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WIMP-nucleus scattering in chiral effective theory
A bstractWe discuss long-distance QCD corrections to the WIMP-nucleon(s) interactions in the framework of chiral effective theory. For scalar-mediated WIMP-quark interactions, we calculate all theExpand
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Dark force detection in low energy e-p collisions
We study the prospects for detecting a light boson X with mass mX ≾ 100 MeV at a low energy electron-proton collider. We focus on the case where X dominantly decays to e+e− as motivated by recentExpand
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Heavy dark matter annihilation from effective field theory.
We formulate an effective field theory description for SU(2)_{L} triplet fermionic dark matter by combining nonrelativistic dark matter with gauge bosons in the soft-collinear effective theory. For aExpand
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Jet Quenching from QCD Evolution
Recent advances in soft-collinear eective theory with Glauber gluons have led to the development of a new method that gives a unied description of inclusive hadron pro- duction in reactions withExpand
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Angular distributions of higher order splitting functions in the vacuum and in dense QCD matter
A bstractWe study the collinear splitting functions needed for next-to-next-to-leading order calculations of jet production in the vacuum and in dense QCD matter. These splitting functions describeExpand
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On Glauber modes in soft-collinear effective theory
Gluon interactions involving spectator partons in collisions at hadronic machines are investigated. We find a class of examples in which a mode, called Glauber gluons, must be introduced to theExpand
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One-loop correction to heavy dark matter annihilation
We calculate the one-loop corrections to TeV scale dark matter annihilation in a model where the dark matter is described by an SU(2)$_L$ triplet of Majorana fermions, such as the wino. We use thisExpand
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Infrared safety in factorized hard scattering cross-sections
Abstract The rules of soft-collinear effective theory can be used naively to write hard scattering cross-sections as convolutions of separate hard, jet, and soft functions. One condition required toExpand
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Effective predictions of event shapes: factorized, resummed and gapped angularity distributions
Using soft-collinear effective theory (SCET), which provides a unified framework for factorization, resummation of logarithms, and incorporation of universal nonperturbative functions inExpand
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An effective theory for jet propagation in dense QCD matter: jet broadening and medium-induced bremsstrahlung
Two effects, jet broadening and gluon bremsstrahlung induced by the propagation of a highly energetic quark in dense QCD matter, are reconsidered from effective theory point of view. We modify theExpand
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