Three-Loop Contributions to the Gluonic Massive Operator Matrix Elements at General Values of N

@article{Ablinger2012ThreeLoopCT,
  title={Three-Loop Contributions to the Gluonic Massive Operator Matrix Elements at General Values of N},
  author={Jakob Ablinger and Johannes Blumlein and Abilio De Freitas and Alexander Hasselhuhn and Sebastian Klein and Clemens G. Raab and Mark Round and C.Schneider and Fabian Wissbrock},
  journal={arXiv: High Energy Physics - Phenomenology},
  year={2012}
}
Recent results on the calculation of 3-loop massive operator matrix elements in case of one and two heavy quark masses are reported. They concern the $O(n_f T_F^2 C_{F,A})$ and $O(T_F^2 C_{F,A})$ gluonic corrections, two-mass quarkonic moments, and ladder- and Benz-topologies. We also discuss technical aspects of the calculations. 

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