- Tests of the triple Higgs boson form factor in μ^{−} μ^{+} →HH

Author(s): G. J. Gounaris and F. M. RenardWe study the sensitivity of the process μ^{−}μ^{+}→HH to the q^{2} dependence of the HHH form factor, which can reflect the Higgs boson structure, especially … - Global analysis of the source and detector nonstandard interactions using the short baseline ν−e and ν [over ¯] −e scattering data

Author(s): Amir N. KhanWe present a global analysis of the semileptonic and purely leptonic nonuniversal and flavor-changing nonstandard neutrino interactions in all the known short-baseline neutrino— … - Determination of the WW polarization fractions in pp→W^{±} W^{±} jj using a deep machine learning technique

Author(s): Jacob Searcy, Lillian Huang, Marc-André Pleier, and Junjie ZhuThe unitarization of the longitudinal vector boson scattering (VBS) cross section by the Higgs boson is a fundamental predictio … - Jet substructure classification in high-energy physics with deep neural networks

Author(s): Pierre Baldi, Kevin Bauer, Clara Eng, Peter Sadowski, and Daniel WhitesonAt the extreme energies of the Large Hadron Collider, massive particles can be produced at such high velocities that … - Novel quark smearing for hadrons with high momenta in lattice QCD

Author(s): Gunnar S. Bali, Bernhard Lang, Bernhard U. Musch, and Andreas Schäfer (RQCD Collaboration)Hadrons in lattice QCD are usually created employing smeared interpolators. We introduce a new quar … - Gradient flow coupling in the SU(2) gauge theory with two adjoint fermions

Author(s): Jarno RantaharjuWe study SU(2) gauge theory with two fermion flavors in the adjoint representation. Using a clover improved HEX smeared action and the gradient flow running coupling allows … - Light propagation in the gravitational field of N arbitrarily moving bodies in the 1.5PN approximation for high-precision astrometry

Author(s): Sven ZschockeHigh-precision astrometry on sub-micro-arcsecond level in angular resolution requires accurate determination of the trajectory of a light-signal from the celestial light source … - Precise numerical estimation of the magnetic field generated around recombination

Author(s): Christian Fidler, Guido Pettinari, and Cyril PitrouWe investigate the generation of magnetic fields from nonlinear effects around recombination. As tight-coupling is gradually lost when app … - Inspiralling, nonprecessing, spinning black hole binary spacetime via asymptotic matching

Author(s): Brennan Ireland, Bruno C. Mundim, Hiroyuki Nakano, and Manuela CampanelliWe construct a new global, fully analytic, approximate spacetime which accurately describes the dynamics of nonprece … - Plebanski-like action for general relativity and anti-self-dual gravity

Author(s): Mariano Celada, Diego González, and Merced MontesinosWe present a new BF-type action for complex general relativity with or without a cosmological constant resembling Plebanski’s action, wh … - Holographic Fermi liquids in a spontaneously generated lattice

Author(s): James Alsup, Eleftherios Papantonopoulos, George Siopsis, and Kubra YeterWe discuss fermions in a spontaneously generated holographic lattice background. The lattice structure at the bounda … - Search for supersymmetry in pp collisions at sqrt[s] =8 TeV in final states with boosted W bosons and b jets using razor variables

Author(s): V. Khachatryan et al. (CMS Collaboration)A search for supersymmetry in hadronic final states with highly boosted W bosons and b jets is presented, focusing on compressed scenarios. The sear … - Testing nonstandard neutrino matter interactions in atmospheric neutrino propagation

Author(s): Animesh Chatterjee, Poonam Mehta, Debajyoti Choudhury, and Raj GandhiWe study the effects of nonstandard interactions on the oscillation pattern of atmospheric neutrinos. We use neutrino os … - Looking for chiral anomaly in Kγ→Kπ reactions

Author(s): M. I. Vysotsky and E. V. ZhemchugovIn an experiment currently being performed at the Institute for High Energy Physics, Serpukhov, Russia, a beam of charged kaons is directed on a copper ta … - Photon-jet ridge at RHIC and the LHC

Author(s): Amir H. RezaeianWe investigate long-range rapidity correlations of pairs of prompt photons and jets in the color glass condensate framework in proton-proton and proton-nucleus collisions at … - K→πℓ^{+} ℓ^{−} form factor in the large-N_{c} and cutoff regularization method

Author(s): Estefania Coluccio Leskow, Giancarlo D’Ambrosio, David Greynat, and Atanu NathIn a series of papers, Bardeen, Buras and Gérard have proposed a large-N_{c} method to evaluate hadronic weak m … - Quark matter in an SU(3) Nambu–Jona-Lasinio model with two types of vector interactions

Author(s): Peng-Cheng Chu, Bin Wang, Hong-Yang Ma, Yu-Min Dong, Su-Ling Chang, Chun-Hong Zheng, Jun-Ting Liu, and Xiao-Min ZhangWe investigate the properties of asymmetric quark matter and strange qua … - Fast estimator of Jacobians in the Monte Carlo integration on Lefschetz thimbles

Author(s): Andrei Alexandru, Gökçe Başar, Paulo F. Bedaque, Gregory W. Ridgway, and Neill C. WarringtonA solution to the sign problem is the so-called “Lefschetz thimble approach” where the domain of … - Quark flavor violating Higgs boson decay h→b [over ¯] s+bs [over ¯] in the MSSM

Author(s): M. E. Gómez, S. Heinemeyer, and M. RehmanWe study the quark flavor violating Higgs boson decay h→b[over ¯]s+bs[over ¯] in the minimal supersymmetric standard model (MSSM). The decay is anal … - Probing radiative neutrino mass models with dilepton events at the LHC

Author(s): Chahrazed Guella, Dounia Cherigui, Amine Ahriche, Salah Nasri, and Rachik SoualahIn this work, we investigate the possibility of probing a class of neutrino mass models at the LHC proton-pr … - Gluino coannihilation and observability of gluinos at LHC run II

Author(s): Pran Nath and Andrew B. SpisakThe observability of a gluino at LHC run II is analyzed for the case where the gluino lies in the gluino-neutralino coannihilation region and the mass gap betw … - Two Higgs doublet models with an S_{3} symmetry

Author(s): D. Cogollo and João P. SilvaWe study all implementations of the S_{3} symmetry in the two Higgs doublet models with quarks, consistent with nonzero quark masses and a Cabibbo-Kobayashi-Mask … - QCD sum rule study of a charged bottom-strange scalar meson

Author(s): C. M. Zanetti, M. Nielsen, and K. P. KhemchandaniUsing the QCD sum rule approach, we investigate the possible four-quark structure for the new observed B_{s}^{0}π^{±} narrow structure (D0). … - Electric conductivity of a hot hadron gas from a kinetic approach

Author(s): Moritz Greif, Carsten Greiner, and Gabriel S. DenicolWe calculate the electric conductivity of a gas of relativistic particles with isotropic cross sections using the Boltzmann equation as … - Information gain on reheating: The one bit milestone

Author(s): Jérôme Martin, Christophe Ringeval, and Vincent VenninWe show that the Planck 2015 and BICEP2/KECK measurements of the cosmic microwave background (CMB) anisotropies provide together an inf … - Another path for the emergence of modified galactic dynamics from dark matter superfluidity

Author(s): Justin KhouryIn recent work we proposed a novel theory of dark matter (DM) superfluidity that matches the successes of the ΛCDM model on cosmological scales while simultaneously reproducing … - Neutrino floor at ultralow threshold

Author(s): Louis E. StrigariBy lowering their energy threshold, direct dark matter searches can reach the neutrino floor with experimental technology that is now in development. The ^{7}Be flux can be … - Behavior of luminous matter in the head-on encounter of two ultralight BEC dark matter halos

Author(s): F. S. Guzmán, J. A. González, and J. P. Cruz-PérezWithin the context of ultralight Bose-Einstein condensate (BEC) dark matter, we analyze the head-on encounters of two structures. These str … - Analogy between rotation and density for Dirac fermions in a magnetic field

Author(s): Hao-Lei Chen, Kenji Fukushima, Xu-Guang Huang, and Kazuya MamedaWe analyze the energy spectra of Dirac fermions in the presence of rotation and magnetic field. We find that the Landau degen … - Quasinormal modes and a new instability of Einstein-Gauss-Bonnet black holes in the de Sitter world

Author(s): M. A. Cuyubamba, R. A. Konoplya, and A. ZhidenkoAnalysis of time-domain profiles for gravitational perturbations shows that Gauss-Bonnet black holes in a de Sitter world possess a new kind … - Mass inflation in Eddington-inspired Born-Infeld black holes: Analytical scaling solutions

Author(s): P. P. AvelinoWe study the inner dynamics of accreting Eddington-inspired Born-Infeld black holes using the homogeneous approximation and taking charge as a surrogate for angular momentum. W … - Bell operator and Gaussian squeezed states in noncommutative quantum mechanics

Author(s): Catarina Bastos, Alex E. Bernardini, Orfeu Bertolami, Nuno Costa Dias, and João Nuno PrataWe examine putative corrections to the Bell operator due to the noncommutativity in the phase space … - Hyperons in neutron stars within an Eddington-inspired Born-Infeld theory of gravity

Author(s): A. I. Qauli, M. Iqbal, A. Sulaksono, and H. S. RamadhanWe investigate the mass-radius relation of the neutron star (NS) with hyperons inside its core by using the Eddington-inspired Born-In … - Interparticle potential energy for D-dimensional electromagnetic models from the corresponding scalar ones

Author(s): Antonio Accioly, José Helayël-Neto, Gilson Correia, Gustavo Brito, José de Almeida, and Wallace HerdyUsing a method based on the generating functional plus a kind of “correspondence princip … - Unifying renormalization group and the continuous wavelet transform

Author(s): M. V. AltaiskyIt is shown that the renormalization group turns to be a symmetry group in a theory initially formulated in a space of scale-dependent functions, i.e., those depending on both … - Uncovering the matter-neutrino resonance

Author(s): D. Väänänen and G. C. McLaughlinMatter-neutrino resonances (MNRs) can drastically modify neutrino flavor evolution in astrophysical environments and may significantly impact nucleosynthesis … - Fermions on the worldsheet of effective strings via coset construction

Author(s): Ali MohsenIn this paper the detailed Coleman-Callan-Wess-Zumino procedure for introducing fermions on the world sheet of a string propagating in flat space-time is presented. The theory of … - Spectroscopy and flavor changing decays of B, B_{s} mesons in a Dirac formalism

Author(s): Manan Shah, Bhavin Patel, and P. C. VinodkumarIn the framework of the relativistic independent quark model, the mass spectra and decay properties of B and B_{s} mesons are obtained using a … - Running coupling in SU(2) gauge theory with two adjoint fermions

Author(s): Jarno Rantaharju, Teemu Rantalaiho, Kari Rummukainen, and Kimmo TuominenWe study SU(2) gauge theory with two Dirac fermions in the adjoint representation of the gauge group on the lattice. … - Gradient flow and scale setting on MILC HISQ ensembles

Author(s): A. Bazavov, C. Bernard, N. Brown, J. Komijani, C. DeTar, J. Foley, L. Levkova, Steven Gottlieb, U. M. Heller, J. Laiho, R. L. Sugar, D. Toussaint, and R. S. Van de Water (MILC Collaboration … - Test for a universal behavior of Dirac eigenvalues in the complex Langevin method

Author(s): Terukazu Ichihara, Keitaro Nagata, and Kouji KashiwaWe apply the complex Langevin (CL) method to a chiral random matrix theory (ChRMT) at nonzero chemical potential and study the nearest ne … - Modeling the Landau-gauge ghost propagator in 2, 3, and 4 spacetime dimensions

Author(s): Attilio Cucchieri, David Dudal, Tereza Mendes, and Nele VandersickelWe present an analytic description of numerical results for the ghost propagator G(p^{2}) in the minimal Landau gauge on … - Left-right asymmetry and 750 GeV diphoton excess

Author(s): D. T. Huong and P. V. DongWe propose left-right models based on SU(3)_{C}⊗SU(M)_{L}⊗SU(N)_{R}⊗U(1)_{X} gauge symmetry for (M,N)=(3,3),(2,3), and (3,2) that address the 750 GeV diphoton exce … - Gluon versus photon production of a 750 GeV diphoton resonance

Author(s): Csaba Csáki, Jay Hubisz, Salvator Lombardo, and John TerningThe production mechanism of a 750 GeV diphoton resonance, either via gluon or photon fusion, can be probed by studying kinematic … - Quantum coherent oscillations in the early universe

Author(s): Igor Pikovski and Abraham LoebCosmic inflation is commonly assumed to be driven by quantum fields. Quantum mechanics predicts phenomena such as quantum fluctuations and tunneling of the fie … - Coherent cascade conjecture for collapsing solutions in global AdS

Author(s): Ben Freivogel and I-Sheng YangWe analyze the gravitational dynamics of a classical scalar field coupled to gravity in asymptotically AdS spacetime, which leads to black hole formation on th … - Canonical Hamiltonian for an extended test body in curved spacetime: To quadratic order in spin

Author(s): Justin Vines, Daniela Kunst, Jan Steinhoff, and Tanja HindererThe study of extended test bodies in curved spacetime can capture important aspects of the two-body problem in general relativi … - New limits on the dark matter lifetime from dwarf spheroidal galaxies using Fermi-LAT

Author(s): Matthew G. Baring, Tathagata Ghosh, Farinaldo S. Queiroz, and Kuver SinhaDwarf spheroidal galaxies (dSphs) are promising targets for the indirect detection of dark matter through gamma-ray … - CFT driven cosmology and conformal higher spin fields

Author(s): A. O. BarvinskyConformal higher spin (CHS) field theory, which is a solid part of recent advanced checks of AdS/CFT correspondence, finds applications in cosmology. The hidden sector of wea … - Inflaton dark matter from incomplete decay

Author(s): Mar Bastero-Gil, Rafael Cerezo, and João G. RosaWe show that the decay of the inflaton field may be incomplete, while nevertheless successfully reheating the Universe and leaving a stable r … - White dwarfs in an ungravity-inspired model

Author(s): Orfeu Bertolami and Hodjat MarijiAn ungravity-inspired model is employed to examine the astrophysical parameters of white dwarf stars (WDs) using polytropic and degenerate gas approaches. B … - Towards robust gravitational wave detection with pulsar timing arrays

Author(s): Neil J. Cornish and Laura SampsonPrecision timing of highly stable millisecond pulsars is a promising technique for the detection of very low frequency sources of gravitational waves. In an … - Spin gravitational resonance and graviton detection

Author(s): James Q. QuachWe develop a gravitational analogue of spin magnetic resonance, called spin gravitational resonance, whereby a gravitational wave interacts with a magnetic field to produce a … - On the monogamy of holographic n-partite information

Author(s): S. Mirabi, M. Reza Tanhayi, and R. VazirianWe investigate the monogamy of holographic n-partite information for a system consisting of n disjoint parallel strips with the same width and sep … - Accuracy of binary black hole waveform models for aligned-spin binaries

Author(s): Prayush Kumar, Tony Chu, Heather Fong, Harald P. Pfeiffer, Michael Boyle, Daniel A. Hemberger, Lawrence E. Kidder, Mark A. Scheel, and Bela SzilagyiCoalescing binary black holes are among t … - Exterior field of slowly and rapidly rotating neutron stars: Rehabilitating spacetime metrics involving hyperextreme objects

Author(s): V. S. Manko and E. RuizThe 4-parameter exact solution presumably describing the exterior gravitational field of a generic neutron star is presented in a concise explicit form defined by onl … - Unitarity and vacuum deformation in QED with critical potential steps

Author(s): S. P. Gavrilov, D. M. Gitman, and A. A. ShishmarevThe present article can be considered as a complement to the work of Phys. Rev. D 93, 045002 (2016), where an nonperturbative approach to Q … - Supersymmetric electric-magnetic duality in D=3+3 and D=5+5 dimensions as foundation of self-dual supersymmetric Yang-Mills theory

Author(s): Hitoshi Nishino and Subhash RajpootWe present electric-magnetic (EM)-duality formulations for non-Abelian gauge groups with N=1 supersymmetry in D=3+3 and 5+5 space-time dimensions. We show … - Massless Lüscher terms and the limitations of the AdS_{3} asymptotic Bethe ansatz

Author(s): Michael C. Abbott and Inês AnicetoWithin the AdS/CFT framework, string theory in “integrable” curved backgrounds may also be described by Bethe ansatz equations. By carefully accounting for … - Possibility of measuring Adler angles in charged current single pion neutrino-nucleus interactions

Author(s): F. SánchezUncertainties in modeling neutrino-nucleus interactions are a major contribution to systematic errors in long-baseline neutrino oscillation experiments. Accurate modeling of neutr … - Degeneracies in long-baseline neutrino experiments from nonstandard interactions

Author(s): Jiajun Liao, Danny Marfatia, and Kerry WhisnantWe study parameter degeneracies that can occur in long-baseline neutrino appearance experiments due to nonstandard interactions (NSI) in neutr … - Sensitivity to Majorana neutrinos in ΔL=2 decays of B_{c} meson at LHCb

Author(s): Diego Milanés, Néstor Quintero, and Carlos E. VeraThe possible existence of Majorana neutrinos can be tested through the study of processes where the total lepton number L is violated by tw … - Nuclear effects in Drell-Yan pair production in high-energy pA collisions

Author(s): Eduardo Basso, Victor P. Goncalves, Michal Krelina, Jan Nemchik, and Roman PasechnikThe Drell-Yan (DY) process of dilepton pair production off nuclei is not affected by final state interact … - Canonical approach to finite density QCD with multiple precision computation

Author(s): Ryutaro Fukuda, Atsushi Nakamura, and Shotaro OkaIn this study, we calculated the dependence of thermodynamic observables, namely, pressure, baryon number density, and baryon susceptibility … - Chiral condensate in the Schwinger model with matrix product operators

Author(s): Mari Carmen Bañuls, Krzysztof Cichy, Karl Jansen, and Hana SaitoTensor network (TN) methods, in particular the matrix product states (MPS) ansatz, have proven to be a useful tool in analyzi … - Symmetry preserving truncations of the gap and Bethe-Salpeter equations

Author(s): Daniele Binosi, Lei Chang, Joannis Papavassiliou, Si-Xue Qin, and Craig D. RobertsWard-Green-Takahashi (WGT) identities play a crucial role in hadron physics, e.g. imposing stringent relati … - Pulsar acceleration shifts from nearby supernova explosion

Author(s): Darsh Kodwani, Ue-Li Pen, and I-Sheng YangWe show that when a supernova explodes, a nearby pulsar signal goes through a very specific change. The observed period first changes smoothly, the … - Causality, initial conditions, and inflationary magnetogenesis

Author(s): Christos G. TsagasThe post-inflationary evolution of inflation-produced magnetic fields, conventional or not, can change dramatically when two fundamental issues are accounted for. The firs … - Conformal gravity one-loop partition function

Author(s): Maria Irakleidou and Iva LovrekovićWe evaluate the one-loop partition function of conformal gravity in four dimensions around an AdS_{4} background, using the heat kernel techniques. We giv … - Stability and instability of Ellis and phantom wormholes: Are there ghosts?

Author(s): K. K. Nandi, A. A. Potapov, R. N. Izmailov, A. Tamang, and J. C. EvansIt is concluded in the literature that the Ellis wormhole is unstable under small perturbations and would either decay … - Entropy functionals and c-theorems from the second law

Author(s): Srijit Bhattacharjee, Arpan Bhattacharyya, Sudipta Sarkar, and Aninda SinhaWe show that for a general four derivative theory of gravity, only the holographic entanglement entropy functional … - Absence of equilibrium chiral magnetic effect

Author(s): M. A. ZubkovWe analyze the (3+1)D equilibrium chiral magnetic effect (CME). We apply derivative expansion to the Wigner transform of the two-point Green function. This technique allows us t … - Radiative corrections and the Palatini action

Author(s): F. T. Brandt and D. G. C. McKeonBy using the Faddeev-Popov quantization procedure, we demonstrate that the radiative effects computed using the first-order and second-order Einstein-Hilbert … - Anomalies, equivalence and renormalization of cosmological frames

Author(s): Mario Herrero-ValeaWe study the question of whether two frames of a given physical theory are equivalent or not in the presence of quantum corrections. By using field theory arguments, we c … - Quantum and thermal fluctuations in quantum mechanics and field theories from a new version of semiclassical theory

Author(s): M. A. Escobar-Ruiz, E. Shuryak, and A. V. TurbinerWe develop a new semiclassical approach, which starts with the density matrix given by the Euclidean time path integral with fixed coincidi … - Chern-Simons diffusion rate across different phase transitions

Author(s): Romulo Rougemont and Stefano Ivo FinazzoWe investigate how the dimensionless ratio given by the Chern-Simons diffusion rate Γ_{CS} divided by the product of the entropy density s and temper … - Correlating the skewness and kurtosis of baryon number distributions

Author(s): Wei-jie Fu and Jan M. PawlowskiThe skewness and the kurtosis of the baryon number distributions are computed within QCD-improved low energy effective models including quantum thermal and de … - Classifying the bosonic quartic couplings

Author(s): O. J. P. Éboli and M. C. Gonzalez–GarciaThe larger center-of-mass energy of the Large Hadron Collider Run 2 opens up the possibility of a more detailed study of the quartic vertices of the … - Elliptically oscillating classical solution in Higgs potential and the effects on vacuum transitions

Author(s): Yoshio Kitadono and Tomohiro InagakiWe investigate oscillating solutions of the equation of motion for the Higgs potential. The solutions are described by Jacobian elliptic functions. Class … - Decay B_{s} →ϕℓ^{+} ℓ^{−} in covariant quark model

Author(s): S. Dubnička, A. Z. Dubničková, A. Issadykov, M. A. Ivanov, A. Liptaj, and S. K. SakhiyevOur article is devoted to the study of the rare B_{s}→ϕℓ^{+}ℓ^{−} decay where ℓ=μ, τ. We compute the … - Probing R-parity violating supersymmetric effects in the exclusive b→cℓ^{−} ν [over ¯] _{ℓ} decays

Author(s): Ru-Min Wang, Jie Zhu, Hua-Min Gan, Ying-Ying Fan, Qin Chang, and Yuan-Guo XuMotivated by recent results from the LHCb, BABAR, and Belle Collaborations on B→D^{(*)}ℓ^{−}ν[over ¯]_{ℓ} decays, … - χ_{c0} (3915) as the lightest cc [over ¯] ss [over ¯] state

Author(s): Richard F. Lebed and Antonio D. PolosaThe state χ_{c0}(3915) has recently been demoted by the Particle Data Group from its previous status as the conventional cc[over ¯] 2^{3}P_{0} state, l … - η_{c} elastic and transition form factors: Contact interaction and algebraic model

Author(s): Marco A. Bedolla, Khépani Raya, J. J. Cobos-Martínez, and Adnan BashirFor the flavor-singlet heavy-quark system of charmonia in the pseudoscalar [η_{c}(1S)] channel, we calculate the elasti … - 750 GeV diphoton excess

Author(s): Wolfgang Altmannshofer, Jamison Galloway, Stefania Gori, Alexander L. Kagan, Adam Martin, and Jure ZupanWe explore several perturbative scenarios in which the diphoton excess at 750 GeV can … - 750 GeV diphoton resonance in a visible heavy QCD axion model

Author(s): Cheng-Wei Chiang, Hajime Fukuda, Masahiro Ibe, and Tsutomu T. YanagidaIn this paper, we revisit a visible heavy QCD axion model in light of the recent reports on the 750 GeV diphoton resona … - Two-photon decay of the Higgs bosons in a supersymmetric model with a CP-violating potential

Author(s): Noriyuki OshimoIn the supersymmetric standard model which is not minimal, the Higgs potential does not conserve CP symmetry generally. Assuming that there exists an SU(2)-triplet Higgs fiel … - First interpretation of the 750 GeV diphoton resonance at the LHC

Author(s): Stefano Di Chiara, Luca Marzola, and Martti RaidalWe scrutinize the evidences recently reported by the ATLAS and CMS collaborations for compatible 750 GeV resonances which appear in the dip … - Chiral spin-3/2 particles in a medium

Author(s): José F. Nieves and Sarira SahuWe consider the propagation of a chiral spin-3/2 particle in a background medium using the thermal field theory (TFT) method, in analogy to the cases of a spin … - Self-similar equilibration of strongly interacting systems from holography

Author(s): Ioannis Bakas, Kostas Skenderis, and Benjamin WithersWe study the equilibration of a class of far-from-equilibrium strongly interacting systems using gauge-gravity duality. The systems we a … - Optimal design of calibration signals in space-borne gravitational wave detectors

Author(s): Miquel Nofrarias, Nikolaos Karnesis, Ferran Gibert, Michele Armano, Heather Audley, Karsten Danzmann, Ingo Diepholz, Rita Dolesi, Luigi Ferraioli, Valerio Ferroni, Martin Hewitson, Mauro Hu … - Detection prospects of the Telescope Array hotspot by space observatories

Author(s): D. Semikoz, P. Tinyakov, and M. ZotovIn the present-day cosmic ray data, the strongest indication of anisotropy of the ultrahigh energy cosmic rays is the 20-degree hotspot observed by the … - Neutrino mass without cosmic variance

Author(s): Marilena LoVerdeMeasuring the absolute scale of the neutrino masses is one of the most exciting opportunities available with near-term cosmological data sets. Two quantities that are sensit … - Relaxion cosmology and the price of fine-tuning

Author(s): Stefano Di Chiara, Kristjan Kannike, Luca Marzola, Antonio Racioppi, Martti Raidal, and Christian SpethmannThe relaxion scenario presents an intriguing extension of the standard model in wh … - Fast large scale structure perturbation theory using one-dimensional fast Fourier transforms

Author(s): Marcel Schmittfull, Zvonimir Vlah, and Patrick McDonaldThe usual fluid equations describing the large-scale evolution of mass density in the universe can be written as local in the density, … - Conservative second-order gravitational self-force on circular orbits and the effective one-body formalism

Author(s): Donato Bini and Thibault DamourWe consider Detweiler’s redshift variable z for a nonspinning mass m_{1} in circular motion (with orbital frequency Ω) around a nonspinning mass m_{2}. We sho … - Near-horizon Kerr magnetosphere

Author(s): Samuel E. Gralla, Alexandru Lupsasca, and Andrew StromingerWe exploit the near-horizon conformal symmetry of rapidly spinning black holes to determine universal properties of their magnetos … - Gravitational collapse of Hagedorn fluids

Author(s): Daniele MalafarinaWe consider a toy model for the relativistic collapse of a homogeneous perfect fluid that takes into account an equation of state for high density matter, in the form of a … - Generalized Kadanoff-Baym relation in nonequilibrium quenched models

Author(s): A. L. M. Britto, Ashok K. Das, and J. FrenkelIn the context of a broad class of quenched models, we derive a generalized differential form of the Kadanoff-Baym (KB) ansatz which relates the … - Cancellation of infrared divergence in inclusive production of heavy quarkonia

Author(s): Gao-Liang ZhouA scheme is presented to cancel out topologically unfactorized infrared divergences in the inclusive production of heavy quarkonia, which affect the nonrelativistic QCD (NRQCD … - Measurement of the B_{s}^{0} →D_{s}^{(*)+} D_{s}^{(*)−} branching fractions

Author(s): R. Aaij et al. (LHCb Collaboration)The branching fraction of the decay B_{s}^{0}→D_{s}^{(*)+}D_{s}^{(*)−} is measured using pp collision data corresponding to an integrated luminosity of 1. …