# B. Jaeger - Inst. Theor. Physics, Univ. Regensburg

## Contact Details

NameB. Jaeger |
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AffiliationInst. Theor. Physics, Univ. Regensburg |
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CityRegensburg |
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CountryGermany |
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## Pub CategoriesHigh Energy Physics - Lattice (6) High Energy Physics - Phenomenology (6) Nuclear Theory (2) Mathematics - Combinatorics (1) |

## Publications Authored By B. Jaeger

In this work we analyse positive- and negative-parity channels for the nucleon (spin $1/2$ octet), $\Delta$ and $\Omega$ baryons (spin $3/2$ decuplet) using lattice QCD. In Nature, at zero temperature, chiral symmetry is spontaneously broken, causing positive- and negative-parity ground states to have different masses. However, chiral symmetry is expected to be restored (for massless quarks) around the crossover temperature, implying that the two opposite parity channels should become degenerate. Read More

At zero temperature the negative-parity ground states of the nucleon and delta baryons are non-degenerate with the positive-parity partners due to spontaneous breaking of chiral symmetry. However, chiral symmetry is expected to be restored at sufficiently high temperature, in particular when going from the hadronic to the quark-gluon plasma (QGP) phase. This would imply that channels with opposite parity become degenerate. Read More

We compute and analyze correlation functions in the isovector vector channel at vanishing spatial momentum across the deconfinement phase transition in lattice QCD. The simulations are carried out at temperatures $T/T_c=0.156, 0. Read More

Let $G$ be a planar graph without 4-cycles and 5-cycles and with maximum degree $\Delta\ge 32$. We prove that $\chi_{\ell}(G^2)\le \Delta+3$. For arbitrarily large maximum degree $\Delta$, there exist planar graphs $G_{\Delta}$ of girth 6 with $\chi(G_{\Delta}^2)=\Delta+2$. Read More

We extend our analysis of the leading hadronic contribution to the anomalous magnetic moment of the muon using the mixed representation method to study its chiral behavior. We present results derived from local-conserved two-point lattice vector correlation functions, computed on a subset of light two-flavor ensembles made available to us through the CLS effort with pion masses as low as 190 MeV. The data is analyzed also using the more standard four-momentum method. Read More

**Authors:**M. Baak, A. Blondel, A. Bodek, R. Caputo, T. Corbett, C. Degrande, O. Eboli, J. Erler, B. Feigl, A. Freitas, J. Gonzalez Fraile, M. C. Gonzalez-Garcia, J. Haller, J. Han, S. Heinemeyer, A. Hoecker, J. L. Holzbauer, S. -C. Hsu, B. Jaeger, P. Janot, W. Kilian, R. Kogler, A. Kotwal, P. Langacker, S. Li, L. Linssen, M. Marx, O. Mattelaer, J. Metcalfe, K. Monig, G. Moortgat-Pick, M. -A. Pleier, C. Pollard, M. Ramsey-Musolf, M. Rauch, J. Reuter, J. Rojo, M. Rominsky, W. Sakumoto, M. Schott, C. Schwinn, M. Sekulla, J. Stelzer, E. Torrence, A. Vicini, D. Wackeroth, G. Weiglein, G. Wilson, L. Zeune

**Category:**High Energy Physics - Phenomenology

With the discovery of the Higgs boson, the spectrum of particles in the Standard Model (SM) is complete. It is more important than ever to perform precision measurements and to test for deviations from SM predictions in the electroweak sector. In this report, we investigate two themes in the arena of precision electroweak measurements: the electroweak precision observables (EWPOs) that test the particle content and couplings in the SM and the minimal supersymmetric SM, and the measurements involving multiple gauge bosons in the final state which provide unique probes of the basic tenets of electroweak symmetry breaking. Read More

We address several aspects of lattice QCD calculations of the hadronic vacuum polarization and the associated Adler function. We implement a representation derived previously which allows one to access these phenomenologically important functions for a continuous set of virtualities, irrespective of the flavor structure of the current. Secondly we present a theoretical analysis of the finite-size effects on our particular representation of the Adler function, based on the operator product expansion at large momenta and on the spectral representation of the Euclidean correlator at small momenta. Read More

We generalize Gaussian/Wuppertal smearing in order to produce non-spherical wave functions. We show that we can achieve a reduction in the noise-to-signal ratio for correlation functions of certain hadrons at non-zero momentum, while at the same time preserving a good projection on the ground state. Read More

**Affiliations:**

^{1}Inst. Theor. Physics, Univ. Regensburg,

^{2}Inst. Theor. Physics, Univ. Graz

**Category:**High Energy Physics - Phenomenology

We report on an attempt to describe hard exclusive photoproduction of $J/\Psi$ mesons, i.e. the reaction $\gamma p \to J/\Psi p$, by means of a modified version of the hard-scattering approach, in which the proton is treated as a quark-diquark rather than a three-quark system. Read More

**Affiliations:**

^{1}Inst. Theor. Physics, Univ. Regensburg,

^{2}Inst. Theor. Physics, Univ. Graz

**Category:**High Energy Physics - Phenomenology

We investigate the reaction gamma+p -> V+p, with V denoting a Phi or a J/Psi meson, within the scope of perturbative QCD, treating the proton as a quark-diquark system. Our predictions extrapolate the existing forward differential cross-section data into the few-GeV momentum-transfer region. In case of the J/Psi reasonable results are only obtained by properly taking into account its mass in the perturbative calculation of the hard-scattering amplitude. Read More