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Vice Dean for Research and Graduate Studies; Professor of Physics
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Chris Carone's research interests include Elementary Particle Theory.
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Asymptotically safe dark matter with gauged baryon number
Physical Review D (2023)
Jens Boos, Christopher D. Carone, Noah L. Donald and Mikkie R. Musser
We consider the inclusion of TeV-scale, fermionic dark matter in an asymptotically safe model of a gauged baryon number that ...
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Asymptotic safety and gauged baryon number
Physical Review D (2022)
Jens Boos, Christopher D. Carone, Noah L. Donald and Mikkie R. Musser
We consider a model with gauged baryon number that may be rendered asymptotically safe when gravitational effects above the Planck ...
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Asymptotic nonlocality in non-Abelian gauge theories
Physical Review D (2022)
Jens Boos and Christopher D. Carone
Asymptotically nonlocal field theories represent a sequence of higher-derivative theories whose limit point is a ghost-free, infinite-derivative theory. Here, we ...
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Asymptotic nonlocality in gauge theories
Physical Review D (2021)
Jens Boos and Christopher D. Carone
Asymptotically nonlocal field theories represent a sequence of higher-derivative theories whose limit point is a ghost-free, infinite-derivative theory. Here we ...
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Asymptotic nonlocality
Physical Review D (2021)
Jens Boos and Christopher D. Carone
We construct a theory of real scalar fields that interpolates between two different theories: a Lee-Wick theory with N propagator poles, including N−1 Lee-Wick ...
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Axionlike Lee-Wick particles in light-shining-through-wall experiments
Physical Review D (2020)
Christopher D. Carone
We consider the possibility of an axionlike particle (ALP) that is a ghost, with wrong-sign kinetic and mass terms. Such ...
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Aspects and applications of nonlocal Lorentz violation
Physical Review D (2020)
Christopher D. Carone
We consider simple scalar theories with quadratic terms that are nonlocal and Lorentz violating. Unlike similar Lorentz-invariant nonlocal theories that ...
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T ′ models with high quality flaxions
Physical Review D (2020)
Christopher D. Carone and Marco Merchand
The “gauged” Peccei-Quinn (PQ) mechanism of Fukuda et al. [Phys. Lett. B 771, 327 (2017)] is implemented in the flavorful ...
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Composite gravitons from metric-independent quantum field theories
Modern Physics Letters A (2019)
Christopher D. Carone
We review some recent works by Carone, Erlich and Vaman on composite gravitons in metric-independent quantum field theories, with the ...
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Flavor from the double tetrahedral group without supersymmetry: Flavorful axions ...
Physical Review D (2019)
Christopher D. Carone and Marco Merchand
We extend the work of Carone, Chaurasia and Vasquez on nonsupersymmetric models of flavor based on the double tetrahedral group. ...
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Composite gravity from a metric-independent theory of fermions
Classical and Quantum Gravity (2019)
Christopher D. Carone, Joshua Erlich and Diana Vaman
We present a metric-independent, diffeomorphism-invariant model with interacting fermions that contains a massless composite graviton in its spectrum. The model ...
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Dark sector portal with vectorlike leptons and flavor sequestering
Physical Review D (2019)
Christopher D. Carone, Shikha Charuasia and Tangereen V. B. Claringbold
We consider models with fermionic dark matter that transforms under a non-Abelian dark gauge group. Exotic, vectorlike leptons that also ...
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Unitarity and microscopic acausality in a nonlocal theory
PHYSICAL REVIEW D (2018)
Christopher D. Carone
We consider unitarity and causality in a higher-derivative theory of infinite order, where propagators fall off more quickly in the ...
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Flavor from the double tetrahedral group without supersymmetry
PHYSICAL REVIEW D (2018)
Christopher D. Carone, Shikha Chaurasia and Savannah Vasquez
We consider a class of flavor models proposed by Aranda, Carone and Lebed, relaxing the assumption of supersymmetry and allowing ...
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Emergent gravity from vanishing energy-momentum tensor
JOURNAL OF HIGH ENERGY PHYSICS (2017)
Christopher D. Carone and Joshua Erlich
A constraint of vanishing energy-momentum tensor is motivated by a variety of perspectives on quantum gravity. We demonstrate in a ...
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Dark chiral symmetry breaking and the origin of the electroweak ...
Physics Letters B (2015)
Christopher D. Carone and Raymundo Ramos
We study a classically scale-invariant model in which strong dynamics in a dark sector sets the scale of electroweak symmetry ...
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Flavored axion-monodromy inflation
Physical Review D (2015)
Christopher D. Carone, Raymundo Ramos and Zhen Wang
The hierarchy of fermion masses in the standard model may arise via the breaking of discrete gauge symmetries. The renormalizable ...
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Two-field axion-monodromy hybrid inflation model: Dante's Waterfall
Physical Review D (2015)
Christopher D. Carone, Joshua Erlich, Anuraag Sensharma and Zhen Wang
We describe a hybrid axion-monodromy inflation model motivated by the Dante's Inferno scenario. In Dante's Inferno, a two-field potential features ...
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Acausality from a dark sector
Physics Letters B (2014)
Christopher Carone
Solutions to the hierarchy problem that require partners for each standard model particle often require that these states live at ...
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LHC constraints on the Lee-Wick Higgs sector
Physics Letters B (2014)
Christopher D. Carone, Raymundo Ramos and Marc Sher
We determine constraints on the Lee-Wick Higgs sector obtained from the full LHC Higgs boson data set. We determine the ...
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Technicolor with a 125 GeV Higgs boson
Physical Review D (2012)
Christopher D. Carone
Bosonic technicolor models accommodate fermion masses via a Higgs doublet that acquires a vacuum expectation value when technifermions condense. We ...
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Higher-derivative Lee-Wick unification
Physics Letters B (2009)
Christopher D. Carone
We consider gauge coupling unification in Lee-Wick extensions of the Standard Model that include higher-derivative quadratic terms beyond the minimally ...
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