## 10 Citations

A Review of Quantum Gravity at the Large Hadron Collider

- Physics
- 2010

The aim of this paper is to review the recent developments in the phenomenology of quantum gravity at the Large Hadron Collider. We shall pay special attention to four-dimensional models which are…

Quantum gravity at the LHC

- Physics
- 2009

We study the production of massless gravitons at the LHC and compare our results to those obtained in extra-dimensional models. The signature in both cases is missing energy plus jets. In case of…

Simulating graviton production at hadron colliders

- Physics
- 2011

Spin-2 particles and in particular gravitons are predicted in many new physics scenarios at the TeV scale. Depending on the details of models such new states might show up as a continuum, massless…

Unitarity bounds on low scale quantum gravity

- Physics
- 2010

We study the unitarity of models with low scale quantum gravity both in four dimensions and in models with a large extra-dimensional volume. We find that models with low scale quantum gravity have…

Astrophysical evidence for an extra dimension: phenomenology of a Kaluza Klein theory

- Physics
- 2013

In this brief review we discuss the viability of a multidimensional geometrical theory with one compactified dimension. We discuss the case of a Kaluza Klein fifth dimensional theory, addressing the…

Phenomenology of Graviton Production

- Physics
- 2014

In exact sciences, the word “phenomenology” is employed to relate empirical observations of phenomena with theories that attempt to describe it. Comparison between theory and experiment is achieved…

Features of warped geometry in presence of Gauss-Bonnet coupling

- Physics
- 2013

A bstractWe study the role of the Gauss-Bonnet corrections and two loop higher genus contribution to the gravity action on the Kaluza-Klien modes and their interactions for different bulk fields…

Universe described by dark energy in the form of wet dark fluid (WDF) in higher-dimensional space-time

- Physics
- 2014

Abstract.The new class of higher-dimensional cosmological model of the early universe filled with dark energy in the form of wet dark fluid, within the framework of the f (R, T) theory of gravity…

Renormalization of Newton's constant and Particle Physics

- Physics
- 2010

We report on particle physics applications of the renormalization group equation of Newton's constant.

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- Physics
- 2009

We study the production of massless gravitons at the LHC and compare our results to those obtained in extra-dimensional models. The signature in both cases is missing energy plus jets. In case of…

Quantum gravity at a TeV and the renormalization of Newton's constant

- Physics
- 2008

We examine whether renormalization effects can cause Newton's constant to change dramatically with energy, perhaps even reducing the scale of quantum gravity to the TeV region without the…

Collider signatures of new large space dimensions

- Physics
- 1999

Recently, Arkani-Hamed, Dimopoulos, and Dvali have proposed that there are extra compact dimensions of space, accessible to gravity but not to ordinary matter, which could be macroscopically large.…

A Large mass hierarchy from a small extra dimension

- Physics
- 1999

We propose a new higher-dimensional mechanism for solving the hierarchy problem. The weak scale is generated from the Planck scale through an exponential hierarchy. However, this exponential arises…

Scales of gravity

- Physics
- 2001

We propose a framework in which the quantum gravity scale can be as low as $10^{-3}$ eV. The key assumption is that the Standard Model ultraviolet cutoff is much higher than the quantum gravity…

Black hole bound on the number of species and quantum gravity at CERN LHC

- Physics
- 2008

In theories with a large number N of particle species, black hole physics imposes an upper bound on the mass of the species equal to M-Planck/root N. This bound suggests a novel solution to the…

Unique Signatures of Unparticle Resonances at the LHC

- Physics
- 2008

The coupling of unparticles to the Standard Model (SM) Higgs boson leads to a breaking of conformal symmetry which produces an effective mass term in the unparticle propagator. Simultaneously, the…