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Author(s): Arpan Das, Wojciech Florkowski, and Radoslaw RyblewskiExact correspondence between Israel-Stewart theory and first-order causal and stable hydrodynamics is established for the boost-invaria … - Jet quenching parameters in strongly coupled anisotropic plasmas in the presence of magnetic fields

Author(s): Romulo RougemontI used the holographic gauge/gravity duality to systematically calculate the jet quenching parameters in strongly coupled anisotropic plasmas in the presence of external mag … - Collectivity of heavy mesons in proton-nucleus collisions

Author(s): Cheng Zhang, Cyrille Marquet, Guang-You Qin, Yu Shi, Lei Wang, Shu-Yi Wei, and Bo-Wen XiaoUsing a model based on the color glass condensate framework and the dilute-dense factorization, we … - Crossed two-Higgs-doublet models: Reduction of Yukawa parameters in the low-scale limit of left-right symmetry and other avatars

Author(s): Gustavo C. Branco, Dipankar Das, Miguel Levy, and Palash B. PalWe present new variants of the two-Higgs-doublet model where all Yukawa couplings with physical Higgs bosons are controlled by … - Searching for millicharged particles with superconducting radio-frequency cavities

Author(s): Asher Berlin and Anson HookWe demonstrate that superconducting radio-frequency cavities can be used to create and detect millicharged particles and are capable of extending the reach to cou … - Bottom-up approach within the electroweak effective theory: Constraining heavy resonances

Author(s): Antonio Pich, Ignasi Rosell, and Juan José Sanz-CilleroThe LHC has confirmed the existence of a mass gap between the known particles and possible new states. Effective field theory is then … - Linear response theory and effective action of relativistic hydrodynamics with spin

Author(s): David Montenegro and Giorgio TorrieriWe use linear response techniques to develop the previously proposed relativistic ideal fluid limit with a non-negligible spin density. We confirm previ … - Studying the ${D}_{1}D$ molecule in the Bethe-Salpeter equation approach

Author(s): Zhen-Yang Wang, Jing-Juan Qi, Jing Xu, and Xin-Heng GuoWe study the possible bound states of the ${D}_{1}D$ system in the Bethe-Salpeter (BS) formalism in the ladder and instantaneous appro … - Spin and flavor projection operators in the $SU(2{N}_{f})$ spin-flavor group

Author(s): Víctor Miguel Banda Guzmán, Rubén Flores-Mendieta, Johann Hernández, and Felipe de Jesús Rosales-AldapeThe quadratic Casimir operator of the special unitary $SU(N)$ group is used to constru … - Control of a filter cavity with coherent control sidebands

Author(s): Naoki Aritomi, Matteo Leonardi, Eleonora Capocasa, Yuhang Zhao, and Raffaele FlaminioFor broadband quantum noise reduction of gravitational-wave detectors, frequency-dependent squeezed vacu … - Impact of eccentricity on the gravitational-wave searches for binary black holes: High mass case

Author(s): Antoni Ramos-Buades, Shubhanshu Tiwari, Maria Haney, and Sascha HusaThe possible formation of stellar-mass binary black holes through dynamical interactions in dense stellar environments pr … - Hybrid equation of state approach in binary neutron-star merger simulations

Author(s): A. Figura, Jia-Jing Lu (陆家靖), G. F. Burgio, Zeng-Hua Li (李增花), and H.-J. SchulzeWe investigate the use of hybrid equations of state in binary neutron-star simulations in full general relati … - Describing Migdal effects in diamond crystal with atom-centered localized Wannier functions

Author(s): Zheng-Liang Liang, Lin Zhang, Fawei Zheng, and Ping ZhangRecent studies have theoretically investigated the atomic excitation and ionization induced by the dark matter–nucleus scattering, a … - Inflaton as the Affleck-Dine baryogenesis field in hilltop supernatural inflation

Author(s): Chia-Min Lin and Kazunori KohriIn this paper, we investigate the parameter space in the framework of hilltop supernatural inflation in which the inflaton field can play the role of Affleck- … - Spherical collapse in generalized dark matter models

Author(s): F. Pace, Z. Sakr, and I. TutusausThe influence of considering a generalized dark matter (GDM) model, which allows for a non-pressure-less dark matter and a nonvanishing sound speed in the n … - Gravitational lensing in black-bounce spacetimes

Author(s): J. R. Nascimento, A. Yu. Petrov, P. J. Porfírio, and A. R. SoaresIn this work, we calculate the deflection angle of light in a spacetime that interpolates between regular black holes and tr … - Schwinger effect in compact space: A real time calculation

Author(s): Yue Qiu and Lorenzo SorboWe compute the discharging rate of a uniform electric field due to Schwinger pair production in ($1+1$)-dimensional scalar electrodynamics with a compact dimension … - Charging the $\mathrm{O}\mathbf{(}N\mathbf{)}$ model

Author(s): Oleg Antipin, Jahmall Bersini, Francesco Sannino, Zhi-Wei Wang, and Chen ZhangWe determine, for the first time, the scaling dimensions of a family of fixed-charge operators stemming from th … - UV consistency conditions for Cachazo-He-Yuan integrands

Author(s): Laurentiu RodinaWe extend on-shell bootstrap methods from spacetime amplitudes to the world sheet objects of the Cachazo-He-Yuan formalism. We observe that the integrands corresponding to t … - Double copy of electric-magnetic duality

Author(s): Yu-tin Huang, Uri Kol, and Donal O’ConnellWe argue that the complex transformation relating the Schwarzschild to the Taub-NUT metric, introduced by Talbot, is in fact an electric-magnetic d … - New ${\mathrm{Λ}}_{b}(6072{)}^{0}$ state as a $2S$ bottom baryon

Author(s): K. Azizi, Y. Sarac, and H. SunduAs a result of continuous developments, the recent experimental searches lead to the observations of new particles at different hadronic channels. Among thes … - Triply-charmed dibaryon states or two-baryon scattering states from QCD sum rules

Author(s): Zhi-Gang WangIn this article, we construct the color-singlet-color-singlet type currents to study the scalar and axialvector ${\mathrm{Ξ}}_{cc}{\mathrm{Σ}}_{c}$ dibaryon states with QCD sum … - Hunt for sub-GeV dark matter at neutrino facilities: A survey of past and present experiments

Author(s): Luca Buonocore, Claudia Frugiuele, and Patrick deNivervilleWe survey the sensitivity of past and present neutrino experiments to MeV-GeV scale vector portal dark matter and find that these … - Smallest $\mathrm{SU}\mathbf{(}N\mathbf{)}$ hadrons

Author(s): Stefano ProfumoIf new physics contains new, heavy strongly interacting particles belonging to irreducible representations of SU(3) different from the adjoint or the (anti)fundamental, it is … - Problems with Lorentz violation originating from a cosmologically varying pseudoscalar field

Author(s): Sapan Karki and Brett AltschulLorentz- and $CPT$-violating models of electrodynamics with Chern-Simons terms are typically plagued by various sorts of instabilities. However, when the Chern … - Neutrino phenomenology in a left-right ${D}_{4}$ symmetric model

Author(s): Cesar Bonilla, Leon M. G. de la Vega, R. Ferro-Hernandez, Newton Nath, and Eduardo PeinadoWe present a minimal left-right symmetric flavor model and analyze the predictions for the neutrino … - Probing dark photons with plasma haloscopes

Author(s): Graciela B. Gelmini, Alexander J. Millar, Volodymyr Takhistov, and Edoardo VitaglianoDark photons (DPs) produced in the early Universe are well-motivated dark matter (DM) candidates. We sho … - Magnetohydrodynamic waves excited by a coupling between gravitational waves and a strongly magnetized plasma in binaries of neutron stars

Author(s): Adam S. Gontijo and Oswaldo D. MirandaCoalescence of binary neutron stars (BNSs) is one of the sources of gravitational waves (GWs) able to be detected by ground-based interferometric detec … - Merger rate distribution of primordial black hole binaries with electric charges

Author(s): Lang Liu, Zong-Kuan Guo, Rong-Gen Cai, and Sang Pyo KimWe consider gravitational radiation and electromagnetic radiation from point mass binary with electric charges in a Keplerian orbit, a … - Cosmic filaments from cosmic strings

Author(s): M. A. Fernandez, Simeon Bird, and Yanou CuiCosmic strings are generically predicted in many extensions of the Standard Model of particle physics. We propose a new avenue for detecting cosmi … - Study of cubic Galileon gravity using $N$-body simulations

Author(s): Jiajun Zhang, Bikash R. Dinda, Md. Wali Hossain, Anjan A. Sen, and Wentao LuoWe use $N$-body simulation to study the structure formation in the cubic Galileon gravity model where along with … - Impulsive waves in ghost-free infinite derivative gravity in anti–de Sitter spacetime

Author(s): Suat Dengiz, Ercan Kilicarslan, Ivan Kolář, and Anupam MazumdarWe study exact impulsive gravitational waves propagating in anti–de Sitter spacetime in the context of the ghost-free infinite … - Measuring the shape of a black hole photon ring

Author(s): Samuel E. GrallaGeneral relativity predicts that gravitational lensing near black holes will produce narrow “photon rings” on images. Building on recent work of Johnson, Lupsasca et al. foc … - Global asymptotic dynamics of cosmological Einsteinian cubic gravity

Author(s): Israel Quiros, Ricardo García-Salcedo, Tame Gonzalez, Jorge Luis Morales Martínez, and Ulises NucamendiWe investigate the cosmological dynamics of an up to cubic curvature correction to gen … - Chaotic particle motion around a homogeneous circular ring

Author(s): Takahisa IgataWe consider test particle motion in a gravitational field generated by a homogeneous circular ring placed in $n$-dimensional Euclidean space. We observe that there exist no st … - Turning a Newtonian analogy for FLRW cosmology into a relativistic problem

Author(s): Valerio Faraoni and Farah AtiehA Newtonian uniform ball expanding in empty space constitutes a common heuristic analogy for FLRW cosmology. We discuss possible implementations of the corres … - $T\overline{T}$, the entanglement wedge cross section, and the breakdown of the split property

Author(s): Meseret Asrat and Jonah Kudler-FlamWe consider fine-grained probes of the entanglement structure of two-dimensional conformal field theories deformed by the irrelevant double-trace operator … - Quantum Oppenheimer-Snyder model

Author(s): Włodzimierz Piechocki and Tim SchmitzWe construct two reduced quantum theories for the Oppenheimer-Snyder model, respectively taking the point of view of the comoving and the exterior stati … - Search for millicharged particles in proton-proton collisions at $\sqrt{s}=13\text{ }\text{ }\mathrm{TeV}$

Author(s): A. Ball et al.We report on a search for elementary particles with charges much smaller than the electron charge using a data sample of proton-proton collisions provided by the CERN Large Ha … - Parton distribution function for the gluon condensate

Author(s): Yoshitaka Hatta and Yong ZhaoMotivated by the desire to understand the nucleon mass structure in terms of light-cone distributions, we introduce the twist-four parton distribution function … - One-loop matching for the twist-3 parton distribution ${g}_{T}(x)$

Author(s): Shohini Bhattacharya, Krzysztof Cichy, Martha Constantinou, Andreas Metz, Aurora Scapellato, and Fernanda SteffensPerturbative matching relates the parton quasidistributions, defined by Euc … - Resummation for $2→n$ processes in single-particle-inclusive kinematics

Author(s): Matthew Forslund and Nikolaos KidonakisWe present a formalism and detailed analytical results for soft-gluon resummation for $2→n$ processes in single-particle-inclusive (1PI) kinematics. T … - Visualization of center vortex structure

Author(s): James C. Biddle, Waseem Kamleh, and Derek B. LeinweberThe center vortex structure of the $SU(3)$ gauge field vacuum is explored through the use of novel visualization techniques. The lattic … - Vectorlike leptons and inert scalar triplet: Lepton flavor violation, $g−2$, and collider searches

Author(s): A. S. de Jesus, S. Kovalenko, F. S. Queiroz, C. Siqueira, and K. SinhaWe investigate simplified models involving an inert scalar triplet and vectorlike leptons that can account for the muon … - Towards the QED beta function and renormalons at $1/{N}_{f}^{2}$ and $1/{N}_{f}^{3}$

Author(s): Nicola Andrea Dondi, Gerald V. Dunne, Manuel Reichert, and Francesco SanninoWe determine the $1/{N}_{f}^{2}$ and $1/{N}_{f}^{3}$ contributions to the QED beta function stemming from the clo … - Enhancement near the $\overline{p}\mathrm{Λ}$ threshold in the ${χ}_{c0}→\overline{p}{K}^{+}\mathrm{Λ}$ reaction

Author(s): Guan-Ying Wang, Man-Yu Duan, En Wang, and De-Min LiWe have analyzed the reaction ${χ}_{c0}→\overline{p}{K}^{+}\mathrm{Λ}$ reported by the BESIII Collaboration, taking into account the contr … - Photon propagation in nontrivial backgrounds

Author(s): Palash B. PalPropagation of photons (or of any spin-1 boson) is of interest in different kinds of nontrivial background, including a thermal bath, or a background magnetic field, or both. W … - Chiral anomaly and the pion properties in the light-front quark model

Author(s): Ho-Meoyng Choi and Chueng-Ryong JiWe explore the link between the chiral symmetry of QCD and the numerical results of the light-front quark model, analyzing both the two-point and three-poi … - Numerical modeling and experimental demonstration of pulsed charge control for the space inertial sensor used in LISA

Author(s): H. Inchauspé, T. Olatunde, S. Apple, S. Parry, B. Letson, N. Turetta, G. Mueller, P. J. Wass, and J. W. ConklinElectrostatic charge control of isolated free-falling test masses is a key ena … - The mass gap, the spin gap, and the origin of merging binary black holes

Author(s): Vishal Baibhav, Davide Gerosa, Emanuele Berti, Kaze W. K. Wong, Thomas Helfer, and Matthew MouldTwo of the dominant channels to produce the black-hole binary mergers observed by LIGO and Vi … - Core collapse in massive scalar-tensor gravity

Author(s): Roxana Rosca-Mead, Ulrich Sperhake, Christopher J. Moore, Michalis Agathos, Davide Gerosa, and Christian D. OttThis paper provides an extended exploration of the inverse-chirp gravitational … - Do black hole shadows merge?

Author(s): Kazumasa Okabayashi, Nobuyuki Asaka, and Ken-ichi NakaoThe so-called black hole shadow is not a silhouette of a black hole but an image of a collapsing object or a white hole. Hence it is n … - Does the shape of the shadow of a black hole depend on motional status of an observer?

Author(s): Zhe Chang and Qing-Hua ZhuIn a recent work on rotating black hole shadows [Z. Chang and Q.-H. Zhu, Phys. Rev. D 101, 084029 (2020)], we proposed a new approach for calculating size and shap … - Can the dynamics of test particles around charged stringy black holes mimic the spin of Kerr black holes?

Author(s): Bakhtiyor Narzilloev, Javlon Rayimbaev, Sanjar Shaymatov, Ahmadjon Abdujabbarov, Bobomurat Ahmedov, and Cosimo BambiWe study the motion of electrically charged particles, magnetic monopoles … - Excited hairy black holes: Dynamical construction and level transitions

Author(s): Pablo Bosch, Stephen R. Green, Luis Lehner, and Hugo RoussilleWe study the dynamics of unstable Reissner-Nordström anti–de Sitter black holes under charged scalar field perturbations in sph … - Quasinormal modes of charged fields in Reissner-Nordström backgrounds by Borel-Padé summation of Bender-Wu series

Author(s): Dan Stefan Eniceicu and Matthew ReeceWe extend recent work of Hatsuda on the computation of quasinormal mode frequencies via analytic continuation of bound state energies and Borel-Padé res … - Casimir energy and topological mass for a massive scalar field with Lorentz violation

Author(s): M. B. Cruz, E. R. Bezerra de Mello, and H. F. Santana MotaA Lorentz symmetry violation aether-type theoretical model is considered to investigate the Casimir effect and the generation of to … - Compact, charged boson stars and shells in the $\mathbb{C}{P}^{N}$ gravitating nonlinear sigma model

Author(s): Nobuyuki Sawado and Shota YanaiWe study $U(1)$ gauged gravitating compact $Q$-ball, $Q$-shell solutions in a nonlinear sigma model with the target space $\mathbb{C}{P}^{N}$. The models with … - Restricted Weyl symmetry

Author(s): Ichiro OdaWe discuss the physics of a restricted Weyl symmetry in a curved space-time where a gauge parameter $\mathrm{Ω}(x)$ of Weyl transformation satisfies a constraint $□\mathrm{Ω}=0$. … - Measurement of charged pion double spin asymmetries at midrapidity in longitudinally polarized $p+p$ collisions at $\sqrt{s}=510\text{ }\text{ }\mathrm{GeV}$

Author(s): U. Acharya et al. (PHENIX Collaboration)The PHENIX experiment at the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider has measured the longitudinal double spin asymmetries, ${A}_{LL}$, for charged pions at … - Testing triplet fermions at the electron-positron and electron-proton colliders using fat jet signatures

Author(s): Arindam Das, Sanjoy Mandal, and Tanmoy ModakThe addition of $SU(2{)}_{L}$ triplet fermions of zero hypercharge with the Standard Model (SM) helps to explain the origin of the neutrino mass … - Bottom-charmed meson spectrum from a QCD approach based on the Tamm-Dancoff approximation

Author(s): L. M. Abreu, F. M. da Costa Júnior, and A. G. FaveroThe bottom-charmed meson spectrum is studied via an effective version of the Coulomb gauge QCD Hamiltonian. The Tamm-Dancoff approximatio … - Semileptonic decays of heavy mesons with artificial neural networks

Author(s): Cody M. Grant, Ayesh Gunawardana, and Alexey A. PetrovExperimental checks of the second row unitarity of the Cabibbo-Kobayashi-Maskawa (CKM) matrix involve extractions of the matrix element … - Ward identity of the vector current and the decay rate of ${η}_{c}→γγ$ in lattice QCD

Author(s): Chuan Liu, Yu Meng, and Ke-Long ZhangUsing a recently proposed method [Y. Meng, C. Liu, and K. L. Zhang, arXiv:1910.11597v3], we study the two-photon decay rate of ${η}_{c}$ using two ${N}_ … - Effect of stout smearing on the phase diagram from multiparameter reweighting in lattice QCD

Author(s): M. Giordano, K. Kapas, S. D. Katz, D. Nogradi, and A. PasztorThe phase diagram and the location of the critical endpoint (CEP) of lattice QCD with unimproved staggered fermions on a ${N}_{t … - Using $\overline{p}p$ and ${e}^{+}{e}^{−}$ annihilation data to refine bounds on the baryon-number-violating dinucleon decays $nn→{e}^{+}{e}^{−}$ and $nn→{μ}^{+}{μ}^{−}$

Author(s): Shmuel Nussinov and Robert ShrockWe use $\overline{p}p$ and ${e}^{+}{e}^{−}$ annihilation data to further strengthen lower bounds on the partial lifetimes for the baryon-number-violating di … - Symmetric point flavor singlet axial vector current renormalization at two loops

Author(s): J. A. GraceyWe calculate the two loop correction to the quark 2-point function with the nonzero momentum insertion of the flavor singlet axial vector current at the fully symmetric subtract … - Local-gravity test of unified models of inflation and dark energy in $f(R)$ gravity

Author(s): Mai Yashiki, Nobuyuki Sakai, and Ryo SaitoWe consider $f(R)$ gravity theories which unify ${R}^{n}$ inflation and dark energy models. First, from the final Planck data of the cosmic microwa … - Constraints on primordial black holes: The importance of accretion

Author(s): V. De Luca, G. Franciolini, P. Pani, and A. RiottoWe consider the constraints on the fraction of dark matter in the universe in the form of primordial black holes taking into account the cr … - Local self-tuning mechanism for the cosmological constant

Author(s): Daniel Sobral Blanco and Lucas LombriserRecently the global variation of the Planck mass in the general relativistic Einstein-Hilbert action was proposed as a self-tuning mechanism of the c … - Early dark energy does not restore cosmological concordance

Author(s): J. Colin Hill, Evan McDonough, Michael W. Toomey, and Stephon AlexanderThe authors provide a thorough study of a popular scenario (early dark energy EDE) to alleviate the tension in the mea … - Horizon induces instability locally and creates quantum thermality

Author(s): Surojit Dalui, Bibhas Ranjan Majhi, and Pankaj MishraThe classical Hamiltonian for a chargeless and massless particle in a very near-horizon region is shown to be of the form $H∼xp$ as long … - Are ultraspinning Kerr-Sen-${\mathrm{AdS}}_{4}$ black holes always superentropic?

Author(s): Di Wu, Puxun Wu, Hongwei Yu, and Shuang-Qing WuWe study thermodynamics of the four-dimensional Kerr-Sen-AdS black hole and its ultraspinning counterpart and verify that both black holes ful … - Electric multipole fields of higher-dimensional massive bodies

Author(s): Matthew S. FoxIt was shown in a recent paper [J. Math. Phys. (N.Y.) 60, 102502 (2019)] that slowly lowering an electric charge into a Schwarzschild-Tangherlini (ST) black hole endows the fi … - Probing modified gravity theories and cosmology using gravitational-waves and associated electromagnetic counterparts

Author(s): S. Mastrogiovanni, D. A. Steer, and M. BarsugliaThe direct detection of gravitational waves by the LIGO/Virgo Collaboration has opened a new window with which to measure cosmological parame … - Unruh effect for detectors in superposition of accelerations

Author(s): Luis C. Barbado, Esteban Castro-Ruiz, Luca Apadula, and Časlav BruknerThe Unruh effect is the phenomenon that accelerated observers detect particles even when inertial observers experience … - Fermion transfer in the ${ϕ}^{4}$ model with a half-BPS preserving impurity

Author(s): João G. F. Campos and Azadeh MohammadiWe study a fermion field coupled to a scalar via a Yukawa term. The scalar field is the ${ϕ}^{4}$ model with an impurity that preserves half of the Bog … - Renormalization group improvement of the effective potential in six dimensions

Author(s): Huan Souza, L. Ibiapina Bevilaqua, and A. C. LehumUsing the renormalization group improvement technique, we study the effective potential of a model consisting of $N$ scalar fields ${ϕ}^{i} … - Loop Fayet-Iliopoulos terms in ${T}^{2}/{Z}_{2}$ models: Instability and moduli stabilization

Author(s): Hiroyuki Abe, Tatsuo Kobayashi, Shohei Uemura, and Junji YamamotoWe study Fayet-Iliopoulos (FI) terms of six-dimensional supersymmetric Abelian gauge theory compactified on a ${T}^{2}/{Z}_{ … - Extension to imaginary chemical potential in a holographic model

Author(s): Kazuo Ghoroku, Kouji Kashiwa, Yoshimasa Nakano, Motoi Tachibana, and Fumihiko ToyodaWe extend a bottom-up holographic model, which has been used in studying the color superconductivity in Q … - Erratum: Directed searches for gravitational waves from ultralight bosons [Phys. Rev. D 99, 084042 (2019)]

Author(s): Maximiliano Isi, Ling Sun, Richard Brito, and Andrew MelatosThis erratum reports two inconsistencies in the definitions of the gravitational-wave (GW) amplitude ${h}_{0}$ across the differe … - Sensitivity of EDM experiments in paramagnetic atoms and molecules to hadronic $CP$ violation

Author(s): V. V. Flambaum, M. Pospelov, A. Ritz, and Y. V. StadnikExperiments searching for the electric dipole moment (EDM) of the electron ${d}_{e}$ utilize atomic/molecular states with one or more … - Enhancing scalar productions with leptoquarks at the LHC

Author(s): Arvind Bhaskar, Debottam Das, Bibhabasu De, and Subhadip MitraThe Standard Model (SM), when extended with a leptoquark (LQ) and right-handed neutrinos, can have interesting new implications … - Mellin transform approach to rephasing invariants

Author(s): Jean-François Fortin, Nicolas Giasson, Luc Marleau, and Jasmine Pelletier-DumontIn the low-energy effective theory of neutrinos, the Haar measure for unitary matrices is very likely to give … - Multifractality in the general cosmological solution of Einstein’s equations

Author(s): John D. BarrowWe demonstrate the scale invariance of the vacuum Bianchi type IX equations and use this to argue for the possibility of multifractal turbulence as a realization of the sugges … - Limits from the FUNK experiment on the mixing strength of hidden-photon dark matter in the visible and near-ultraviolet wavelength range

Author(s): Arnaud Andrianavalomahefa, Christoph M. Schäfer, Darko Veberič, Ralph Engel, Thomas Schwetz, Hermann-Josef Mathes, Kai Daumiller, Markus Roth, David Schmidt, Ralf Ulrich, Babette Döbrich, J … - Quantifying the effect of cooled initial conditions on cosmic string network evolution

Author(s): J. R. C. C. C. Correia and C. J. A. P. MartinsQuantitative studies of the evolution and cosmological consequences of networks of cosmic strings (or other topological defects) require a comb … - Hawking flux from a black hole with nonlinear supertranslation hair

Author(s): Feng-Li Lin and Shingo TakeuchiWe study the Hawking flux from a black hole with soft hair by the anomaly cancellation method proposed by Robinson and Wilczek. Unlike the earlier studies con … - Accelerating black holes: Quasinormal modes and late-time tails

Author(s): Kyriakos Destounis, Rodrigo D. B. Fontana, and Filipe C. MenaBlack holes found in binaries move at very high velocities relative to our own reference frame and can accelerate due to the emi … - Universal pieces of holographic entanglement entropy and holographic subregion complexity

Author(s): Sunandan Gangopadhyay, Dharmesh Jain, and Ashis SahaWe propose that the definition of holographic subregion complexity needs a slight modification for supergravity solutions with warped ant … - Spin alignment of vector mesons in high energy $pp$ collisions

Author(s): Kai-bao Chen, Zuo-tang Liang, Yu-kun Song, and Shu-yi WeiThe spin alignment of vector mesons produced in high energy reactions is determined by the spin-dependent fragmentation function ${D … - Towards a semiclassical description of QCD vacuum around ${T}_{c}$

Author(s): Rasmus N. Larsen, Sayantan Sharma, and Edward ShuryakWe study the vacuum topology of $2+1$ flavor QCD above the chiral crossover transition, at $T≲1.2{T}_{c}$, on lattices of size ${32}^{3} … - Astrophysics and cosmology with a decihertz gravitational-wave detector: TianGO

Author(s): Kevin A. Kuns, Hang Yu, Yanbei Chen, and Rana X. AdhikariWe present the astrophysical science case for a space-based, decihertz gravitational-wave (GW) detector. We particularly highlight a … - Dark matter halo sparsity of modified gravity scenarios

Author(s): Pier Stefano Corasaniti, Carlo Giocoli, and Marco BaldiModified gravity (MG) scenarios have been advocated to account for the dark energy phenomenon in the universe. These models predict de … - Maximum likelihood map making with the Laser Interferometer Space Antenna

Author(s): Carlo R. Contaldi, Mauro Pieroni, Arianna I. Renzini, Giulia Cusin, Nikos Karnesis, Marco Peloso, Angelo Ricciardone, and Gianmassimo Tasinato (LISA Cosmology Working Group)Given the recent … - Black hole echoes

Author(s): Guido D’Amico and Nemanja KaloperWe consider a very simple model for gravitational wave echoes from black hole merger ringdowns which may arise from local Lorentz symmetry violations that m … - Turnaround radius in scalar-tensor gravity with quasilocal mass

Author(s): Valerio Faraoni, Andrea Giusti, and Jeremy CôtéFollowing an existing procedure in general relativity, the turnaround radius of a spherical structure is studied in scalar-tensor gravity usin … - Evolving wormhole in the braneworld scenario

Author(s): F. Parsaei and N. RiaziIn this paper, evolving wormholes in the context of braneworld scenario are investigated. We have studied the possible dynamic solutions with different forms of Ricci … - Asymptotic horizon formation, spacetime stretching, and causality

Author(s): Carlos Barceló, Valentin Boyanov, Raúl Carballo-Rubio, and Luis J. GarayIn this work we analyze asymptotically flat, spherically symmetric spacetimes in which an event horizon is present wi … - Spin networks and the big bang singularity avoidance in the $\mathrm{AdS}/\mathrm{CFT}$ correspondence

Author(s): Carlos SilvaWe propose a new version of the $\mathrm{AdS}/\mathrm{CFT}$ correspondence, where polymer structures similar to loop quantum cosmology spin networks can be induced on an isotrop …