Carrasco, John Joseph M. Rodina, Laurentiu Yin, Zanpeng Zekioglu, Suna

Invoking increasingly higher dimension operators to encode novel UV physics in effective gauge and gravity theories traditionally means working with increasingly more finicky and difficult expressions. We demonstrate that local higher derivative supersymmetric-compatible operators at four-points can be absorbed into simpler higher-derivative correc...

Bellazzini, Brando Elias Miró, Joan Rattazzi, Riccardo Riembau, Marc Riva, Francesco

We find the complete set of conditions satisfied by the forward $2\to2$ scattering amplitude in unitarity and causal theories. These are based on an infinite set of energy dependent quantities -- the arcs -- which are dispersively expressed as moments of a positive measure defined at (arbitrarily) higher energies. We identify optimal finite subsets...

González, Hernán A. Puhm, Andrea Rojas, Francisco

We study the effect of loop corrections to conformal correlators on the celestial sphere at null infinity. We first analyze finite one-loop celestial amplitudes in pure Yang-Mills theory and Einstein gravity. We then turn to our main focus: infrared divergent loop amplitudes in planar $\mathcal{N}=4$ super Yang-Mills theory. We compute the celestia...

Abdesselam, A. Adachi, I. Adamczyk, K. Ahn, J.K. Aihara, H. Al Said, S. Arinstein, K. Arita, Y. Asner, D.M. Atmacan, H.
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In the Standard Model (SM) charmless hadronic decays $B_s^0 \rightarrow \eta^\prime \eta$ proceed via tree-level $b\to u$ and penguin $b\to s$ transitions. Penguin transitions are sensitive to Beyond-the-Standard-Model (BSM) physics scenarios and could affect the branching fractions and {\it CP} asymmetries in such decays. Once branching fractions ...

Fumagalli, Jacopo Postma, Marieke van den Bout, Melvin
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Journal of High Energy Physics

Most of the inflationary models that are in agreement with the Planck data rely on the presence of non-renormalizable operators. If the connection to low energy particle physics is made, the renormalization group (RG) introduces a sensitivity to ultraviolet (UV) physics that can be crucial in determining the inflationary predictions. We analyse thi...

Di Vecchia, Paolo Heissenberg, Carlo Russo, Rodolfo Veneziano, Gabriele

We discuss the ultra-relativistic gravitational scattering of two massive particles at two-loop (3PM) level. We find that in this limit the real part of the eikonal, determining the deflection angle, is universal for gravitational theories in the two derivative approximation. This means that, regardless of the number of supersymmetries or the natur...

Uhlrich, Gregoire Mahmoudi, Farvah Arbey, Alexandre

Theoretical calculations Beyond the Standard Model (BSM) constitute a challenge for high energy physicists, but are necessary when searching for New Physics. The predictions of a BSM scenario need to be compared with experimental data and the Standard Model values in order to identify the model that fits better what we observe in particle colliders...

Rodina, Laurentiu

We extend on-shell bootstrap methods from spacetime amplitudes to the worldsheet objects of the CHY formalism. We find that the integrands corresponding to tree-level non-linear sigma model, Yang-Mills and $(DF)^2$ theory are determined by demanding enhanced UV scaling under BCFW shifts. Back in spacetime, we also find that $(DF)^2$ theory is fixed...

Kampf, Karol Knecht, Marc Novotny, Jiri Zdrahal, Martin

We present and develop a general dispersive framework allowing us to construct representations of the amplitudes for the processes $P\pi\to\pi\pi$, $P=K,\eta$, valid at the two-loop level in the low-energy expansion. The construction proceeds through a two-step iteration, starting from the tree-level amplitudes and their S and P partial-wave projec...

Aad, G. Abbott, B. Abbott, D. C. Abed Abud, A. Abeling, K. Abhayasinghe, D. K. Abidi, S. H. AbouZeid, O. S. Abraham, N. L. Abramowicz, H.
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Journal of High Energy Physics

The dynamics of isolated-photon plus two-jet production in pp collisions at a centre-of-mass energy of 13 TeV are studied with the ATLAS detector at the LHC using a dataset corresponding to an integrated luminosity of 36.1 fb−1. Cross sections are measured as functions of a variety of observables, including angular correlations and invariant masses...