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  • Author(s): Taishi Ikeda, Massimo Bianchi, Dario Consoli, Alfredo Grillo, Josè Francisco Morales, Paolo Pani, and Guilherme Raposo Simulations reveal the gravitational-wave signal of string theory’s “fuzzy” black holes, a signature that researchers could potentially measure. [Phys. Rev. D 104, 066021] Published Thu Sep 16, 2021
  • Author(s): Gonzalo Alonso-Álvarez, Gilly Elor, and Miguel Escudero B-mesogenesis is an elegant theory that could explain both the excess of matter over anti-matter in the universe and the abundance of dark matter via B meson decays to a baryon and a dark anti-baryon. A thorough analysis of the necessary ingredients to such models now shows that they can be definitively tested at current B factories and the LHC, offering the potential to gain insights...
  • Author(s): Andrea Pezzotta, Martin Crocce, Alexander Eggemeier, Ariel G. Sánchez, and Román Scoccimarro This is the third paper in an extended study (see Phys. Rev. D 102, 103530 and Phys. Rev. D 103, 123550) of the impact of galaxy bias modeling on the extraction of cosmological parameters from the large scale structure. Galaxy bias describes the possibility that galaxies do not faithfully trace the distribution of mass in the Universe and the...
  • Author(s): Maulik Parikh, Frank Wilczek, and George Zahariade A theoretical analysis suggests that quantum gravity effects might manifest themselves as detectable random fluctuations in the motion of freely falling bodies. [Phys. Rev. D 104, 046021] Published Thu Aug 19, 2021
  • Author(s): Laura Dominé, Pierre Côte de Soux, François Drielsma, Dae Heun Koh, Ran Itay, Qing Lin, Kazuhiro Terao, Ka Vang Tsang, and Tracy L. Usher (on behalf of the DeepLearnPhysics Collaboration) Liquid Argon Time Projection Chambers are used as precision detectors in ongoing and upcoming neutrino experiments. In this paper the authors adapt machine learning techniques to better identify the beginning- and end-points of particle tracks in LarTPCs...
  • Author(s): Brando Bellazzini, Joan Elias Miró, Riccardo Rattazzi, Marc Riembau, and Francesco Riva The authors study the consequence of unitarity, causality and crossing on the forward 2−>2 scattering amplitudes in quantum field theories. Out of an infinite set of energy dependent quantities, they identify an optimal finite subset of constraints, suitable to bound effective field theories at any finite order in the energy expansion. The study...
  • Author(s): Luciano Combi, Federico G. Lopez Armengol, Manuela Campanelli, Brennan Ireland, Scott C. Noble, Hiroyuki Nakano, and Dennis Bowen Accurately describing binary spinning black hole mergers is challenging and computationally expensive. In this paper, Combi et al. provide a semianalytic approach to the problem of a spin-aligned binary in the inspiral phase by proposing an approximate solution of general relativity in the form of a linear...