New Theory group publications
July 21, 2021Theory Division
Two new papers on gravitational waves by Theory group member Diego Blas and collaborator Alex Jenkins. Detecting stochastic gravitational waves with binary resonance and Bridging the μHz gap in the gravitational-wave landscape with binary resonance
The current exploration of GWs leave a gap in at μHz very hard to cover by any observations. In this article, we propose the first method to explore this band to relevant values and with current or near future observations. We hope that this method will allow to unveil new mysteries about the Universe carried by GWs at these frequencies, such as those from primordial phase transitions, or more exotic phenomena.
New theory paper on axions
June 8, 2022
Do direct detection experiments constrain axionlike particles coupled to electrons? by Ricardo Z. Ferreira and collaborators has been published at Physical Review Letters.
Theory Group paper featured in AAS Nova research Highlights
June 1, 2022
“New Roads to the Small-scale Universe: Measurements of the Clustering of Matter with the High-redshift UV Galaxy Luminosity Function ” by Diego Blas and collaborators is featured in the AAS Nova research Highlights.
New theory paper on CP violation
May 25, 2022
“New-physics signatures via CP violation in η (0) → π 0 µ + µ − and η 0 → ηµ + µ − decays ” by R. Escribano, E. Royo and P. Sánchez-Puertas has been published in JHEP.