# Search results for: C. P. Burgess

Journal of High Energy Physics > 2018 > 2018 > 10 > 1-28

Journal of High Energy Physics > 2018 > 2018 > 9 > 1-31

Journal of High Energy Physics > 2018 > 2018 > 8 > 1-39

*V*= −

*g/r*

^{2}. This system is known to realize scale invariance in a nontrivial way and to be subject to ambiguities associated with the choice of boundary condition at the origin, often termed the problem of ‘fall to the center’. Point-particle effective field theory (PPEFT) provides a systematic framework...

Journal of High Energy Physics > 2017 > 2017 > 9 > 1-53

Journal of High Energy Physics > 2017 > 2017 > 7 > 1-36

Journal of High Energy Physics > 2016 > 2016 > 1 > 1-43

Journal of High Energy Physics > 2016 > 2016 > 1 > 1-11

*δ*-functions to analyze how higher-codimension branes back-react on their environment. We also briefly summarize the state of the art: describing how stress-energy balance dictates the components of off-brane stress energy in terms brane tension; how this can modify the standard tension/defect-angle relation for codimension-two...

Journal of High Energy Physics > 2015 > 2015 > 11 > 1-51

Journal of High Energy Physics > 2015 > 2015 > 11 > 1-52

Journal of High Energy Physics > 2015 > 2015 > 10 > 1-53

Journal of High Energy Physics > 2015 > 2015 > 3 > 1-43

Journal of High Energy Physics > 2015 > 2015 > 2 > 1-23

Journal of High Energy Physics > 2014 > 2014 > 4 > 1-47

Journal of High Energy Physics > 2014 > 2014 > 6 > 1-31

Journal of High Energy Physics > 2014 > 2014 > 8 > 1-12

Journal of High Energy Physics > 2014 > 2014 > 7 > 1-35

*m*

_{ K K }

^{2}, relative to the much larger size,

*m*

^{4}, associated with mass-

*m*particles localized in these models on codimension-2 branes. These models are examples for which the...

Journal of High Energy Physics > 2013 > 2013 > 5 > 1-59

Journal of High Energy Physics > 2013 > 2013 > 1 > 1-77

*D*dimensions compactified...

Journal of High Energy Physics > 2013 > 2013 > 2 > 1-65

Journal of High Energy Physics > 2013 > 2013 > 1 > 1-49

*all*of which must be large in order to justify an effective low-energy approximation involving only the light field,

*ℓ*. (Typically only one of these — the mass of the heavy field transverse to the trough — is used in the...