Journal of High Energy Physics

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List of Papers (Total 10,583)

Flat holography and Carrollian fluids

Abstract We show that a holographic description of four-dimensional asymptotically locally flat spacetimes is reached smoothly from the zero-cosmological-constant limit of anti-de Sitter holography. To this end, we use the derivative expansion of fluid/gravity correspondence. From the boundary perspective, the vanishing of the bulk cosmological constant appears as the zero...

Mean field quantization of effective string

Abstract I describe the recently proposed quantization of bosonic string about the meanfield ground state, paying special attention to the differences from the usual quantization about the classical vacuum which turns out to be unstable for d > 2. In particular, the string susceptibility index γstr is 1 in the usual perturbation theory, but equals 1/2 in the mean-field...

A study of time reversal symmetry of abelian anyons

Abstract We perform a study of time reversal symmetry of abelian anyons \( \mathcal{A} \) in 2+1 dimensions, in the spin structure independent cases. We will find the importance of the group \( \mathcal{C} \) of time-reversal-symmetric anyons modulo anyons composed from an anyon and its time reversal. Possible choices of local Kramers degeneracy are given by quadratic refinements...

DUNE sensitivities to the mixing between sterile and tau neutrinos

Abstract Light sterile neutrinos can be probed in a number of ways, including electroweak decays, cosmology and neutrino oscillation experiments. At long-baseline experiments, the neutral-current data is directly sensitive to the presence of light sterile neutrinos: once the active neutrinos have oscillated into a sterile state, a depletion in the neutral-current data sample is...

Search for a heavy resonance decaying into a Z boson and a vector boson in the \( \nu \overline{\nu}\mathrm{q}\overline{\mathrm{q}} \) final state

Abstract A search is presented for a heavy resonance decaying into either a pair of Z bosons or a Z boson and a W boson (ZZ or WZ), with a Z boson decaying into a pair of neutrinos and the other boson decaying hadronically into two collimated quarks that are reconstructed as a highly energetic large-cone jet. The search is performed using the data collected with the CMS detector...

New worldsheet formulae for conformal supergravity amplitudes

Abstract We use 4d ambitwistor string theory to derive new worldsheet formulae for tree-level conformal supergravity amplitudes supported on refined scattering equations. Unlike the worldsheet formulae for super-Yang-Mills or supergravity, the scattering equations for conformal supergravity are not in general refined by MHV degree. Nevertheless, we obtain a concise worldsheet...

Conjecture on the butterfly velocity across a quantum phase transition

Abstract We study an anisotropic holographic bottom-up model displaying a quantum phase transition (QPT) between a topologically trivial insulator and a non-trivial Weyl semimetal phase. We analyze the properties of quantum chaos in the quantum critical region. We do not find any universal property of the Butterfly velocity across the QPT. In particular it turns out to be either...

Lifshitz entanglement entropy from holographic cMERA

Abstract We study entanglement entropy in free Lifshitz scalar field theories holographically by employing the metrics proposed by Nozaki, Ryu and Takayanagi in [1] obtained from a continuous multi-scale entanglement renormalisation ansatz (cMERA). In these geometries we compute the minimal surface areas governing the entanglement entropy as functions of the dynamical exponent z...

Comments on the twisted punctures of Aeven class S theory

Abstract We point out that the USp symmetry associated to a full twisted puncture of a class S theory of type Aeven has the global anomaly associated to π4(USp) = ℤ2. We discuss manifestations of this fact in the context of the superconformal field theory R2,2N introduced by Chacaltana, Distler and Trimm. For example, we find that this theory can be thought of as a natural...

Final results of the search for νμ → νe oscillations with the OPERA detector in the CNGS beam

Abstract The OPERA experiment has discovered the tau neutrino appearance in the CNGS muon neutrino beam, in agreement with the 3 neutrino flavour oscillation hypothesis. The OPERA neutrino interaction target, made of Emulsion Cloud Chambers, was particularly efficient in the reconstruction of electromagnetic showers. Moreover, thanks to the very high granularity of the emulsion...

Gravitational memory in higher dimensions

Abstract It is shown that there is a universal gravitational memory effect measurable by inertial detectors in even spacetime dimensions d ≥ 4. The effect falls off at large radius r as r3−d. Moreover this memory effect sits at one corner of an infrared triangle with the other two corners occupied by Weinberg’s soft graviton theorem and infinite-dimensional asymptotic symmetries.

The all-loop conjecture for integrands of reggeon amplitudes in \( \mathcal{N}=4 \) SYM

Abstract In this paper we present the all-loop conjecture for integrands of Wilson line form factors, also known as reggeon amplitudes, in \( \mathcal{N}=4 \) SYM. In particular we present a new gluing operation in momentum twistor space used to obtain reggeon tree-level amplitudes and loop integrands starting from corresponding expressions for on-shell amplitudes. The introduced...

Bulk phase shift, CFT Regge limit and Einstein gravity

Abstract The bulk phase shift, related to a CFT four-point function, describes two-to-two scattering at fixed impact parameter in the dual AdS spacetime. We describe its properties for a generic CFT and then focus on large N CFTs with classical bulk duals. We compute the bulk phase shift for vector operators using Regge theory. We use causality and unitarity to put bounds on the...

Axial anomaly in multi-Weyl and triple-point semimetals

Abstract We derive the expression of the abelian axial anomaly in the so-called multi-Weyl and triple-point crossing semimetals. No simplifying restrictions are assumed on the symmetry of the spectrum. Three different computation methods are considered: the perturbative quantum field theory procedure which is based on the evaluation of the one-loop Feynman diagrams, the Nielsen...

Spin(7)-manifolds as generalized connected sums and 3d \( \mathcal{N}=1 \) theories

Abstract M-theory on compact eight-manifolds with Spin(7)-holonomy is a framework for geometric engineering of 3d \( \mathcal{N}=1 \) gauge theories coupled to gravity. We propose a new construction of such Spin(7)-manifolds, based on a generalized connected sum, where the building blocks are a Calabi-Yau four-fold and a G2-holonomy manifold times a circle, respectively, which...

Notes on melonic O(N)q−1 tensor models

Abstract It has recently been demonstrated that the large N limit of a model of fermions charged under the global/gauge symmetry group O(N)q−1 agrees with the large N limit of the SYK model. In these notes we investigate aspects of the dynamics of the O(N)q−1 theories that differ from their SYK counterparts. We argue that the spectrum of fluctuations about the finite temperature...

Dual fluid for the Kerr black hole

Abstract Rotating black holes are algebraically special solutions to the vacuum Einstein equation. Using properties of the algebraically special solutions we construct the dual fluid, which flows on black hole horizon. An explicit form of the Kerr solution allows us to write an explicit dual fluid solution and investigate its stability using energy balance equation. We show that...

Six flavor quark matter

Abstract Macroscopic nuggets of quark matter were proposed several decades ago as a candidate for dark matter. The formation of these objects in the early universe requires the QCD phase transition to be first order — a requirement that is not satisfied in the Standard Model where lattice simulations reveal a continuous crossover instead. In this article we point out that new...

Mellin bootstrap for scalars in generic dimension

Abstract We use the recently developed framework of the Mellin bootstrap to study perturbatively free scalar CFTs in arbitrary dimensions. This approach uses the crossing-symmetric Mellin space formulation of correlation functions to generate algebraic bootstrap equations by demanding that only physical operators contribute to the OPE. We find that there are no perturbatively...

D-type conformal matter and SU/USp quivers

Abstract We discuss the four dimensional models obtained by compactifying a single M5 brane probing D N singularity (minimal D-type (1, 0) conformal matter in six dimensions) on a torus with flux for abelian subgroups of the SO(4N) flavor symmetry. We derive the resulting quiver field theories in four dimensions by first compactifying on a circle and relating the flux to duality...

On fine structure of strings: the universal correction to the Veneziano amplitude

Abstract We consider theories of weakly interacting higher spin particles in flat space-time. We focus on the four-point scattering amplitude at high energies and imaginary scattering angles. The leading asymptotic of the amplitude in this regime is universal and equal to the corresponding limit of the Veneziano amplitude. In this paper, we find tha the first sub-leading...

Positive gravitational subsystem energies from CFT cone relative entropies

Abstract The positivity of relative entropy for spatial subsystems in a holographic CFT implies the positivity of certain quantities in the dual gravitational theory. In this note, we consider CFT subsystems whose boundaries lie on the lightcone of a point p. We show that the positive gravitational quantity which corresponds to the relative entropy for such a subsystem A is a...

On Bethe vectors in \( \mathfrak{g}{\mathfrak{l}}_3 \) -invariant integrable models

Abstract We consider quantum integrable models solvable by the nested algebraic Bethe ansatz and possessing \( \mathfrak{g}{\mathfrak{l}}_3 \)-invariant R-matrix. We study a new recently proposed approach to construct on-shell Bethe vectors of these models. We prove that the vectors constructed by this method are semi-on-shell Bethe vectors for arbitrary values of Bethe...

On some universal features of the holographic quantum complexity of bulk singularities

Abstract We perform a comparative study of the time dependence of the holographic quantum complexity of some space like singular bulk gravitational backgrounds. This is done by considering the two available notions of complexity, one that relates it to the maximal spatial volume and the other that relates it to the classical action of the Wheeler-de Witt patch. We calculate and...

Gravitational couplings in \( \mathcal{N}=2 \) string compactifications and Mathieu Moonshine

Abstract We evaluate the low energy gravitational couplings, Fg in the heterotic E8 ×E8 string theory compactified on orbifolds of K3 × T 2 by g′ which acts as a ℤ N automorphism on K3 together with a 1/N shift along T 2. The orbifold g′ corresponds to the conjugacy classes of the Mathieu group M24. The holomorphic piece of F g is given in terms of a polylogarithm with index 3−2g...