# H. Ramani

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## Pub CategoriesHigh Energy Physics - Phenomenology (6) High Energy Physics - Experiment (2) High Energy Physics - Theory (2) High Energy Astrophysical Phenomena (1) Cosmology and Nongalactic Astrophysics (1) |

## Publications Authored By H. Ramani

We calculate the exact width for a dark photon decaying to three photons at one loop order for dark photon masses m' below the e+e- production threshold of 2m_e. We find substantial deviations from previous results derived from the lowest order Euler-Heisenberg effective Lagrangian in the range m_e < m' < 2m_e, where higher order terms in the derivative expansion are nonnegligible. This mass range is precisely where the three photon decay takes place on cosmologically relevant timescales. Read More

The consequences of phase transitions in the early universe are becoming testable in a variety of manners, from colliders physics to gravitational wave astronomy. In particular one phase transition we know of, the Electroweak Phase Transition (EWPT), could potentially be first order in BSM scenarios and testable in the near future. If confirmed this could provide a mechanism for Baryogenesis, which is one of the most important outstanding questions in physics. Read More

We compute the resummed on-shell $W^+ W^-$ production cross section under a jet-veto at the LHC to partial N$^3$LL order matched to the fixed order NNLO result. Differential NNLO cross sections are obtained from an implementation of $q_T$ subtraction in Sherpa. The two-loop virtual corrections to the $q \bar q \rightarrow W^+ W^-$ amplitude, used in both fixed order and resummation predictions, are extracted from the public code {\tt qqvvamp}. Read More

ATLAS and CMS recently released the first results of searches for diphoton resonances in 13 TeV data, revealing a modest excess at an invariant mass of approximately 750 GeV. We find that it is generically possible that a singlet scalar resonance is the origin of the excess while avoiding all other constraints. We highlight some of the implications of this model and how compatible it is with certain features of the experimental results. Read More

In this paper we demonstrate the agreement of jet-veto resummation and pT resummation for explaining the WW cross sections at Run 1 of the LHC, and in the future. These two resummation techniques resum different logarithms, however via reweighting methods they can be compared for various differential or exclusive cross sections. We find excellent agreement between the two resummation methods for predicting the zero-jet cross section, and propose a new reweighting method for jet-veto resummation that can be used to compare other differential distributions. Read More

The W^+W^- cross section has remained one of the most consistently discrepant channels compared to SM predictions at the LHC, measured by both ATLAS and CMS at 7 and 8 TeV. Developing a better modeling of this channel is crucial to understanding properties of the Higgs and potential new physics. In this paper we investigate the effects of NNLL transverse momentum resummation in measuring the W^+W^- cross section. Read More