppler effect on indirect detection of dark matter using dark matter only simulations

Author(s): Devon Powell, Ranjan Laha, Kenny C. Y. Ng, and Tom AbelIndirect detection of dark matter is a major avenue for discovery. However, baryonic backgrounds are diverse enough to mimic many poss … - Testing decay of astrophysical neutrinos with incomplete information

Author(s): Mauricio Bustamante, John F. Beacom, and Kohta MuraseNeutrinos mix and have mass differences, so decays from one to another must occur. But how fast? The best direct limits on nonradiative … - New class of exact solutions in Einstein-Maxwell-dilaton theory

Author(s): A. M. GhezelbashWe find new solutions to the five-dimensional Einstein-Maxwell-dilaton theory with cosmological constant where the dilaton field couples to the electromagnetic field as well … - Noether symmetries and stability of ideal gas solutions in Galileon cosmology

Author(s): N. Dimakis, Alex Giacomini, Sameerah Jamal, Genly Leon, and Andronikos PaliathanasisA class of generalized Galileon cosmological models, which can be described by a pointlike Lagrangian, is … - Exploring the Tomlin-Varadarajan quantum constraints in U(1)^{3} loop quantum gravity: Solutions and the Minkowski theorem

Author(s): Jerzy Lewandowski and Chun-Yen LinWe explicitly solved the anomaly-free quantum constraints proposed by Tomlin and Varadarajan for the weak Euclidean model of canonical loop quantum gravity … - Variation of entanglement entropy and mutual information in fermion-fermion scattering

Author(s): Jinbo Fan, Yanbin Deng, and Yong-Chang HuangWe study the behavior of entanglement between different degrees of freedom of scattering fermions, based on an exemplary QED scattering process e … - Photon initiated single top quark production via flavor-changing neutral currents at the LHC

Author(s): Reza Goldouzian and Barbara ClerbauxSingle top quark production is a powerful process to search for new physics signs. In this work we propose and investigate a search for top quark flavor- … - τ^{−} →η^{(′)} π^{−} ν_{τ} γ decays as background in the search for second class currents

Author(s): A. Guevara, G. López-Castro, and P. RoigObservation of τ^{−}→η^{(′)}π^{−}ν_{τ} decays at Belle-II would indicate either a manifestation of isospin symmetry breaking or genuine second class … - Axion, μ term, and supersymmetric hybrid inflation

Author(s): G. Lazarides, C. Panagiotakopoulos, and Q. ShafiWe show how successful supersymmetric hybrid inflation is realized in realistic models where the resolution of the minimal supersymmetric sta … - (g−2)_{μ} , lepton flavor violation, and Z decays with leptoquarks: Correlations and future prospects

Author(s): Estefania Coluccio Leskow, Giancarlo D’Ambrosio, Andreas Crivellin, and Dario MüllerThe long-standing anomaly in the anomalous magnetic moment of the muon indicates the presence of chiralit … - Testing physical models for dipolar asymmetry: From temperature to k space to lensing

Author(s): J. P. Zibin and D. ContrerasOne of the most intriguing hints of a departure from the standard cosmological model is a large-scale dipolar power asymmetry in the cosmic microwave background … - Calculation of the critical overdensity in the spherical-collapse approximation

Author(s): D. Herrera, I. Waga, and S. E. JorásCritical overdensity δ_{c} is a key concept in estimating the number count of halos for different redshift and halo-mass bins, and therefore, it is a pow … - Symmetric point four-point functions at one loop in QCD

Author(s): J. A. GraceyWe evaluate the quartic ghost and quark Green’s functions as well as the gluon-ghost, gluon-quark and ghost-quark four-point functions of quantum chromodynamics at one loop at t … - Helicity selection rules and noninterference for BSM amplitudes

Author(s): Aleksandr Azatov, Roberto Contino, Camila S. Machado, and Francesco RivaPrecision studies of scattering processes at colliders provide powerful indirect constraints on new physics. We study … - Spontaneous excitation of an atom in a Kerr spacetime

Author(s): G. MenezesWe consider radiative processes of an atom in a rotating black-hole background. We assume the atom, represented by a hypothetical two-level system, is coupled via a monopole inter … - Interacting scale invariant but nonconformal field theories

Author(s): Yu NakayamaThere is a dilemma in constructing interacting scale invariant Euclidean field theories that are not conformal invariant. On one hand, scale invariance without conformal invarian … - Two-loop amplitudes for qg→Hq and qq [over ¯] →Hg mediated by a nearly massless quark

Author(s): Kirill Melnikov, Lorenzo Tancredi, and Christopher WeverWe compute the two-loop QCD corrections to qg→Hq and qq[over ¯]→Hg amplitudes mediated by loops of nearly massless quarks. These ampl … - Magnetic-field induced critical endpoint

Author(s): Stefan RechenbergerThe phase diagram of strong interaction matter is analyzed utilizing the Nambu–Jona-Lasinio model. Special emphasis is placed on its dependence on an external magnetic fi … - Abelian Higgs model with charge conjugate boundary conditions

Author(s): R. M. WoloshynThe Abelian Higgs model is studied on the lattice with charge conjugate boundary conditions. A locally gauge invariant operator for the charged scalar field is constructed, an … - Isospin-violating dark matter in the light of recent data

Author(s): Carlos E. YagunaIn scenarios where dark matter interacts differently with protons and neutrons (isospin-violating dark matter), the interpretation of the experimental limits on the dark mat … - Electric dipole moments of charged leptons at one loop in the presence of massive neutrinos

Author(s): H. Novales-Sánchez, M. Salinas, J. J. Toscano, and O. Vázquez-HernándezViolation of CP invariance is a quite relevant phenomenon that is found in the Standard Model, though in small amounts … - Volume dependence of baryon number cumulants and their ratios

Author(s): Gábor A. Almási, Robert D. Pisarski, and Vladimir V. SkokovWe explore the influence of finite-volume effects on cumulants of baryon/quark number fluctuations in a nonperturbative chiral mod …