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Recent IPPP Preprints

The pion light-cone distribution amplitude from the pion electromagnetic form factor

Shan Cheng, Alexander Khodjamirian, and Aleksey V. Rusov

Renormalisation scale setting for D-mixing

Alexander Lenz, Maria Laura Piscopo, and Christos Vlahos

The effective field theory of low scale see-saw at colliders

Anke Biekötter, Mikael Chala, and Michael Spannowsky

Very low $x$ gluon density determined by LHCb exclusive $J/\psi$ data

Chris A. Flett, Alan D. Martin, Misha G. Ryskin, and Thomas Teubner

Solar neutrino probes of the muon anomalous magnetic moment in the gauged $U(1)_{L_\mu-L_\tau}$

Dorian Warren Praia Amaral, David G. Cerdeno, Patrick Foldenauer, and Elliott Reid

News

Previous news is available in our archive

We congratulate Valery Khoze, Misha Ryskin and Marek Taševský for completing a new review on 'High energy soft QCD and Diffraction' as part of Particle Data Group's 2020 edition.

We congratulate Philip Waite for having received the departmental Alan Martin Doctoral prize. The prize is awarded to a postgraduate student for the best Ph.D. thesis in Physics in a given year.

Our PhD student Joey Reiness completed his PhD and defended it in a remote viva this week. Congratulations to him! His thesis is titled Pieces of the Higgsaw and its abstract is below. The full thesis is also attached.

Following a recent measurement of the T2K Collaboration, in a Nature News and Views article Silvia Pascoli and Jessica Turner have discussed the question whether CP violation in the lepton sector can be a key ingredient to the matter-antimatter asymmetry in our Universe: