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The Electroweak Phase Transition: A Non-Perturbative Analysis

- K. Kajantie, M. Laine, K. Rummukainen, M. Shaposhnikov
- Physics
- 29 April 1996

We study on the lattice the 3d SU(2)+Higgs model, which is an effective theory of a large class of 4d high temperature gauge theories. Using the exact constant physics curve, continuum (V → ∞, a → 0)… Expand

Sterile neutrino dark matter as a consequence of nuMSM-induced lepton asymmetry

- M. Laine, M. Shaposhnikov
- Physics
- 29 April 2008

It has been pointed out by one of the authors (Shaposhnikov 2008Preprint0804.4542) that in the νMSM (Standard Model extended with three right-handed neutrinos with masses smaller than the electroweak… Expand

Lightest sterile neutrino abundance within the nuMSM

- T. Asaka, M. Laine, M. Shaposhnikov
- Physics
- 14 December 2006

We determine the abundance of the lightest (dark matter) sterile neutrinos created in the Early Universe due to active-sterile neutrino transitions from the thermal plasma. Our starting point is the… Expand

Generic rules for high temperature dimensional reduction and their application to the Standard Model

- K. Kajantie, M. Laine, K. Rummukainen, M. Shaposhnikov
- Physics
- 1996

We formulate the rules for dimensional reduction of a generic finite temperature gauge theory to a simpler three-dimensional effective bosonic theory in terms of a matching of Green’s functions in… Expand

Real-time static potential in hot QCD

- M. Laine, O. Philipsen, P. Romatschke, M. Tassler
- Physics
- 23 November 2006

We derive a static potential for a heavy quark- antiquark pair propagating in Minkowski time at finite temperature, by defining a suitable gauge-invariant Green's function and computing it to first… Expand

Two-loop QCD gauge coupling at high temperatures

- M. Laine, Y. Schroder
- Physics
- 1 March 2005

We determine the 2-loop effective gauge coupling of QCD at high temperatures, defined as a matching coefficient appearing in the dimensionally reduced effective field theory. The result allows to… Expand

Static correlation lengths in QCD at high temperatures and finite densities

- A. Hart, M. Laine, O. Philipsen
- Physics
- 6 April 2000

We use a perturbatively derived effective field theory and three-dimensional lattice simulations to determine the longest static correlation lengths in the deconfined QCD plasma phase at high… Expand

FCC-hh: The Hadron Collider: Future Circular Collider Conceptual Design Report Volume 3

- A. Abada, M. Abbrescia, +1,354 authors J. Zurita
- Physics
- 1 June 2019

In response to the 2013 Update of the European Strategy for Particle Physics, the Future Circular Collider (FCC) study was launched, as an international collaboration hosted by CERN. This study cov… Expand

Dimensionally regularized Polyakov loop correlators in hot QCD

- Y. Burnier, M. Laine, M. Vepsäläinen
- Physics
- 18 November 2009

A popular observable in finite-temperature lattice QCD is the so-called singlet quark-antiquark free energy, conventionally defined in Coulomb gauge. In an effort to interpret the existing numerical… Expand

The Pressure of hot QCD up to g6 ln(1/g)

- K. Kajantie, M. Laine, K. Rummukainen, Y. Schroder
- Physics
- 20 November 2002

The free energy density, or pressure, of QCD has at high temperatures an expansion in the coupling constant g, known so far up to order g^5. We compute here the last contribution which can be… Expand

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