- Measurement of the inclusive νμ charged current cross section on iron and hydrocarbon in the T2K on-axis neutrino beam

Author(s): K. Abe et al. (T2K Collaboration)We report a measurement of the νμ inclusive charged current cross sections on iron and hydrocarbon in the Tokai-to-Kamioka (T2K) on-axis neutrino beam. The … - Measurement of CP violation in Bs0→ϕϕ decays

Author(s): R. Aaij et al. (LHCb Collaboration)A measurement of the decay time-dependent CP-violating asymmetry in Bs0→ϕϕ decays is presented, along with measurements of the T-odd triple-product asymme … - Signal of right-handed charged gauge bosons at the LHC?

Author(s): Frank F. Deppisch, Tomas E. Gonzalo, Sudhanwa Patra, Narendra Sahu, and Utpal SarkarWe point out that the recent excess observed in searches for a right-handed gauge boson WR at CMS can be … - Fragmentation in jets at NNLO

Author(s): Mathias Ritzmann and Wouter J. WaalewijnBeam and jet functions in soft-collinear effective theory describe collinear initial- and final-state radiation (jets), and enter in factorization th … - Quark number susceptibility: Revisited with fluctuation-dissipation theorem in mean field theories

Author(s): Sanjay K. Ghosh, Anirban Lahiri, Sarbani Majumder, Munshi G. Mustafa, Sibaji Raha, and Rajarshi RayFluctuations of conserved quantum numbers are associated with the corresponding susceptibi … - Chiral dynamics in the low-temperature phase of QCD

Author(s): Bastian B. Brandt, Anthony Francis, Harvey B. Meyer, and Daniel RobainaWe investigate the low-temperature phase of QCD and the crossover region with two light flavors of quarks. The chiral … - Lattice QCD in curved spacetimes

Author(s): Arata YamamotoWe formulate the lattice QCD simulation with background classical gravitational fields. This formulation enables us to study nonperturbative aspects of quantum phenomena in cu … - Fixed-scale approach to finite-temperature lattice QCD with shifted boundaries

Author(s): Takashi UmedaWe study the thermodynamics of the SU(3) gauge theory using the fixed-scale approach with shifted boundary conditions. The fixed-scale approach can reduce the numerical cost of … - Alleviating the tension at low ℓ through axion monodromy

Author(s): P. Daniel MeerburgThere exists some tension on large scales between the Planck data and the ΛCDM concordance model of the Universe, which has been amplified by the recently claimed discover … - Thermal leptogenesis in f(R) cosmology

Author(s): G. LambiaseThe cosmological consequences of f(R) gravity are reviewed in the framework of thermal leptogenesis. In f(R) cosmology the expansion laws of the Universe are modified with respec … - F(R) nonlinear massive theories of gravity and their cosmological implications

Author(s): Yi-Fu Cai, Francis Duplessis, and Emmanuel N. SaridakisWe propose a nonlinear massive gravitational theory which includes F(R) modifications. This construction inherits the benefits of the … - Radar orthogonality and radar length in Finsler and metric spacetime geometry

Author(s): Christian PfeiferThe radar experiment connects the geometry of spacetime with an observers measurement of spatial length. We investigate the radar experiment on Finsler spacetimes which lea … - Minimal model of Majoronic dark radiation and dark matter

Author(s): We-Fu Chang and John N. NgWe extend the singlet Majoron model of dark radiation by adding another singlet scalar of unit lepton charge. The spontaneous breaking of global U(1)L connects dar … - Cosmic neutrino cascades from secret neutrino interactions

Author(s): Kenny C. Y. Ng and John F. BeacomThe first detection of high-energy astrophysical neutrinos by IceCube provides new opportunities for tests of neutrino properties. The long baseline through … - First-order framework for flat brane with auxiliary fields

Author(s): D. Bazeia, A. S. Lobão, Jr., and R. MenezesThis work deals with braneworld models in the presence of auxiliary fields. We investigate the case where Einstein’s equation is modified with the … - Perturbative O(αs) corrections to the correlation functions of light tetraquark currents

Author(s): S. Groote, J. G. Körner, and D. NiinepuuWe calculate the next-to-leading-order QCD corrections to the perturbative term in the operator product expansion of the spectral functions of light … - Dark photons and resonant monophoton signatures in Higgs boson decays at the LHC

Author(s): Emidio Gabrielli, Matti Heikinheimo, Barbara Mele, and Martti RaidalMotivated by dark-photon γ¯ scenarios extensively considered in the literature, we explore experimentally allowed models … - Observational constraints on slow-roll inflation coupled to a Gauss-Bonnet term

Author(s): Seoktae Koh, Bum-Hoon Lee, Wonwoo Lee, and Gansukh TumurtushaaWe study slow-roll inflation with a Gauss-Bonnet term that is coupled to an inflaton field nonminimally. We investigate the inf … - Cosmology of F(R) nonlinear massive gravity

Author(s): Yi-Fu Cai and Emmanuel N. SaridakisThe theory of nonlinear massive gravity can be extended into the F(R) form as developed by Cai et al. [Phys. Rev. D 90, 064051 (2014)]. Being free of the … - Exact solution of vacuum field equation in Finsler spacetime

Author(s): Xin Li and Zhe ChangWe suggest that the vacuum field equation in Finsler spacetime is equivalent to the vanishing of the Ricci scalar. The Schwarzschild metric can be deduced from a solutio … - Observation of J/ψ→pp¯a0(980) at BESIII

Author(s): M. Ablikim et al. (BESII Collaboration)Using 2.25×108J/ψ events collected with the BESIII detector at the BEPCII storage rings, we observe for the first time the process J/ψ→pp¯a0(980), a0( … - Self-consistent value of the electric radius of the proton from the Lamb shift in muonic hydrogen

Author(s): Savely G. KarshenboimRecently a high-precision measurement of the Lamb shift in muonic hydrogen has been performed. An accurate value of the proton charge radius can be extracted from this … - Model-independent determination of the magnetic radius of the proton from spectroscopy of ordinary and muonic hydrogen

Author(s): Savely G. KarshenboimTo date the magnetic radius of the proton has been determined only by means of electron-proton scattering, which is not free of controversies. Any existing atomic deter … - NLO supersymmetric-QCD corrections to stop pair associated by Z0 production at the LHC

Author(s): Hisham A. El-KolalyWe present the calculations of the production of t1˜t1˜¯Z0 in the minimal supersymmetric standard model at the Large Hadron Collider at center-of-mass energies of 7 and 1 … - Two viable large scalar multiplet models with a Z2 symmetry

Author(s): Kevin Earl, Katy Hartling, Heather E. Logan, and Terry PilkingtonWe study models in which the Higgs sector is extended by a single scalar electroweak multiplet Z with isospin T=5/2 (sextet) … - Stable bound states of asymmetric dark matter

Author(s): Mark B. Wise and Yue ZhangThe simplest renormalizable effective field theories with asymmetric dark matter bound states contain two additional gauge singlet fields, one being the dark matte … - Closing in on the tip of the CMSSM stau coannihilation strip

Author(s): Nishita Desai, John Ellis, Feng Luo, and Jad MarroucheNear the tip of the τ˜ coannihilation strip in the CMSSM with a neutralino lightest supersymmetric particle χ, the astrophysical cold d … - Effect of small interpulsar distances in stochastic gravitational wave background searches with pulsar timing arrays

Author(s): Chiara M. F. Mingarelli and Trevor SideryOne of the primary objectives for pulsar timing arrays (PTAs) is to detect a stochastic background generated by the incoherent superposition of grav … - Observational constraint on the varying speed of light theory

Author(s): Jing-Zhao Qi, Ming-Jian Zhang, and Wen-Biao LiuThe varying speed of light theory is controversial. It succeeds in explaining some cosmological problems, but, on the other hand, it is exclud … - Charged scalar field instability between the event and cosmological horizons

Author(s): R. A. Konoplya and Alexander ZhidenkoRecently, a new interesting instability of a charged scalar field in the Reissner-Nordström-de Sitter background has been found [Z. Zhu et al. Phys. Rev … - String resonances at hadron colliders

Author(s): Luis A. Anchordoqui, Ignatios Antoniadis, De-Chang Dai, Wan-Zhe Feng, Haim Goldberg, Xing Huang, Dieter Lüst, Dejan Stojkovic, and Tomasz R. TaylorWe consider extensions of the standard mod … - Non-Abelian bremsstrahlung and azimuthal asymmetries in high energy p+A reactions

Author(s): M. Gyulassy, P. Levai, I. Vitev, and T. S. BiróWe apply the GLV reaction operator solution to the Vitev-Gunion-Bertsch (VGB) boundary conditions to compute to all orders in nuclear opacity … - Problems with the perturbative QCD interpretation of HERMES data on semi-inclusive leptoproduction of pions

Author(s): Elliot Leader, Alexander V. Sidorov, and Dimiter B. StamenovA theoretical analysis has been performed of the HERMES semi-inclusive deep inelastic data on the difference between π+ and π- mu … - Precise determination of Z-Z′ mixing at the CERN LHC

Author(s): V. V. Andreev, P. Osland, and A. A. PankovWe discuss the expected sensitivity to Z′ boson effects in the W± boson pair production process at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC). The results of … - Discovering walking technirho mesons at the LHC

Author(s): Masafumi Kurachi, Shinya Matsuzaki, and Koichi YamawakiWe formulate a scale-invariant hidden local symmetry (HLS) as a low-energy effective theory of walking technicolor (WTC) which include … - Conformal behavior at four loops and scheme (in)dependence

Author(s): Thomas A. RyttovWe search for infrared zeros of the beta function and evaluate the anomalous dimension of the mass at the associated fixed point for asymptotically free vectorlike fermionic … - Exploratory study of the temperature dependence of magnetic vertices in SU(2) Landau gauge Yang-Mills theory

Author(s): Leonard Fister and Axel MaasVertices describe the interactions between the fundamental degrees of freedom and are therefore of vital importance in many ab initio descriptions of field theor … - Quark stars in strong magnetic fields

Author(s): Peng-Cheng Chu, Lie-Wen Chen, and Xin WangWithin the confined isospin- and density-dependent mass model, we study the properties of strange quark matter (SQM) and quark stars (QSs) in stron … - Jump in fluid properties of inflationary universe to reconcile scalar and tensor spectra

Author(s): Hassan Firouzjahi and Mohammad Hossein NamjooThe recent detection of the B-mode polarization from the BICEP2 observation, if confirmed to be primordial, seems to be in tension with the uppe … - Renormalized entropy of entanglement in relativistic field theory

Author(s): Issam Ibnouhsein, Fabio Costa, and Alexei GrinbaumEntanglement is defined between subsystems of a quantum system, and at fixed time two regions of space can be viewed as two subsystems of a … - Neff in low-scale seesaw models versus the lightest neutrino mass

Author(s): P. Hernández, M. Kekic, and J. Lopez-PavonWe evaluate the contribution to Neff of the extra sterile states in low-scale type I seesaw models (with three extra sterile states). We explore th … - Search for pair-produced third-generation squarks decaying via charm quarks or in compressed supersymmetric scenarios in pp collisions at s=8 TeV with the ATLAS detector

Author(s): G. Aad et al. (ATLAS Collaboration)Results of a search for supersymmetry via direct production of third-generation squarks are reported, using 20.3 fb−1 of proton-proton collision data at … - Cosmic neutrino background absorption line in the neutrino spectrum at IceCube

Author(s): Masahiro Ibe and Kunio KanetaThe IceCube experiment has recently reported a high energy neutrino spectrum between the TeV and PeV scales. The observed neutrino flux can be as a whole well f … - Understanding the charmed states recently observed by the LHCb and BaBar Collaborations in the quark model

Author(s): Qi-Fang Lü and De-Min LiComparing the expected spectroscopy in the relativistic quark model and the predicted strong decays in the P03 model employing the realistic wave functions from the … - Inflation and majoron dark matter in the neutrino seesaw mechanism

Author(s): Sofiane M. Boucenna, Stefano Morisi, Qaisar Shafi, and José W. F. ValleWe propose that inflation and dark matter have a common origin, connected to the neutrino mass generation scheme. As a … - Simplified dark matter models confront the gamma ray excess

Author(s): Csaba Balázs and Tong LiInspired by the excess of gamma rays from the Galactic Center, we confront a number of simplified dark matter models with experimental data. Assuming a single dark m … - Reconstruction of vectorlike top partner from fully hadronic final states

Author(s): Motoi Endo, Koichi Hamaguchi, Kazuya Ishikawa, and Martin StollWe investigate the potential to search for the vectorlike top partner in fully hadronic final states at the LHC. An algorithm … - Photons with sub-Planckian energy cannot efficiently probe space-time foam

Author(s): Yanbei Chen, Linqing Wen, and Yiqiu MaExtra-galactic sources of photons have been used to constrain space-time quantum fluctuations in the Universe. In these proposals, the fundamental “fuz … - Neutrino lighthouse at Sagittarius A*

Author(s): Y. Bai, A. J. Barger, V. Barger, R. Lu, A. D. Peterson, and J. SalvadoWe investigate whether a subset of high-energy events observed by IceCube may be due to neutrinos from Sagittarius A*. … - Nonlinear dark matter collapse under diffusion

Author(s): Hermano E. S. Velten and Thiago R. P. CaramêsDiffusion is one of the physical processes allowed for describing the large scale dark matter dynamics. At the same time, it can be seen as a po … - Global stability analysis for cosmological models with nonminimally coupled scalar fields

Author(s): Maria A. Skugoreva, Alexey V. Toporensky, and Sergey Yu. VernovWe explore dynamics of cosmological models with a nonminimally coupled scalar field evolving on a spatially flat Friedmann-Lem … - Gravity waves from extreme-mass-ratio plunges into Kerr black holes

Author(s): Shahar Hadar, Achilleas P. Porfyriadis, and Andrew StromingerMassive objects orbiting a near-extreme Kerr black hole quickly plunge into the horizon after passing the innermost stable circu … - Affine quantization of black holes: Thermodynamics, singularity removal, and displaced horizons

Author(s): Simone ZonettiIn this work we investigate the thermodynamical properties and modified dynamics of black hole solutions in the semiclassical regime of affine coherent state quantization. Usi … - Loop quantum cosmology from group field theory

Author(s): Gianluca CalcagniWe show that the effective dynamics of the recently proposed isotropic condensate state of group field theory with Laplacian kinetic operator can be equivalent to that of h … - Two-point correlation functions of QCD in the Landau gauge

Author(s): Marcela Peláez, Matthieu Tissier, and Nicolás WscheborWe investigate the gluon, ghost and quark propagators in the Landau gauge with dynamic quarks. We perform a one-loop calculation in a m … - Separable Hilbert space for loop quantization

Author(s): J. Fernando Barbero G., Tomasz Pawłowski, and Eduardo J. S. VillaseñorWe discuss, within the simplified context provided by the polymeric harmonic oscillator, a construction leading to a se … - Search for low-mass dark matter with CsI(Tl) crystal detectors

Author(s): H. S. Lee et al. (KIMS Collaboration)We present a search for low-mass (≤20 GeV/c2) weakly interacting massive particles (WIMPs), strong candidates of dark matter particles, using the low-b … - Flavor tagged time-dependent angular analysis of the Bs0→J/ψϕ decay and extraction of ΔΓs and the weak phase ϕs in ATLAS

Author(s): G. Aad et al. (ATLAS Collaboration)A measurement of the Bs0→J/ψϕ decay parameters, updated to include flavor tagging is reported using 4.9 fb-1 of integrated luminosity collected by the AT … - D± production asymmetry at the LHC from heavy quark recombination

Author(s): W. K. Lai, A. K. Leibovich, and A. A. PetrovThe asymmetry in the forward region production cross section of D± is calculated using the heavy quark recombination mechanism for pp collisions … - Polarized WW scattering on the Higgs pole

Author(s): Johann Brehmer, Joerg Jaeckel, and Tilman PlehnThe Higgs discovery has given us the Higgs–gauge sector as a new handle to search for physics beyond the standard model. This includes physics … - Sea quark contributions to the electric polarizability of hadrons

Author(s): Walter Freeman, Andrei Alexandru, Mike Lujan, and Frank X. LeeWe present a lattice QCD calculation of the polarizability of the neutron and other neutral hadrons that includes the effects o … - Finite volume effects on the extraction of form factors at zero momentum

Author(s): Brian C. TiburziHadronic matrix elements that depend on momentum are required for numerous phenomenological applications. Probing the low-momentum regime is often problematic for lattice QC … - Higgs vacua with potential barriers

Author(s): Carlos TamaritScenarios in which the Higgs vacuum arises radiatively and is separated from the origin by a potential barrier at zero temperature are known to be attainable in models with ex … - Late-time vacuum phase transitions: Connecting sub-eV scale physics with cosmological structure formation

Author(s): Amol V. Patwardhan and George M. FullerWe show that a particular class of postrecombination phase transitions in the vacuum can lead to localized overdense regions on relatively small scale … - Why I-Love-Q: Explaining why universality emerges in compact objects

Author(s): Kent Yagi, Leo C. Stein, George Pappas, Nicolás Yunes, and Theocharis A. ApostolatosBlack holes are said to have no hair because all of their multipole moments can be expressed in terms of … - Permutation on hybrid natural inflation

Author(s): Christopher D. Carone, Joshua Erlich, Raymundo Ramos, and Marc SherWe analyze a model of hybrid natural inflation based on the smallest non-Abelian discrete group S3. Leading invariant term … - More viable parameter space for leptogenesis

Author(s): Björn GarbrechtLepton flavor asymmetries generated at the onset of the oscillations of sterile neutrinos with masses above the electroweak scale can be large enough to partly survive washou … - Evolution of an inhomogeneous universe

Author(s): Harald SkarkeA refined version of a recently introduced method for analyzing the dynamics of an inhomogeneous irrotational dust universe is presented. A fully nonperturbative numerical comp … - Possible altitudinal, latitudinal, and directional dependence of the relativistic Sagnac effect in Chern-Simons modified gravity

Author(s): Daiki Kikuchi, Naoya Omoto, Kei Yamada, and Hideki AsadaToward a test of parity violation in a gravity theory, possible effects of Chern-Simons (CS) gravity on an interferometer have been r … - Accretion onto a black hole in a string cloud background

Author(s): Apratim Ganguly, Sushant G. Ghosh, and Sunil D. MaharajWe examine the accretion process onto the black hole with a string cloud background, where the horizon of the black hole has an enlarg … - Parametrized post-Newtonian expansion and FRW scalar perturbations in n-DBI gravity

Author(s): Flávio S. Coelho, Carlos Herdeiro, Shinji Hirano, and Yuki Saton-DBI gravity explicitly breaks Lorentz invariance by the introduction of a unit timelike vector field, thereby giving rise to … - Generating rotating regular black hole solutions without complexification

Author(s): Mustapha Azreg-AïnouWe drop the complexification procedure from the Newman-Janis algorithm and introduce more physical arguments and symmetry properties, and we show how one can generate re … - Slowly rotating regular black holes with a charged thin shell

Author(s): Nami Uchikata and Shijun YoshidaWe obtain rotating solutions of regular black holes which are constructed of de Sitter spacetime with the axisymmetric stationary perturbation within the tim … - Gravitational lensing in Tangherlini spacetime in the weak gravitational field and the strong gravitational field

Author(s): Naoki Tsukamoto, Takao Kitamura, Koki Nakajima, and Hideki AsadaThe gravitational lensing effects in the weak gravitational field by exotic lenses have been investigated intensively to find … - New method for determining the quark-gluon vertex

Author(s): A. C. Aguilar, D. Binosi, D. Ibañez, and J. PapavassiliouWe present a novel nonperturbative approach for calculating the form factors of the quark-gluon vertex in terms of an unknown three- … - Instantons on sine-cones over Sasakian manifolds

Author(s): Severin Bunk, Tatiana A. Ivanova, Olaf Lechtenfeld, Alexander D. Popov, and Marcus SperlingWe investigate instantons on sine-cones over Sasaki-Einstein and 3-Sasakian manifolds. It is shown … - Nonrenormalizability of the classical statistical approximation

Author(s): Thomas Epelbaum, François Gelis, and Bin WuIn this paper, we discuss questions related to the renormalizability of the classical statistical approximation, an approximation scheme that has … - Strong subadditivity and emergent surface

Author(s): Bin Chen and Jiang LongIn this paper, we introduce two bounds which we call the upper differential entropy and the lower differential entropy for an infinite family of intervals (strips) in … - Asymmetric neutrino production in strongly magnetized proto-neutron stars

Author(s): Tomoyuki Maruyama, Myung-Ki Cheoun, Jun Hidaka, Toshitaka Kajino, Takami Kuroda, Grant J. Mathews, Chung-Yeol Ryu, Tomoya Takiwaki, and Nobutoshi YasutakeWe calculate the neutrino productio … - Angular distribution in two-particle emission induced by neutrinos and electrons

Author(s): I. Ruiz Simo, C. Albertus, J. E. Amaro, M. B. Barbaro, J. A. Caballero, and T. W. DonnellyThe angular distribution of the phase space arising in two-particle emission reactions induced by e … - Soft-gluon corrections in FCNC top-quark production via anomalous gluon couplings

Author(s): Nikolaos Kidonakis and Elwin MartinWe present a calculation of soft-gluon corrections in flavor-changing neutral current top-quark production via anomalous t-q-g couplings. The soft anomalo … - Naturalness of scale-invariant NMSSMs with and without extra matter

Author(s): Maien Y. Binjonaid and Stephen F. KingWe present a comparative and systematic study of the fine-tuning in Higgs sectors in three scale-invariant next-to-minimal supersymmetric standard mode … - Renormalizable model for the Galactic Center gamma-ray excess from dark matter annihilation

Author(s): Seyda Ipek, David McKeen, and Ann E. NelsonEvidence for an excess of gamma rays with O(GeV) energy coming from the center of our galaxy has been steadily accumulating over the past several … - Complex scalar dark matter in a B-L model

Author(s): B. L. Sánchez–Vega, J. C. Montero, and E. R. SchmitzIn this work, we implement a complex scalar dark matter (DM) candidate in a U(1)B-L gauge extension of the Standard Model. The model cont … - Newtonian analogue of Schwarzschild–de Sitter spacetime: Influence on the local kinematics in galaxies

Author(s): Tamal Sarkar, Shubhrangshu Ghosh, and Arunava BhadraThe late time accelerated expansion of the Universe demands that even in local galactic scales it is desirable to study astrophysical phe … - How many e-folds should we expect from high-scale inflation?

Author(s): Grant N. Remmen and Sean M. CarrollWe address the issue of how many e-folds we would naturally expect if inflation occurred at an energy scale of order 1016 GeV. We use the canonical measu … - Detecting the polarization induced by scattering of the microwave background quadrupole in galaxy clusters

Author(s): Alex Hall and Anthony ChallinorThis paper is a study of the feasibility of detecting and distinguishing remote quadrupole polarization in CMB photons scattered within galaxy clusters. It co … - Fundamental cosmology from precision spectroscopy: Varying couplings

Author(s): A. C. O. Leite, C. J. A. P. Martins, P. O. J. Pedrosa, and N. J. NunesThe observational evidence for the acceleration of the Universe demonstrates that canonical theories of cosmology and p … - Damping of tensor mode in spatially closed cosmology

Author(s): Jafar Khodagholizadeh, Amir H. Abbassi, and Ali A. AsgariWe derive an integro-differential equation for propagation of cosmological gravitation waves in spatially closed cosmology whereas t … - Gravitational collapse of generalized Vaidya spacetime

Author(s): Maombi D. Mkenyeleye, Rituparno Goswami, and Sunil D. MaharajWe study the gravitational collapse of a generalized Vaidya spacetime in the context of the cosmic censorship hypothesis. We dev … - Motion of spinning test bodies in Kerr spacetime

Author(s): Eva Hackmann, Claus Lämmerzahl, Yuri N. Obukhov, Dirk Puetzfeld, and Isabell SchafferWe investigate the motion of spinning test bodies in General Relativity. By means of a multipolar approx … - Field equations and cosmology for a class of nonlocal metric models of MOND

Author(s): Cédric Deffayet, Gilles Esposito-Farèse, and Richard P. WoodardWe consider a class of nonlocal, pure-metric modified gravity models which were developed to reproduce the Tully-Fisher relati … - Improving parameter estimation accuracy with torsion-bar antennas

Author(s): Kazunari Eda, Ayaka Shoda, Yousuke Itoh, and Masaki AndoWe propose a new antenna configuration of a torsion-bar antenna (TOBA) and study its performance. A TOBA is a novel type of an antenn … - Hyper-scaling relations in the conformal window from dynamic AdS/QCD

Author(s): Nick Evans and Marc ScottDynamic AdS/QCD is a holographic model of strongly coupled gauge theories with the dynamics included through the running anomalous dimension of the quark bilinear, … - Frequency dependence of the Chiral Vortical Effect

Author(s): Karl Landsteiner, Eugenio Megías, and Francisco Peña-BenítezWe study the frequency dependence of all the chiral vortical and magnetic conductivities for a relativistic gas of free chiral fe … - Chiral spirals from noncontinuous chiral symmetry: The Gross-Neveu model results

Author(s): Toru KojoIt is shown that the inhomogeneous chiral condensate in the Gross-Neveu (GN) model takes the chiral spiral form, even though the thermodynamic functional depends only on the chiral … - Closed string thermodynamics and a blue tensor spectrum

Author(s): Robert H. Brandenberger, Ali Nayeri, and Subodh P. PatilThe BICEP-2 team has recently reported the positive detection of cosmic microwave background B-mode polarization. Although uncertaint … - Search for high-mass dilepton resonances in pp collisions at s=8 TeV with the ATLAS detector

Author(s): G. Aad et al. (ATLAS Collaboration)The ATLAS detector at the Large Hadron Collider is used to search for high-mass resonances decaying to dielectron or dimuon final states. Results are pres … - Determination of the mixing between active neutrinos and sterile neutrino through the quark-lepton complementarity and self-complementarity

Author(s): Hong-Wei Ke, Tan Liu, and Xue-Qian LiIt is suggested that there is an underlying symmetry which relates the quark and lepton sectors. Namely, among the mixing matrix elements of Cabibbo-Kob … - Probing the littlest Higgs model with T parity using di-Higgs events through ZH-pair production at the LHC in NLO QCD

Author(s): Liang-Wen Chen, Ren-You Zhang, Wen-Gan Ma, Wei-Hua Li, Peng-Fei Duan, and Lei GuoWe investigate the di-Higgs events through ZH-pair production at the CERN Large Hadron Collider including th …