Journal of High Energy Physics

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List of Papers (Total 8,749)

Renormalization group fixed points of foliated gravity-matter systems

We employ the Arnowitt-Deser-Misner formalism to study the renormalization group flow of gravity minimally coupled to an arbitrary number of scalar, vector, and Dirac fields. The decomposition of the gravitational degrees of freedom into a lapse function, shift vector, and spatial metric equips spacetime with a preferred (Euclidean) “time”- direction. In this work, we provide a ...

Black holes and solitons in an extended Proca theory

We study a massive vector tensor theory that acquires mass via a standard Proca term but also via a higher order term containing an explicit coupling to curvature. We find static solutions that are asymptotically flat, adS or Lifshitz black holes. Since the higher order term regularizes the effect of the Proca mass term, generically solutions are asymptotically regular for ...

(2, 2) superconformal bootstrap in two dimensions

We find a simple relation between two-dimensional BPS \( \mathcal{N}=2 \) superconformal blocks and bosonic Virasoro conformal blocks, which allows us to analyze the crossing equations for BPS 4-point functions in unitary (2, 2) superconformal theories numerically with semidefinite programming. We constrain gaps in the non-BPS spectrum through the operator product expansion of BPS ...

Electron and muon anomalous magnetic dipole moment in a 3–3–1 model

We calculate, in the context of a 3–3–1 model with heavy charged leptons, constraints on some parameters of the extra particles in the model by imposing that their contributions to both the electron and muon (g − 2) factors are in agreement with experimental data up to 1σ-3σ. In order to obtain realistic results we use some of the possible solutions of the left- and right-unitary ...

Neutrino lines from majoron dark matter

Models with spontaneously broken global lepton number can lead to a pseudo-Goldstone boson as a long-lived dark matter candidate. Here we revisit the case of singlet majoron dark matter and discuss multiple constraints. For masses above MeV, this model could lead to a detectable flux of monochromatic mass-eigenstate neutrinos, which have flavor ratios that depend strongly on the ...

Supersymmetry in open superstring field theory

We realize the 16 unbroken supersymmetries on a BPS D-brane as invariances of the action of the corresponding open superstring field theory. We work in the small Hilbert space approach, where a symmetry of the action translates into a symmetry of the associated cyclic A ∞ structure. We compute the supersymmetry algebra, being careful to disentangle the components which produce a ...

Spatially modulated instabilities of holographic gauge-gravitational anomaly

We performed a study of the perturbative instabilities in Einstein-Maxwell-Chern-Simons theory with a gravitational Chern-Simons term, which is dual to a strongly coupled field theory with both chiral and mixed gauge-gravitational anomaly. With an analysis of the fluctuations in the near horizon regime at zero temperature, we found that there might be two possible sources of ...

The gravitational sector of 2d (0, 2) F-theory vacua

F-theory compactifications on Calabi-Yau fivefolds give rise to two-dimensional N = (0, 2) supersymmetric field theories coupled to gravity. We explore the dilaton supergravity defined by the moduli sector of such compactifications. The massless moduli spectrum is found by uplifting Type IIB compactifications on Calabi-Yau fourfolds. This spectrum matches expectations from duality ...

Carroll limit of non-BPS Dp-brane

We find Carroll non-BPS Dp-brane action by performing Carroll limit of a canonical form of unstable Dp-brane action. We analyze different Carroll limits and discuss solutions of the equations of motion of Carroll non-BPS Dp-brane at the tachyon vacuum.

Resonant CP violation in rare τ ± decays

In this work, we study the lepton number violating tau decays via intermediate on-shell Majorana neutrinos N j into two scalar mesons and a lepton τ ± → M 1 ± N j → M 1 ± M 2 ± ℓ ∓. We calculate the Branching ratios Br(τ ±) and the CP asymmetry (Γ(τ +) − Γ(τ −))/(Γ(τ +) + Γ(τ −)) for such decays, in a scenario that contains at least two heavy Majorana neutrinos. The results show ...

O(N) invariance of the multi-field bounce

In his 1977 paper on vacuum decay in field theory: The Fate of the False Vacuum, Coleman considered the problem of a single scalar field and assumed that the minimum action tunnelling field configuration, the bounce, is invariant under O(4) rotations in Euclidean space. A proof of the O(4) invariance of the bounce was provided later by Coleman, Glaser, and Martin (CGM), who ...

Nonperturbative QED vacuum birefringence

In this paper we represent nonperturbative calculation for one-loop Quantum Electrodynamics (QED) vacuum birefringence in presence of strong magnetic field. The dispersion relations for electromagnetic wave propagating in strong magnetic field point to retention of vacuum birefringence even in case when the field strength greatly exceeds Sauter-Schwinger limit. This gives a ...

High energy QCD at NLO: from light-cone wave function to JIMWLK evolution

Soft components of the light cone wave-function of a fast moving projectile hadron is computed in perturbation theory to the third order in QCD coupling constant. At this order, the Fock space of the soft modes consists of one-gluon, two-gluon, and a quark-antiquark states. The hard component of the wave-function acts as a non-Abelian background field for the soft modes and is ...

Notes on the Wess-Zumino-Witten-like structure: L ∞ triplet and NS-NS superstring field theory

In the NS-NS sector of superstring field theory, there potentially exist three nilpotent generators of gauge transformations and two constraint equations: it makes the gauge algebra of type II theory somewhat complicated. In this paper, we show that every NS-NS actions have their WZW-like forms, and that a triplet of mutually commutative L ∞ products completely determines the gauge ...

Constrained superfields on metastable anti-D3-branes

We study the effect of brane polarization on the supersymmetry transformations of probe anti-D3-branes at the tip of a Klebanov-Strassler throat geometry. As is well known, the probe branes can polarize into NS5-branes and decay to a supersymmetric state by brane-flux annihilation. The effective potential has a metastable minimum as long as the number of anti-D3-branes is small ...

Theta, time reversal and temperature

SU(N ) gauge theory is time reversal invariant at θ = 0 and θ = π. We show that at θ = π there is a discrete ’t Hooft anomaly involving time reversal and the center symmetry. This anomaly leads to constraints on the vacua of the theory. It follows that at θ = π the vacuum cannot be a trivial non-degenerate gapped state. (By contrast, the vacuum at θ = 0 is gapped, non-degenerate, ...

Dimension-6 operator analysis of the CLIC sensitivity to new physics

We estimate the possible accuracies of measurements at the proposed CLIC e + e − collider of Higgs and W + W − production at centre-of-mass energies up to 3 TeV, incorporating also Higgsstrahlung projections at higher energies that had not been consid-ered previously, and use them to explore the prospective CLIC sensitivities to decoupled new physics. We present the resulting ...

On the black hole interior in string theory

The potential behind the horizon of an eternal black hole in classical theories is described in terms of data that is available to an external observer — the reflection coefficient of a wave that scatters on the black hole. In GR and perturbative string theory (in α′), the potential is regular at the horizon and it blows up at the singularity. The exact reflection coefficient, that ...

The bulk dual of SYK: cubic couplings

The SYK model, a quantum mechanical model of N ≫ 1 Majorana fermions χ i , with a q-body, random interaction, is a novel realization of holography. It is known that the AdS2 dual contains a tower of massive particles, yet there is at present no proposal for the bulk theory. As SYK is solvable in the 1/N expansion, one can systematically derive the bulk. We initiate such a program, ...

Resummation improved rapidity spectrum for gluon fusion Higgs production

Gluon-induced processes such as Higgs production typically exhibit large perturbative corrections. These partially arise from large virtual corrections to the gluon form factor, which at timelike momentum transfer contains Sudakov logarithms evaluated at negative arguments ln2(−1) = −π 2. It has been observed that resumming these terms in the timelike form factor leads to a much ...

Resonace-improved parton-shower matching for the Drell-Yan process including electroweak corrections

We use the Powheg method to perform parton-shower matching for Drell-Yan production of W and Z bosons at the LHC at NLO QCD and NLO electroweak accuracy. In particular, we investigate an improved treatment of the vector-boson resonances within the Powheg method. We employ an independent implementation of the Powheg method and compare to earlier results within the Powheg-Box. On the ...

Fundamental vortices, wall-crossing, and particle-vortex duality

We explore 1d vortex dynamics of 3d supersymmetric Yang-Mills theories, as inferred from factorization of exact partition functions. Under Seiberg-like dualities, the 3d partition function must remain invariant, yet it is not a priori clear what should happen to the vortex dynamics. We observe that the 1d quivers for the vortices remain the same, and the net effect of the 3d ...

Bound states of spinning black holes in five dimensions

We find and study supergravity BPS bound states of five-dimensional spinning black holes in asymptotically flat spacetime. These solutions follow from multi-string solutions in six-dimensional minimal supergravity and can be uplifted to F-theory or M-theory. We analyze the regularity conditions and work out the example of a bound state of two black holes in detail. The bound state ...

Three-family left-right symmetry with low-scale seesaw mechanism

We suggest a new left-right symmetric model implementing a low-scale seesaw mechanism in which quantum consistency requires three families of fermions. The symmetry breaking route to the Standard Model determines the profile of the “next” expected new physics, characterized either by the simplest left-right gauge symmetry or by the 3-3-1 scenario. The resulting Z ′ gauge bosons can ...

LHC signals from cascade decays of warped vector resonances

Recently (arXiv:1608.00526), a new framework for warped higher-dimensional compactifications with “bulk” standard model (SM) was proposed: in addition to the UV (Planck scale) and IR (a couple of TeV) branes, there is an intermediate brane, taken to be around 10TeV. The SM matter and Higgs fields propagate from the UV brane down to this intermediate brane only, while gauge and ...