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A warped relaxion

Abstract We construct a UV completion of the relaxion in a warped extra dimension. We identify the relaxion with the zero mode of the fifth component of a bulk gauge field and show how hierarchically different decay constants for this field can be achieved by different localizations of anomalous terms in the warped space. This framework may also find applications for other axion...

Cosmological evolution of Yukawa couplings: the 5D perspective

The cosmological evolution of standard model Yukawa couplings may have major implications for baryogenesis. In particular, as highlighted recently, the CKM matrix alone could be the source of CP-violation during electroweak baryogenesis provided that the Yukawa couplings were large and varied during the electroweak phase transition. We provide a natural realisation of this idea...

The effective bootstrap

We study the numerical bounds obtained using a conformal-bootstrap method — advocated in ref. [1] but never implemented so far — where different points in the plane of conformal cross ratios z and \( \overline{z} \) are sampled. In contrast to the most used method based on derivatives evaluated at the symmetric point \( z=\overline{z}=1/2 \), we can consistently “integrate out...

Bounds on OPE coefficients in 4D Conformal Field Theories

We numerically study the crossing symmetry constraints in 4D CFTs, using previously introduced algorithms based on semidefinite programming. We study bounds on OPE coefficients of tensor operators as a function of their scaling dimension and extend previous studies of bounds on OPE coefficients of conserved vector currents to the product groups SO(N)×SO(M). We also analyze the...

The price of being SM-like in SUSY

We compute the tuning in supersymmetric models associated with the constraints from collider measurements of the Higgs couplings to fermions and gauge bosons. In supersymmetric models, a CP -even state with SM Higgs couplings mixes with additional, heavier CP -even states, causing deviations in the Higgs couplings from SM values. These deviations are reduced as the heavy states...