The hadronic contribution to the running of the electromagnetic coupling and the electroweak mixing angle

@article{C2020TheHC,
  title={The hadronic contribution to the running of the electromagnetic coupling and the electroweak mixing angle},
  author={M. C{\`e} and T. San Jos'e and Antoine G'erardin and Harvey B. Meyer and Kohtaroh Miura and K. Ottnad and Andreas Risch and Jonas Wilhelm and H. Wittig},
  journal={arXiv: High Energy Physics - Lattice},
  year={2020}
}
The electromagnetic coupling $\alpha$ and the electroweak mixing angle $\theta_{\mathrm{W}}$ are parameters of the Standard Model (SM) that enter precision SM tests and play a fundamental r\^ole in beyond SM physics searches. Their values are energy dependent, and non-perturbative hadronic contributions are the main source of uncertainty to the theoretical knowledge of the running with energy. We present a lattice study of the leading hadronic contribution to the running of $\alpha$ and $\sin^2… Expand

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