- Explaining the anomalous ϒ(5S)→χbJω decays through the hadronic loop effect

Author(s): Dian-Yong Chen, Xiang Liu, and Takayuki MatsukiIn this work, we carry out the study on ϒ(5S)→χbJω (J=0,1,2) by considering the hadronic loop mechanism. Our results show that Belle’s prelimi … - QCD corrections to the Bc to charmonia semileptonic decays

Author(s): Jian-Ming Shen, Xing-Gang Wu, Hong-Hao Ma, and Sheng-Quan WangWe present a detailed analysis on the Bc meson semileptonic decays, Bc→ηc(J/ψ)ℓν, up to next-to-leading order (NLO) QCD correct … - Ds mesons with DK and D*K scattering near threshold

Author(s): C. B. Lang, Luka Leskovec, Daniel Mohler, Sasa Prelovsek, and R. M. WoloshynDs mesons are studied in three quantum channels (JP=0+, 1+ and 2+), where experiments have identified the very na … - Raising the Higgs mass in supersymmetry with t-t′ mixing

Author(s): Cyrus Faroughy and Kevin GrizzardIn this article we propose a new strategy to address the little hierarchy problem. We show that the addition of a fourth generation with vectorlike quarks t … - Stationary black holes with time-dependent scalar fields

Author(s): Alexander A. H. Graham and Rahul JhaIt has been well known since the 1970s that stationary black holes do not generically support scalar hair. Most of the no-hair theorems which support thi … - Dark energy scaling from dark matter to acceleration

Author(s): Jannis Bielefeld, Robert R. Caldwell, and Eric V. LinderThe dark sector of the Universe need not be completely separable into distinct dark matter and dark energy components. We consider a … - Cloud of strings in third order Lovelock gravity

Author(s): Sushant G. Ghosh, Uma Papnoi, and Sunil D. MaharajLovelock theory is a natural extension of the Einstein theory of general relativity to higher dimensions in which the first and second orde … - Light rings as observational evidence for event horizons: Long-lived modes, ergoregions and nonlinear instabilities of ultracompact objects

Author(s): Vitor Cardoso, Luís C. B. Crispino, Caio F. B. Macedo, Hirotada Okawa, and Paolo PaniUltracompact objects are self-gravitating systems with a light ring. It was recently suggested that fluc … - Linking shape dynamics and loop quantum gravity

Author(s): Lee SmolinShape dynamics is a reformulation of general relativity, locally equivalent to Einstein’s theory, in which the refoliation invariance of the older theory is traded for local scale … - Covariant equations for the tetraquark and more

Author(s): A. N. Kvinikhidze and B. BlankleiderWe derive covariant equations for a system of two quarks and two antiquarks where the effect of quark-antiquark annihilation is taken into account. In ou … - Phase structure of three and four flavor QCD

Author(s): Christian S. Fischer, Jan Luecker, and Christian A. WelzbacherWe investigate the phase structure of QCD at finite temperature and light-quark chemical potential. We improve upon earlier res … - Generalized Lüscher’s formula in multichannel baryon-baryon scattering

Author(s): Ning Li, Song-Yuan Li, and Chuan LiuIn this paper, Lüscher’s formula is generalized to the case of two spin-12 particles in two-channel scattering based on our previous work [Phys. Rev. D 8 ... - Vacuum stability of the effective Higgs potential in the minimal supersymmetric standard model

Author(s): Markus Bobrowski, Guillaume Chalons, Wolfgang G. Hollik, and Ulrich NiersteThe parameters of the Higgs potential of the minimal supersymmetric standard model (MSSM) receive large radiative ... - Degenerate Higgs bosons decays to γγ and Zγ in the type II seesaw model

Author(s): M. Chabab, M. C. Peyranère, and L. RahiliUsing the most recent results of CMS and ATLAS, we study the Higgs decays to γγ and Zγ in the scenario where the two CP-even Higgs predicted by the ... - Leptophilic dark matter with Z′ interactions

Author(s): Nicole F. Bell, Yi Cai, Rebecca K. Leane, and Anibal D. MedinaWe consider a scenario where dark matter (DM) interacts exclusively with Standard Model leptons at tree level. Because of the a ... - Singlet extension of the MSSM as a solution to the small cosmological scale anomalies

Author(s): Fei Wang, Wenyu Wang, Jin Min Yang, and Sihong ZhouIn this work we show that the general singlet extension of the minimal supersymmetric standard model (MSSM) can naturally provide a self-i ... - Low scale unification of gauge interactions

Author(s): Pavel Fileviez Pérez and Sebastian OhmerWe investigate the possibility of realizing the unification of the Standard Model gauge interactions at the low scale in four dimensions. We find tha ... - High resolution numerical relativity simulations for the merger of binary magnetized neutron stars

Author(s): Kenta Kiuchi, Koutarou Kyutoku, Yuichiro Sekiguchi, Masaru Shibata, and Tomohide WadaWe perform high-resolution magnetohydrodynamics simulations of binary neutron star mergers in numerical … - Local momentum space and the vector field

Author(s): David J. TomsThe local momentum space expansion for the real vector field is considered. Using Riemann normal coordinates we obtain an expansion of the Feynman Green function up to and incl … - Cosmology in generalized Horndeski theories with second-order equations of motion

Author(s): Ryotaro Kase and Shinji TsujikawaWe study the cosmology of an extended version of Horndeski theories with second-order equations of motion on the flat Friedmann-Lemaître-Robertson-Walker ba … - Complex saddle points in QCD at finite temperature and density

Author(s): Hiromichi Nishimura, Michael C. Ogilvie, and Kamal PangeniThe sign problem in QCD at finite temperature and density leads naturally to the consideration of complex saddle points of the acti … - Nonrelativistic approximation of the Dirac equation for slow fermions in static metric spacetimes

Author(s): A. N. Ivanov and M. PitschmannWe analyze the nonrelativistic approximation of the Dirac equation for slow fermions, having small kinetic energies compared to their rest energy m and moving … - Spacetime effects on satellite-based quantum communications

Author(s): David Edward Bruschi, Timothy C. Ralph, Ivette Fuentes, Thomas Jennewein, and Mohsen RazaviWe investigate the consequences of space-time being curved on space-based quantum communication pr … - Center symmetry and area laws

Author(s): Thomas D. CohenSU(Nc) gauge theories containing matter fields may be invariant under transformations of some subgroup of the ZNc center; the maximum such subgroup is Zp, with p depending on … - Publisher’s Note: Stability of Reissner-Nordström black hole in de Sitter background under charged scalar perturbation [Phys. Rev. D 90, 044042 (2014)]

Author(s): Zhiying Zhu, Shao-Jun Zhang, C. E. Pellicer, Bin Wang, and Elcio Abdalla[Phys. Rev. D 90, 049904] Published Thu Aug 28, 2014 - Measurement of the ratio of Bc+ branching fractions to J/ψπ+ and J/ψμ+νμ final states

Author(s): R. Aaij et al. (LHCb Collaboration)The first measurement that relates semileptonic and hadronic decay rates of the Bc+ meson is performed using proton-proton collision data corresponding to … - Removing the gauge parameter dependence of the effective potential by a field redefinition

Author(s): N. K. NielsenThe gauge parameter dependence of the effective potential is determined by partial differential equations involving also the Higgs boson field expectation value. Solving these … - Reanalysis of the higher order perturbative QCD corrections to hadronic Z decays using the principle of maximum conformality

Author(s): Sheng-Quan Wang, Xing-Gang Wu, and Stanley J. BrodskyA complete calculation of the O(αs4) perturbative quantum chromodynamics (pQCD) corrections to the hadronic decay width of the Z boson h … - Natural inflation in supergravity and beyond

Author(s): Renata Kallosh, Andrei Linde, and Bert VercnockeSupergravity models of natural inflation and its generalizations are presented. These models are special examples of the class of supergravit … - Entanglement entropy and negative energy in two dimensions

Author(s): Eugenio Bianchi and Matteo SmerlakIt is well known that quantum effects can produce negative energy densities, though for limited times. Here we show in the context of two-dimensional confo … - Compton scattering in strong magnetic fields: Spin-dependent influences at the cyclotron resonance

Author(s): Peter L. Gonthier, Matthew G. Baring, Matthew T. Eiles, Zorawar Wadiasingh, Caitlin A. Taylor, and Catherine J. FitchThe quantum electrodynamical (QED) process of Compton scattering in stro … - Thermal tachyacoustic cosmology

Author(s): Abhineet Agarwal and Niayesh AfshordiAn intriguing possibility that can address pathologies in both early Universe cosmology (i.e. the horizon problem) and quantum gravity (i.e. nonrenormal … - Precision cosmology with Padé rational approximations: Theoretical predictions versus observational limits

Author(s): Alejandro Aviles, Alessandro Bravetti, Salvatore Capozziello, and Orlando LuongoWe propose a novel approach for parametrizing the luminosity distance, based on the use of rational “Padé” ap … - Integrated perturbation theory and one-loop power spectra of biased tracers

Author(s): Takahiko MatsubaraGeneral and explicit predictions from the integrated perturbation theory (iPT) for power spectra and correlation functions of biased tracers are derived and presented in t … - Self-gravitating interferometry and intrinsic decoherence

Author(s): Cisco Gooding and William G. UnruhTo investigate the possibility that intrinsic gravitational decoherence can be theoretically demonstrated within canonical quantum gravity, we develop a mo … - Connecting real-time properties of the massless Schwinger model to the massive case

Author(s): F. Hebenstreit and J. BergesQuantum electrodynamics in 1+1 space-time dimensions is analytically solvable for massless fermions, while no solution is known for massive fermions. Employing t … - One-loop renormalizable Wess-Zumino model on a bosonic-fermionic noncommutative superspace

Author(s): Yan-Gang Miao and Xu-Dong WangWe construct a deformed Wess-Zumino model on the noncommutative superspace where the bosonic and fermionic coordinates are no longer commutative with each othe … - Gluon propagator with two-loop Schwinger-Dyson equations

Author(s): Joseph Meyers and Eric S. SwansonGluon, ghost, and quark propagators are computed in the Schwinger-Dyson formalism. The full set of one-loop and two-loop contributions to the gap equations … - Validating the 2PI resummation: The Bloch-Nordsieck example

Author(s): A. Jakovác and P. MatiIn this work, we provide a numerical method to obtain the Bloch–Nordsieck spectral function at finite temperature in the framework of the 2-particle-irreducible (2PI) … - Decays Ξb→Λbπ and diquark correlations in hyperons

Author(s): Xin Li and M. B. VoloshinThe decays Ξb→Λbπ are strangeness changing weak transitions involving only the light diquark in the baryon. Thus these decays can test the properties of such diquar … - Nonlinear electromagnetic response in quark-gluon plasma

Author(s): Daisuke SatowWe perform the first systematic study of the nonlinear electromagnetic currents induced by the external electromagnetic field in quark-gluon plasma, in cases where the inhomoge … - Probing the XYZ states through radiative decays

Author(s): Li Ma, Zhi-Feng Sun, Xiao-Hai Liu, Wei-Zhen Deng, Xiang Liu, and Shi-Lin ZhuIn this work, we adopt the spin rearrangement scheme in the heavy quark limit and extensively investigate three c … - Breaking and restoration of rotational symmetry on the lattice for bound state multiplets

Author(s): Bing-Nan Lu, Timo A. Lähde, Dean Lee, and Ulf-G. MeißnerWe explore the breaking of rotational symmetry on the lattice for bound state energies and practical methods for suppressing this bre … - Charmless chiral perturbation theory for Nf=2+1+1 twisted mass lattice QCD

Author(s): Oliver Bär and Ben HörzThe chiral Lagrangian describing the low-energy behavior of Nf=2+1+1 twisted mass lattice QCD is constructed through O(a2). In contrast to existing results the effect … - Precise focus point scenario for a natural Higgs boson in the MSSM

Author(s): Bumseok Kyae and Chang Sub ShinA small Higgs mass parameter mhu2 can be insensitive to various trial heavy stop masses, if a universal soft squared mass is assumed for the chiral superpartn … - Axion cold dark matter: Status after Planck and BICEP2

Author(s): Eleonora Di Valentino, Elena Giusarma, Massimiliano Lattanzi, Alessandro Melchiorri, and Olga MenaWe investigate the axion dark matter scenario (ADM), in which axions account for all of the … - Nonlocal gravity and structure in the Universe

Author(s): Scott Dodelson and Sohyun ParkThe observed acceleration of the Universe can be explained by modifying general relativity. One such attempt is the nonlocal model of Deser and Woodard. Here w … - Nonthermal histories and implications for structure formation

Author(s): JiJi Fan, Ogan Özsoy, and Scott WatsonWe examine the evolution of cosmological perturbations in a nonthermal inflationary history with a late-time matter domination period prior to big bang … - Implications of a dark sector U(1) for gamma ray bursts

Author(s): Tom Banks, Willy Fischler, Dustin Lorshbough, and Walter TangarifeWe discuss the implications for gamma ray burst studies of a dark unbroken U(1)D sector that couples predominantly through … - Examination of a simple example of gravitational wave memory

Author(s): Alexander Tolish, Lydia Bieri, David Garfinkle, and Robert M. WaldWe examine a simple example of gravitational wave memory due to the decay of a point particle into two point particles. In … - Gribov ambiguity and degenerate systems

Author(s): Fabrizio Canfora, Fiorenza de Micheli, Patricio Salgado-Rebolledo, and Jorge ZanelliThe relation between Gribov ambiguity and degeneracies in the symplectic structure of physical systems is … - Slowly rotating black holes in Einstein-Dilaton-Gauss-Bonnet gravity: Quadratic order in spin solutions

Author(s): Dimitry Ayzenberg and Nicolás YunesWe derive a stationary and axisymmetric black hole solution in Einstein-Dilaton-Gauss-Bonnet gravity to quadratic order in the ratio of the spin angular m … - Thermodynamic interpretation of the generalized gravity models with geometry-matter coupling

Author(s): Tiberiu HarkoModified gravity theories with geometry-matter coupling, in which the action is an arbitrary function of the Ricci scalar and the matter Lagrangian [f(R,Lm) gravity], and of th … - Higher spin contributions to holographic fluid dynamics in AdS5/CFT4

Author(s): Seungjin Lee and Dimitri PolyakovWe calculate the graviton’s β function in the AdS string-theoretic sigma model, perturbed by vertex operators for Vasiliev’s higher spin gauge fields in AdS … - Evolution of nonlocal observables in an expanding boost-invariant plasma

Author(s): Juan F. PedrazaUsing the AdS/CFT correspondence, we compute analytically the late-time behavior of two-point functions, Wilson loops and entanglement entropy in a strongly coupled N=4 super … - Regular bulk solutions and black strings from dynamical braneworlds with variable tension

Author(s): D. Bazeia, J. M. Hoff da Silva, and Roldão da RochaRegular black strings solutions associated to a dynamical Friedmann-Robertson-Walker braneworld are obtained as a particular case of a bul … - Search for WWγ and WZγ production and constraints on anomalous quartic gauge couplings in pp collisions at s=8 TeV

Author(s): S. Chatrchyan et al. (CMS Collaboration)A search for WVγ triple vector boson production is presented based on events containing a W boson decaying to a muon or an electron and a neutrino, a … - Parallel lepton mass matrices with texture and cofactor zeros

Author(s): Weijian WangIn this paper we investigate the parallel texture structures containing texture zeros in the charged lepton mass matrix Ml and cofactor zeros in the neutrino mass matrix Mν. The … - Higgs boson production in e and real γ collisions

Author(s): Norihisa Watanabe, Yoshimasa Kurihara, Tsuneo Uematsu, and Ken SasakiWe investigate the Standard Model Higgs boson production in e-γ collisions. The electroweak one-loop contributions to th … - Cosmological constraints on very dark photons

Author(s): Anthony Fradette, Maxim Pospelov, Josef Pradler, and Adam RitzA ”dark photon” that mixes with the usual electromagnetic photon has cosmological consequences. The paper explores them for Big … - Vanishing Higgs potential at the Planck scale in a singlet extension of the standard model

Author(s): Naoyuki Haba, Hiroyuki Ishida, Kunio Kaneta, and Ryo TakahashiWe discuss the realization of a vanishing effective Higgs potential at the Planck scale, which is required by the multiple-poin … - Continuum study of various susceptibilities within thermal QED3

Author(s): Pei-lin Yin, Yuan-mei Shi, Zhu-fang Cui, Hong-tao Feng, and Hong-shi ZongIn this paper, the relations of four different susceptibilities (i.e., the chiral susceptibility, the fermion number … - Constraining the gravitational wave energy density of the Universe using Earth’s ring

Author(s): Michael Coughlin and Jan HarmsThe search for gravitational waves is one of today’s major scientific endeavors. A gravitational wave can interact with matter by exciting vibrations of elasti … - Radiative thermal noise for transmissive optics in gravitational-wave detectors

Author(s): Sheila Dwyer and Stefan W. BallmerRadiative losses have traditionally been neglected in the calculation of thermal noise of transmissive optical elements because for the most commonly used … - Can weak lensing surveys confirm BICEP2?

Author(s): Nora Elisa Chisari, Cora Dvorkin, and Fabian SchmidtThe detection of B-modes in the cosmic microwave background (CMB) polarization by the BICEP2 experiment, if interpreted as evidence for a … - Two scalar field cosmology: Conservation laws and exact solutions

Author(s): Andronikos Paliathanasis and Michael TsamparlisWe consider the two scalar field cosmology in a Friedmann Robertson Walker spatially flat spacetime where the scalar fields interact both in t … - Cosmological evolutions of F(R) nonlinear massive gravity

Author(s): De-Jun WuRecently a new extended nonlinear massive gravity model has been proposed which includes the F(R) modifications to the de Rham–Gabadadze–Tolley model. We follow the F(R) nonlinear … - Tensor mode backreaction during slow-roll inflation

Author(s): G. Marozzi and G. P. VaccaWe consider the backreaction of the long wavelength tensor modes produced during a slow-roll inflationary regime driven by a single scalar field in a spatially fla … - Efficient optimal non-Gaussian CMB estimators with polarization

Author(s): J. R. FergussonIn this paper we demonstrate an efficient method for including both CMB temperature and polarization data in optimal non-Gaussian estimators. The method relies on orthogonali … - Excision scheme for black holes in constrained evolution formulations: Spherically symmetric case

Author(s): Isabel Cordero-Carrión, Nicolas Vasset, Jérôme Novak, and José Luis JaramilloExcision techniques are used in order to deal with black holes in numerical simulations of Einstein’s equations … - Critical behavior of charged Gauss-Bonnet-AdS black holes in the grand canonical ensemble

Author(s): De-Cheng Zou, Yunqi Liu, and Bin WangWe study the thermodynamics in the grand canonical ensemble of D-dimensional charged Gauss-Bonnet-AdS black holes in the extended phase space. We find t … - Thermodynamic curvature and ensemble nonequivalence

Author(s): Alessandro Bravetti and Francisco NettelIn this work we consider thermodynamic geometries defined as Hessians of different potentials and derive some useful formulas that show their complem … - Supersymmetric electric-magnetic duality of hypergravity

Author(s): Claudio Bunster, Marc Henneaux, Sergio Hörtner, and Amaury LeonardHypergravity is the theory in which the graviton, of spin-2, has a supersymmetric partner of spin-5/2. There are “no-go” th … - Dynamical framework for KeV Dirac neutrino warm dark matter

Author(s): Dean J. Robinson and Yuhsin TsaiIf the source of the reported 3.5 keV x-ray line is a sterile neutrino, comprising an O(1) fraction of the dark matter (DM), then it exhibits the property th … - U(1) gauge field localization on a Bloch brane with Chumbes-Holf da Silva-Hott mechanism

Author(s): Zhen-Hua Zhao, Yu-Xiao Liu, and Yuan ZhongWe follow the Chumbes–Holf da Silva–Hott mechanism to study the (quasi)localization of the U(1) gauge field on the Bloch brane. The localization an … - Neutrino emission characteristics and detection opportunities based on three-dimensional supernova simulations

Author(s): Irene Tamborra, Georg Raffelt, Florian Hanke, Hans-Thomas Janka, and Bernhard MüllerThe neutrino emission characteristics of the first full-scale three-dimensional supernova simulations wit … - Zeta function regularization of the photon polarization tensor for a magnetized vacuum

Author(s): Jingyi Chao, Lang Yu, and Mei HuangIn this paper, we develop a systematic technique to regularize double summations of Landau levels and analytically evaluate the photon vacuum polarization … - Disordered holographic systems: Marginal relevance of imperfection

Author(s): Allan Adams and Sho YaidaWe continue our study of quenched disorder in holographic systems, focusing on the effects of mild electric disorder. By studying the renormalization group evolutio … - Study of e+e-→pp¯π0 in the vicinity of the ψ(3770)

Author(s): M. Ablikim et al. (BESIII Collaboration)The process e+e-→pp¯π0 has been studied by analyzing data collected at s=3.773 GeV, at s=3.650 GeV, and during a ψ(3770) line shape scan with the B … - Impossibility of the strong magnetic fields generation in an electron-positron plasma

Author(s): Maxim DvornikovWe examine the issue of whether a magnetic field can be amplified in a background matter consisting of electrons and positrons self-interacting within the Fermi model. For th … - Propagation of superluminal PeV IceCube neutrinos: A high energy spectral cutoff or new constraints on Lorentz invariance violation

Author(s): Floyd W. Stecker and Sean T. ScullyThe IceCube observation of cosmic neutrinos with Eν>60 TeV, most of which are likely of extragalactic origin, allows one to severely constrain Lorentz … - Generalized gravitomagnetic clock effect

Author(s): Eva Hackmann and Claus LämmerzahlIn general relativity, the rotation of a gravitating body like the Earth influences the motion of orbiting test particles or satellites in a non-Newtonian w … - Rapidly rotating black holes in dynamical Chern-Simons gravity: Decoupling limit solutions and breakdown

Author(s): Leo C. SteinRapidly rotating black holes are a prime arena for understanding corrections to Einstein’s theory of general relativity (GR). We construct solutions for rapidly rotating black h … - Publisher’s Note: Observational constraints on the averaged universe [Phys. Rev. D 85, 043506 (2012)]

Author(s): Chris Clarkson, Timothy Clifton, Alan Coley, and Rockhee Sung[Phys. Rev. D 90, 049903] Published Fri Aug 22, 2014 - Computation of the electromagnetic pion form factor from lattice QCD in the ε regime

Author(s): H. Fukaya, S. Aoki, S. Hashimoto, T. Kaneko, H. Matsufuru, and J. Noaki (JLQCD Collaboration)We calculate the electromagnetic pion form factor in lattice QCD with 2+1 flavors of the dynamic … - Constraints on and future prospects for two-Higgs-doublet models in light of the LHC Higgs signal

Author(s): Béranger Dumont, John F. Gunion, Yun Jiang, and Sabine KramlTo what extent is the 125.5 GeV Higgs-like resonance observed at the LHC, compatible with Two-Higgs-Doublet-Models (2HDMs) – one … - Exotic four quark matter: Z1(4475)

Author(s): Li Ma, Xiao-Hai Liu, Xiang Liu, and Shi-Lin ZhuMotivated by the LHCb’s recent confirmation of Z1(4475) as the JP=1+ resonance, we investigate various exotic interpretations of Z1(4475), whi … - Modeling the nongravitational acceleration during Cassini’s gravitation experiments

Author(s): O. Bertolami, F. Francisco, P. J. S. Gil, and J. PáramosIn this paper we present a computation of the thermally generated acceleration of the Cassini probe during its solar conjunction expe … - Self-organized criticality in a spherically closed cellular automaton: Modeling soft gamma repeater bursts driven by magnetic reconnection

Author(s): Ken’ichiro NakazatoA new cellular automaton (CA) model is presented for the self-organized criticality (SOC) in recurrent bursts of soft gamma repeaters (SGRs), which are interpreted as ava … - Logarithmic corrections to N≥2 black hole entropy

Author(s): Cynthia Keeler, Finn Larsen, and Pedro LisbãoBy means of a new efficient method for computing the one-loop corrections to the entropy of supersymmetric four-dimensional black holes, the log … - Note on the Petrov-like boundary condition at finite cutoff surface in gravity/fluid duality

Author(s): Yi Ling, Chao Niu, Yu Tian, Xiao-Ning Wu, and Wei ZhangPreviously it was shown that imposing a Petrov-like boundary condition on a hypersurface may reduce the Einstein equation to the incom … - Triple points and phase diagrams in the extended phase space of charged Gauss-Bonnet black holes in AdS space

Author(s): Shao-Wen Wei and Yu-Xiao LiuWe study the triple points and phase diagrams in the extended phase space of the charged Gauss-Bonnet black holes in d-dimensional anti-de Sitter space, where th … - Zero modes and divergence of entanglement entropy

Author(s): Krishnanand Mallayya, Rakesh Tibrewala, S. Shankaranarayanan, and T. PadmanabhanWe investigate the cause of the divergence of the entanglement entropy for the free scalar fields in (1+1) an … - Vacuum polarization and Casimir energy of a Dirac field induced by a scalar potential in one spatial dimension

Author(s): S. S. Gousheh, S. S. Mousavi, and L. ShahkaramiWe investigate the vacuum polarization and Casimir energy of a Dirac field coupled to a scalar potential in one spatial dimension. Both of the … - Large-N analysis of the critical behavior of the topological Ginzburg-Landau theory of self-dual Josephson junction arrays

Author(s): S. SakhiUsing large-N technique at fixed dimension (d=3), I examine the multicritical behavior of a U(N/2)×U(N/2) Ginzburg-Landau theory of two multicomponent complex fields interacting thr … - DGP braneworld with a bubble of nothing

Author(s): Keisuke Izumi and Tetsuya ShiromizuWe construct exact solutions with the bubble of nothing in the Dvali-Gabadadze-Porrati braneworld model. The configuration with a single brane can be cons … - Renormalized entanglement entropy flow in mass-deformed ABJM theory

Author(s): Kyung Kiu Kim, O-Kab Kwon, Chanyong Park, and Hyeonjoon ShinWe investigate a mass deformation effect on the renormalized entanglement entropy (REE) near the UV fixed point in (2+1)-dimensio … - Large tensor-to-scalar ratio from composite inflation

Author(s): Phongpichit Channuie and Khamphee KarwanThe claimed detection of the BICEP2 experiment on the primordial B-mode of cosmic microwave background polarization suggests that cosmic inflation po … - Search for anomalous production of events with three or more leptons in pp collisions at s=8 TeV

Author(s): S. Chatrchyan et al. (CMS Collaboration)A search for physics beyond the standard model in events with at least three leptons is presented. The data sample, corresponding to an integrated lu …