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School of Physics and Astronomy > Theory Group" and Year is 2022

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LHC data interpretation within the 2HDM type II via a new analysis toolkit - Elena Accomando, Ciara Byers, David Englert, J Hays and Stefano Moretti
Type: Article | 2022

Type: Article | 2022

Multilepton Signatures from Dark Matter at the LHC - Alexander Belyaev, Ulla Blumenschein, Arran Freegard, Stefano Moretti and Dipan Sengupta
Type: Article | 2022

Explaining the 96 GeV Di-photon anomaly in a generic 2HDM Type-III - Rachid Benbrik, Mohammed Boukidi, Stefano Moretti and Souad Semlali
Type: Article | 2022

Semileptonic D→πℓν, D→Kℓν and Ds→Kℓν decays with 2+1f domain wall fermions - Peter Boyle, Luigi Del Debbio, Felix Erben, Jonathan Flynn, Andreas Jüttner, Antonin Portelli, J. Tobias Tsang and Oliver Witzel
Type: Article | 2022

Revisiting jet clustering algorithms for new Higgs Boson searches in hadronic final states - A. Chakraborty, S. Dasmahapatra, H.A. Day-hall, B.G. Ford, S. Jain, S. Moretti, E. Olaiya and C.H. Shepherd-Themistocleous
Type: Article | 2022

Weyl anomalies of four dimensional conformal boundaries and defects - Adam Chalabi, Christopher P. Herzog, Brandon Robinson, Jacopo Sisti and Andrew O'bannon
Type: Article | 2022

Bootstrapping a stress-tensor form factor through eight loops - Lance J. Dixon, Omer Gurdogan, Andrew J. McLeod and Matthias Wilhelm
Type: Article | 2022

Folding Amplitudes into Form Factors: An Antipodal Duality - Lance J. Dixon, Omer Gurdogan, Andrew J. McLeod and Matthias Wilhelm
Type: Article | 2022

Type: Article | 2022

Thermal Transitions in Domain Wall AdS/QCD - Nick Evans and Jack Mitchell
Type: Article | 2022

Leptogenesis in type Ib seesaw models - Bowen Fu and Stephen F. King
Type: Article | 2022

A predictive and testable unified theory of fermion masses, mixing and leptogenesis - Bowen Fu, Stephen F. King, Luca Marsili, Silvia Pascoli, Jessica Turner and Ye-Ling Zhou
Type: Article | 2022

Global symmetries and partial confinement - Masanori Hanada, Jack Holden, Matthew Knaggs and Andrew O'bannon
Type: Article | 2022

Provable properties of asymptotic safety in f(R) approximation - Alex Mitchell, Timothy Morris and Dalius Stulga
Type: Article | 2022

Conference or Workshop Item

Type: Conference or Workshop Item | 2022

Inclusive semi-leptonic B(s) mesons decay at the physical b quark mass - Alessandro Barone, Shoji Hashimoto, Andreas Jüttner, Takashi Kaneko and Ryan Kellermann
Type: Conference or Workshop Item | 2022

A lattice QCD perspective on weak decays of b and c quarks: Snowmass 2022 White Paper - Peter A. Boyle, Bipasha Chakraborty, Christine T. H. Davies, Thomas DeGrand, Carleton DeTar, Luigi Del Debbio, Aida X. El-Khadra, Felix Erben, Jonathan M. Flynn, Elvira Gámiz, Davide Giusti, Steven Gottlieb, Maxwell T. Hansen, Jochen Heitger, Ryan Hill, William I. Jay, Andreas Jüttner, Jonna Koponen, Andreas Kronfeld, Christoph Lehner, Andrew T. Lytle, Guido Martinelli, Stefan Meinel, Christopher J. Monahan, Ethan T. Neil, Antonin Portelli, James N. Simone, Silvano Simula, Rainer Sommer, Amarjit Soni, J. Tobias Tsang, Ruth S. Van de Water, Alejandro Vaquero, Ludovico Vittorio and Oliver Witzel
Type: Conference or Workshop Item | 2022

Monograph

Type: Monograph | 2022

The functional f(R) approximation - Tim R. Morris and Dalius Stulga
Type: Monograph | 2022

Dataset

Type: Dataset | 2022 | University of Southampton

Type: Dataset | 2022 | Zenodo | Item not available on this server.

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