Special Issue "Selected Papers from 43rd International Conference of Theoretical Physics: Matter to the Deepest, Recent Developments In Physics Of Fundamental Interactions (MTTD2019)"

A special issue of Symmetry (ISSN 2073-8994).

Deadline for manuscript submissions: 30 November 2019.

Special Issue Editors

Prof. Dr. Janusz Gluza
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Guest Editor
University of Silesia in Katowice, Chorzow, Poland
Prof. Dr. Jan Sładkowski
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Co-Guest Editor
Institute of Physics, University of Silesia, 75 Pułku Piechoty 1, Pl 41-005 Chorzów, Poland
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Interests: quantum field theory; quantum information; mathematical physics; game theory
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Dr. Bartosz Dziewit
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Co-Guest Editor
University of Silesia in Katowice, Poland
Prof. Dr. Ilona Bednarek
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Co-Guest Editor
University of Silesia in Katowice, Poland

Special Issue Information

Dear Colleagues,

Every second year, the Particle Physics and Astrophysics and Cosmology groups of the University of Silesia, Katowice, Poland, organize the International Conference on Theoretical Physics.

Traditionally, the topics we would like to cover are:

  1. Precision tests of the Standard Model.
  2. Low-energy physics.
  3. Methods in multi-loop calculations.
  4. Extensions of the Standard Model.
  5. Neutrinos, astrophysics, and cosmology.

The conference participants are welcome to submit their contributions on the topic of their conference presentation to this Special Issue. Papers will be selected for publication.

The first 10 submissions accepted by Guest Editors are free of any charges. Additional contributions will be negotiated. The Article Processing Charge (APC) for publication in this open-access journal is as a rule 1400 CHF (Swiss Francs).

Prof. Dr. Janusz Gluza
Prof. Dr. Jan Sładkowski
Dr. Bartosz Dziewit
Prof. Dr. Ilona Bednarek
Guest Editors

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The Grimus–Neufeld Model with FlexibleSUSY at One-Loop
Symmetry 2019, 11(11), 1418; https://doi.org/10.3390/sym11111418 - 16 Nov 2019
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The Grimus–Neufeld model can explain the smallness of measured neutrino masses by extending the Standard Model with a single heavy neutrino and a second Higgs doublet, using the seesaw mechanism and radiative mass generation. The Grimus–Lavoura approximation allows us to calculate the light [...] Read more.
The Grimus–Neufeld model can explain the smallness of measured neutrino masses by extending the Standard Model with a single heavy neutrino and a second Higgs doublet, using the seesaw mechanism and radiative mass generation. The Grimus–Lavoura approximation allows us to calculate the light neutrino masses analytically. By inverting these analytic expressions, we determine the neutrino Yukawa couplings from the measured neutrino mass differences and the neutrino mixing matrix. Short-cutting the full renormalization of the model, we implement the Grimus–Neufeld model in the spectrum calculator FlexibleSUSY and check the consistency of the implementation. These checks hint that FlexibleSUSY is able to do the job of numerical renormalization in a restricted parameter space. As a summary, we also comment on further steps of the implementation and the use of FlexibleSUSY for the model. Full article
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Exponentiation in QED and Quasi-Stable Charged Particles
Symmetry 2019, 11(11), 1389; https://doi.org/10.3390/sym11111389 - 08 Nov 2019
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In this note we present a new exponentiation scheme of soft photon radiation from charged quasi-stable resonances. It generalizes the well established scheme of Yennie, Frautschi and Suura. While keeping the same functional form of an exponent, the new scheme is both exact [...] Read more.
In this note we present a new exponentiation scheme of soft photon radiation from charged quasi-stable resonances. It generalizes the well established scheme of Yennie, Frautschi and Suura. While keeping the same functional form of an exponent, the new scheme is both exact in its soft limit and accounts properly for the kinematical shift in resonant propagators. We present the scheme on an example of two processes: a toy model of single W production in e ν scattering and the W pair production and decay in e + e annihilation. The latter process is of relevance for the planned FCCee collider where high precision of Monte Carlo simulations is a primary goal. The proposed scheme is a step in this direction. Full article
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