- Dynamically emergent flavor in a confining theory with unbroken chiral symmetry

Author(s): Mikhail ShifmanI discuss “truncated” QCD studied recently by Glozman et al. through numerical simulations. For two flavors it was observed that truncation restores the full chiral U(2)×U(2) … - Probing (g−2)_{μ} at the LHC in the paradigm of R-parity violating MSSM

Author(s): Amit Chakraborty and Sabyasachi ChakrabortyThe measurement of the anomalous magnetic moment of the muon exhibits a long-standing discrepancy compared to the standard model prediction. In th … - Light-front holographic QCD with generic dilaton profile

Author(s): Zhaoheng Guo, Tianbo Liu, and Bo-Qiang MaWe generalize the soft-wall and hard-wall models to a light-front holographic QCD model with a generic dilaton profile. The effective potential indu … - Impacts of dark energy on weighing neutrinos after Planck 2015

Author(s): Xin ZhangWe investigate how dark energy properties impact the cosmological limits on the total mass of active neutrinos. We consider two typical, simple dark energy models (that have only o … - Quasinormal frequencies of self-dual black holes

Author(s): Victor Santos, R. V. Maluf, and C. A. S. AlmeidaOne simplified black hole model constructed from a semiclassical analysis of loop quantum gravity (LQG) is called the self-dual black hole. T … - Transdimensional Bayesian approach to pulsar timing noise analysis

Author(s): J. A. Ellis and N. J. CornishThe modeling of intrinsic noise in pulsar timing residual data is of crucial importance for gravitational wave detection and pulsar timing (astro)physics in gen … - Correlation functions of three-dimensional Yang-Mills theory from Dyson-Schwinger equations

Author(s): Markus Q. HuberThe two- and three-point functions and the four-gluon vertex of three-dimensional Yang-Mills theory are calculated from their Dyson-Schwinger equations and the three-particle … - Photon merging and splitting in electromagnetic field inhomogeneities

Author(s): Holger Gies, Felix Karbstein, and Nico SeegertWe investigate photon merging and splitting processes in inhomogeneous, slowly varying electromagnetic fields. Our study is based on the three- … - Graviton Kaluza-Klein modes in nonflat branes with stabilized modulus

Author(s): Tanmoy Paul and Soumitra SenGuptaWe consider a generalized two brane Randall-Sundrum model where the branes are endowed with nonzero cosmological constant. In this scenario, we re-examine t … - Large superconformal near-horizons from M-theory

Author(s): Ö. Kelekci, Y. Lozano, J. Montero, E. Ó Colgáin, and M. ParkWe report on a classification of supersymmetric solutions to 11D supergravity with SO(2,2)×SO(3) isometry, which are AdS/CFT dual … - Publisher’s Note: Leptophilic dark matter in Galactic Center excess [Phys. Rev. D 93, 083504 (2016)]

Author(s): Bo-Qiang Lu and Hong-Shi Zong[Phys. Rev. D 93, 089910] Published Wed Apr 27, 2016 - Radial Regge trajectories and leptonic widths of the isovector mesons

Author(s): A. M. Badalian and B. L. G. BakkerIt is shown that two physical phenomena are important for high excitations: (i) the screening of the universal gluon-exchange potential and (ii) the flatte … - 750 GeV diphoton resonance as a singlet scalar in an extra dimensional model

Author(s): Chengfeng Cai (蔡成丰), Zhao-Huan Yu (余钊焕), and Hong-Hao Zhang (张宏浩)We interpret the 750 GeV diphoton excess recently found in the 13 TeV LHC data as a singlet scalar in an extra dimensional m … - One bump or two peaks: The 750 GeV diphoton excess and dark matter with a complex mediator

Author(s): Qing-Hong Cao, Yin-Qiang Gong, Xing Wang, Bin Yan, and Li Lin YangWe consider the possibility that the recently observed excess in the diphoton invariant mass spectrum around 750 GeV is due … - Erratum: Next-to-next-to-leading logarithmic resummation for transverse thrust [Phys. Rev. D 93, 054038 (2016)]

Author(s): Thomas Becher, Xavier Garcia i Tormo, and Jan Piclum[Phys. Rev. D 93, 079905] Published Tue Apr 26, 2016 - Characterization of non-Gaussianity in gravitational wave detector noise

Author(s): Takahiro Yamamoto, Kazuhiro Hayama, Shuhei Mano, Yousuke Itoh, and Nobuyuki KandaThe first detection of a gravitational wave (GW) has been achieved by two detectors of the advanced LIGO. Ro … - Slowly rotating neutron stars in the nonminimal derivative coupling sector of Horndeski gravity

Author(s): Adolfo Cisterna, Térence Delsate, Ludovic Ducobu, and Massimiliano RinaldiThis work is devoted to the construction of slowly rotating neutron stars in the framework of the nonminimal deriva … - Holographic entropy and real-time dynamics of quarkonium dissociation in non-Abelian plasma

Author(s): Ioannis Iatrakis and Dmitri E. KharzeevThe peak of the heavy quark pair entropy at the deconfinement transition, observed in lattice QCD, suggests that the transition is effectively driven … - Erratum: Isolated and binary neutron stars in dynamical Chern-Simons gravity [Phys. Rev. D 87, 084058 (2013)]

Author(s): Kent Yagi, Leo C. Stein, Nicolás Yunes, and Takahiro Tanaka[Phys. Rev. D 93, 089909] Published Tue Apr 26, 2016 - Electron beam single-spin asymmetries in the resonance region with final hadrons observed

Author(s): Brandon Buncher and Carl E. CarlsonWe study beam-transverse and normal single-spin asymmetry for electron-proton inelastic scattering in the resonance region for the case where a pion is ob … - Pionic dispersion relations in the presence of a weak magnetic field

Author(s): Souvik Priyam Adhya, Mahatsab Mandal, Subhrajyoti Biswas, and Pradip K. RoyIn this work, dispersion relations of π^{0} and π^{±} have been studied in vacuum in the limit of a weak external … - Unification of gauge, family, and flavor symmetries illustrated in gauged SU(12) models

Author(s): Carl H. Albright, Robert P. Feger, and Thomas W. KephartTo explain quark and lepton masses and mixing angles, one has to extend the standard model, and the usual practice is to put the quar … - Performance of two Askaryan Radio Array stations and first results in the search for ultrahigh energy neutrinos

Author(s): P. Allison et al. (The ARA collaboration)Ultrahigh energy neutrinos are interesting messenger particles since, if detected, they can transmit exclusive information about ultrahigh energy pr … - Estimation of losses in a 300 m filter cavity and quantum noise reduction in the KAGRA gravitational-wave detector

Author(s): Eleonora Capocasa, Matteo Barsuglia, Jérôme Degallaix, Laurent Pinard, Nicolas Straniero, Roman Schnabel, Kentaro Somiya, Yoichi Aso, Daisuke Tatsumi, and Raffaele FlaminioThe sensitivity o … - Charged C-metric in conformal gravity

Author(s): Yen-Kheng LimUsing a C-metric-type ansatz, we obtain an exact solution to conformal gravity coupled to a Maxwell electromagnetic field. The solution resembles a C-metric spacetime carrying … - Weyl gravity and Cartan geometry

Author(s): J. Attard, J. François, and S. LazzariniWe point out that the Cartan geometry known as the second-order conformal structure provides a natural differential geometric framework underlying ga … - Supertwistor description of the AdS pure spinor string

Author(s): Israel Ramírez and Brenno Carlini ValliloWe describe the pure spinor string in the AdS_{5}×S^{5} using unconstrained matrices first used by Roiban and Siegel for the Green-Schwarz superstri … - Jet quenching from QCD evolution

Author(s): Yang-Ting Chien, Alexander Emerman, Zhong-Bo Kang, Grigory Ovanesyan, and Ivan VitevRecent advances in soft-collinear effective theory with Glauber gluons have led to the development of a n … - Interplay of quark and meson degrees of freedom in near-threshold states: A practical parametrization for line shapes

Author(s): F.-K. Guo, C. Hanhart, Yu. S. Kalashnikova, P. Matuschek, R. V. Mizuk, A. V. Nefediev, Q. Wang, and J.-L. WynenWe propose a practical parametrization for the line shapes of near-threshold s … - Smarr formula for Lovelock black holes: A Lagrangian approach

Author(s): Stefano Liberati and Costantino PacilioThe mass formula for black holes can be formally expressed in terms of a Noether charge surface integral plus a suitable volume integral, for any grav … - Axion dark matter in the post-inflationary Peccei-Quinn symmetry breaking scenario

Author(s): Andreas Ringwald and Ken’ichi SaikawaWe consider extensions of the Standard Model in which a spontaneously broken global chiral Peccei-Quinn (PQ) symmetry arises as an accidental symmetry o … - Publisher’s Note: Role of momentum and velocity for radiating electrons [Phys. Rev. D 93, 045034 (2016)]

Author(s): Rémi Capdessus, Adam Noble, Paul McKenna, and Dino A. Jaroszynski[Phys. Rev. D 93, 089908] Published Fri Apr 22, 2016 - Testing charged current quasi-elastic and multinucleon interaction models in the NEUT neutrino interaction generator with published datasets from the MiniBooNE and MINERνA experiments

Author(s): C. Wilkinson et al.There has been a great deal of theoretical work on sophisticated charged current quasi-elastic (CCQE) neutrino interaction models in recent years, prompted by a number of … - New measurement of θ_{13} via neutron capture on hydrogen at Daya Bay

Author(s): F. P. An et al. (Daya Bay Collaboration)The Daya Bay collaboration, with all eight of its anti-neutrino detectors functioning, returns to measuring the neutrino mixing angle θ13 through hyd … - Flavor physics scenario for the 750 GeV diphoton anomaly

Author(s): Cesar Bonilla, Miguel Nebot, José W. F. Valle, and Rahul SrivastavaA simple variant of a realistic flavor symmetry scheme for fermion masses and mixings provides a possible interpretation o … - CGC/saturation approach for high energy soft interactions: v_{2} in proton-proton collisions

Author(s): E. Gotsman, E. Levin, U. Maor, and S. TapiaIn this paper we continue our program to construct a model for high energy soft interactions, based on the CGC/saturation approach. We demonstrate … - Lepton flavor violation in hadronic decays of the tau lepton in the simplest little Higgs model

Author(s): A. Lami, J. Portolés, and P. RoigWe study lepton flavor violating hadron decays of the tau lepton within the simplest little Higgs model. Namely we consider τ→μ(P,V,PP) where P and V are sh … - 750 GeV dark pion: Cousin of a dark G-parity odd WIMP

Author(s): Yang Bai, Joshua Berger, and Ran LuWe point out a potential common origin of the recently observed 750 GeV diphoton resonance and a weakly interacting massive particle (WIMP) candidate. In … - Neutrino energy transport in weak decoupling and big bang nucleosynthesis

Author(s): E. Grohs, G. M. Fuller, C. T. Kishimoto, M. W. Paris, and A. VlasenkoDoes taking neutrino transport into account result in observable consequences for nucleosynthesis in the early universe? … - Quantization of spacetime based on a spacetime interval operator

Author(s): Hsu-Wen Chiang, Yao-Chieh Hu, and Pisin ChenMotivated by both concepts of Adler’s recent work on utilizing Clifford algebra as the linear line element ds=⟨γ_{μ}⟩dX^{μ} and the fermionizatio … - Semiclassical picture for electron-positron photoproduction in strong laser fields

Author(s): Sebastian Meuren, Christoph H. Keitel, and Antonino Di PiazzaThe nonlinear Breit-Wheeler process is studied in the presence of strong and short laser pulses. We show that for a relativistic … - Two-loop five-point all-plus helicity Yang-Mills amplitude

Author(s): David C. Dunbar and Warren B. PerkinsWe recompute the recently derived two-loop five-point all-plus Yang-Mills amplitude using unitarity and recursion. Recursion requires augmented recursio … - Perturbative thermodynamics at nonzero isospin density for cold QCD

Author(s): Thorben Graf, Juergen Schaffner-Bielich, and Eduardo S. FragaWe use next-to-leading order in perturbation theory to investigate the effects of a finite isospin density on the thermodynamics … - Search for the weak decay η^{′} →K^{±} π^{∓} and precise measurement of the branching fraction B(J/ψ→ϕη^{′} )

Author(s): M. Ablikim et al. (BESIII Collaboration)We present the first search for the rare decay of η^{′} into K^{±}π^{∓} in J/ψ→ϕη^{′}, using a sample of 1.3×10^{9} J/ψ events collected with the BE … - Tritium calibration of the LUX dark matter experiment

Author(s): D. S. Akerib et al. (LUX Collaboration)We present measurements of the electron-recoil (ER) response of the LUX dark matter detector based upon 170 000 highly pure and spatially uniform trit … - Assessing the role of nuclear effects in the interpretation of the MiniBooNE low-energy anomaly

Author(s): M. Ericson, M. V. Garzelli, C. Giunti, and M. MartiniWe study the impact of the effect of multinucleon interactions in the reconstruction of the neutrino energy on the fit of the MiniBooNE … - Mass and decay constant of the newly observed exotic X(5568) state

Author(s): S. S. Agaev, K. Azizi, and H. SunduThe mass and decay constant of the X(5568) state newly observed by the D0 Collaboration are computed within the two-point sum rule method using the diquar … - Pion-kaon scattering amplitude constrained with forward dispersion relations up to 1.6 GeV

Author(s): J. R. Pelaez and A. RodasIn this work we provide simple and precise parametrizations of the existing πK scattering data from threshold up to 1.6 GeV, which are constrained to satisfy forwar … - Determination of the fragmentation functions from an NLO QCD analysis of the HERMES data on pion multiplicities

Author(s): Elliot Leader, Alexander V. Sidorov, and Dimiter B. StamenovAn NLO QCD analysis of the final HERMES data on pion multiplicities is presented and a new set of pion fragmentation functions is … - Bottomonium spectrum revisited

Author(s): Jorge Segovia, Pablo G. Ortega, David R. Entem, and Francisco FernándezWe revisit the bottomonium spectrum motivated by the recently exciting experimental progress in the observation of new … - Heavy quark diffusion in strong magnetic fields at weak coupling and implications for elliptic flow

Author(s): Kenji Fukushima, Koichi Hattori, Ho-Ung Yee, and Yi YinWe compute the momentum diffusion coefficients of heavy quarks, κ_{∥} and κ_{⊥}, in a strong magnetic field B along the directions par … - Composite Higgs model at a conformal fixed point

Author(s): R. C. Brower, A. Hasenfratz, C. Rebbi, E. Weinberg, and O. WitzelWe propose to construct a chirally broken model based on the infrared fixed point of a conformal system by raising the mass … - Dark matter direct detection with accelerometers

Author(s): Peter W. Graham, David E. Kaplan, Jeremy Mardon, Surjeet Rajendran, and William A. TerranoThe mass of the dark matter particle is unknown, and may be as low as ∼10^{−22} eV. The lighter pa … - Diphoton excess, low energy theorem, and the 331 model

Author(s): Qing-Hong Cao, Yandong Liu, Ke-Pan Xie, Bin Yan, and Dong-Ming ZhangWe interpret the diphoton anomaly as a heavy scalar H_{3} in the so-called 331 model. The scalar is responsible for break … - Scattering light by light at 750 GeV at the LHC

Author(s): S. Fichet, G. von Gersdorff, and C. RoyonWe consider the possibility that the diphoton excess at 750 GeV is caused by a new scalar resonance produced in photon fusion. This scenario is para … - Solitonic modulation and Lifshitz point in an external magnetic field within Nambu–Jona-Lasinio model

Author(s): Gaoqing Cao and Anping HuangWe study the inhomogeneous solitonic modulation of a chiral condensate within the effective Nambu–Jona-Lasinio model when a constant external magnetic field is p … - Origin of fermion masses without spontaneous symmetry breaking

Author(s): Venkitesh Ayyar and Shailesh ChandrasekharanUsing large scale Monte Carlo calculations in a simple three dimensional lattice fermion model, we establish the existence of a second order quan … - Affleck-Dine baryogenesis just after inflation

Author(s): Masaki YamadaWe propose a new scenario of Affleck-Dine baryogenesis where a flat direction in the MSSM generates B−L asymmetry just after the end of inflation. The resulting amount of baryo … - Matter bispectrum of large-scale structure: Three-dimensional comparison between theoretical models and numerical simulations

Author(s): Andrei Lazanu, Tommaso Giannantonio, Marcel Schmittfull, and E. P. S. ShellardWe study the matter bispectrum of the large-scale structure by comparing different perturbative and phenomenolo … - Primordial gravitational waves from the space-condensate inflation model

Author(s): Seoktae Koh, Bum-Hoon Lee, and Gansukh TumurtushaaWe consider the space-condensate inflation model to study the primordial gravitational waves generated in the early Universe. We calculate … - Classical and quantum cosmology of Born-Infeld type models

Author(s): Alexander Kamenshchik, Claus Kiefer, and Nick KwidzinskiWe discuss Born-Infeld type fields (tachyon fields) in classical and quantum cosmology. We first partly review and partly extend the … - Quasiadiabatic modes from viscous inhomogeneities

Author(s): Massimo GiovanniniThe viscous inhomogeneities of a relativistic plasma determine a further class of entropic modes whose amplitude must be sufficiently small since curvature perturbations a … - Towards spectral geometric methods for Euclidean quantum gravity

Author(s): Mikhail Panine and Achim KempfThe unification of general relativity with quantum theory will also require a coming together of the two quite different mathematical languages of general rela … - Collapsing shells, critical phenomena, and black hole formation

Author(s): Vitor Cardoso and Jorge V. RochaWe study the gravitational collapse of two thin shells of matter, in asymptotically flat spacetime or constrained to move within a spherical box. We show tha … - Probing theories of gravity with phase space-inferred potentials of galaxy clusters

Author(s): Alejo Stark, Christopher J. Miller, Nicholas Kern, Daniel Gifford, Gong-Bo Zhao, Baojiu Li, Kazuya Koyama, and Robert C. NicholModified theories of gravity provide us with a unique opportun … - Fokker action of nonspinning compact binaries at the fourth post-Newtonian approximation

Author(s): Laura Bernard, Luc Blanchet, Alejandro Bohé, Guillaume Faye, and Sylvain MarsatThe Fokker action governing the motion of compact binary systems without spins is derived in harmonic coordina … - Slowly rotating neutron stars in scalar-tensor theories with a massive scalar field

Author(s): Stoytcho S. Yazadjiev, Daniela D. Doneva, and Dimitar PopchevIn the scalar-tensor theories with a massive scalar field, the coupling constants, and the coupling functions in general, which … - Spin foam models as energetic causal sets

Author(s): Marina Cortês and Lee SmolinEnergetic causal sets are causal sets endowed by a flow of energy-momentum between causally related events. These incorporate a novel mechanism for the emergence … - Minimal extension of Einstein’s theory: The quartic gravity

Author(s): Atalay Karasu, Esin Kenar, and Bayram TekinWe study structure of solutions of the recently constructed minimal extensions of Einstein’s gravity in four dimensions at the quartic curvature l … - Effects of power-law Maxwell field on the critical phenomena of higher dimensional dilaton black holes

Author(s): Jie-Xiong Mo, Gu-Qiang Li, and Xiao-Bao XuThe effects of a power-law Maxwell field on the critical phenomena of higher dimensional dilaton black holes are probed in detail. We successfully … - Can we measure individual black-hole spins from gravitational-wave observations?

Author(s): Michael Pürrer, Mark Hannam, and Frank OhmeMeasurements of black-hole spins from gravitational-wave observations of black-hole binaries with ground-based detectors are known to be hampered … - Kinematic dynamo, supersymmetry breaking, and chaos

Author(s): Igor V. Ovchinnikov and Torsten A. EnßlinThe kinematic dynamo (KD) describes the growth of magnetic fields generated by the flow of a conducting medium in the limit of vanishing backaction … - Properties of strange quark matter objects with two types of surface treatments

Author(s): Cheng-Jun Xia (夏铖君), Guang-Xiong Peng (彭光雄), En-Guang Zhao (赵恩广), and Shan-Gui Zhou (周善贵)We study strange quark matter (SQM) objects ranging from strangelets to strange stars based on our r … - QCD axion as a bridge between string theory and flavor physics

Author(s): Y. H. AhnWe construct a string-inspired model, motivated by the flavored Peccei-Quinn (PQ) axions, as a useful bridge between flavor physics and string theory. The key feature is two anomal … - On p-form theories with gauge invariant second order field equations

Author(s): Cédric Deffayet, Shinji Mukohyama, and Vishagan SivanesanWe explore field theories of a single p-form with equations of motions of order strictly equal to 2 and gauge invariance. We give a … - Erratum: Quantum field theoretical description for the reflectivity of graphene [Phys. Rev. D 91, 045037 (2015)]

Author(s): M. Bordag, G. L. Klimchitskaya, V. M. Mostepanenko, and V. M. Petrov[Phys. Rev. D 93, 089907] Published Wed Apr 20, 2016 - Measurement of partonic nuclear effects in deep-inelastic neutrino scattering using MINERvA

Author(s): J. Mousseau et al. (The MINERνA Collaboration)The MINERvA Collaboration reports a novel study of neutrino-nucleus charged-current deep inelastic scattering (DIS) using the same neutrino bea … - Secluded singlet fermionic dark matter driven by the Fermi gamma-ray excess

Author(s): Yeong Gyun Kim, Kang Young Lee, Chan Beom Park, and Seodong ShinWe examine the possibility that the dark matter (DM) interpretation of the GeV scale Fermi gamma-ray excess at the Galactic c … - Electroweak naturalness and deflected mirage mediation

Author(s): Vernon Barger, Lisa L. Everett, and Todd S. GaronWe investigate the question of electroweak naturalness within the deflected mirage mediation (DMM) framework for supersymmetry breaking in t … - High-scale validity of a model with three Higgs doublets

Author(s): Nabarun ChakrabartyWe consider a three-Higgs doublet scenario in this paper, invariant under the discrete group S_{3}, and probe its high-scale validity by allowing the model parameters to … - Phenomenological implications of an SU(5)×S_{4} ×U(1) SUSY GUT of flavor

Author(s): Maria Dimou, Stephen F. King, and Christoph LuhnWe discuss the characteristic low energy phenomenological implications of an SU(5) supersymmetric (SUSY) grand unified theory whose flavor st … - Level crossing between the QCD axion and an axionlike particle

Author(s): Ryuji Daido, Naoya Kitajima, and Fuminobu TakahashiWe study a level crossing between the QCD axion and an axionlike particle, focusing on the recently found phenomenon, the axion roulette, … - Conformal symmetry and nonlinear extensions of nonlocal gravity

Author(s): Giulia Cusin, Stefano Foffa, Michele Maggiore, and Michele MancarellaWe study two nonlinear extensions of the nonlocal R□^{−2}R gravity theory. We extend this theory in two different ways s … - Mitigating parametric instability in optical gravitational wave detectors

Author(s): Andrey B. Matsko, Mikhail V. Poplavskiy, Hiroaki Yamamoto, and Sergey P. VyatchaninAchieving quantum limited sensitivity in a laser interferometric gravitational wave detector can be hinder … - μ distortions or running: A guaranteed discovery from CMB spectrometry

Author(s): Giovanni Cabass, Alessandro Melchiorri, and Enrico PajerWe discuss the implications of a PIXIE-like experiment, which would measure μ-type spectral distortions of the cosmic microwave backg … - Large-scale magnetic fields can explain the baryon asymmetry of the Universe

Author(s): Tomohiro Fujita and Kohei KamadaHelical hypermagnetic fields in the primordial Universe can produce the observed amount of baryon asymmetry through the chiral anomaly without any ingredient … - Asymptotic safety of gravity-matter systems

Author(s): J. Meibohm, J. M. Pawlowski, and M. ReichertWe study the ultraviolet stability of gravity-matter systems for general numbers of minimally coupled scalars and fermions. This is done within t … - Lifshitz scaling to Lorentz-violating high derivative operator and gamma-ray bursts

Author(s): E. Passos, E. M. C. Abreu, M. A. Anacleto, F. A. Brito, C. Wotzasek, and C. A. D. ZarroIn this work, we use a Hořava-Lifshitz scaling to rewrite a Lorentz-violating higher-order derivative … - Non-Abelian twisted kinks in chiral Gross-Neveu model with isospin

Author(s): Michael ThiesThe two-dimensional, massless Gross-Neveu model with N_{c} colors and SU(2) isospin is studied analytically in the large N_{c} limit. The chiral SU(2)_{L}×SU(2)_{R} symmetry is … - Search for dark matter produced in association with a Higgs boson decaying to two bottom quarks in pp collisions at sqrt[s] =8 TeV with the ATLAS detector

Author(s): G. Aad et al. (ATLAS Collaboration)This article reports on a search for dark matter pair production in association with a Higgs boson decaying to a pair of bottom quarks, using data from 20 … - Probing the origin of neutrino masses and mixings via doubly charged scalars: Complementarity of the intensity and the energy frontiers

Author(s): Tanja Geib, Stephen F. King, Alexander Merle, Jose Miguel No, and Luca PanizziWe discuss how the intensity and the energy frontiers provide complementary constraints within a minimal model … - Two-photon dilepton production in proton-proton collisions: Two alternative approaches

Author(s): Marta Łuszczak, Wolfgang Schäfer, and Antoni SzczurekWe investigate different methods to incorporate the effect of photons in hard processes. We compare the two different approaches used fo … - Searching for vector dark matter via Higgs portal at the LHC

Author(s): Chuan-Hung Chen and Takaaki NomuraA Higgs portal dark matter model for explaining the gamma ray excess from the galactic center can be realized with the extension of local SU(2)_{X} gauge s … - Strong decay mode J/ψp of hidden charm pentaquark states P_{c}^{+} (4380) and P_{c}^{+} (4450) in Σ_{c} D [over ¯] ^{*} molecular scenario

Author(s): Qi-Fang Lü and Yu-Bing DongWe study the strong decay channels P_{c}^{+}(4380)→J/ψp and P_{c}^{+}(4450)→J/ψp under a Σ_{c}D[over ¯]^{*} molecular state ansatz. With various spin-parity assig … - Valence-quark distribution functions in the kaon and pion

Author(s): Chen Chen, Lei Chang, Craig D. Roberts, Shaolong Wan, and Hong-Shi ZongWe describe expressions for pion and kaon dressed-quark distribution functions that incorporate contributions from glu … - Bjorken flow in one-dimensional relativistic magnetohydrodynamics with magnetization

Author(s): Shi Pu, Victor Roy, Luciano Rezzolla, and Dirk H. RischkeWe study the one-dimensional, longitudinally boost-invariant motion of an ideal fluid with infinite conductivity in the presence of … - X(5568) and its partner states

Author(s): Yan-Rui Liu, Xiang Liu, and Shi-Lin ZhuStimulated by the recent observation of the X(5568), we study the X(5568) and its partners under the tetraquark scenario. In the framework of the colo … - Dyons near the transition temperature in lattice QCD

Author(s): V. G. Bornyakov, E.-M. Ilgenfritz, B. V. Martemyanov, and M. Müller-PreusskerWe study the topological structure of QCD by cluster analysis. The fermionic topological charge density is const … - Improved analyses for μ^{−} e^{−} →e^{−} e^{−} in muonic atoms by contact interactions

Author(s): Yuichi Uesaka, Yoshitaka Kuno, Joe Sato, Toru Sato, and Masato YamanakaThe charged lepton flavor violating (CLFV) processes of μ^{−}e^{−}→e^{−}e^{−} decay by four Fermi contact interactions … - Quark stars admixed with dark matter

Author(s): Payel Mukhopadhyay and Jürgen Schaffner-BielichCompact stars consisting of massless quark matter and fermionic dark matter are studied by solving the Tolman-Oppenheimer-Volkoff equations fo …