Publications

publications

Here you can find publications in which the PBSP team has been involved. 

2024
  • A critical study of the Monte Carlo replica method by M. Costantini, M. Madigan, L. Mantani, J. Moore [arXiv:2404.10056].

  • SIMUnet: an open-source tool for simultaneous global fits of EFT Wilson coefficients and PDFs by M. Costantini, E. Hammou, Z. Kassabov, M. Madigan, L. Mantani,  J. Moore, M. Morales Alvarado, and M. Ubiali  [arXiv:2402.03308].
2023
  • Hide and seek: how PDFs can conceal New Physics by E. Hammou, Z. Kassabov, M. Madigan, M. L. Mangano, L. Mantani,  J. Moore, M. Morales Alvarado, and M. Ubiali  [arXiv:2307.10370].
  • The top quark legacy of the LHC Run II for PDF and SMEFT analyses by Z. Kassabov, M. Madigan, L. Mantani, J. Moore, M. Morales Alvarado, J. Rojo, and M. Ubiali  [arXiv:2303.06159].
2022
  • The dark side of the proton by M. McCullough, J. Moore, and M. Ubiali [arXiv:2203.12628].
  • A new generation of simultaneous fits to LHC data using deep learning by S. Iranipour and M. Ubiali [arXiv:2201.07240].
2021
  • Parton distributions in the SMEFT from high-energy Drell-Yan tails by A. Greljo, S. Iranipour, Z. Kassabov, M. Madigan, J. Moore,  J. Rojo, M. Ubiali, and C. Voisey [arXiv:2104.02723].
2019
  • Can New Physics Hide inside the Proton? by S. Carrazza, C. Degrande, S. Iranipour, J. Rojo, and M. Ubiali.
    Phys. Rev. Lett. 123 (2019) 13, 1320021 [arxiv:1905.05215]. 

 

 

 The PBSP project acknowledges the support of the European Research Council (ERC) and the European Commission.