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Author(s): Stefan Groote, Mikhail A. Ivanov, Jürgen G. Körner, Valery E. Lyubovitskij, Pietro Santorelli, and Chien-Thang TranIn the semileptonic decays of heavy mesons and baryons, the lepton-mass de … - Inclusive production of a heavy-light dijet system in hybrid high-energy and collinear factorization

Author(s): A. D. Bolognino, F. G. Celiberto, M. Fucilla, D. Yu. Ivanov, and A. PapaWe propose the study of the inclusive hadroproduction of a heavy-flavored jet in association with a light jet, as a p … - Energy-energy correlators in deep inelastic scattering

Author(s): Hai Tao Li, Yiannis Makris, and Ivan VitevThe energy-energy correlator (EEC) is an event shape observable which probes the angular correlations of energy depositions in detectors at high en … - Effects of a quark chemical potential on the analytic structure of the gluon propagator

Author(s): Yui Hayashi and Kei-Ichi KondoWe perform complex analyses of the gluon propagator at nonzero quark chemical potential in the long-wavelength limit, using an effective model with a gluon mas … - Theoretical study in the ${\overline{B}}^{0}→J/ψ{\overline{K}}^{*0}{K}^{0}$ and ${\overline{B}}^{0}→J/ψ{f}_{1}(1285)$ decays

Author(s): DaZhuang He, Xuan Luo, YiLing Xie, and Hao SunWe study the decay processes of ${\overline{B}}^{0}→J/ψ{\overline{K}}^{*0}{K}^{0}$ and ${\overline{B}}^{0}→J/ψ{f}_{1}(1285)$ to analyze the ${f … - Origin and resummation of threshold logarithms in the lattice QCD calculations of PDFs

Author(s): Xiang Gao, Kyle Lee, Swagato Mukherjee, Charles Shugert, and Yong ZhaoMany present lattice QCD approaches to calculate the parton distribution functions (PDFs) rely on a factorization formu … - Self-consistent determination of proton and nuclear PDFs at the Electron Ion Collider

Author(s): Rabah Abdul Khalek, Jacob J. Ethier, Emanuele R. Nocera, and Juan RojoWe quantify the impact of unpolarized lepton-proton and lepton-nucleus inclusive deep-inelastic scattering (DIS) cross … - Casimir entropy and nonlocal response functions to the off-shell quantum fluctuations

Author(s): G. L. Klimchitskaya and V. M. MostepanenkoThe nonlocal response functions to quantum fluctuations are used to find asymptotic expressions for the Casimir free energy and entropy at an arbit … - Tidal deformability of strange stars and the GW170817 event

Author(s): Odilon Lourenço, César H. Lenzi, Mariana Dutra, Efrain J. Ferrer, Vivian de la Incera, Laura Paulucci, and J. E. HorvathIn this work we consider strange stars formed by quark matter in the … - Partially constrained internal linear combination: A method for low-noise CMB foreground mitigation

Author(s): Y. Sultan Abylkairov, Omar Darwish, J. Colin Hill, and Blake D. SherwinInternal linear combination (ILC) methods are some of the most widely used multifrequency cleaning techniques employed … - Comparison of cosmic string and superstring models to NANOGrav 12.5-year results

Author(s): Jose J. Blanco-Pillado, Ken D. Olum, and Jeremy M. WachterWe compare the spectrum of the stochastic gravitational wave background produced in several models of cosmic strings with the commo … - Machine learning forecasts of the cosmic distance duality relation with strongly lensed gravitational wave events

Author(s): Rubén Arjona, Hai-Nan Lin, Savvas Nesseris, and Li TangWe use simulated strongly lensed gravitational wave events from the Einstein telescope to demonstrate how the luminosity and angular d … - Scalarized Einstein-Born-Infeld black holes

Author(s): Peng Wang, Houwen Wu, and Haitang YangThe phenomenon of spontaneous scalarization of Reissner-Nordström (RN) black holes has recently been found in an Einstein-Maxwell-scalar (EMS) model du … - Adiabatic waveforms for extreme mass-ratio inspirals via multivoice decomposition in time and frequency

Author(s): Scott A. Hughes, Niels Warburton, Gaurav Khanna, Alvin J. K. Chua, and Michael L. KatzWe compute adiabatic waveforms for extreme mass-ratio inspirals (EMRIs) by “stitching” together a long … - NUT charge weak gravity conjecture from dimensional reduction

Author(s): Sera Cremonini, Callum R. T. Jones, James T. Liu, Brian McPeak, and Yuezhang TangWe analyze the constraints on four-derivative corrections to 5d Einstein-Maxwell theory from the black hole … - Higher-twist fermionic operators and DIS structure functions from the $\mathrm{AdS}/\mathrm{CFT}$ duality

Author(s): David Jorrin and Martin SchvellingerThe role of local higher-twist ($τ>3$) spin-$1/2$ fermionic operators of the strongly coupled $\mathcal{N}=4$ supersymmetric Yang-Mills theory on the … - Interacting thermofield doubles and critical behavior in random regular graphs

Author(s): O. Valba and A. GorskyWe discuss numerically the nonperturbative effects in exponential random graphs which are analogue of eigenvalue instantons in matrix models. The phase structure of ex … - End of a black hole’s evaporation

Author(s): Fabio D’Ambrosio, Marios Christodoulou, Pierre Martin-Dussaud, Carlo Rovelli, and Farshid SoltaniAt the end of the Hawking evaporation the horizon of a black hole enters a physical region w … - Extraction of the proton mass radius from the vector meson photoproductions near thresholds

Author(s): Rong Wang, Wei Kou, Ya-Ping Xie, and Xurong ChenWe present an analysis of the proton mass radius by studying the $t$ dependence of the differential cross sections of the vector meson photop … - Relativistic corrections to decays of heavy baryons in the quark model

Author(s): Ahmad Jafar Arifi, Daiki Suenaga, and Atsushi HosakaWe investigate relativistic corrections of an order $1/{m}^{2}$, where $m$ is the constituent quark mass, to heavy baryon decays by emitt … - Thermalization of Yang-Mills theory in a ($3+1$)-dimensional small lattice system

Author(s): Tomoya Hayata and Yoshimasa HidakaWe study the real-time evolution of SU(2) Yang-Mills theory in a ($3+1$)-dimensional small lattice system after interaction quench. We numerically solve th … - Gluons in charmoniumlike states

Author(s): Wei Sun, Ying Chen, Peng Sun, and Yi-Bo Yang (χQCD Collaboration)The mass components of charmoniumlike states are investigated through the decomposition of QCD energy-momentum tensor (EMT) … - Probing dark matter with disappearing tracks at the LHC

Author(s): Alexander Belyaev, Stefan Prestel, Felipe Rojas-Abatte, and Jose ZuritaModels where dark matter is a part of an electroweak multiplet feature charged particles with macroscopic lifetimes du … - Detecting the polarization in ${χ}_{cJ}→ϕϕ$ decays to probe hadronic loop effect

Author(s): Qi Huang, Jun-Zhang Wang, Rong-Gang Ping, and Xiang LiuIn this work, we show that detecting the polarization information of ${χ}_{cJ}→ϕϕ(J=0,1,2)$ could be a practical way to test the hadro … - Spectra and composition of ultrahigh-energy cosmic rays and the measurement of the proton-air cross section

Author(s): Paolo LipariThe shape of the longitudinal development of the showers generated in the atmosphere by very high-energy cosmic ray particles encodes information about the mass composition of t … - Cannibal domination and the matter power spectrum

Author(s): Adrienne L. Erickcek, Pranjal Ralegankar, and Jessie SheltonDecoupled hidden sectors can easily and generically result in a period of cannibal domination, during which the dominant componen … - Running Hubble tension and a H0 diagnostic

Author(s): C. Krishnan, E. Ó Colgáin, M. M. Sheikh-Jabbari, and Tao YangHubble tension is routinely presented as a mismatch between the Hubble constant ${H}_{0}$ determined locally and a value inferre … - Nonunitarity problem in quantum gravity corrections to quantum field theory with Born-Oppenheimer approximation

Author(s): Federico Di Gioia, Giulia Maniccia, Giovanni Montani, and Jacopo NieddaThe problem of time is one of the most relevant open issues in canonical quantum gravity. Although there is a huge lit … - Critical behavior of charged AdS black holes surrounded by quintessence via an alternative phase space

Author(s): S. H. Hendi and Kh. JafarzadeConsidering the variable cosmological constant in the extended phase space has a significant background in the black hole physics. It has been shown that the th … - Observational constraints on Myrzakulov gravity

Author(s): Fotios K. Anagnostopoulos, Spyros Basilakos, and Emmanuel N. SaridakisWe use data from Supernovae Pantheon sample, from baryonic acoustic oscillations, and from cosmic chronometers measurem … - Pole skipping and Rarita-Schwinger fields

Author(s): Nejc Čeplak and David VeghIn this note we analyze the equations of motion of a minimally coupled Rarita-Schwinger field near the horizon of an anti–de Sitter-Schwarzschild geometry. We find … - Kinematics of arbitrary spin matter fields in loop quantum gravity

Author(s): Refik Mansuroglu and Hanno SahlmannLoop quantum gravity envisions a small scale structure of spacetime that is markedly different from that of the classical spacetime continuum. This has ra … - Studies of quantum-mechanical coherency effects in neutrino-nucleus elastic scattering

Author(s): V. Sharma, L. Singh, H. T. Wong, M. Agartioglu, J.-W. Chen, M. Deniz, S. Kerman, H. B. Li, C.-P. Liu, K. Saraswat, M. K. Singh, and V. Singh (TEXONO Collaboration)Neutrino-nucleus elastic s … - Pole and screening masses of neutral pions in a hot and magnetized medium: A comprehensive study in the Nambu–Jona-Lasinio model

Author(s): Bingkai Sheng, Yuanyuan Wang, Xinyang Wang, and Lang YuIn this work, we investigate not only the pole masses but also the screening masses of neutral pions at finite temperature and magneti … - Cross sections of inclusive $ψ(2S)$ and $X(3872)$ production from $b$-hadron decays in $pp$ collisions and comparison with ATLAS, CMS, and LHCb data

Author(s): B. A. Kniehl, G. Kramer, I. Schienbein, and H. SpiesbergerWe study the cross sections for the inclusive production of $ψ(2S)$ and $X(3872)$ hadrons in $pp$ collisions at the LHC at two diff … - Effects of nonstandard neutrino self-interactions and magnetic moment on collective Majorana neutrino oscillations

Author(s): Oleg G. Kharlanov and Pavel I. ShustovWe derive the effective Hamiltonian describing collective oscillations of Majorana neutrinos with a transition magnetic moment, allowing for the presen … - Gauged ${L}_{μ}−{L}_{τ}$ at a muon collider

Author(s): Guo-yuan Huang, Farinaldo S. Queiroz, and Werner RodejohannWe investigate the sensitivity of the projected TeV muon collider to the gauged ${L}_{μ}−{L}_{τ}$ model. Two processes are conside … - Extending the application of the light-cone sum rules method to low momenta using QCD renormalization-group summation: Theory and phenomenology

Author(s): S. V. Mikhailov, A. V. Pimikov, and N. G. StefanisWe show that using renormalization-group summation to generate the QCD radiative corrections to the $π−γ$ transition form factor, calculate … - Lensing of Dirac monopole in Berry’s phase

Author(s): Kazuo Fujikawa and Koichiro UmetsuBerry’s phase, which is associated with the slow cyclic motion with a finite period, looks like a Dirac monopole when seen from far away but smoothly chang … - No ${H}_{0}$ assistance from assisted quintessence

Author(s): Vivian I. Sabla and Robert R. CaldwellEarly dark energy, as a proposed solution to the Hubble tension, faces an additional “why now” problem. Why should dark energy emerge just prior to rec … - Probing gravity and growth of structure with gravitational waves and galaxies’ peculiar velocity

Author(s): A. Palmese and A. G. KimThe low-redshift velocity field is a unique probe of the growth of cosmic structure and gravity. We propose to use distances from gravitational wave (GW) detections, … - Hawking radiation by spherically-symmetric static black holes for all spins: Teukolsky equations and potentials

Author(s): Alexandre Arbey, Jérémy Auffinger, Marc Geiller, Etera R. Livine, and Francesco SartiniIn the context of the dynamics and stability of black holes in modified theories of gravity, we derive … - Entanglement on curved hypersurfaces: A field-discretizer approach

Author(s): Tal Schwartzman and Benni ReznikWe propose a covariant scheme for measuring entanglement on general hypersurfaces in relativistic quantum field theory. For that, we introduce an auxiliary r … - No-boundary wave function, Wheeler-DeWitt equation, and path integral analysis of the bouncing quantum cosmology

Author(s): Karthik Rajeev, Vikramaditya Mondal, and Sumanta ChakrabortyBouncing models are alternatives to inflationary cosmology that replace the initial big bang singularity by a “bouncing” phase. A … - Study of the reactions ${e}^{+}{e}^{−}→2({π}^{+}{π}^{−}){π}^{0}{π}^{0}{π}^{0}$ and $2({π}^{+}{π}^{−}){π}^{0}{π}^{0}η$ at center-of-mass energies from threshold to 4.5 GeV using initial-state radiation

Author(s): J. P. Lees et al. (BABAR Collaboration)We study the processes ${e}^{+}{e}^{−}→2({π}^{+}{π}^{−}){π}^{0}{π}^{0}{π}^{0}γ$ and $2({π}^{+}{π}^{−}){π}^{0}{π}^{0}ηγ$ in which an energetic photon i … - Probing axionlike particles with $γγ$ final states from vector boson fusion processes at the LHC

Author(s): Andrés Flórez, Alfredo Gurrola, Will Johns, Paul Sheldon, Elijah Sheridan, Kuver Sinha, and Brandon SoubasisWe perform a feasibility study to search for axionlike particles (ALPs) using vec … - Heavy axion opportunities at the DUNE near detector

Author(s): Kevin J. Kelly, Soubhik Kumar, and Zhen LiuWhile the QCD axion is often considered to be necessarily light ($≲\mathrm{eV}$), recent work has opened a viable and interesting parameter space … - $1↔2$ processes of a sterile neutrino around the electroweak scale in a thermal plasma

Author(s): Xue-Min Jiang, Yi-Lei Tang, Zhao-Huan Yu, and Hong-Hao ZhangIn this paper, we apply the Goldstone equivalence gauge to calculate the $1↔2$ processes of a sterile neutrino in a thermal plasm … - Strong-field Breit-Wheeler pair production in ${\mathrm{QED}}_{2+1}$

Author(s): A. Golub, S. Villalba-Chávez, and C. MüllerThe Breit-Wheeler pair production process in $2+1$ dimensional spacetime is investigated. In the perturbative regime, nonvanishing rates at the en … - Search for GeV neutrino emission during intense gamma-ray solar flares with the IceCube Neutrino Observatory

Author(s): R. Abbasi et al. (IceCube Collaboration)Solar flares convert magnetic energy into thermal and nonthermal plasma energy, the latter implying particle acceleration of charged particles such a … - Modeling in-ice radio propagation with parabolic equation methods

Author(s): S. Prohira et al. (Radar Echo Telescope)We investigate the use of parabolic equation (PE) methods for solving radio-wave propagation in polar ice. PE methods provide an approximate solution … - Study of efficient methods of detection and reconstruction of gravitational waves from nonrotating 3D general relativistic core collapse supernovae explosion using multilayer signal estimation method

Author(s): Soma Mukherjee, Gaukhar Nurbek, and Oscar ValdezIn the post-detection era of gravitational wave (GW) astronomy, core collapse supernovae (CCSN) are one of the most interesting potential sou … - Anomalies in the gravitational recoil of eccentric black-hole mergers with unequal mass ratios

Author(s): Miren Radia, Ulrich Sperhake, Emanuele Berti, and Robin CroftThe radiation of linear momentum imparts a recoil (or “kick”) to the center of mass of a merging black-hole binary system. Recen … - Black holes in ultraviolet-complete Hořava gravity

Author(s): Guillermo Lara, Mario Herrero-Valea, Enrico Barausse, and Sergey M. SibiryakovHořava gravity is a proposal for completing general relativity in the ultraviolet by interactions that violate … - Quantum torsion and a Hartle-Hawking beam

Author(s): João Magueijo and Tom ZlosnikIn the Einstein-Cartan framework the torsion-free conditions arise within the Hamiltonian treatment as second-class constraints. The standard strategy is to sol … - Accretion onto a small black hole at the center of a neutron star

Author(s): Chloe B. Richards, Thomas W. Baumgarte, and Stuart L. ShapiroWe revisit the system consisting of a neutron star that harbors a small, possibly primordial, black hole at its center, focusing … - Pair production due to an electric field in $1+1$ dimensions and the validity of the semiclassical approximation

Author(s): Silvia Pla, Ian M. Newsome, Robert S. Link, Paul R. Anderson, and Jose Navarro-SalasSolutions to the backreaction equation in $1+1$-dimensional semiclassical electrodynamics are obtained an … - Retarded field of a uniformly accelerated source in nonlocal scalar field theory

Author(s): Ivan Kolář and Jens BoosWe study the retarded field sourced by a uniformly accelerated particle in a nonlocal scalar field theory. While the presence of nonlocality regularizes the field at … - Bulk geometry in gauge/gravity duality and color degrees of freedom

Author(s): Masanori Hanada$\mathrm{U}(N)$ supersymmetric Yang-Mills theory naturally appears as the low-energy effective theory of a system of $N$ D-branes and open strings between them. Transverse sp … - Nested sampling with normalizing flows for gravitational-wave inference

Author(s): Michael J. Williams, John Veitch, and Chris MessengerWe present a novel method for sampling iso-likelihood contours in nested sampling using a type of machine learning algorithm known as no … - Cosmology without window functions: Quadratic estimators for the galaxy power spectrum

Author(s): Oliver H. E. PhilcoxConventional algorithms for galaxy power-spectrum estimation measure the true spectrum convolved with a survey window function, which, for parameter inference, must be c … - Charged dark matter and the ${H}_{0}$ tension

Author(s): Jose Beltrán Jiménez, Dario Bettoni, and Philippe BraxWe consider cosmological models where dark matter is universally charged under a dark Abelian gauge field. This new interaction is repu … - Trailhead for quantum simulation of SU(3) Yang-Mills lattice gauge theory in the local multiplet basis

Author(s): Anthony Ciavarella, Natalie Klco, and Martin J. SavageThe authors report the first calculations for an SU(3) gauge theory on a quantum computer, with results for the time evolution. They em … - Ultracompact binary pulsars as continuous dual-line gravitational wave sources

Author(s): Wen-Cong ChenBinary millisecond pulsars (MSPs) are detached systems consisting of a MSP and a He white dwarf. If the initial orbital periods of binary MSPs are shorter than 0.3 day, they wo … - Supernova constraint on self-interacting dark sector particles

Author(s): Allan Sung, Gang Guo, and Meng-Ru WuWe examine the constraints on sub-GeV dark sector particles set by the proto-neutron star cooling associated with the core-collapse supernova event SN198 … - Self-gravitating vector dark matter

Author(s): Peter Adshead and Kaloian D. LozanovWe derive the nonrelativistic limit of a massive vector field. We show that the Cartesian spatial components of the vector behave as three identical, non … - Cosmological parameter forecasts by a joint 2D tomographic approach to CMB and galaxy clustering

Author(s): José Ramón Bermejo-Climent, Mario Ballardini, Fabio Finelli, Daniela Paoletti, Roy Maartens, José Alberto Rubiño-Martín, and Luca ValenzianoThe cross-correlation between the cosmic microwav … - Scale-dependent halo bias and the squeezed limit bispectrum in the presence of radiation

Author(s): Charuhas Shiveshwarkar, Drew Jamieson, and Marilena LoverdeWe investigate the gravitational effect of large-scale radiation perturbations on small-scale structure formation. In addition to … - Axisymmetric, extremal horizons in the presence of a cosmological constant

Author(s): Eryk Buk and Jerzy LewandowskiAll axisymmetric solutions to the near-horizon geometry equation with a cosmological constant defined on a topological 2-sphere were derived. The regularity co … - Constraining the chameleon model with the HUST-2020 torsion pendulum experiment

Author(s): Yuan-Ling Zhao, Yu-Jie Tan, Wen-Hao Wu, Jie Luo, and Cheng-Gang ShaoThe chameleon model was proposed as a promising candidate for the dark energy screening mechanism. It is not straightforw … - Interacting conformal Carrollian theories: Cues from electrodynamics

Author(s): Kinjal Banerjee, Rudranil Basu, Aditya Mehra, Akhila Mohan, and Aditya SharmaWe construct the free Lagrangian of the magnetic sector of Carrollian electrodynamics. The construction relies o … - Note on the pragmatic mode-sum regularization method: Translational-splitting in a cosmological background

Author(s): Pau Beltrán-Palau, Adrián del Río, Sergi Nadal-Gisbert, and José Navarro-SalasThe point-splitting renormalization method offers a prescription to calculate finite expectation values of quad … - Entanglement negativity at large central charge

Author(s): Gautam Sengupta and Vinay MalvimatWe establish the large central charge behavior of the entanglement negativity for a mixed state configuration of a single interval enclosed between two int … - Conformal generation of an exotic rotationally invariant harmonic oscillator

Author(s): Luis Inzunza and Mikhail S. PlyushchayAn exotic rotationally invariant harmonic oscillator (ERIHO) is constructed by applying a nonunitary isotropic conformal bridge transformation (CBT) to … - Island finder and entropy bound

Author(s): Raphael Bousso and Arvin Shahbazi-MoghaddamIdentifying an entanglement island requires exquisite control over the entropy of quantum fields, which is available only in toy models. Here we p … - Universal class of type-IIB flux vacua with analytic mass spectrum

Author(s): Jose J. Blanco-Pillado, Kepa Sousa, Mikel A. Urkiola, and Jeremy M. WachterWe report on a new class of flux vacua generically present in Calabi-Yau compactifications of type-IIB string theo … - Physics reach of a low threshold scintillating argon bubble chamber in coherent elastic neutrino-nucleus scattering reactor experiments

Author(s): L. J. Flores et al. (CEνNS Theory Group at IF-UNAM, SBC Collaboration)The physics reach of a low threshold (100 eV) scintillating argon bubble chamber sensitive to coherent elastic neutrino … - Heat release in accreting neutron stars

Author(s): M. E. Gusakov and A. I. ChugunovObserved thermal emission from accreting neutron stars (NSs) in a quiescent state is believed to be powered by nonequilibrium nuclear reactions that heat the … - Proposed network to detect axion quark nugget dark matter

Author(s): Xunyu Liang, Egor Peshkov, Ludovic Van Waerbeke, and Ariel ZhitnitskyA network of synchronized detectors can increase the likelihood of discovering the QCD axion within the axion quark nugg … - Etched plastic searches for dark matter

Author(s): Amit Bhoonah, Joseph Bramante, Brian Courtman, and Ningqiang SongLarge panels of etched plastic, situated aboard the Skylab Space Station and inside the Ohya quarry near Tokyo, have been us … - Probing new light gauge bosons with gravitational-wave interferometers using an adapted semicoherent method

Author(s): Andrew L. Miller, Pia Astone, Giacomo Bruno, Sébastien Clesse, Sabrina D’Antonio, Antoine Depasse, Federico De Lillo, Sergio Frasca, Iuri La Rosa, Paola Leaci, Cristiano Palomba, Ornella J. … - Equation of state and radial oscillations of neutron stars

Author(s): Ting-Ting Sun, Zi-Yue Zheng, Huan Chen, G. Fiorella Burgio, and Hans-Josef SchulzeWe investigate radial oscillations of pure neutron stars and hybrid stars, employing equations of state of … - Thermodynamics of two aligned Kerr-Newman black holes

Author(s): H. García-Compeán, V. S. Manko, and C. J. Ramírez-ValdezUsing the notion of thermodynamic length, the first law of thermodynamics is consistently derived for two binary configurations of eq … - Reliability of parameter estimates in the first observing run of Advanced LIGO

Author(s): Suman Kulkarni and Collin D. CapanoAccurate parameter estimation is key to maximizing the scientific impact of gravitational-wave astronomy. Parameters of a binary merger are typically esti … - Tidal-heating and viscous dissipation correspondence in black holes and viscous compact objects

Author(s): Yotam SherfThe effect of energy absorption during the binary evolution of Exotic-compact-objects (ECOs) is extensively studied. We review the underlying mechanism that provides the energy d … - Four-point function of determinant operators in $\mathcal{N}=4$ SYM

Author(s): Edoardo VescoviWe calculate the four-point function of $1/2$-BPS (Bogomolnyi–Prasad–Sommerfield) determinant operators in $\mathcal{N}=4$ SYM (super Yang-Mills) at next-to-leading order at … - Sparse Sachdev-Ye-Kitaev model, quantum chaos, and gravity duals

Author(s): Antonio M. García-García, Yiyang Jia (贾抑扬), Dario Rosa, and Jacobus J. M. VerbaarschotWe study a sparse Sachdev-Ye-Kitaev (SYK) model with $N$ Majoranas where only $∼kN$ independent matrix … - Dynamic jet charge

Author(s): Zhong-Bo Kang, Xiaohui Liu, Sonny Mantry, M. C. Spraker, and Tyler WilsonWe propose a modified definition of the jet charge, the “dynamic jet charge,” where the constant jet momentum fracti … - Strange molecular partners of the ${Z}_{c}(3900)$ and ${Z}_{c}(4020)$

Author(s): Zhi Yang, Xu Cao, Feng-Kun Guo, Juan Nieves, and Manuel Pavon ValderramaQuantum chromodynamics presents a series of exact and approximate symmetries which can be exploited to predict new ha … - Laser-induced level shifts and splittings in multiphoton pair creation

Author(s): D. D. Su, Y. T. Li, Q. Su, and R. GrobeUsing numerical solutions to the Dirac equation, we examine the role of energy shifts on the energy spectrum of created positrons in the laser-induced … - New flavor physics in di- and trilepton events from single-top production at the LHC and beyond

Author(s): Yoav Afik, Shaouly Bar-Shalom, Amarjit Soni, and Jose WudkaThe associated production of a single-top with opposite-sign same-flavor (OSSF) dileptons, $pp→t{ℓ}^{+}{ℓ}^{−}$ and $pp→t{ℓ}^{+}{ℓ … - Hot QCD at finite isospin density: Confronting the SU(3) Nambu–Jona-Lasinio model with recent lattice data

Author(s): Bruno S. Lopes, Sidney S. Avancini, Aritra Bandyopadhyay, Dyana C. Duarte, and Ricardo L. S. FariasExtending our recently published SU(2) results for zero temperature, we now compute the QC … - Remarks on nuclear matter: How an ${ω}_{0}$ condensate can spike the speed of sound, and a model of $Z(3)$ baryons

Author(s): Robert D. PisarskiI make two comments about nuclear matter. First, I consider the effects of a coupling between the $O(4)$ chiral field, $\stackrel{→}{ϕ}$, and the ${ω}_{μ}$ meson, $∼+{\sta … - Revisiting fits to ${B}^{0}→{D}^{*−}{ℓ}^{+}{ν}_{ℓ}$ to measure $|{V}_{cb}|$ with novel methods and preliminary LQCD data at nonzero recoil

Author(s): Daniel Ferlewicz, Phillip Urquijo, and Eiasha WaheedWe present a study of fits to exclusive ${B}^{0}→{D}^{*−}{ℓ}^{+}{ν}_{ℓ}$ measurements for the determination of the Cabibbo-Kobayashi-Mask … - Charm jets as a probe for strangeness at the future Electron-Ion Collider

Author(s): Miguel Arratia, Yulia Furletova, T. J. Hobbs, Fredrick Olness, and Stephen J. SekulaWe explore the feasibility of the measurement of charm-jet cross sections in charged-current deep-inelast … - Predicting a new resonance as charmed-strange baryonic analog of ${D}_{s0}^{*}(2317)$

Author(s): Si-Qiang Luo, Bing Chen, Xiang Liu, and Takayuki MatsukiBy an unquenched quark model, we predict a charmed-strange baryon state, namely, the ${\mathrm{Ω}}_{c0}^{d}(1P,1/{2}^{−})$. Its mass … - Axial charge of the triton from lattice QCD

Author(s): Assumpta Parreño, Phiala E. Shanahan, Michael L. Wagman, Frank Winter, Emmanuel Chang, William Detmold, and Marc Illa (NPLQCD Collaboration)The axial charge of the triton is investigated us … - Quark distribution inside a pion in many-flavor ($2+1$)-dimensional QCD using lattice computations: UV listens to IR

Author(s): Nikhil KarthikWe study the changes in the short-distance quark structure of the Nambu-Goldstone boson when the long-distance symmetry-breaking scales are depleted controllably. We achieve t … - Millicharged cosmic rays and low recoil detectors

Author(s): Roni Harnik, Ryan Plestid, Maxim Pospelov, and Harikrishnan RamaniWe consider the production of a “fast flux” of hypothetical millicharged particles (mCPs) in the interstellar medium. We co … - Celestial-body focused dark matter annihilation throughout the Galaxy

Author(s): Rebecca K. Leane, Tim Linden, Payel Mukhopadhyay, and Natalia ToroIndirect detection experiments typically measure the flux of annihilating dark matter (DM) particles propagating freely thr …