20170419 08:09 
Flavour anomalies after the $R_{K^*}$ measurement
/ D'Amico, Guido (CERN) ; Nardecchia, Marco (CERN) ; Panci, Paolo (CERN) ; Sannino, Francesco (CERN ; U. Southern Denmark, CP3Origins ; U. Southern Denmark, Odense, DIAS) ; Strumia, Alessandro (CERN ; Pisa U. ; INFN, Pisa) ; Torre, Riccardo (EPFL, Lausanne, LPTP) ; Urbano, Alfredo (CERN)
The LHCb measurement of the $\mu/e$ ratio $R_{K^*}$ indicates a deficit with respect to the Standard Model prediction, supporting earlier hints of lepton universality violation observed in the $R_K$ ratio. We show that the $R_K$ and $R_{K^*}$ ratios alone constrain the chiralities of the states contributing to these anomalies, and we find deviations from the Standard Model at the $4\sigma$ level. [...]
CERNTH2017086; CP3ORIGINS2017014; IFUPTH2017; arXiv:1704.05438.
20170904  31 p.
 Published in : JHEP 09 (2017) 010
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20170415 08:30 
Multiloop calculations: numerical methods and applications
/ Borowka, S. (CERN) ; Heinrich, G. (Munich, Max Planck Inst.) ; Jahn, S. (Munich, Max Planck Inst.) ; Jones, S.P. (Munich, Max Planck Inst.) ; Kerner, M. (Munich, Max Planck Inst.) ; Schlenk, J. (Durham U., IPPP)
We briefly review numerical methods for calculations beyond one loop and then describe new developments within the method of sector decomposition in more detail. We also discuss applications to twoloop integrals involving several mass scales..
CERNTH2017051; IPPP1728; MPP201762; arXiv:1704.03832.
20171109  10 p.
 Published in : J. Phys. : Conf. Ser. 920 (2017) 012003
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20170415 08:30 
AnomalyFree Dark Matter Models are not so Simple
/ Ellis, John (King's Coll. London ; CERN) ; Fairbairn, Malcolm (King's Coll. London) ; Tunney, Patrick (King's Coll. London)
We explore the anomalycancellation constraints on simplified dark matter (DM) models with an extra U(1)$^\prime$ gauge boson $Z'$. We show that, if the Standard Model (SM) fermions are supplemented by a single DM fermion $\chi$ that is a singlet of the SM gauge group, and the SM quarks have nonzero U(1)$^\prime$ charges, the SM leptons must also have nonzero U(1)$^\prime$ charges, in which case LHC searches impose strong constraints on the $Z'$ mass. [...]
KCLPHTH201721; CERNTH2017084; arXiv:1704.03850.
20170816  19 p.
 Published in : JHEP 08 (2017) 053
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20170413 08:29 
Single top polarisation as a window to new physics
/ AguilarSaavedra, J.A. (Granada U., Theor. Phys. Astrophys.) ; Degrande, C. (CERN) ; Khatibi, S. (IPM, Tehran)
We discuss the effect of heavy new physics, parameterised in terms of fourfermion operators, in the polarisation of single top (anti)quarks in the $t$channel process at the LHC. It is found that for operators involving a righthanded top quark field the relative effect on the longitudinal polarisation is twice larger than the relative effect on the total cross section. [...]
CERNTH2017013; arXiv:1701.05900.
20170610  9 p.
 Published in : Phys. Lett. B 769 (2017) 498502
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20170412 07:18 
Colorful Twisted Top Partners and Partnerium at the LHC
/ Kats, Yevgeny (CERN ; Ben Gurion U. of Negev ; Weizmann Inst.) ; McCullough, Matthew (CERN) ; Perez, Gilad (Weizmann Inst.) ; Soreq, Yotam (MIT, Cambridge, CTP) ; Thaler, Jesse (MIT, Cambridge, CTP)
In scenarios that stabilize the electroweak scale, the top quark is typically accompanied by partner particles. In this work, we demonstrate how extended stabilizing symmetries can yield scalar or fermionic top partners that transform as ordinary color triplets but carry exotic electric charges. [...]
MITCTP4897; CERNTH2017073; arXiv:1704.03393.
20170623  34 p.
 Published in : JHEP 06 (2017) 126
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20170411 08:06 
Where is Particle Physics Going?
/ Ellis, John (King's Coll. London ; CERN)
The answer to the question in the title is: in search of new physics beyond the Standard Model, for which there are many motivations, including the likely instability of the electroweak vacuum, dark matter, the origin of matter, the masses of neutrinos, the naturalness of the hierarchy of mass scales, cosmological inflation and the search for quantum gravity. So far, however, there are no clear indications about the theoretical solutions to these problems, nor the experimental strategies to resolve them [...]
KCLPHTH201718; CERNTH2017080; arXiv:1704.02821.
20171208  21 p.
 Published in : Int. J. Mod. Phys. A 32 (2017) 1746001
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20170405 07:33 
Radiative symmetry breaking from interacting UV fixed points
/ Abel, Steven (Durham U., IPPP ; CERN) ; Sannino, Francesco (CERN ; U. Southern Denmark, CP3Origins ; U. Southern Denmark, Odense, DIAS)
It is shown that the addition of positive masssquared terms to asymptotically safe gaugeYukawa theories with perturbative UV fixed points leads to calculable radiative symmetry breaking in the IR. This phenomenon, and the multiplicative running of the operators that lies behind it, is akin to the radiative symmetry breaking that occurs in the Supersymmetric Standard Model..
CERNTH2017066; CP3ORIGINS2017011DNRF90; IPPP201723; arXiv:1704.00700.
20170928  14 p.
 Published in : Phys. Rev. D 96 (2017) 056028
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20170331 07:54 
Higher order perturbations of Antide Sitter space and timeperiodic solutions of vacuum Einstein equations
/ Rostworowski, Andrzej (Jagiellonian U.)
Motivated by the problem of stability of Antide Sitter (AdS) spacetime, we discuss nonlinear gravitational perturbations of maximally symmetric solutions of vacuum Einstein equations in general and the case of AdS in particular. We present the evidence that, similarly to the selfgravitating scalar field at spherical symmetry, the negative cosmological constant allows for the existence of globally regular, asymptotically AdS, timeperiodic solutions of vacuum Einstein equations whose frequencies bifurcate from linear eigenfrequencies of AdS. [...]
CERNTH2017023; arXiv:1701.07804.
20170626  16 p.
 Published in : Phys. Rev. D 95 (2017) 124043
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