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Author(s): Yacine Mehtar-Tani and Konrad TywoniukWe compute modifications to the jet spectrum in the presence of a dense medium. We show that in the large-${N}_{c}$ approximation and at leading logari … - Weak decays of stable doubly heavy tetraquark states

Author(s): Ye Xing and Ruilin ZhuIn light of the recent discovery of the ${\mathrm{Ξ}}_{cc}^{++}$ by the LHCb Collaboration, we study the stable doubly heavy tetraquarks. These states are compact exot … - ${B}^{0}\text{−}{\overline{B}}^{0}$ mixing: Matching to HQET at NNLO

Author(s): Andrey G. Grozin, Thomas Mannel, and Alexei A. PivovarovWe compute perturbative matching coefficients to the heavy quark effective theory (HQET) representation for the QCD effective local $ … - Resonance $Y(4660)$ as a vector tetraquark and its strong decay channels

Author(s): H. Sundu, S. S. Agaev, and K. AziziThe spectroscopic parameters and partial widths of the strong decay channels of the vector meson $Y(4660)$ are calculated by treating it as a bound state … - Looking for a $ud\overline{s}\overline{b}$ bound state in the chiral quark model

Author(s): Xiaoyun Chen and Jialun PingInspired by the report of D0 Collaboration on the state $X(5568)$ with four different flavors, a similar state, $ud\overline{s}\overline{b,}$ is investigated in … - Tetraquarks in the $1/N$ expansion: A new appraisal

Author(s): Luciano Maiani, Antonio D. Polosa, and Veronica RiquerWe discuss the necessary, albeit not sufficient, conditions for tetraquark poles to occur in the $1/N$ expansion of QCD and find the mi … - Quark Wigner distribution of the pion meson in light-cone quark model

Author(s): Zhi-Lei Ma and Zhun LuWe study the quark Wigner distributions of the pion meson which are the phase-space distributions containing the most general one-parton information. Using the pion wa … - Electromagnetic form factors of spin-$1/2$ doubly charmed baryons

Author(s): Astrid N. Hiller Blin, Zhi-Feng Sun, and M. J. Vicente VacasWe study the electromagnetic form factors of the doubly charmed baryons, using covariant chiral perturbation theory within the ex … - Magnetic moments of the spin-$\frac{1}{2}$ singly charmed baryons in chiral perturbation theory

Author(s): Guang-Juan Wang, Lu Meng, Hao-Song Li, Zhan-Wei Liu, and Shi-Lin ZhuWe systematically derive the analytical expressions of the magnetic moments of the spin-$\frac{1}{2}$ singly charmed bary … - Quasi-two-body decays ${B}_{(s)}→P{f}_{2}(1270)→Pππ$ in the perturbative QCD approach

Author(s): Ya Li, Ai-Jun Ma, Zhou Rui, Wen-Fei Wang, and Zhen-Jun XiaoIn this work, we calculate the $CP$-averaged branching ratios and direct $CP$-violating asymmetries of the quasi-two-body decays $ … - Impact of recent COMPASS data on polarized parton distributions and structure functions

Author(s): M. Salimi-Amiri, A. Khorramian, H. Abdolmaleki, and F. I. OlnessWe perform a new extraction of polarized parton distribution functions (PPDFs) from the spin structure function experimental … - Multimeson model for the ${D}^{+}→{K}^{+}{K}^{−}{K}^{+}$ decay amplitude

Author(s): R. T. Aoude, P. C. Magalhães, A. C. dos Reis, and M. R. RobilottaWe propose an approach to describe the ${D}^{+}→{K}^{−}{K}^{+}{K}^{+}$ decay amplitude, based on chiral effective Lagrangian … - Sensitivity of holographic $\mathcal{N}=4$ SYM plasma hydrodynamics to finite coupling corrections

Author(s): Alex BuchelGauge theory/string theory holographic correspondence for $\mathcal{N}=4$ supersymmetric Yang-Mills (SYM) theory is well under control in the planar limit, and for large (infinit … - Electron-positron cascade in magnetospheres of spinning black holes

Author(s): Alexander L. Ford, Brett D. Keenan, and Mikhail V. MedvedevWe quantitatively study the stationary, axisymmetric, force-free magnetospheres of spinning (Kerr) black holes (BHs) and the condi … - Detecting intermediate-mass ratio inspirals from the ground and space

Author(s): Pau Amaro-SeoaneThe detection of the gravitational capture of a stellar-mass compact object by a massive black hole (MBH) will allow us to test gravity in the strong regime. The repeated, a … - Density profiles of ultracompact minihalos: Implications for constraining the primordial power spectrum

Author(s): M. Sten Delos, Adrienne L. Erickcek, Avery P. Bailey, and Marcelo A. AlvarezEnhanced density fluctuations on small scales would lead to the formation of numerous dark matter minihalos, so l … - Stars creating a gravitational repulsion

Author(s): Igor D. Novikov, G. S. Bisnovatyi-Kogan, and Dmitry I. NovikovIn the framework of the theory of general relativity, models of stars with an unusual equation of state $ρ{c}^{2}<0$, $P> … - Impact of EDGES 21-cm global signal on the primordial power spectrum

Author(s): Shintaro Yoshiura, Keitaro Takahashi, and Tomo TakahashiWe investigate the impact of the recent observation of the 21-cm global signal by EDGES on the primordial power spectrum, particularl … - New general parametrization of quintessence fields and its observational constraints

Author(s): Nandan Roy, Alma X. Gonzalez-Morales, and L. Arturo Ureña-LópezWe present a new parameterization of quintessence potentials for dark energy based directly upon the dynamical properties of t … - Gravitational effects of disformal couplings

Author(s): Philippe Brax and Anne-Christine DavisWe consider how a nearly massless scalar field conformally and disformally coupled to matter can affect the dynamics of gravitationally interacting bod … - Geometric horizons in the Kastor-Traschen multi-black-hole solutions

Author(s): David McNutt and Alan ColeyWe investigate the existence of invariantly defined quasilocal hypersurfaces in the Kastor-Traschen solution containing $N$ charge-equal-to-mass black holes. Thes … - Dynamical formation of Proca stars and quasistationary solitonic objects

Author(s): Fabrizio Di Giovanni, Nicolas Sanchis-Gual, Carlos A. R. Herdeiro, and José A. FontWe perform fully nonlinear numerical simulations within the spherically symmetric Einstein-(complex)-Proca … - Big-bang nucleosynthesis and cosmic microwave background constraints on nonminimally coupled theories of gravity

Author(s): R. P. L. Azevedo and P. P. AvelinoIn this paper, we show that the baryon-to-photon ratio $η$ is in general not conserved before decoupling in nonminimally coupled theories of gravity. We us … - Einstein-Cartan-Dirac equations in the Newman-Penrose formalism

Author(s): Swanand Khanapurkar, Abhinav Varma, Nehal Mittal, Navya Gupta, and Tejinder P. SinghWe formulate the Einstein-Cartan-Dirac equations in the Newman-Penrose (NP) formalism, thereby presenting … - Compact stars in $f(T)$ extended theory of gravity

Author(s): Saša Ilijić and Marko SossichWe consider static spherically symmetric self-gravitating configurations of the perfect fluid within the framework of the torsion-based extended theory of gravi … - Weak field limit of infinite derivative gravity

Author(s): Ercan KilicarslanA form of infinite derivative gravity is free from ghostlike instabilities with improved small scale behavior. In this theory, we calculate the tree-level scattering amplit … - Acoustic analog of gravitational wave

Author(s): Satadal DattaWe explore nonlinear perturbations in different static fluid systems. We find that the equations, corresponding to the perturbation of the integrals of motion, i.e., Bernoulli’ … - Scheme invariants in ${ϕ}^{4}$ theory in four dimensions

Author(s): I. Jack and C. PooleWe provide an analysis of the structure of renormalization scheme invariants for the case of ${ϕ}^{4}$ theory, relevant in four dimensions. We give a complete discussion … - Supersymmetric construction of self-consistent condensates in the large $N$ Gross-Neveu model: Solitons on finite-gap potentials

Author(s): Adrián ArancibiaIn the present work, the set of stationary solutions of the Gross-Neveu model in the ’t Hooft limit is extended. Such an extension is obtained by striving for a hidden super … - Revealing the interior of black holes out of equilibrium in the Sachdev-Ye-Kitaev model

Author(s): Ram Brustein and Yoav ZigdonThe Sachdev-Ye-Kitaev (SYK) model can be used to describe black holes (BHs) in two-dimensional nearly anti–de Sitter gravity. We show that when such BHs are pert … - Canonical formalism of nonrelativistic theories coupled to Newton-Cartan gravity

Author(s): Josef KlusoňIn this paper we perform a canonical analysis of the Schrödinger field and nonrelativistic electrodynamics coupled to Newton-Cartan gravity. We identify physical degrees of free … - Holographic gauged NJL model: The conformal window and ideal walking

Author(s): Kazem Bitaghsir Fadafan, Will Clemens, and Nick EvansWe study the holographic dynamic anti-de Sitter/QCD description of a $\mathrm{SU}({N}_{c})$ non-Abelian gauge theory with ${N}_{f}$ ferm … - Relaxation times for chiral transport phenomena and spin polarization in a strongly coupled plasma

Author(s): Shiyong Li and Ho-Ung YeeWe compute the dynamical relaxation times for chiral transport phenomena in a strongly coupled regime using the $\mathrm{AdS}/\mathrm{CFT}$ correspondence. These re … - Transport coefficients of leptons in superconducting neutron star cores

Author(s): P. S. ShterninI consider the thermal conductivity and shear viscosity of leptons (electrons and muons) in the nucleon neutron star cores where protons are in the superconducting state. I re … - Primordial black hole production in inflationary models of supergravity with a single chiral superfield

Author(s): Tie-Jun Gao and Zong-Kuan GuoWe propose a double inflection points inflationary model in supergravity with a single chiral superfield. Such a model allows for the generation of primordial b … - Effective acoustic geometry for relativistic viscous fluids

Author(s): E. Bittencourt, V. A. De Lorenci, R. Klippert, and L. S. RuizWe employ the Hadamard-Papapetrou method of field discontinuities to determine the effective metric that describes the propagati … - Mass hierarchies and dynamical field range

Author(s): Aitor Landete and Gary ShiuSeveral swampland conjectures suggest that there is a critical field range beyond which the effective field theory (EFT) description breaks down in quantum gravit … - ${χ}_{\mathrm{top}}(T≫{T}_{\mathrm{c}})$ in pure-glue QCD through reweighting

Author(s): P. Thomas Jahn, Guy D. Moore, and Daniel RobainaWe calculate the topological susceptibility at $2.5\text{ }\text{ }{T}_{\mathrm{c}}$ and $4.1\text{ }\text{ }{T}_{\mathrm{c}}$ in SU(3) pure … - QCD thermodynamics from lattice calculations with nonequilibrium methods: The SU(3) equation of state

Author(s): Michele Caselle, Alessandro Nada, and Marco PaneroA precise lattice determination of the equation of state in SU(3) Yang-Mills theory is carried out by means of a simulation algorithm, base … - Spin polarized nonrelativistic fermions in $1+1$ dimensions

Author(s): Andrei Alexandru, Paulo F. Bedaque, and Neill C. WarringtonWe study by Monte Carlo methods the thermodynamics of a spin polarized gas of nonrelativistic fermions in $1+1$ dimensions. The ma … - Flavor-specific scalar mediators

Author(s): Brian Batell, Ayres Freitas, Ahmed Ismail, and David McKeenNew singlet scalar bosons have broad phenomenological utility and feature prominently in many extensions of the standard model. Su … - Examining the origin of dark matter mass at colliders

Author(s): Minho Kim, Hye-Sung Lee, Myeonghun Park, and Mengchao ZhangAs conventional dark matter scenarios have been probed extensively so far, the physics of a light dark matter charged under a new … - Three-loop neutrino masses via new massive gauge bosons from ${E}_{6}$ GUT

Author(s): Bhaskar Dutta, Sumit Ghosh, Ilia Gogoladze, and Tianjun LiWe propose a $SU(3{)}_{C}×SU(2{)}_{L}×SU(2{)}_{N}×U(1{)}_{Y}$ model arising from ${E}_{6}$ grand unified theory. We show that the t … - Neutrinoless double beta decay and the baryon asymmetry of the Universe

Author(s): Frank F. Deppisch, Lukas Graf, Julia Harz, and Wei-Chih HuangWe discuss the impact of the observation of neutrinoless double beta decay on the washout of lepton number in the early universe … - Measurement of cosmic-ray electrons at TeV energies by VERITAS

Author(s): A. Archer et al. (The VERITAS Collaboration)Cosmic-ray electrons and positrons (CREs) at GeV-TeV energies are a unique probe of our local Galactic neighborhood. CREs lose energy rapidly via … - A semicoherent glitch-robust continuous-gravitational-wave search method

Author(s): G. Ashton, R. Prix, and D. I. JonesIsolated nonaxisymmetric rotating neutron stars producing continuous-gravitational-wave signals may undergo occasional spin-up events known as glitches. I … - Effective $J$-factor of the Galactic Center for velocity-dependent dark matter annihilation

Author(s): Kimberly K. Boddy, Jason Kumar, and Louis E. StrigariWe present the effective $J$-factors for the Milky Way for scenarios in which dark matter annihilation is $p$-wave or $d$-wave suppresse … - Model-independent diagnostic of self-induced spectral equalization versus ordinary matter effects in supernova neutrinos

Author(s): Francesco Capozzi, Basudeb Dasgupta, and Alessandro MirizziSelf-induced flavor conversions near the supernova (SN) core can make the fluxes for different neutrino species become almost equa … - Nuclear processes in other universes: Varying the strength of the weak force

Author(s): Alex R. Howe, Evan Grohs, and Fred C. AdamsMotivated by the possibility that the laws of physics could be different in other regions of space-time, we consider nuclear processes in universe … - Topological pseudodefects of a supersymmetric $SO\mathbf{(}10\mathbf{)}$ model and cosmology

Author(s): Ila Garg and Urjit A. YajnikObtaining realistic supersymmetry preserving vacua in the minimal renormalizable supersymmetric $Spin(10)$ GUT model introduces considerations of the nontrivial … - Searching for decaying and annihilating dark matter with line intensity mapping

Author(s): Cyril Creque-Sarbinowski and Marc KamionkowskiThe purpose of line-intensity mapping (IM), an emerging tool for extragalactic astronomy and cosmology, is to measure the integrated emission a … - Measuring the duration of inflation with the curvaton

Author(s): Jesús Torrado, Christian T. Byrnes, Robert J. Hardwick, Vincent Vennin, and David WandsSimple models of single-field inflation in the very early universe can generate the observed amplitude … - Traversable wormholes sustained by an extra spatial dimension

Author(s): Peter K. F. KuhfittigThis paper explores the effect of an extra spatial dimension on a Morris-Thorne wormhole. After proposing a suitable model, it is shown that under certain conditions, t … - Search for the process ${e}^{+}{e}^{−}→η$

Author(s): M. N. Achasov et al.A search for the rare decay $η→{e}^{+}{e}^{−}$ is performed using the inverse process ${e}^{+}{e}^{−}→η$ in the decay mode $η→{π}^{0}{π}^{0}{π}^{0}$. We analyze data wit … - Coherency and incoherency in neutrino-nucleus elastic and inelastic scattering

Author(s): Vadim A. Bednyakov and Dmitry V. NaumovNeutrino-nucleus scattering $νA→νA$, in which the nucleus conserves its integrity, is considered. Our consideration follows a microscopic description … - Threshold resummation of the rapidity distribution for Drell-Yan production at $\mathrm{NNLO}+\text{NNLL}$

Author(s): Pulak Banerjee, Goutam Das, Prasanna K. Dhani, and V. RavindranWe consider the production of pairs of lepton through the Drell-Yan process at the LHC and present the most accurate predictio … - Proton tensor charges from a Poincaré-covariant Faddeev equation

Author(s): Qing-Wu Wang, Si-Xue Qin, Craig D. Roberts, and Sebastian M. SchmidtThe proton’s tensor charges are calculated at leading order in a symmetry-preserving truncation of all matter-sector equa … - Relaxion measure problem

Author(s): Rick S. GuptaWe examine the necessity of requiring that relaxion dynamics is dominated by classical slow roll and not quantum fluctuations. It has been recently proposed by Nelson and Presc … - Impact of vector new physics couplings on ${B}_{s}→(K,{K}^{*})τν$ and $B→πτν$ decays

Author(s): N Rajeev and Rupak DuttaExperimental measurements of ${R}_{D}$, ${R}_{{D}^{*}}$ and ${R}_{J/\mathrm{Ψ}}$ in $B→(D,{D}^{*})lν$ and ${B}_{c}→J/\mathrm{Ψ}lν$ decays mediated via $b→clν$ charge … - Predictive neutrino mass textures with origin of flavor symmetries

Author(s): Tatsuo Kobayashi, Takaaki Nomura, and Hiroshi OkadaWe investigate origins of predictive one-zero neutrino mass textures in a systematic way. Here, we search Abelian continuous(discrete) glo … - Renormalization-scheme variation of a QCD perturbation expansion with tamed large-order behavior

Author(s): Irinel CapriniThe renormalization-scheme and scale dependence of the truncated QCD perturbative expansions is one of the main sources of theoretical error of the standard model predictions, … - From divergent perturbation theory to an exponentially convergent self-consistent expansion

Author(s): Benjamin Remez and Moshe GoldsteinFor many nonlinear physical systems, approximate solutions are pursued by conventional perturbation theory in powers of the nonlinear terms. Unfortunately, … - Erratum: Chromopolarizabilities of a heavy quark at weak coupling [Phys. Rev. D 97, 016012 (2018)]

Author(s): Daniel Moreno and Antonio Pineda[Phys. Rev. D 98, 059902] Published Wed Sep 19, 2018 - Spin Hall effect of gravitational waves

Author(s): Naoki YamamotoGravitons possess a Berry curvature due to their helicity. We derive the semiclassical equations of motion for gravitons taking into account the Berry curvature. We show that … - Constraints on the box-shaped cosmic ray electron feature from dark matter annihilation with the AMS-02 and DAMPE data

Author(s): Lei Zu, Cun Zhang, Lei Feng, Qiang Yuan, and Yi-Zhong FanPrecise measurements of spectra of cosmic ray electrons and positrons can effectively probe the nature of dark matter (DM) particles … - Cosmological implications of scale-independent energy-momentum squared gravity: Pseudo nonminimal interactions in dark matter and relativistic relics

Author(s): Özgür Akarsu, Nihan Katırcı, Suresh Kumar, Rafael C. Nunes, and M. SamiIn this paper, we introduce a scale-independent energy-momentum squared gravity (EMSG) that allows different gravitati … - Gravitational self-force corrections to tidal invariants for particles on circular orbits in a Kerr spacetime

Author(s): Donato Bini and Andrea GeralicoWe generalize to the Kerr spacetime existing self-force results on tidal invariants for particles moving along circular orbits around a Schwarzschild black ho … - Worldline formalism in Snyder spaces

Author(s): S. A. Franchino-Viñas and S. MignemiWe study the ${ϕ}_{⋆}^{4}$ model for a scalar field in a linearization of the Snyder model, using the methods of the worldline formalism. Our main result … - Separate universe framework in group field theory condensate cosmology

Author(s): Florian Gerhardt, Daniele Oriti, and Edward Wilson-EwingWe use the separate universe framework to study cosmological perturbations within the group field theory formalism for quantum gravit … - Measurements of Higgs boson properties in the diphoton decay channel with $36\text{ }\text{ }{\mathrm{fb}}^{−1}$ of $pp$ collision data at $\sqrt{s}=13\text{ }\text{ }\mathrm{TeV}$ with the ATLAS detector

Author(s): M. Aaboud et al. (ATLAS Collaboration)Properties of the Higgs boson are measured in the two-photon final state using $36.1\text{ }\text{ }{\mathrm{fb}}^{−1}$ of proton–proton collision data … - Quarkonium radiative decays from the hadronic Paschen-Back effect

Author(s): Sachio Iwasaki and Kei SuzukiWe study the radiative (E1 and M1) decays of P-wave quarkonia in a strong magnetic field based on the Lagrangian of potential nonrelativistic QCD. To investigat … - Color screening in ($2+1$)-flavor QCD

Author(s): A. Bazavov, N. Brambilla, P. Petreczky, A. Vairo, and J. H. Weber (TUMQCD Collaboration)We study correlation functions of spatially separated static quark-antiquark pairs in ($2+1$)-flavor … - Axionlike particles at FASER: The LHC as a photon beam dump

Author(s): Jonathan L. Feng, Iftah Galon, Felix Kling, and Sebastian TrojanowskiThe goal of ForwArd Search ExpeRiment (FASER) at the LHC is to discover light, weakly interacting particles with a small … - Local scale-invariance breaking in the standard model by two-measure theory

Author(s): Eduardo I. Guendelman, Hitoshi Nishino, and Subhash RajpootWe introduce Weyl’s scale invariance as additional local symmetry in the standard model of electroweak interactions. Under this, t … - Constraints on long-lived, higher-spin particles from the galaxy bispectrum

Author(s): Azadeh Moradinezhad Dizgah, Gabriele Franciolini, Alex Kehagias, and Antonio RiottoThe presence of massive particles with spin during inflation induces distinct signatures on correlation fu … - Dual spacetime and nonsingular string cosmology

Author(s): Robert Brandenberger, Renato Costa, Guilherme Franzmann, and Amanda WeltmanMaking use of the T-duality symmetry of superstring theory and of the double geometry from double field theory, we … - Probing gravitational wave polarizations with Advanced LIGO, Advanced Virgo, and KAGRA

Author(s): Yuki Hagihara, Naoya Era, Daisuke Iikawa, and Hideki AsadaAssuming that, for a given source of gravitational waves (GWs), we know its sky position, as is the case for GW events with an elec … - Black hole binaries: Ergoregions, photon surfaces, wave scattering, and quasinormal modes

Author(s): Thiago Assumpção, Vitor Cardoso, Akihiro Ishibashi, Maurício Richartz, and Miguel ZilhãoClosed photon orbits around isolated black holes are related to important aspects of black hole physi … - Vector disformal transformation of generalized Proca theory

Author(s): Guillem Domènech, Shinji Mukohyama, Ryo Namba, and Vassilis PapadopoulosMotivated by the GW170817/GRB170817A constraint on the deviation of the speed of gravitational waves from that of pho … - New scaling solutions in cubic Horndeski theories

Author(s): Inês S. Albuquerque, Noemi Frusciante, Nelson J. Nunes, and Shinji TsujikawaWe propose a viable dark energy scenario in the presence of cubic Horndeski interactions and a standard scalar-fi … - Twisted gravitational waves of Petrov type $D$

Author(s): Kjell Rosquist, Donato Bini, and Bahram MashhoonTwisted gravitational waves (TGWs) are nonplanar unidirectional Ricci-flat solutions of general relativity. Thus far only TGWs of Petrov type … - Geometry and entanglement entropy of surfaces in loop quantum gravity

Author(s): David Grüber, Hanno Sahlmann, and Thomas ZilkerIn loop quantum gravity, the area element of embedded spatial surfaces is given by a well-defined operator. We further characterize the quanti … - Holographic description of color superconductivity

Author(s): Kazem Bitaghsir Fadafan, Jesus Cruz Rojas, and Nick EvansThe difficulty of describing the gauge dependent biquark condensate in the QCD color superconducting phase has made it hard to const … - How does relativistic kinetic theory remember about initial conditions?

Author(s): Michal P. Heller and Viktor SvenssonUnderstanding hydrodynamization in microscopic models of heavy-ion collisions has been an important topic in current research. Many lessons obtained with … - Curvature of the pseudocritical line in QCD: Taylor expansion matches analytic continuation

Author(s): Claudio Bonati, Massimo D’Elia, Francesco Negro, Francesco Sanfilippo, and Kevin ZambelloWe determine the curvature of the pseudocritical line of ${N}_{f}=2+1$ QCD with physical quark masse … - Quantum interference among heavy NMSSM Higgs bosons

Author(s): Biswaranjan Das, Stefano Moretti, Shoaib Munir, and Poulose PouloseIn the next-to-minimal supersymmetric standard model (NMSSM), it is possible to have strong mass degeneracies between the … - Hadronic molecular assignment for the newly observed ${\mathrm{Ω}}^{*}$ state

Author(s): Yong-Hui Lin and Bing-Song ZouVery recently, a new ${\mathrm{Ω}}^{*}$ state was reported by the Belle Collaboration, with its mass of $2012.4±0.7(\text{stat})±0.6(\text{syst})\text{ }\text{ … - Closing the gap on ${R}_{{D}^{*}}$ by including longitudinal effects

Author(s): J. E. Chavez-Saab and Genaro ToledoMeasurements of the ${R}_{{D}^{*}}≡\mathrm{Br}(B→τν{D}^{*})/\mathrm{Br}(B→eν{D}^{*})$ parameter remain in tension with the standard model prediction, desp … - New perspective on the Unruh effect

Author(s): J. A. RosabalIn this work, based on the worldline path integral representation of the vacuum energy in spacetime with a Lorentzian metric, we provide a new but complementary interpretation … - Collisions of cosmic strings with chiral currents

Author(s): I. Yu. Rybak, A. Avgoustidis, and C. J. A. P. MartinsWe present an analytic study of cosmic superconducting chiral string collisions in Minkowski space, applying the kinematic constraints t … - Perturbative and nonperturbative fermionic quasinormal modes of Einstein-Gauss-Bonnet-AdS black holes

Author(s): P. A. González, Yerko Vásquez, and Ruth Noemí VillalobosIn this work, we present the quasinormal modes of a fermionic field in the background of Gauss–Bonnet–AdS black holes. We find exact … - Gravitational-wave memory: Waveforms and phenomenology

Author(s): Colm Talbot, Eric Thrane, Paul D. Lasky, and Fuhui LinThe nonlinear gravitational-wave memory effect is a prediction of general relativity in which test masses are permanently displaced by … - Center-of-mass angular momentum and memory effect in asymptotically flat spacetimes

Author(s): David A. NicholsGravitational-wave (GW) memory effects are constant changes in the GW strain and its time integrals, which are closely connected to changes in the charges that characterize … - Wormholes with nonexotic matter in Born-Infeld gravity

Author(s): Rajibul ShaikhWe show that, in contrast to general relativity, in Eddington-inspired Born-Infeld gravity (EiBI), a violation of the null convergence condition does not necessarily lead to a … - Spinning-charged-hairy black holes in 5D Einstein gravity

Author(s): Y. Brihaye and L. DucobuThe spinning-hairy black holes that occur in Einstein’s gravity, supplemented by a doublet of complex scalar fields, are constructed within an extension of the model … - Revisiting heavy quark radiative energy loss in nuclei within the high-twist approach

Author(s): Yi-Lun Du, Yayun He, Xin-Nian Wang, Hongxi Xing, and Hong-Shi ZongWe revisit the calculation of multiple parton scattering of a heavy quark in nuclei within the framework of recently improv … - QCD phase diagram in a magnetic background for different values of the pion mass

Author(s): Massimo D’Elia, Floriano Manigrasso, Francesco Negro, and Francesco SanfilippoWe investigate the behavior of the pseudocritical temperature of ${N}_{f}=2+1$ QCD as a function of a static ma … - How to prove that a ${\overline{)\mathrm{E}}}_{T}$ excess at the LHC is not due to dark matter

Author(s): Doojin Kim and Konstantin T. MatchevIf the LHC is able to produce dark matter particles, they would appear at the end of cascade decay chains, manifesting themselves as missing transverse e … - Realistic tribimaximal neutrino mixing

Author(s): Peng Chen, Salvador Centelles Chuliá, Gui-Jun Ding, Rahul Srivastava, and José W. F. ValleWe propose a generalized version of the tribimaximal (TBM) ansatz for lepton mixing, leading to a n … - Diffraction at a time grating in electron-positron pair creation from the vacuum

Author(s): J. Z. Kamiński, M. Twardy, and K. KrajewskaThe Sauter-Schwinger process of electron-positron pair creation from the vacuum, driven by a sequence of time-dependent electric-field pulses, is …