- Massive quarks in NLO dipole factorization for DIS: Transverse photon

Author(s): G. Beuf, T. Lappi, and R. PaatelainenWe calculate the light-cone wave functions for the QCD Fock components in a transverse virtual photon necessary for applications at next-to-leading orde … - Updated QCD global analysis of single transverse-spin asymmetries: Extracting $\stackrel{˜}{H}$, and the role of the Soffer bound and lattice QCD

Author(s): Leonard Gamberg, Michel Malda, Joshua A. Miller, Daniel Pitonyak, Alexei Prokudin, and Nobuo Sato (Jefferson Lab Angular Momentum (JAM) Collaboration)We present an update to the QCD global … - Dispersive derivation of the pion distribution amplitude

Author(s): Hsiang-nan LiWe derive the dependence of the leading-twist pion light-cone distribution amplitude (LCDA) on a parton momentum fraction $x$ by directly solving the dispersion relations for t … - Interface effects of quark matter: Light-quark nuggets and compact stars

Author(s): Cheng-Jun Xia (夏铖君), Jian-Feng Xu (徐建峰), Guang-Xiong Peng (彭光雄), and Ren-Xin Xu (徐仁新)The interface effects of quark matter play important roles in the properties of compact stars and small … - Analysis of FCNC ${\mathrm{Ξ}}_{QQ}→{\mathrm{Λ}}_{Q}{l}^{+}{l}^{−}$ decay in light-cone sum rules

Author(s): T. M. Aliev, M. Savci, and S. BilmisThe weak decays of doubly heavy ${\mathrm{Ξ}}_{QQ}$ baryon induced by flavor changing $b→d$ and $c→u$ flavor changing neutral current within the light-co … - Regularization in nonperturbative extensions of effective field theory

Author(s): Curtis D. Abell, Derek B. Leinweber, Anthony W. Thomas, and Jia-Jun WuThe process of renormalization in nonperturbative Hamiltonian effective field theory (HEFT) is examined in the $\mathrm … - Nuclear fusion catalyzed by doubly charged scalars: Implications for energy production

Author(s): Evgeny AkhmedovA number of popular extensions of the Standard Model of particle physics predict the existence of doubly charged scalar particles ${X}^{±±}$. Such particles may be long lived … - Creating simple, interpretable anomaly detectors for new physics in jet substructure

Author(s): Layne Bradshaw, Spencer Chang, and Bryan OstdiekAnomaly detection with convolutional autoencoders is a popular method to search for new physics in a model-agnostic manner. These techniques … - Asymptotic safety and gauged baryon number

Author(s): Jens Boos, Christopher D. Carone, Noah L. Donald, and Mikkie R. MusserWe consider a model with gauged baryon number that may be rendered asymptotically safe when gravitational effects above … - Probing left-right symmetry via gravitational waves from domain walls

Author(s): Debasish Borah and Arnab DasguptaWe study the possibility of probing the scale of left-right symmetry breaking in the context of left-right symmetric models (LRSM). In LRSM, the right hande … - Perturbative approaches in relativistic kinetic theory and the emergence of first-order hydrodynamics

Author(s): Gabriel S. Rocha, Gabriel S. Denicol, and Jorge NoronhaHydrodynamics can be formulated in terms of a perturbative series in derivatives of the temperature, chemical potential, and flow velo … - Boson mixing and flavor oscillations in curved spacetime

Author(s): A. Capolupo, A. Quaranta, and P. A. SetaroWe develop a quantum field theory of boson mixing in curved space. We derive new general oscillation probabilities and prove that the formalism cor … - Revisiting the common envelope evolution in binary stars: A new semianalytic model for $N$-body and population synthesis codes

Author(s): Alessandro Alberto Trani, Steven Rieder, Ataru Tanikawa, Giuliano Iorio, Riccardo Martini, Georgii Karelin, Hila Glanz, and Simon Portegies ZwartWe present a novel way of modeling common en … - Piercing of a boson star by a black hole

Author(s): Vitor Cardoso, Taishi Ikeda, Zhen Zhong, and Miguel ZilhãoNew light fundamental fields are natural candidates for all or a fraction of dark matter. Self-gravitating structures of such field … - Observational signatures of hot spots orbiting horizonless objects

Author(s): João Luís Rosa, Paulo Garcia, Frédéric H. Vincent, and Vitor CardosoPushed by a number of advances, electromagnetic observatories have now reached the horizon scale of supermassive black ho … - Fermi two-atom problem: Nonperturbative approach via relativistic quantum information and algebraic quantum field theory

Author(s): Erickson TjoaIn this work we revisit the famous Fermi two-atom problem, which concerns how relativistic causality impacts atomic transition probabilities, using the tools from relativistic … - Minkowski-Fock states in accelerated frames

Author(s): Riccardo Falcone and Claudio ContiAn explicit Wigner formulation of Minkowski particle states for noninertial observers is unknown. Here, we derive a general prescription to compute the cha … - Density of GeV muons in air showers measured with IceTop

Author(s): R. Abbasi et al. (IceCube Collaboration)We present a measurement of the density of GeV muons in near-vertical air showers using three years of data recorded by the IceTop array at the South … - Unified explanation of the anomalies in semileptonic $B$ decays and the $W$ mass

Author(s): Marcel Algueró, Joaquim Matias, Andreas Crivellin, and Claudio Andrea ManzariThe discrepancies between the measurements of rare (semi)leptonic $B$ decays and the corresponding Standard Mode … - Soft pomeron in the color glass condensate approach

Author(s): Carlos Contreras, Eugene Levin, and Michael SanhuezaIn this paper we suggest a new approach to the structure of the soft Pomeron: based on the $t$-channel unitarity, we expressed the exchan … - Possible assignments of the scalar ${K}_{0}^{*}(1950)$ and ${K}_{0}^{*}(2130)$ within the $^{3}{P}_{0}$ model

Author(s): Tian-Ge Li, Zhuo Gao, Guan-Ying Wang, De-Min Li, En Wang, and Jingya ZhuWe have evaluated the strong decays of the ${K}_{0}^{*}(1950)$ and ${K}_{0}^{*}(2130)$ within the $^{3}{P}_{0}$ model … - Strongly first-order electroweak phase transition by relatively heavy additional Higgs bosons

Author(s): Shinya Kanemura and Masanori TanakaWe discuss first-order electroweak phase transition in models with extended Higgs sectors for the case with relatively heavy additional scalar bosons. We … - Investigating the mass-ratio dependence of the prompt-collapse threshold with numerical-relativity simulations

Author(s): Maximilian Kölsch, Tim Dietrich, Maximiliano Ujevic, and Bernd BrügmannThe next observing runs of advanced gravitational-wave detectors will lead to a variety of binary neutron star detecti … - Impact of relativistic corrections on the detectability of dark-matter spikes with gravitational waves

Author(s): Nicholas Speeney, Andrea Antonelli, Vishal Baibhav, and Emanuele BertiBlack holes located within a dark matter cloud can create overdensity regions known as dark matter spikes. The presence … - Generalized Hayward spacetimes: Geometry, matter, and scalar quasinormal modes

Author(s): Poulami Dutta Roy and Sayan KarBardeen’s 1968 idea of a regular black hole spacetime was revived by Hayward in 2006 through the construction of a new example of such a geometry. Later it wa … - Extreme mass-ratio inspirals as probes of scalar fields: Eccentric equatorial orbits around Kerr black holes

Author(s): Susanna Barsanti, Nicola Franchini, Leonardo Gualtieri, Andrea Maselli, and Thomas P. SotiriouWe study binary systems in which a stellar mass compact object spirals into a massive black hol … - Geometric phase assisted observation of noninertial cavity-QED effects

Author(s): Navdeep Arya, Vikash Mittal, Kinjalk Lochan, and Sandeep K. GoyalThe state of a quantum system acquires a phase factor, called the geometric phase, when taken around a closed trajectory in … - Implications of the first evidence for coherent elastic scattering of reactor neutrinos

Author(s): Jiajun Liao, Hongkai Liu, and Danny MarfatiaThe recent evidence for coherent elastic neutrino-nucleus scattering ($\mathrm{CE}ν\mathrm{NS}$) in the NCC-1701 germanium detector using antineu … - Cobordism and deformation class of the standard model

Author(s): Juven Wang, Zheyan Wan, and Yi-Zhuang You’t Hooft anomalies of quantum field theories (QFTs) with an invertible global symmetry $G$ (including spacetime and internal symmetries) in a $d\mat … - $\mathrm{cos}2{ϕ}_{t}$ azimuthal asymmetry in back-to-back $J/ψ$-jet production in $ep→eJ/ψ$ jet $X$ at the EIC

Author(s): Raj Kishore, Asmita Mukherjee, Amol Pawar, and Mariyah SiddiqahIn this article, we investigate the $\mathrm{cos}2{ϕ}_{t}$ azimuthal asymmetry in $ep→eJ/ψ$ jet $X$, where the $J/ψ$-jet pair … - Role of the $ω(4S)$ and $ω(3D)$ states in mediating the ${e}^{+}{e}^{−}→ωη$ and $ω{π}^{0}{π}^{0}$ processes

Author(s): Qin-Song Zhou, Jun-Zhang Wang, and Xiang LiuThe ${e}^{+}{e}^{−}→ωη$ and ${e}^{+}{e}^{−}→ω{π}^{0}{π}^{0}$ processes are ideal platforms to search for higher $ω$ states. Focusing on the obser … - New way to resum the lattice QCD Taylor series equation of state at finite chemical potential

Author(s): Sabarnya Mitra, Prasad Hegde, and Christian SchmidtTaylor expansion of the thermodynamic potential in powers of the (baryo)chemical potential ${μ}_{B}$ is a well-known method to bypass the … - Jet transport coefficient $\stackrel{^}{q}$ in lattice QCD

Author(s): Amit Kumar, Abhijit Majumder, and Johannes Heinrich WeberWe present the first calculation of the jet transport coefficient $\stackrel{^}{q}$ in quenched and ($2+1$)-flavor QCD on a 4D Eucli … - Restricting the parameter space of type-II two-Higgs-doublet models with $CP$ violation

Author(s): Mariana Frank, Eric Gyabeng Fuakye, and Manuel TohariaWe explore the parameter space of the type-II two-Higgs-doublet model with softly broken ${Z}_{2}$ symmetry, allowing for $CP$ violatio … - Accelerating Earth-bound dark matter

Author(s): David McKeen, Marianne Moore, David E. Morrissey, Maxim Pospelov, and Harikrishnan RamaniA fraction of the dark matter may consist of a particle species that interacts much more strongly wi … - Improving quantum simulation efficiency of final state radiation with dynamic quantum circuits

Author(s): Plato Deliyannis, James Sud, Diana Chamaki, Zoë Webb-Mack, Christian W. Bauer, and Benjamin NachmanB. Nachman et al. [Phys. Rev. Lett. 126, 062001 (2021)] recently introduced an algorithm ( … - From well-known tensor mesons to yet unknown axial-tensor mesons

Author(s): Shahriyar Jafarzade, Arthur Vereijken, Milena Piotrowska, and Francesco GiacosaWhile the ground-state tensor (${J}^{PC}={2}^{++}$) mesons ${a}_{2}(1320)$, ${K}_{2}^{*}(1430)$, ${f}_{2}(1270 … - Multicomponent relativistic dissipative fluid dynamics from the Boltzmann equation

Author(s): Jan A. Fotakis, Etele Molnár, Harri Niemi, Carsten Greiner, and Dirk H. RischkeWe derive multicomponent relativistic second-order dissipative fluid dynamics from the Boltzmann equations for … - Erratum: Leptoquark and vectorlike quark extended models as the explanation of the muon $g−2$ anomaly [Phys. Rev. D 105, 035017 (2022)]

Author(s): Shi-Ping He[Phys. Rev. D 106, 039901] Published Wed Aug 10, 2022 - Erratum: New physics and tau $g−2$ using LHC heavy ion collisions [Phys. Rev. D 102, 113008 (2020)]

Author(s): Lydia Beresford and Jesse Liu[Phys. Rev. D 106, 039902] Published Wed Aug 10, 2022 - Results on photon-mediated dark-matter–nucleus interactions from the PICO-60 ${\mathrm{C}}_{3}{\mathrm{F}}_{8}$ bubble chamber

Author(s): B. Ali et al. (PICO Collaboration)Many compelling models predict dark matter coupling to the electromagnetic current through higher multipole interactions, while remaining electrically neut … - Code comparison for fast flavor instability simulations

Author(s): Sherwood Richers, Huaiyu Duan, Meng-Ru Wu, Soumya Bhattacharyya, Masamichi Zaizen, Manu George, Chun-Yu Lin, and Zewei XiongThe fast flavor instability (FFI) is expected to be ubiquitous in … - Constraining neutron star properties with a new equation of state insensitive approach

Author(s): Bhaskar Biswas and Sayak DattaInstead of parametrizing the pressure-density relation of a neutron star (NS), one can parametrize its macroscopic properties such as mass ($M$), radius ($R$), … - Constraints on primordial black holes with CMB spectral distortions

Author(s): Yupeng YangIn the mixed dark matter scenarios consisting of primordial black holes (PBHs) and weakly interacting massive particles (WIMPs), WIMPs can be accreted onto PBHs to form ultracomp … - Nonclassicality of axionlike dark matter through gravitational self-interactions

Author(s): Michael Kopp, Vasileios Fragkos, and Igor PikovskiAxionlike particles (ALPs) are promising dark matter candidates. They are typically described by a classical field, motivated by large phas … - Gravitational particle production and the validity of effective descriptions in loop quantum cosmology

Author(s): G. S. Vicente, Rudnei O. Ramos, and L. L. GraefThe effective approach in loop quantum cosmology (LQC) has provided means to obtain predictions for observable quantities in LQC models. While … - Momentum distribution of dark matter produced in inflaton decay: Effect of inflaton mediated scatterings

Author(s): Avirup Ghosh and Satyanarayan MukhopadhyayPostinflationary reheating is a widely discussed mechanism for nonthermal production of dark matter (DM). In this scenario the momentum distributio … - Complex critical points and curved geometries in four-dimensional Lorentzian spinfoam quantum gravity

Author(s): Muxin Han, Zichang Huang, Hongguang Liu, and Dongxue QuThis paper focuses on the semiclassical behavior of the spinfoam quantum gravity in four dimensions. There has been long-standing conf … - Multihorizons black hole solutions, photon sphere, and perihelion shift in weak ghost-free Gauss-Bonnet theory of gravity

Author(s): G. G. L. Nashed and Shin’ichi NojiriAmong the modified gravitational theories, the ghost-free Gauss-Bonnet (GFGB) theory of gravity has been considered from the viewpoint of cosmology. The … - ADM formulation and Hamiltonian analysis of $f(Q)$ gravity

Author(s): Kun Hu, Taishi Katsuragawa, and Taotao Qiu$f(Q)$ gravity is an extension of the symmetric teleparallel equivalent to general relativity. We demonstrate the Hamiltonian analysis of $f(Q)$ gr … - Gravitational corrections to a non-Abelian gauge theory

Author(s): Huan Souza, L. Ibiapina Bevilaqua, and A. C. LehumThis paper is part of a series of papers exploring the renormalization of field theories coupled to gravity using the effective field theor … - $T\overline{T}$ deformation on multiquantum mechanics and regenesis

Author(s): Song He and Zhuo-Yu XianWe study the $T\overline{T}$ deformation on multiquantum mechanical systems. By introducing dynamical coordinate transformation, we reformulate the one-dimensional $ … - Neutron oscillation and baryogenesis from six dimensions

Author(s): Mathew Thomas Arun and Debajyoti ChoudhuryConsidering a six-dimensional geometry orbifolded on ${S}^{1}/{Z}_{2}×{S}^{1}/{Z}_{2}$ with quarks and leptons localized on orthogonal branes, we s … - Search for events with a pair of displaced vertices from long-lived neutral particles decaying into hadronic jets in the ATLAS muon spectrometer in $pp$ collisions at $\sqrt{s}=13\text{ }\text{ }\mathrm{TeV}$

Author(s): G. Aad et al. (ATLAS Collaboration)A search for events with two displaced vertices from long-lived particle (LLP) pairs using data collected by the ATLAS detector at the LHC is presented. T … - Feasibility study to use neutron capture for an ultralow energy nuclear-recoil calibration in liquid xenon

Author(s): C. S. Amarasinghe, R. Coronel, D. Q. Huang, Y. Liu, M. Arthurs, S. Steinfeld, W. Lorenzon, and R. GaitskellThe feasibility of an ultralow energy nuclear-recoil measurement in liquid xenon u … - Measurements of jet observables sensitive to $b$-quark fragmentation in $t\overline{t}$ events at the LHC with the ATLAS detector

Author(s): G. Aad et al. (ATLAS Collaboration)Several observables sensitive to the fragmentation of $b$ quarks into $b$ hadrons are measured using $36\text{ }\text{ }{\mathrm{fb}}^{−1}$ of $\sqrt{s}=1 … - Study of final-state interactions of protons in neutrino-nucleus scattering with INCL and NuWro cascade models

Author(s): A. Ershova, S. Bolognesi, A. Letourneau, J.-C. David, S. Dolan, J. Hirtz, K. Niewczas, J. T. Sobczyk, A. Blanchet, M. Buizza Avanzini, J. Chakrani, J. Cugnon, C. Giganti, S. Hassani, C. Jus … - Cosmology-friendly time-varying neutrino masses via the sterile neutrino portal

Author(s): Guo-yuan Huang, Manfred Lindner, Pablo Martínez-Miravé, and Manibrata SenWe investigate a consistent scenario of time-varying neutrino masses, and discuss its impact on cosmology, beta deca … - Thermal and thermoelectric responses of hot QCD medium in time-varying magnetic fields

Author(s): K. K. Gowthama, Manu Kurian, and Vinod ChandraThe thermal response of the hot QCD matter has been studied in the presence of a time-varying magnetic field. The impact of the magnetic field, … - Effects of cosine tapering window on quantum phase estimation

Author(s): Gumaro Rendon, Taku Izubuchi, and Yuta KikuchiWe provide a modification to the quantum phase estimation algorithm (QPEA) [Abrams and Lloyd, Phys. Rev. Lett. 83, 5162 (1999); Cleve et al., P … - Quantum field theoretical structure of electrical conductivity of cold and dense fermionic matter in the presence of a magnetic field

Author(s): Sarthak Satapathy, Snigdha Ghosh, and Sabyasachi GhoshWe have gone through a detailed calculation of the two-point correlation function of vector currents at finite density and magnetic fie … - Search for continuous gravitational wave emission from the Milky Way center in O3 LIGO-Virgo data

Author(s): R. Abbott et al. (LIGO Scientific Collaboration, Virgo Collaboration, and KAGRA Collaboration)We present a directed search for continuous gravitational wave (CW) signals emitted by spinning … - New binary black hole mergers in the LIGO-Virgo O3a data

Author(s): Seth Olsen, Tejaswi Venumadhav, Jonathan Mushkin, Javier Roulet, Barak Zackay, and Matias ZaldarriagaThe present paper applies a refined detection pipeline to publicly available LIGO-Virgo … - Analytic Gaussian covariance matrices for galaxy $N$-point correlation functions

Author(s): Jiamin Hou, Robert N. Cahn, Oliver H. E. Philcox, and Zachary SlepianWe derive analytic covariance matrices for the $N$-point correlation functions (NPCFs) of galaxies in the Gaussian limit … - Ultracompact vector stars

Author(s): Gianmassimo TasinatoWe analytically investigate a new family of horizonless compact objects in vector-tensor theories of gravity, called ultracompact vector stars. They are sourced by a vec … - General relativity on the multiverse and nature’s hierarchies

Author(s): Nemanja KaloperWe define “third-derivative” general relativity by promoting the integration measure in Einstein-Hilbert action to be an arbitrary 4-form field strength. We project out its l … - Onset of quantum chaos in disordered CFTs

Author(s): Micha Berkooz, Adar Sharon, Navot Silberstein, and Erez Y. UrbachWe study the Lyapunov exponent ${λ}_{L}$ in quantum field theories with spacetime-independent disorder interactions. Generic … - Effects of photon field on entanglement generation in charged particles

Author(s): Yuuki Sugiyama, Akira Matsumura, and Kazuhiro YamamotoThe Bose-Marletto-Vedral experiment is a proposal for testing the quantum nature of gravity with entanglement due to Newtonian gravity. … - Muon conversion to an electron in nuclei in the $B\text{−}L$ symmetric SSM

Author(s): Ze-Ning Zhang, Hai-Bin Zhang, Xing-Xing Dong, Jin-Lei Yang, Wei Li, Zhong-Jun Yang, Tong-Tong Wang, and Tai-Fu FengIn a few years, the COMET experiment at J-PARC and the Mu2e experiment at … - Tracking down the route to the SM with inflation and gravitational waves

Author(s): Eung Jin Chun and L. Velasco-SevillaWe explore supersymmetric SO(10) models predicting observable proton decay and various topological defects which produce different shapes and strengths o … - $W$ mass in a model with vectorlike leptons and $U(1{)}^{′}$

Author(s): Junichiro Kawamura and Stuart RabyWe study the effects of vectorlike leptons on the $W$-boson mass in a model with a vectorlike $U(1{)}^{′}$ gauge symmetry. This model provides simultaneous … - Tau depolarization at very high energies for neutrino telescopes

Author(s): Carlos A. Argüelles, Diksha Garg, Sameer Patel, Mary Hall Reno, and Ibrahim SafaThe neutrino interaction length scales with energy, and becomes comparable to Earth’s diameter above 10’s of … - Dark matter effects on tidal deformabilities and moment of inertia in a hadronic model with short-range correlations

Author(s): O. Lourenço, C. H. Lenzi, T. Frederico, and M. DutraIn this work, we study the outcomes related to dimensionless tidal deformability ($\mathrm{Λ}$) obtained through a relativistic mean-fiel … - Asymptotic symmetries and soft charges of fractons

Author(s): Alfredo Pérez and Stefan ProhazkaThe asymptotic structure of gauge theories describing fracton interactions is analyzed. Two sets of asymptotic conditions are proposed. Both encompass all k … - Spin-induced dynamical scalarization, descalarization, and stealthness in scalar-Gauss-Bonnet gravity during a black hole coalescence

Author(s): Matthew Elley, Hector O. Silva, Helvi Witek, and Nicolás YunesParticular couplings between a scalar field and the Gauss-Bonnet invariant lead to spontaneous scalarization of black holes. He … - General matching across Killing horizons of zero order

Author(s): Miguel Manzano and Marc MarsNull shells are a useful geometric construction to study the propagation of infinitesimally thin concentrations of massless particles or impulsive waves. After r … - Black hole shadow and wandering null geodesics

Author(s): Masaru SiinoThe role of the wandering null geodesic is studied in a black hole spacetime. Based on the continuity of the solution of the geodesic equation, the wandering null geodesics comm … - Generalization of the ADM gravitational energy momentum

Author(s): J. B. Formiga and V. R. GonçalvesIn this paper, it is proved that the teleparallel energy momentum generalizes that of the Arnowitt-Deser-Misner (ADM) formalism. In doing so, it is shown th … - Influence of chiral chemical potential ${μ}_{5}$ on phase structure of the two-color quark matter

Author(s): T. G. Khunjua, K. G. Klimenko, and R. N. ZhokhovIn this paper the influence of chiral chemical potential ${μ}_{5}$ on the phenomenon of diquark condensation and phase structure of dense qua … - Leptogenesis enabled by dark matter

Author(s): Djuna Croon, Hooman Davoudiasl, and Rachel HoutzWe propose that weak scale leptogenesis via $∼10\text{ }\text{ }\mathrm{TeV}$ scale right-handed neutrinos could be possible if their couplin … - Searching for a ringdown overtone in GW150914

Author(s): Eliot Finch and Christopher J. MooreWe reanalyze the GW150914 postmerger data searching for quasinormal modes beyond the fundamental, quadrupolar mode. There is currently an ongoing disagre … - Generalized redundant calibration of radio interferometers

Author(s): Prakruth Adari and Anže SlosarRedundant calibration is a technique in radio astronomy that allows calibration of radio arrays whose antennas lie on a lattice by exploiting the fact that red … - Testing multiflavored ultralight dark matter models with SPARC

Author(s): Lauren Street, Nickolay Y. Gnedin, and L. C. R. WijewardhanaWe perform maximum likelihood estimates for single and double flavor ultralight dark matter (ULDM) models using the Spitzer Photo … - Toward a magnetic warm inflation scenario

Author(s): Gabriella Piccinelli and Angel SánchezIn this work we explore the effects that a possible primordial magnetic field can have on the inflaton effective potential, taking as the underlying mo … - Analysis of Bose-Einstein condensation times for self-interacting scalar dark matter

Author(s): Kay Kirkpatrick, Anthony E. Mirasola, and Chanda Prescod-WeinsteinWe investigate the condensation time of self-interacting axionlike particles in a gravitational well, extending the prior w … - Galaxy and halo angular clustering in $\mathrm{Λ}\mathrm{CDM}$ and modified gravity cosmologies

Author(s): Paweł Drozda, Wojciech A. Hellwing, and Maciej BilickiUsing a suite of $N$-body simulations, we study the angular clustering of galaxies, halos, and dark matter in $\mathrm{Λ}$ cold dark ma … - Generic no-scale inflation inspired from string theory compactifications

Author(s): Lina Wu (吴利娜) and Tianjun Li (李田军)We propose the generic no-scale inflation inspired from string theory compactifications. We consider the Kähler potentials with an inflaton field $φ$, as w … - Traversing through a black hole singularity

Author(s): Flavio Mercati and David SloanWe show that the Kantowski-Sachs model of a Schwarzschild black hole interior can be slightly generalized in order to accommodate spatial metrics of different … - Analogous Hawking radiation and quantum entanglement in two-component Bose-Einstein condensates: The gapped excitations

Author(s): Wei-Can Syu, Da-Shin Lee, and Chi-Yong LinThe condensates of cold atoms at zero temperature in the tunable binary Bose-Einstein condensate system are studied with the Rabi transition betwee … - Minimal models of field theories: Chiral higher spin gravity

Author(s): Evgeny Skvortsov and Richard Van DongenThere exists a unique class of local higher spin gravities with propagating massless fields in $4d$—chiral higher spin gravity. Originally, it was for … - Nondegenerate internal squeezing: An all-optical, loss-resistant quantum technique for gravitational-wave detection

Author(s): James W. Gardner, Min Jet Yap, Vaishali Adya, Sheon Chua, Bram J. J. Slagmolen, and David E. McClellandThe detection of kilohertz-band gravitational waves promises discoveries in astrophysi … - Investigation of ${K}^{+}{K}^{−}$ pairs in the effective mass region near $2{m}_{K}$

Author(s): B. Adeva et al. (DIRAC Collaboration)The DIRAC experiment at CERN investigated in the reaction $p(24\text{ }\text{ }\mathrm{GeV}/\mathrm{c})+Ni$ the particle pairs ${K}^{+}{K}^{−},{π}^{+}{π … - Partial wave analysis for the in-hadron condensate

Author(s): Pianpian Qin, Zhan Bai, Muyang Chen, and Si-xue QinIn-hadron condensates, defined as the scalar form factors at zero-momentum transfer, are investigated for flavor-symmetric mesons in pseud … - Rapidity evolution of TMDs with running coupling

Author(s): Ian Balitsky and Giovanni A. ChirilliThe scale of a coupling constant for rapidity-only evolution of transverse-momentum dependent (TMD) operators in the Sudakov kinematic region is calcula … - Perturbative renormalization of the supercurrent operator in lattice $\mathcal{N}=1$ supersymmetric Yang-Mills theory

Author(s): G. Bergner, M. Costa, H. Panagopoulos, I. Soler, and G. SpanoudesIn this work we perform a perturbative study of the Noether supercurrent operator in the context of supersymmetric $\mathcal … - Production of the ${η}_{1}(1855)$ through kaon induced reactions under the assumptions that it is a molecular or a hybrid state

Author(s): Xiao-Yun Wang, Fan-Cong Zeng, and Xiang LiuBy the reaction of kaon interacting with a proton, we investigate the production of the newly observed ${η}_{1}(1855)$ predicted in the picture of … - FLRW solutions in $f(Q)$ theory: The effect of using different connections

Author(s): N. Dimakis, A. Paliathanasis, M. Roumeliotis, and T. ChristodoulakisWe study a Friedmann-Lemaître-Robertson-Walker spacetime in the theory of $f(Q)$ gravity, where $Q$ denotes the nonmetric … - Investigation of CMB constraints for dark matter-helium scattering

Author(s): Kimberly K. Boddy, Gordan Krnjaic, and Stacie MoltnerWe study dark matter-helium scattering in the early Universe and its impact on constraints from cosmic microwave background (CMB) anisot … - Gravitational bremsstrahlung from spinning binaries in the post-Minkowskian expansion

Author(s): Massimiliano Maria Riva, Filippo Vernizzi, and Leong Khim WongWe present a novel calculation of the four-momentum that is radiated into gravitational waves during the scattering of two arbi … - Shock-avoiding slicing conditions: Tests and calibrations

Author(s): Thomas W. Baumgarte and David HilditchWhile the $1+\mathrm{log}$ slicing condition has been extremely successful in numerous numerical relativity simulations, it is also known to develop “g …