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  • Journal article
    Arun KG, Belgacem E, Benkel R, Bernard L, Berti E, Bertone G, Besancon M, Blas D, Bohmer CG, Brito R, Calcagni G, Cardenas-Avendano A, Clough K, Crisostomi M, De Luca V, Doneva D, Escoffier S, Ezquiaga JM, Ferreira PG, Fleury P, Foffa S, Franciolini G, Frusciante N, Garcia-Bellido J, Herdeiro C, Hertog T, Hinderer T, Jetzer P, Lombriser L, Maggio E, Maggiore M, Mancarella M, Maselli A, Nampalliwar S, Nichols D, Okounkova M, Pani P, Paschalidis V, Raccanelli A, Randall L, Renaux-Petel S, Riotto A, Ruiz M, Saffer A, Sakellariadou M, Saltas ID, Sathyaprakash BS, Shao L, Sopuerta CF, Sotiriou TP, Stergioulas N, Tamanini N, Vernizzi F, Witek H, Wu K, Yagi K, Yazadjiev S, Yunes N, Zilhao M, Afshordi N, Angonin M-C, Baibhav V, Barausse E, Barreiro T, Bartolo N, Bellomo N, Ben-Dayan I, Bergshoeff EA, Bernuzzi S, Bertacca D, Bhagwat S, Bonga B, Burko LM, Compere G, Cusin G, da Silva A, Das S, de Rham C, Destounis K, Dimastrogiovanni E, Duque F, Easther R, Farmer H, Fasiello M, Fisenko S, Fransen K, Frauendiener J, Gair J, Gergely LA, Gerosa D, Gualtieri L, Han W-B, Hees A, Helfer T, Hennig J, Jenkins AC, Kajfasz E, Kaloper N, Karas V, Kavanagh BJ, Klioner SA, Koushiappas SM, Lagos M, Le Poncin-Lafitte C, Lobo FSN, Markakis C, Martin-Moruno P, Martins CJAP, Matarrese S, Mayerson DR, Mimoso JP, Noller J, Nunes NJ, Oliveri R, Orlando G, Pappas G, Pikovski I, Pilo L, Pratten G, Prokopec T, Qi H, Rastgoo S, Ricciardone A, Rollo R, Rubiera-Garcia D, Sergijenko O, Shapiro S, Shoemaker D, Spallicci A, Stashko O, Stein LC, Tasinato G, Tolley AJ, Vagenas EC, Vandoren S, Vernieri D, Vicente R, Wiseman T, Zhdanov V, Zumalacarregui Met al., 2022,

    New horizons for fundamental physics with LISA

    , LIVING REVIEWS IN RELATIVITY, Vol: 25, ISSN: 2367-3613
  • Journal article
    Hoare B, Seibold FK, Tseytlin AA, 2022,

    Integrable supersymmetric deformations of AdS(3)x S(3)x T-4

    , JOURNAL OF HIGH ENERGY PHYSICS, ISSN: 1029-8479
  • Journal article
    Bourget A, Grimminger JF, Hanany A, Zhong Zet al., 2022,

    The Hasse diagram of the moduli space of instantons

    , JOURNAL OF HIGH ENERGY PHYSICS, ISSN: 1029-8479
  • Journal article
    Gerhardinger M, Giblin JT, Tolley AJ, Trodden Met al., 2022,

    Well-posed UV completion for simulating scalar Galileons

    , Physical Review D, Vol: 106, ISSN: 2470-0010

    The Galileon scalar field theory is a prototypical example of an effective field theory that exhibits the Vainshtein screening mechanism, which is incorporated into many extensions to Einstein gravity. The Galileon describes the helicity-zero mode of gravitational radiation, the presence of which has significant implications for predictions of gravitational waves from orbiting objects and for tests of gravity sensitive to additional polarizations. Because of the derivative nature of their interactions, Galileons are superficially not well posed as effective field theories. Although this property is properly understood merely as an artifact of the effective field theory truncation, and is not theoretically worrisome, at the practical level it nevertheless renders numerical simulation highly problematic. Notwithstanding, previous numerical approaches have successfully evolved the system for reasonable initial data by slowly turning on the interactions. We present here two alternative approaches to improving numerical stability in Galileon numerical simulations. One of these is a minor modification of previous approaches, which introduces a low-pass filter that amounts to imposing a UV cutoff together with a relaxation method of turning on interactions. The second approach amounts to constructing a (numerical) UV completion for which the dynamics of the high momentum modes is under control and for which it is unnecessary to slowly turn on nonlinear interactions. We show that numerical simulations of the UV theory successfully reproduce the correct Galileon dynamics at low energies, consistent with the low-pass filter method and with previous numerical simulations.

  • Journal article
    Acharya B, Alexandre J, Benes P, Bergmann B, Bertolucci S, Bevan A, Bhattacharyya R, Branzas H, Burian P, Campbell M, Cecchini S, Cho YM, de Montigny M, De Roeck A, Ellis JR, ElSawy M, Fairbairn M, Felea D, Frank M, Hays J, Hirt AM, Hung PQ, Janecek J, Kalliokoski M, Korzenev A, Lacarrere DH, Leroy C, Levi G, Lionti A, Margiotta A, Maselek R, Maulik A, Mauri N, Mavromatos NE, Musumeci E, Mieskolainen M, Millward L, Mitsou VA, Orava R, Ostrovskiy I, Ouimet P-P, Papavassiliou J, Parker B, Patrizii L, Pinfold JL, Popa LA, Popa V, Pozzato M, Pospisil S, Rajantie A, de Austri RR, Sahnoun Z, Sakellariadou M, Sakurai K, Santra A, Sarkar S, Semenoff G, Shaa A, Sirri G, Sliwa K, Soluk R, Spurio M, Staelens M, Suk M, Tenti M, Togo V, Upreti A, Vento V, Vives Oet al., 2022,

    Search for highly-ionizing particles in pp collisions at the LHC's Run-1 using the prototype MoEDAL detector

    , EUROPEAN PHYSICAL JOURNAL C, Vol: 82, ISSN: 1434-6044
  • Working paper
    Cheung KCM, Fry JHT, Gauntlett JP, Sparks Jet al., 2022,

    M5-branes wrapped on four-dimensional orbifolds

    , Publisher: ArXiv

    We construct supersymmetric $AdS_3$ solutions of $D=11$ supergravity, dual to$d=2$, $\mathcal{N}=(0,2)$ SCFTs, that are associated with M5-branes wrappingtwo different four-dimensional orbifolds. In one case the orbifold is a spindlefibred over another spindle, while in the other it is a spindle fibred over aRiemann surface with genus $g>1$. We show that the central charges of the $d=2$SCFTs calculated from the gravity solutions agree with field theorycomputations using anomaly polynomials. The new $D=11$ solutions are obtainedafter constructing a new consistent Kaluza-Klein truncation of maximal $D=7$gauged supergravity reduced on a spindle down to $D=5$ minimal gaugedsupergravity.

  • Journal article
    Bourget A, Grimminger JF, Hanany A, Kalveks R, Zhong Zet al., 2022,

    Higgs branches of U/SU quivers via brane locking

    , JOURNAL OF HIGH ENERGY PHYSICS, ISSN: 1029-8479
  • Journal article
    Bourget A, Dancer A, Grimminger JF, Hanany A, Zhong Zet al., 2022,

    Partial implosions and quivers

    , JOURNAL OF HIGH ENERGY PHYSICS, ISSN: 1029-8479
  • Journal article
    Erickson CW, Leung R, Stelle KS, 2022,

    Higgs Effect Without Lunch

    , Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences, ISSN: 1364-503X

    Reduction in effective spacetime dimensionality can occur in field-theorymodels more general than the widely studied dimensional reductions based ontechnically consistent truncations. Situations where wavefunction factorsdepend nontrivially on coordinates transverse to the effective lower dimensioncan give rise to unusual patterns of gauge symmetry breaking. Leading-ordergauge modes can be left massless, but naturally occurring Stueckelberg modescan couple importantly at quartic order and higher, thus generating a "covert"pattern of gauge symmetry breaking. Such a situation is illustrated in afive-dimensional model of scalar electrodynamics in which one spatial dimensionis taken to be an interval with Dirichlet/Robin boundary conditions on opposingends. This simple model illuminates a mechanism which also has been found ingravitational braneworld scenarios.

  • Journal article
    Evans T, Chen B, 2022,

    Linking the network centrality measures closeness and degree

    , Communications Physics, Vol: 5, Pages: 1-11, ISSN: 2399-3650

    Measuring the importance of nodes in a network with a centrality measure is an core task in any network application. There many measures available and it is speculated that many encode similar information. We give an explicit non-linear relationship between two of the most popular measures of node centrality: degree and closeness. Based on a shortest-path tree approximation, we give an analytic derivation that shows the inverse ofcloseness is linearly dependent on the logarithm of degree. We show that our hypothesis works well for a range of networks produced from stochastic network models and for networks derived from 130 real-world data sets. We connect our results with previous results for other network distance scales such as average distance. Our results imply that measuring closeness is broadly redundant unless our relationship is used to remove the dependence on degree from closeness. The success of our relationship suggests that most networks can be approximated by shortest-path spanning trees which are all statistically similar two or more steps away from their root nodes.

  • Journal article
    Addazi A, Alvarez-Muniz J, Alves Batista R, Amelino-Camelia G, Antonelli V, Arzano M, Asorey M, Atteia J-L, Bahamonde S, Bajardi F, Ballesteros A, Baret B, Barreiros DM, Basilakos S, Benisty D, Birnholtz O, Blanco-Pillado JJ, Blas D, Bolmont J, Boncioli D, Bosso P, Calcagni G, Capozziello S, Carmona JM, Cerci S, Chernyakova M, Clesse S, Coelho JAB, Colak SM, Cortes JL, Das S, D'Esposito V, Demirci M, Di Luca MG, di Matteo A, Dimitrijevic D, Djordjevic G, Prester DD, Eichhorn A, Ellis J, Escamilla-Rivera C, Fabiano G, Franchino-Vinas SA, Frassino AM, Frattulillo D, Funk S, Fuster A, Gamboa J, Gent A, Gergely LA, Giammarchi M, Giesel K, Glicenstein J-F, Gracia-Bondia J, Gracia-Ruiz R, Gubitosi G, Guendelman E, Gutierrez-Sagredo I, Haegel L, Heefer S, Held A, Herranz FJ, Hinderer T, Illana JI, Ioannisian A, Jetzer P, Joaquim FR, Kampert K-H, Uysal AK, Katori T, Kazarian N, Kerszberg D, Kowalski-Glikman J, Kuroyanagi S, Lammerzahl C, Said JL, Liberati S, Lim E, Lobo IP, Lopez-Moya M, Luciano GG, Manganaro M, Marciano A, Martin-Moruno P, Martinez M, Martinez M, Martinez-Huerta H, Martinez-Mirave P, Masip M, Mattingly D, Mavromatos N, Mazumdar A, Mendez F, Mercati F, Micanovic S, Mielczarek J, Miller AL, Milosevic M, Minic D, Miramonti L, Mitsou VA, Moniz P, Mukherjee S, Nardini G, Navas S, Niechciol M, Nielsen AB, Obers NA, Oikonomou F, Oriti D, Paganini CF, Palomares-Ruiz S, Pasechnik R, Pasic V, de los Heros CP, Pfeifer C, Pieroni M, Piran T, Platania A, Rastgoo S, Relancio JJ, Reyes MA, Ricciardone A, Risse M, Rodriguez Frias MD, Rosati G, Rubiera-Garcia D, Sahlmann H, Sakellariadou M, Salamida F, Saridakis EN, Satunin P, Schiffer M, Schussler F, Sigl G, Sitarek J, Sola Peracaula J, Sopuerta CF, Sotiriou TP, Spurio M, Staicova D, Stergioulas N, Stoica S, Striskovic J, Stuttard T, Cerci DS, Tavakoli Y, Ternes CA, Terzic T, Thiemann T, Tinyakov P, Torri MDC, Tortola M, Trimarelli C, Trzesniewski T, Tureanu A, Urban FR, Vagenas EC, Vernieri D, Vitagliano V, Wallet J-C Zet al., 2022,

    Quantum gravity phenomenology at the dawn of the multi-messenger era-A review

    , PROGRESS IN PARTICLE AND NUCLEAR PHYSICS, Vol: 125, ISSN: 0146-6410
  • Journal article
    Mylova M, Moschou M, Afshordi N, Magueijo Jet al., 2022,

    Non-gaussian signatures of a thermal big bang

    , Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics, Vol: 2022, Pages: 1-25, ISSN: 1475-7516

    What if Big Bang was hot from its very inception? This is possible in a bimetric theory where the source of fluctuations is thermal, requiring the model to live on a critical boundary in the space of parameters and can be realized when an anti-DBI brane moves within an EAdS2 ×E3 geometry. This setup renders the model unique, with sharp predictions for the scalar spectral index and its running. We investigate the non-Gaussian signatures of this thermal bimetric model, or "bi-thermal" for short. We adapt the standard calculation of non-Gaussianities for P(X,ϕ) models to the thermal nature of the model, emphasising how the bi-thermal peculiarities affect the calculation and alter results. This leads to precise predictions for the shape and amplitude of the three-point function of the bi-thermal model (at tree-level): flocalNL = -3/2 and fequilNL = -2 + 4 √(3)π/9 ≃ 0.4. We also discover a new shape of flattened non-gaussianity ∝ (k1 + k2 - k3)-3/2 + permutations, which is expected due to the excited thermal initial conditions. These results, along with our earlier predictions for the scalar power spectrum, provide sharp targets for the future generation of cosmological surveys.

  • Working paper
    Evans TS, Chen B, 2022,

    Linking the network centrality measures closeness and degree

    , Publisher: ArXiv

    We propose a non-linear relationship between two of the most importantmeasures of centrality in a network: degree and closeness. Based on ashortest-path tree approximation, we give an analytic derivation that shows theinverse of closeness is linearly dependent on the logarithm of degree. We showthat our hypothesis works well for a range of networks produced from stochasticnetwork models including the Erdos-Reyni and Barabasi-Albert models. We thentest our relation on networks derived from a wide range of real-world dataincluding social networks, communication networks, citation networks, co-authornetworks, and hyperlink networks. We find our relationship holds true within afew percent in most, but not all, cases. We suggest some ways that thisrelationship can be used to enhance network analysis.

  • Journal article
    Adam A, Figueras P, Jacobson T, Wiseman Tet al., 2022,

    Rotating black holes in Einstein-aether theory

    , CLASSICAL AND QUANTUM GRAVITY, Vol: 39, ISSN: 0264-9381
  • Journal article
    Vasiliauskaite V, Evans TS, Expert P, 2022,

    Cycle analysis of directed acyclic graphs

    , Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications, Vol: 596, Pages: 1-22, ISSN: 0378-4371

    In this paper, we employ the decomposition of a directed network as an undirected graph plus its associated node meta-data to characterise the cyclic structure found in directed networks by finding a Minimal Cycle Basis of the undirected graph and augmenting its components with direction information. We show that only four classes of directed cycles exist, and that they can be fully distinguished by the organisation and number of source–sink node pairs and their antichain structure. We are particularly interested in Directed Acyclic Graphs and introduce a set of metrics that characterise the Minimal Cycle Basis using the Directed Acyclic Graphs meta-data information. In particular, we numerically show that transitive reduction stabilises the properties of Minimal Cycle Bases measured by the metrics we introduced while retaining key properties of the Directed Acyclic Graph. This makes the metrics a consistent characterisation of Directed Acyclic Graphs and the systems they represent. We measure the characteristics of the Minimal Cycle Bases of four models of transitively reduced Directed Acyclic Graphs and show that the metrics introduced are able to distinguish the models and are sensitive to their generating mechanisms.

  • Journal article
    Duff MJ, 2022,

    The conformal brane-scan: an update

    , JOURNAL OF HIGH ENERGY PHYSICS, ISSN: 1029-8479
  • Journal article
    Josse G, Malek E, Petrini M, Waldram Det al., 2022,

    The higher-dimensional origin of five-dimensional N=2 gauged supergravities

    , JOURNAL OF HIGH ENERGY PHYSICS, ISSN: 1029-8479
  • Journal article
    Hulik O, Valach F, 2022,

    Exceptional Algebroids and Type IIA Superstrings

    , FORTSCHRITTE DER PHYSIK-PROGRESS OF PHYSICS, Vol: 70, ISSN: 0015-8208
  • Journal article
    Filippini JP, Gambrel AE, Rahlin AS, Young EY, Ade PAR, Amiri M, Benton SJ, Bergman AS, Bihary R, Bock JJ, Bond JR, Bonetti JA, Bryan SA, Chiang HC, Contaldi CR, Dore O, Duivenvoorden AJ, Eriksen HK, Farhang M, Fraisse AA, Freese K, Galloway M, Gandilo NN, Ganga K, Gualtieri R, Gudmundsson JE, Halpern M, Hartley J, Hasselfield M, Hilton G, Holmes W, Hristov VV, Huang Z, Irwin KD, Jones WC, Karakci A, Kuo CL, Kermish ZD, Leung JS-Y, Li S, Mak DSY, Mason P, Megerian K, Moncelsi L, Morford TA, Nagy JM, Netterfield CB, Nolta M, O'Brient R, Osherson B, Padilla IL, Racine B, Reintsema C, Ruhl JE, Runyan MC, Ruud TM, Shariff JA, Shaw EC, Shiu C, Soler JD, Song X, Trangsrud A, Tucker C, Tucker RS, Turner AD, van der List JF, Weber AC, Wehus IK, Wen S, Wiebe Det al., 2022,

    In-Flight Gain Monitoring of SPIDER's Transition-Edge Sensor Arrays

    , JOURNAL OF LOW TEMPERATURE PHYSICS, ISSN: 0022-2291
  • Journal article
    Ashmore A, Petrini M, Tasker EL, Waldram Det al., 2022,

    Exactly Marginal Deformations and Their Supergravity Duals

    , PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS, Vol: 128, ISSN: 0031-9007
  • Journal article
    Roberts MM, Wiseman T, 2022,

    Curved-space Dirac description of elastically deformed monolayer graphene is generally incorrect

    , PHYSICAL REVIEW B, Vol: 105, ISSN: 2469-9950
  • Journal article
    AbdusSalam SS, Agocs FJ, Allanach BC, Athron P, Balazs C, Bagnaschi E, Bechtle P, Buchmueller O, Beniwal A, Bhom J, Bloor S, Bringmann T, Buckley A, Butter A, Camargo-Molina JE, Chrzaszcz M, Conrad J, Cornell JM, Danninger M, de Blas J, De Roeck A, Desch K, Dolan M, Dreiner H, Eberhardt O, Ellis J, Ben F, Fedele M, Flaecher H, Fowlie A, Gonzalo TE, Grace P, Hamer M, Handley W, Harz J, Heinemeyer S, Hoof S, Hotinli S, Jackson P, Kahlhoefer F, Kowalska K, Kraemer M, Kvellestad A, Martinez ML, Mahmoudi F, Martinez Santos D, Martinez GD, Mishima S, Olive K, Paul A, Prim MT, Porod W, Raklev A, Renk JJ, Rogan C, Roszkowski L, de Austri RR, Sakurai K, Scaffidi A, Scott P, Sessolo EM, Stefaniak T, Stoecker P, Su W, Trojanowski S, Trotta R, Tsai Y-LS, Van den Abeele J, Valli M, Vincent AC, Weiglein G, White M, Wienemann P, Wu L, Zhang Yet al., 2022,

    Simple and statistically sound recommendations for analysing physical theories

    , REPORTS ON PROGRESS IN PHYSICS, Vol: 85, ISSN: 0034-4885
  • Working paper
    Auclair P, Bacon D, Baker T, Barreiro T, Bartolo N, Belgacem E, Bellomo N, Ben-Dayan I, Bertacca D, Besancon M, Blanco-Pillado JJ, Blas D, Boileau G, Calcagni G, Caldwell R, Caprini C, Carbone C, Chang C-F, Chen H-Y, Christensen N, Clesse S, Comelli D, Congedo G, Contaldi C, Crisostomi M, Croon D, Cui Y, Cusin G, Cutting D, Dalang C, Luca VD, Pozzo WD, Desjacques V, Dimastrogiovanni E, Dorsch GC, Ezquiaga JM, Fasiello M, Figueroa DG, Flauger R, Franciolini G, Frusciante N, Fumagalli J, Garcia-Bellido J, Gould O, Holz D, Iacconi L, Jain RK, Jenkins AC, Jinno R, Joana C, Karnesis N, Konstandin T, Koyama K, Kozaczuk J, Kuroyanagi S, Laghi D, Lewicki M, Lombriser L, Madge E, Maggiore M, Malhotra A, Mancarella M, Mandic V, Mangiagli A, Matarrese S, Mazumdar A, Mukherjee S, Musco I, Nardini G, No JM, Papanikolaou T, Peloso M, Pieroni M, Pilo L, Raccanelli A, Renaux-Petel S, Renzini AI, Ricciardone A, Riotto A, Romano JD, Rollo R, Pol AR, Morales ER, Sakellariadou M, Saltas ID, Scalisi M, Schmitz K, Schwaller P, Sergijenko O, Servant G, Simakachorn P, Sorbo L, Sousa L, Speri L, Steer DA, Tamanini N, Tasinato G, Torrado J, Unal C, Vennin V, Vernieri D, Vernizzi F, Volonteri M, Wachter JM, Wands D, Witkowski LT, Zumalacárregui M, Annis J, Ares FR, Avelino PP, Avgoustidis A, Barausse E, Bonilla A, Bonvin C, Bosso P, Calabrese M, Çalışkan M, Cembranos JAR, Chala M, Chernoff D, Clough K, Criswell A, Das S, Silva AD, Dayal P, Domcke V, Durrer R, Easther R, Escoffier S, Ferrans S, Fryer C, Gair J, Gordon C, Hendry M, Hindmarsh M, Hooper DC, Kajfasz E, Kopp J, Koushiappas SM, Kumar U, Kunz M, Lagos M, Lilley M, Lizarraga J, Lobo FSN, Maleknejad A, Martins CJAP, Meerburg PD, Meyer R, Mimoso JP, Nesseris S, Nunes N, Oikonomou V, Orlando G, Özsoy O, Pacucci F, Palmese A, Petiteau A, Pinol L, Zwart SP, Pratten G, Prokopec T, Quenby J, Rastgoo S, Roest D, Rummukainen K, Schimd C, Secroun A, Sopuerta CF, Tereno I, Tolley A, Urrestilla J, Vagenas EC, Vis JVD, Weygaert RVD, Wardell B, Weiet al., 2022,

    Cosmology with the Laser Interferometer Space Antenna

    , Publisher: ArXiv

    The Laser Interferometer Space Antenna (LISA) has two scientific objectivesof cosmological focus: to probe the expansion rate of the universe, and tounderstand stochastic gravitational-wave backgrounds and their implications forearly universe and particle physics, from the MeV to the Planck scale. However,the range of potential cosmological applications of gravitational waveobservations extends well beyond these two objectives. This publicationpresents a summary of the state of the art in LISA cosmology, theory andmethods, and identifies new opportunities to use gravitational waveobservations by LISA to probe the universe.

  • Journal article
    Leung JS-Y, Hartley J, Nagy JM, Netterfield CB, Shariff JA, Ade PAR, Amiri M, Benton SJ, Bergman AS, Bihary R, Bock JJ, Bond JR, Bonetti JA, Bryan SA, Chiang HC, Contaldi CR, Dore O, Duivenvoorden AJ, Eriksen HK, Farhang M, Filippini JP, Fraisse AA, Freese K, Galloway M, Gambrel AE, Gandilo NN, Ganga K, Gualtieri R, Gudmundsson JE, Halpern M, Hasselfield M, Hilton G, Holmes W, Hristov VV, Huang Z, Irwin KD, Jones WC, Karakci A, Kuo CL, Kermish ZD, Li S, Mak DSY, Mason P, Megerian K, Moncelsi L, Morford TA, Nolta M, Osherson B, Padilla IL, Racine B, Rahlin AS, Reintsema C, Ruhl JE, Runyan MC, Ruud TM, Shaw EC, Shiu C, Soler JD, Song X, Trangsrud A, Tucker C, Tucker RS, Turner AD, van der List JF, Weber AC, Wehus IK, Wen S, Wiebe D, Young EYet al., 2022,

    A Simulation-based Method for Correcting Mode Coupling in CMB Angular Power Spectra

    , ASTROPHYSICAL JOURNAL, Vol: 928, ISSN: 0004-637X
  • Journal article
    Bao J, Hanany A, He YH, Hirst Eet al., 2022,

    Some Open Questions in Quiver Gauge Theory

    , Proyecciones, Vol: 41, Pages: 355-386, ISSN: 0716-0917

    Quivers, gauge theories and singular geometries are of great interest in both mathematics and physics. In this note, we collect a few open questions which have arisen in various recent works at the intersection between gauge theories, representation theory, and algebraic geometry. The questions originate from the study of supersymmetric gauge theories in different dimensions with different supersymmetries. Although these constitute merely the tip of a vast iceberg, we hope this guide can give a hint of possible directions in future research.

  • Journal article
    de Rham C, Tolley AJ, Zhang J, 2022,

    Causality Constraints on Gravitational Effective Field Theories

    , PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS, Vol: 128, ISSN: 0031-9007
  • Journal article
    Borsten L, Marrani A, Pope CN, Stelle Ket al., 2022,

    Introduction to the special issue dedicated to Michael J. Duff FRS on the occasion of his 70th birthday

    , PROCEEDINGS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY A-MATHEMATICAL PHYSICAL AND ENGINEERING SCIENCES, Vol: 478, ISSN: 1364-5021
  • Journal article
    Collaboration SPIDER, Ade PAR, Amiri M, Benton SJ, Bergman AS, Bihary R, Bock JJ, Bond JR, Bonetti JA, Bryan SA, Chiang HC, Contaldi CR, Doré O, Duivenvoorden AJ, Eriksen HK, Farhang M, Filippini JP, Fraisse AA, Freese K, Galloway M, Gambrel AE, Gandilo NN, Ganga K, Gualtieri R, Gudmundsson JE, Halpern M, Hartley J, Hasselfield M, Hilton G, Holmes W, Hristov VV, Huang Z, Irwin KD, Jones WC, Karakci A, Kuo CL, Kermish ZD, Leung JS-Y, Li S, Mak DSY, Mason PV, Megerian K, Moncelsi L, Morford TA, Nagy JM, Netterfield CB, Nolta M, O'Brient R, Osherson B, Padilla IL, Racine B, Rahlin AS, Reintsema C, Ruhl JE, Runyan MC, Ruud TM, Shariff JA, Shaw EC, Shiu C, Soler JD, Song X, Trangsrud A, Tucker C, Tucker RS, Turner AD, List JFVD, Weber AC, Wehus IK, Wen S, Wiebe DV, Young EYet al., 2022,

    A constraint on primordial B-modes from the first flight of the spider balloon-borne telescope

    , The Astrophysical Journal: an international review of astronomy and astronomical physics, Vol: 927, Pages: 1-26, ISSN: 0004-637X

    We present the first linear polarization measurements from the 2015long-duration balloon flight of SPIDER, an experiment designed to map thepolarization of the cosmic microwave background (CMB) on degree angular scales.Results from these measurements include maps and angular power spectra fromobservations of 4.8% of the sky at 95 and 150 GHz, along with the results ofinternal consistency tests on these data. While the polarized CMB anisotropyfrom primordial density perturbations is the dominant signal in this region ofsky, Galactic dust emission is also detected with high significance; Galacticsynchrotron emission is found to be negligible in the SPIDER bands. We employtwo independent foreground-removal techniques in order to explore thesensitivity of the cosmological result to the assumptions made by each. Theprimary method uses a dust template derived from Planck data to subtract theGalactic dust signal. A second approach, employing a joint analysis of SPIDERand Planck data in the harmonic domain, assumes a modified-blackbody model forthe spectral energy distribution of the dust with no constraint on its spatialmorphology. Using a likelihood that jointly samples the template amplitude and$r$ parameter space, we derive 95% upper limits on the primordialtensor-to-scalar ratio from Feldman-Cousins and Bayesian constructions, finding$r<0.11$ and $r<0.19$, respectively. Roughly half the uncertainty in $r$derives from noise associated with the template subtraction. New data at 280GHz from SPIDER's second flight will complement the Planck polarization maps,providing powerful measurements of the polarized Galactic dust emission.

  • Journal article
    Chen CY-R, de Rham C, Margalit A, Tolley AJet al., 2022,

    A cautionary case of casual causality

    , JOURNAL OF HIGH ENERGY PHYSICS, ISSN: 1029-8479
  • Journal article
    de Rham C, Garcia-Saenz S, Heisenberg L, Pozsgay Vet al., 2022,

    Cosmology of Extended Proca-Nuevo

    , JOURNAL OF COSMOLOGY AND ASTROPARTICLE PHYSICS, ISSN: 1475-7516

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Note to staff:  Adding new publications to a research group

  1. Log in to Symplectic.
  2. Click on Menu > Create Links
  3. Choose what you want to create links between – in this case ‘Publications’ and ‘Organisational structures’.
  4. Choose the organisational structure (research group) into which you want to link the publications and check the box next to it.
  5. Now check the box of any publication you want to add to that group. You can use the filters to find what you want and select multiple publications if necessary. 
  6. Scroll to the bottom and click the blue ‘Create new link’ button to link them.
  7. The publications will be added to the group, and will be displayed on the group publications feed within 24 hours (it is not immediate).

Any problems, talk to Tim Evans or the Faculty Web Team.