- Observation of the doubly radiative decay η^{′}→γγπ^{0}

Author(s): M. Ablikim et al. (BESIII Collaboration)Based on a sample of 1.31 billion J/ψ events collected with the BESIII detector, we report the study of the doubly radiative decay η^{′}→γγπ^{0} for … - Leading twist generalized parton distributions and spin densities in a proton

Author(s): Tanmay Maji, Chandan Mondal, and Dipankar ChakrabartiWe evaluate both chirally even and odd generalized parton distributions (GPDs) in the leading twist in a recently proposed quark-diquark … - Light cone distribution amplitudes of excited p-wave heavy quarkonia at leading twist

Author(s): M. A. Olpak, A. Ozpineci, and V. TanriverdiLeading twist light cone distribution amplitudes (LCDAs) are key ingredients in calculating various hadronic amplitudes using light cone QCD sum r … - Baryon number fluctuations in chiral effective models and their phenomenological implications

Author(s): Gábor András Almási, Bengt Friman, and Krzysztof RedlichWe study the critical properties of net-baryon-number fluctuations at the chiral restoration transition in a medium at finite tempera … - Large scalar multiplet dark matter in the high-mass region

Author(s): Heather E. Logan and Terry PilkingtonWe study two models of scalar dark matter from “large” electroweak multiplets with isospin 5/2 (n=6 members) and 7/2 (n=8), whose scalar potentials pres … - Baryogenesis from L-violating Higgs-doublet decay in the density-matrix formalism

Author(s): Thomas Hambye and Daniele TeresiWe compute in the density-matrix formalism the baryon asymmetry generated by the decay of the Higgs doublet into a right-handed (RH) neutrino and a Standard … - Vectorlike leptons: Muon g−2 anomaly, lepton flavor violation, Higgs boson decays, and lepton nonuniversality

Author(s): Zijie Poh and Stuart RabyIn this paper, we consider the Standard Model (SM) with one family of vectorlike (VL) leptons, which couple to all three families of the SM leptons. We study the co … - Probing extra Yukawa couplings by precision measurements of Higgs boson properties

Author(s): Wei-Shu Hou and Mariko KikuchiIf one removes any ad hoc symmetry assumptions, the general two-Higgs-doublet model should have additional Yukawa interactions independent from fermion mass ge … - New physics in b→sμ^{+}μ^{−}: Distinguishing models through CP-violating effects

Author(s): Ashutosh Kumar Alok, Bhubanjyoti Bhattacharya, Dinesh Kumar, Jacky Kumar, David London, and S. Uma SankarAt present, there are several measurements of B decays that exhibit discrepancies wi … - Meson-baryon scattering to one-loop order in heavy baryon chiral perturbation theory

Author(s): Bo-Lin Huang, Jin-Sheng Zhang, Yun-De Li, and Norbert KaiserWe calculate the T-matrices of pseudoscalar meson octet-baryon scattering to one-loop order in SU(3) heavy baryon chiral perturba … - Quarkonium as a relativistic bound state on the light front

Author(s): Yang Li, Pieter Maris, and James P. VaryWe study charmonium and bottomonium as relativistic bound states in a light-front quantized Hamiltonian formalism. The effective Hamiltonian is based … - Enhancing dark matter annihilation rates with dark bremsstrahlung

Author(s): Nicole F. Bell, Yi Cai, James B. Dent, Rebecca K. Leane, and Thomas J. WeilerMany dark matter interaction types lead to annihilation processes which suffer from p-wave suppression or helici … - Determining the population properties of spinning black holes

Author(s): Colm Talbot and Eric ThraneThere are at least two formation scenarios consistent with the first gravitational-wave observations of binary black hole mergers. In field models, black hole bin … - Nonlinear resonant oscillation of gravitational potential induced by ultralight axion in f(R) gravity

Author(s): Arata Aoki and Jiro SodaWe study the ultralight axion dark matter with mass around 10^{−22} eV in f(R) gravity which might resolve the dark energy problem. In particular, we focus on the f … - Non-Gaussian and loop effects of inflationary correlation functions in BRST formalism

Author(s): Hiroyuki Kitamoto, Yoshihisa Kitazawa, and Ryota KojimaWe investigate inflationary correlation functions in single-field inflation models. We adopt a BRST formalism where locality and covar … - Einstein equation from covariant loop quantum gravity in semiclassical continuum limit

Author(s): Muxin HanIn this paper we explain how four-dimensional general relativity and, in particular, the Einstein equation, emerge from the spin-foam amplitude in loop quantum gravity. We propose … - Physical properties of a source of the Kerr metric: Bound on the surface gravitational potential and conditions for the fragmentation

Author(s): L. Herrera and J. L. Hernandez-PastoraWe investigate some important physical aspects of a recently presented interior solution for the Kerr metric. It is shown that, as in the spherically s … - Self-gravitating black hole scalar wigs

Author(s): Juan Barranco, Argelia Bernal, Juan Carlos Degollado, Alberto Diez-Tejedor, Miguel Megevand, Darío Núñez, and Olivier SarbachIt has long been known that no static, spherically symmetric, as … - Born-Infeld gravity with a Brans-Dicke scalar

Author(s): Soumya Jana and Sayan KarRecently proposed Born-Infeld (BI) theories of gravity assume a constant BI parameter (κ). However, no clear consensus exists on the sign and value of κ. Recalling … - Higher dimensional higher derivative ϕ^{4} theory

Author(s): J. A. Gracey and R. M. SimmsWe construct several towers of scalar quantum field theories with an O(N) symmetry which have higher derivative kinetic terms. The Lagrangians in each tower are … - Nonthermal signature of the Unruh effect in field mixing

Author(s): M. Blasone, G. Lambiase, and G. G. LucianoMixing transformations for a uniformly accelerated observer (Rindler observer) are analyzed within the quantum field theory framework as a basis fo … - Search for supersymmetry in the all-hadronic final state using top quark tagging in pp collisions at sqrt[s]=13 TeV

Author(s): V. Khachatryan et al. (CMS Collaboration)A search is presented for supersymmetry in all-hadronic events with missing transverse momentum and tagged top quarks. The data sample was collected … - Prompt photon yield and elliptic flow from gluon fusion induced by magnetic fields in relativistic heavy-ion collisions

Author(s): Alejandro Ayala, Jorge David Castaño-Yepes, C. A. Dominguez, L. A. Hernández, Saúl Hernández-Ortiz, and María Elena Tejeda-YeomansWe compute photon production at early times in semicentral … - Interpretation of the newly observed Ω_{c}^{0} resonances

Author(s): Wei Wang and Rui-Lin ZhuWe study the charmed and bottomed doubly strange baryons within the heavy-quark-light-diquark framework. The two strange quarks are assumed to lie in S wave and thus … - Polyakov loop correlator in perturbation theory

Author(s): Matthias Berwein, Nora Brambilla, Péter Petreczky, and Antonio VairoWe study the Polyakov loop correlator in the weak coupling expansion and show how the perturbative series reexponentiates … - Extraction of heavy-quark-expansion parameters from unquenched lattice data on pseudoscalar and vector heavy-light meson masses

Author(s): P. Gambino, A. Melis, and S. SimulaWe present a precise lattice computation of pseudoscalar and vector heavy-light meson masses for heavy-quark masses ranging from the physical charm mass u … - Ideal walking dynamics via a gauged NJL model

Author(s): Jarno Rantaharju, Claudio Pica, and Francesco SanninoAccording to the ideal walking technicolor paradigm, large mass anomalous dimensions arise in gauged Nambu–Jona-Lasinio (NJL) models whe … - Constraining the monochromatic gamma-rays from dark matter annihilation by the LHC

Author(s): Arman Esmaili, Sara Khatibi, and Mojtaba Mohammadi NajafabadiThe installation of forward detectors in CMS and ATLAS turn the LHC into an effective photon-photon collider. The elastic scatte … - Direct bounds on heavy toplike quarks with standard and exotic decays

Author(s): Mikael ChalaHeavy vectorlike quarks with electric charge Q=2/3 (also called heavy tops) appear naturally in many extensions of the Standard Model. Although these typically predict the exist … - Study of the DKK and DKK[over ¯] systems

Author(s): V. R. Debastiani, J. M. Dias, and E. OsetUsing the fixed center approximation to Faddeev equations, we investigate the DKK and DKK[over ¯] three-body systems, considering that the DK dynami … - Cut moments approach in the analysis of DIS data

Author(s): D. Kotlorz, S. V. Mikhailov, O. V. Teryaev, and A. KotlorzWe review the main results on the generalization of the DGLAP evolution equations within the cut Mellin moments (CMM) approach, whi … - Boost invariant formulation of the chiral kinetic theory

Author(s): Shu Ebihara, Kenji Fukushima, and Shi PuWe formulate the chiral kinetic equation with the longitudinal boost invariance. We particularly focus on the physical interpretation of the particle … - Semileptonic B_{(s)}→α_{1}(K_{1})ℓ^{+}ℓ^{−} decays via the light-cone sum rules with B-meson distribution amplitudes

Author(s): S. Momeni and R. KhosraviThe form factors of semileptonic B_{(s)}→a_{1}(K_{1})ℓ^{+}ℓ^{−}, ℓ=τ, μ, e transitions are investigated in the framework of the light-cone sum rules with B-meson di … - Anomalous transport and generalized axial charge

Author(s): Vladimir P. Kirilin and Andrey V. SadofyevIn this paper we continue studying the modification of the axial charge in chiral media by macroscopic helicities. Recently it was shown that magne … - Viscous conformal gauge theories

Author(s): Arianna Toniato, Francesco Sannino, and Dirk H. RischkeWe present the conformal behavior of the shear viscosity-to-entropy density ratio and the fermion-number diffusion coefficient within … - Search for WIMP inelastic scattering off xenon nuclei with XENON100

Author(s): E. Aprile et al. (XENON Collaboration)We present the first constraints on the spin-dependent, inelastic scattering cross section of weakly interacting massive particles (WIMPs) on nucleons … - Decoherence as a way to measure extremely soft collisions with dark matter

Author(s): C. Jess Riedel and Itay YavinA new frontier in the search for dark matter (DM) is based on the idea of detecting the decoherence caused by DM scattering against a mesoscopic superposition o … - Central accumulation of magnetic flux in massive Seyfert galaxies as a possible engine to trigger ultrahigh energy cosmic rays

Author(s): R. C. Anjos and C. H. Coimbra-AraújoIn the present paper we investigate the production of ultrahigh energy cosmic rays (UHECRs) from Seyferts. We discuss the UHECR luminosities obtained by … - Implications of strong intergalactic magnetic fields for ultrahigh-energy cosmic-ray astronomy

Author(s): Rafael Alves Batista, Min-Su Shin, Julien Devriendt, Dmitri Semikoz, and Guenter SiglWe study the propagation of ultrahigh-energy cosmic rays in the magnetized cosmic web. We focus on the p … - Bianchi type I anisotropic power-law solutions for the Galileon models

Author(s): Tuan Q. Do and W. F. KaoWe will study the cosmological solutions of a class of Galileon models. A special class of the Bianchi type I power-law solutions will be presented in this paper. We … - Axion excursions of the landscape during inflation

Author(s): Gonzalo A. Palma and Walter RiquelmeBecause of their quantum fluctuations, axion fields had a chance to experience field excursions traversing many minima of their potentials during inflati … - Stability of the Einstein static universe in Eddington-inspired Born-Infeld theory

Author(s): Shou-Long Li and Hao WeiBy considering the realization of the emergent universe scenario in Eddington-inspired Born-Infeld (EiBI) theory, we study the stability of the Einstein static unive … - Cosmological discordances: A new measure, marginalization effects, and application to geometry versus growth current data sets

Author(s): Weikang Lin and Mustapha IshakThe continuous progress toward more precise cosmological surveys and experiments has galvanized recent interest into consistency tests on cosmological paramete … - Gravitational wave bursts from cosmic string cusps and pseudocusps

Author(s): Matthew J. Stott, Thomas Elghozi, and Mairi SakellariadouWe study the relative contribution of cusps and pseudocusps, on cosmic (super)strings, to the emitted bursts of gravitational waves. … - Averaging Schwarzschild spacetime

Author(s): S. Ph. Tegai and I. V. DrobovWe tried to average the Schwarzschild solution for the gravitational point source by analogy with the same problem in Newtonian gravity or electrostatics. We ex … - Particle collision with an arbitrarily high center-of-mass energy near a Bañados-Teitelboim-Zanelli black hole

Author(s): Naoki Tsukamoto, Kota Ogasawara, and Yungui Gong (龚云贵)We consider a particle collision with a high center-of-mass energy near a Bañados-Teitelboim-Zanelli (BTZ) black hole. We obtain the ce … - Last stable orbit around rapidly rotating neutron stars

Author(s): F. Cipolletta, C. Cherubini, S. Filippi, J. A. Rueda, and R. RuffiniWe compute the binding energy and angular momentum of a test particle at the last stable circular orbit (LSO) on the equa … - Topologically nontrivial configurations in the 4d Einstein-nonlinear σ-model system

Author(s): Fabrizio Canfora, Nikolaos Dimakis, and Andronikos PaliathanasisWe construct exact, regular and topologically nontrivial configurations of the coupled Einstein-nonlinear sigma model in (3+1 … - Kähler moduli stabilization in semirealistic magnetized orbifold models

Author(s): Hiroyuki Abe, Tatsuo Kobayashi, Keigo Sumita, and Shohei UemuraWe study Kähler moduli stabilizations in semirealistic magnetized D-brane models based on Z_{2}×Z_{2}^{′} toroidal orbifolds. … - Analysis of D^{+}→K[over ¯]^{0}e^{+}ν_{e} and D^{+}→π^{0}e^{+}ν_{e} semileptonic decays

Author(s): M. Ablikim et al. (BESIII Collaboration)Using 2.93 fb^{−1} of data taken at 3.773 GeV with the BESIII detector operated at the BEPCII collider, we study the semileptonic decays D^{+}→K[ove ... - Search for nucleon decay into charged antilepton plus meson in 0.316 megaton·years exposure of the Super-Kamiokande water Cherenkov detector

Author(s): K. Abe et al. (The Super-Kamiokande Collaboration)We have searched for proton decays into a charged antilepton (e^{+}, μ^{+}) plus a meson (η, ρ^{0}, ω) and for neutron decays into a charge ... - Kinetic description of Bose-Einstein condensation with test particle simulations

Author(s): Kai Zhou, Zhe Xu, Pengfei Zhuang, and Carsten GreinerWe present a kinetic description of Bose-Einstein condensation for particle systems being out of thermal equilibrium, which may happen f ... - Electromagnetic decays of the neutral pion

Author(s): Esther Weil, Gernot Eichmann, Christian S. Fischer, and Richard WilliamsWe complement studies of the neutral pion transition form factor π^{0}→γ^{(*)}γ^{(*)} with calculations for the elect ... - Narrow exotic tetraquark mesons in large-N_{c} QCD

Author(s): Wolfgang Lucha, Dmitri Melikhov, and Hagop SazdjianDiscussing four-point Green functions of bilinear quark currents in large-N_{c} QCD, we formulate rigorous criteria for selecting diagrams ... - Hadronic vacuum polarization in QCD and its evaluation in Euclidean spacetime

Author(s): Eduardo de RafaelWe discuss a new technique to evaluate integrals of QCD Green’s functions in the Euclidean based on their Mellin-Barnes representation. We present as a first application th ... - Searching for signatures of E_{6}

Author(s): Aniket Joglekar and Jonathan L. RosnerThe grand unified group E_{6} is a predictive scheme for physics beyond the standard model (SM). It offers the possibility of extra Z bosons, new vecto ... - Probing sub-GeV dark sectors via high energy proton beams at LBNF/DUNE and MiniBooNE

Author(s): Claudia FrugiueleWe study the sensitivity to sub-GeV dark sectors of high energy (≥100 GeV) proton fixed target experiments such as the Main Injector and the future Long-Baseline Neutrino ... - Pulse shape optimization for electron-positron production in rotating fields

Author(s): François Fillion-Gourdeau, Florian Hebenstreit, Denis Gagnon, and Steve MacLeanWe optimize the pulse shape and polarization of time-dependent electric fields to maximize the production of e ... - Inhomogeneous chiral condensate in the quark-meson model

Author(s): Prabal Adhikari, Jens O. Andersen, and Patrick KneschkeThe two-flavor quark-meson model is used as a low-energy effective model for QCD to study inhomogeneous chiral condensates at finite b ... - Decay D→K^{(*)}ℓ^{+}ν_{ℓ} in covariant quark model

Author(s): N. R. Soni and J. N. PandyaWe study the leptonic and semileptonic D-meson decays (D→ℓ^{+}ν_{ℓ} and D→K^{(*)}ℓ^{+}ν_{ℓ}) in the framework of covariant quark model with built-in infrared conf ... - Excesses of cosmic ray spectra from a single nearby source

Author(s): Wei Liu, Xiao-Jun Bi, Su-Jie Lin, Bing-Bing Wang, and Peng-Fei YinGrowing evidence reveals universal hardening on various cosmic ray spectra, e.g., proton, positron, as well as antiproton f ... - GR effects in supernova neutrino flavor transformations

Author(s): Yue Yang and James P. KnellerThe strong gravitational field around a proto-neutron star can modify the neutrino flavor transformations that occur above the neutrinosphere via three general ... - Evolution of semilocal string networks. II. Velocity estimators

Author(s): A. Lopez-Eiguren, J. Urrestilla, A. Achúcarro, A. Avgoustidis, and C. J. A. P. MartinsWe continue a comprehensive numerical study of semilocal string networks and their cosmological evoluti ... - Assessing the impact of bulk and shear viscosities on large scale structure formation

Author(s): C. M. S. Barbosa, H. Velten, J. C. Fabris, and Rudnei O. RamosThe effects of both bulk and shear viscosities on the perturbations relevant for structure formation in late time cosmology are ... - Assessment of the information content of the power spectrum and bispectrum

Author(s): Kwan Chuen Chan and Linda BlotThe covariance matrix of the matter and halo power spectrum and bispectrum are studied. Using a large suite of simulations, we find that the non-Gaussianity in ... - Puncture black hole initial data: A single domain Galerkin-collocation method for trumpet and wormhole data sets

Author(s): P. C. M. Clemente and H. P. de OliveiraWe present a single-domain Galerkin-collocation method to calculate puncture initial data sets for single and binary black holes, either in the trumpe ... - Darboux transformation in black hole perturbation theory

Author(s): Kostas Glampedakis, Aaron D. Johnson, and Daniel KennefickThe Darboux transformation between ordinary differential equations is a 19th century technique that has seen wide use in quantum th ... - Evolutions of Gowdy, Brill, and Teukolsky initial data on a smooth lattice

Author(s): Leo BrewinNumerical results, based on a lattice method for computational general relativity, will be presented for Cauchy evolution of initial data for the Brill, Teukolsky and polarized Go ... - Effective temperatures and radiation spectra for a higher-dimensional Schwarzschild–de Sitter black hole

Author(s): P. Kanti and T. PappasThe absence of a true thermodynamical equilibrium for an observer located in the causal area of a Schwarzschild–de Sitter spacetime has repeatedly raised the question ... - Fundamental photon orbits: Black hole shadows and spacetime instabilities

Author(s): Pedro V. P. Cunha, Carlos A. R. Herdeiro, and Eugen RaduThe standard black holes (BHs) in general relativity, as well as other ultracompact objects (with or without an event horizon) admit ... - Effect of Lorentz symmetry breaking on the deflection of light in a cosmic string spacetime

Author(s): Kimet Jusufi, İzzet Sakallı, and Ali ÖvgünWe investigate the Lorentz symmetry breaking effects (LSBE) on the deflection of light by a rotating cosmic string spacetime in the weak limit appr ... - Time evolution in deparametrized models of loop quantum gravity

Author(s): Mehdi Assanioussi, Jerzy Lewandowski, and Ilkka MäkinenAn important aspect in understanding the dynamics in the context of deparametrized models of loop quantum gravity (LQG) is to obtain a ... - Mass ladder operators from spacetime conformal symmetry

Author(s): Vitor Cardoso, Tsuyoshi Houri, and Masashi KimuraLadder operators can be useful constructs, allowing for unique insight and intuition. In fact, they have played a special role in the develo ... - Black hole shadows and invariant phase space structures

Author(s): J. Grover and A. WittigUtilizing concepts from dynamical systems theory, we demonstrate how the existence of light rings, or fixed points, in a spacetime will give rise to families of perio ... - Engineering negative stress-energy densities with quantum energy teleportation

Author(s): Nicholas Funai and Eduardo Martín-MartínezWe use quantum energy teleportation in the light-matter interaction as an operational means to create quantum field states that violate energy cond ... - Noether’s theorems and conserved currents in gauge theories in the presence of fixed fields

Author(s): Gábor Zsolt TóthWe extend the standard construction of conserved currents for matter fields in general relativity to general gauge theories. In the original construction, the conserved curr ... - Correspondence between entanglement growth and probability distribution of quasiparticles

Author(s): Masahiro Nozaki and Naoki WatamuraWe study the excess of (Renyi) entanglement entropy in various free field theories for the locally excited states defined by acting with local operators on ... - All coherent field states entangle equally

Author(s): Petar Simidzija and Eduardo Martín-MartínezWe analyze the interactions of particle detectors with coherent states of a free scalar field. We find that the eigenvalues of the postinteraction ... - Magic three-qubit Veldkamp line: A finite geometric underpinning for form theories of gravity and black hole entropy

Author(s): Péter Lévay, Frédéric Holweck, and Metod SanigaWe investigate the structure of the three-qubit magic Veldkamp line (MVL). This mathematical notion has recently shown up as a tool for unders ... - Markov chain Monte Carlo techniques applied to parton distribution functions determination: Proof of concept

Author(s): Yémalin Gabin Gbedo and Mariane Mangin-BrinetWe present a new procedure to determine parton distribution functions (PDFs), based on Markov chain Monte Carlo (MCMC) methods. The aim of this ... - Topology and stability of the Kondo phase in quark matter

Author(s): Shigehiro Yasui, Kei Suzuki, and Kazunori ItakuraWe investigate properties of the ground state of a light-quark matter with heavy-quark impurities. This system exhibits the “QCD Kondo effec ... - Strong couplings and form factors of charmed mesons in holographic QCD

Author(s): Alfonso Ballon-Bayona, Gastão Krein, and Carlisson MillerWe extend the two-flavor hard-wall holographic model of Erlich, Katz, Son, and Stephanov [Phys. Rev. Lett. 95, 261602 (2005)] to fou … - Hidden-charm pentaquarks as a meson-baryon molecule with coupled channels for D[over ¯]^{(*)}Λ_{c} and D[over ¯]^{(*)}Σ_{c}^{(*)}

Author(s): Yasuhiro Yamaguchi and Elena SantopintoThe recent observation of two hidden-charm pentaquark states by LHCb collaborations prompted us to investigate the exotic states close to the D[over ¯ ... - Finite temperature QCD four-point function in the presence of a weak magnetic field within the hard thermal loop approximation

Author(s): Najmul HaqueWe compute the weak magnetic field correction to the four-point quark-gluon vertex at finite temperature and chemical potential within the hard thermal loop approximation. The r ... - No-go theorem for fully supersymmetric GUTs with metastable supersymmetry breaking

Author(s): Jean-François Fortin and Jean-Samuel LeboeufWe introduce fully SUSic grand unified theories (SGUTs), supersymmetry (SUSY) grand unified theories that, upon symmetry breaking through the Hig ... - Scaling from gauge and scalar radiation in Abelian-Higgs string networks

Author(s): Mark Hindmarsh, Joanes Lizarraga, Jon Urrestilla, David Daverio, and Martin KunzWe investigate cosmic string networks in the Abelian Higgs model using data from a campaign of large-scale nu ... - Nonspinning binary black hole merger scenario revisited

Author(s): James Healy, Carlos O. Lousto, and Yosef ZlochowerWe present the results of 14 simulations of nonspinning black hole binaries with mass ratios q=m_{1}/m_{2} in the range 1/100≤q≤1. For each ... - Minimal theory of quasidilaton massive gravity

Author(s): Antonio De Felice, Shinji Mukohyama, and Michele OliosiWe introduce a quasidilaton scalar field to the minimal theory of massive gravity with the Minkowski fiducial metric, in such a way th ... - Nonlinear stability of a brane wormhole

Author(s): Yumi Akai and Ken-ichi NakaoWe analytically study the nonlinear stability of a spherically symmetric wormhole supported by an infinitesimally thin brane of negative tension, which has been ... - Universal black hole stability in four dimensions

Author(s): Pablo Bueno and Pablo A. CanoWe show that four-dimensional black holes become stable below a certain mass when the Einstein-Hilbert action is supplemented with higher-curvature terms. We pr ... - Vacuum structure and PT-symmetry breaking of the non-Hermetian (iϕ^{3}) theory

Author(s): Abouzeid M. ShalabyIn this work, we study the PT-symmetric (iϕ^{3}) theory using the effective action formalism. To test the accuracy of the used technique, we apply it first to the PT-symm ... - Entropy evolution of moving mirrors and the information loss problem

Author(s): Pisin Chen and Dong-han YeomWe investigate the entanglement entropy and the information flow of two-dimensional moving mirrors. Here we point out that various mirror trajectories can help t ... - Large N expansion of the sphere free energy

Author(s): Grigory TarnopolskyWe propose formulas for the 1/N correction to the sphere free energy of theories with 4-fermion interactions, which are conformal for d>2. We also propose a formula fo ... - Mock modular index of M2-M5 brane systems

Author(s): Tadashi Okazaki and Douglas J. SmithWe present Bogomolny-Prasad-Sommerfield (BPS) indices of the supergroup Wess-Zumino-Witten (WZW) models that live on intersecting M2-M5-brane systems. Th ... - Resolving the atmospheric octant by an improved measurement of the reactor angle

Author(s): Sabya Sachi Chatterjee, Pedro Pasquini, and J. W. F. ValleTaking into account the current global information on neutrino oscillation parameters we forecast the capabilities of future long-b ... - Nonleptonic charmless decays of B_{c}→TP,TV in the perturbative QCD approach

Author(s): Xin Liu, Run-Hui Li, Zhi-Tian Zou, and Zhen-Jun XiaoTwo-body charmless hadronic B_{c} decays involving a light 1^{3}P_{2}-tensor (T) meson are investigated for the first time within the fra ... - Compact pentaquark structures

Author(s): Elena Santopinto and Alessandro GiachinoWe investigated the possibility that the lightest pentaquark state recently reported by the LHC_{b} Collaboration [R. Aaij et al., Phys. Rev. Lett. 1 ... - Exploring N_{f}=2+1 QCD thermodynamics from the gradient flow

Author(s): Yusuke Taniguchi, Shinji Ejiri, Ryo Iwami, Kazuyuki Kanaya, Masakiyo Kitazawa, Hiroshi Suzuki, Takashi Umeda, and Naoki Wakabayashi (WHOT-QCD Collaboration)The energy-momentum tensor plays ... - Top quark FCNC couplings at future circular hadron electron colliders

Author(s): H. Denizli, A. Senol, A. Yilmaz, I. Turk Cakir, H. Karadeniz, and O. CakirA study of single top quark production via flavor changing neutral current interactions at tqγ vertices is performe …