Publications (75)115.68 Total impact

Article: X(3872) as the 1 D 2 charmonium
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ABSTRACT: The 1 D 2 charmonium assignment for the X(3872) is considered, which is compatible with the 2+ quantum numbers, as favoured by the BABAR Collaboration analysis presented recently for the π + π  π 0 J/ψ decay mode. It is demonstrated that established properties of the X(3872) are in a drastic conflict with the 1 D 2 c assignment. Furthermore, it is argued that a combined analysis of the data for different decay channels of the X, with the help of theoretical formulae which meet a number of constraints imposed by phenomenology, results in a suitable description of the experimental data for the X compatible with its quantum numbers 1++.11/2013; 76(12).  [show abstract] [hide abstract]
ABSTRACT: We explore the quarkmass dependence of the pole position of the X(3872) state within the molecular picture. The calculations are performed within the framework of a nonrelativistic Faddeevtype threebody equation for the $D\bar{D}\pi$ system in the $J^{PC}=1^{++}$ channel. The $\pi D$ interaction is parametrised via a $D^*$ pole, and a threebody force is included to render the equations well defined. Its strength is adjusted such that the X(3872) appears as a $D\bar{D}^*$ bound state 0.5 MeV below the neutral threshold. We find that the trajectory of the X(3872) depends strongly on the assumed quarkmass dependence of the shortrange interactions which can be determined in future lattice QCD calculations. At the same time we are able to provide nontrivial information on the chiral extrapolation in the $X$ channel.Physics Letters B 06/2013; 726(1). · 4.57 Impact Factor  [show abstract] [hide abstract]
ABSTRACT: We reexamine onepion exchange as a possible binding mechanism in the X(3872) charmoniumlike state and argue it to be not sufficiently binding for this purpose. We conclude therefore that other shortrange dynamics are responsible for the X formation.JETP Letters 12/2012; 97(2). · 1.52 Impact Factor 
Article: Hadron physics potential of future highluminosity Bfactories at the Upsilon(5S) and above
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ABSTRACT: We point out the physics opportunities of future highluminosity Bfactories at the Upsilon(5S) resonance and above. In this paper we discuss numerous interesting investigations, which can be performed in the e+e centreofmass energy region from the Upsilon(5S) and up to 11.5 GeV, where an efficient data taking operation should be possible with the planned Bfactories. These studies include abundant Bs production and decay properties; independent confirmation and if found, exhaustive exploration of Belle's claimed charged bottomonia; clarification of puzzles of interquarkonium dipion transitions; extraction of the light quark mass ratio from hadronic Upsilon(5S) decays; analysis of quarkonium and exotic internal structure from open flavour decays, leading to severe SU(3) symmetry violations; clarification of whether a hybrid state has similar mass to the Upsilon(5S) bottomonium, making it a double state; searches for molecular/tetraquark states that should be more stable with heavy quarks; completion of the table of positiveparity B_J mesons and study of their basic properties; production of Lambda_b\bar{Lambda}_b heavy baryon pairs, that, following weak decay, open vistas on the charmed baryon spectrum and new channels to study CP violation; confirmation or refutation of the deviation from pQCD of the pion transition form factor, by extending the Q^2 reach of current analysis; and possibly reaching the threshold for the production of triplycharmed baryons. If, in addition, the future colliders can be later upgraded to 12.5 GeV, then the possibility of copious production of B_c\bar{B}_c pairs opens, entailing new studies of CP violation and improved, independent tests of the CKM picture (through determination of V_{bc}), and of effective theories for heavy quarks.European Physical Journal A 10/2012; 49(1). · 2.04 Impact Factor  [show abstract] [hide abstract]
ABSTRACT: We reanalyse the two and threepion mass distributions in the decays X(3872)>rho J/psi and X(3872)>omega J/psi and argue that the present data favour the 1++ assignment for the quantum numbers of the X.Physical review D: Particles and fields 11/2011; 85(1).  [show abstract] [hide abstract]
ABSTRACT: We investigate the role played by the threebody DD̅ π dynamics on the nearthreshold resonance X(3872) charmonium state, which is assumed to be formed by nonperturbative DD̅ * dynamics. It is demonstrated that, as compared to the naive staticpions approximation, the imaginary parts that originate from the inclusion of dynamical pions reduce substantially the width from the DD̅ π intermediate state. In particular, for a resonance peaked at 0.5 MeV below the D0D̅ *0 threshold, this contribution to the width is reduced by about a factor of 2, and the effect of the pion dynamics on the width grows as long as the resonance is shifted towards the D0D̅ 0π0 threshold. Although the physical width of the X is dominated by inelastic channels, our finding should still be of importance for the X line shapes in the DD̅ π channel below DD̅ * threshold. For example, in the scattering length approximation, the imaginary part of the scattering length includes effects of all the pion dynamics and does not only stem from the D* width. Meanwhile, we find that another important quantity for the X phenomenology, the residue at the X pole, is weakly sensitive to dynamical pions. In particular, we find that the binding energy dependence of this quantity from the full calculation is close to that found from a model with pointlike DD̅ * interactions only, consistent with earlier claims. Coupledchannel effects (inclusion of the charged DD̅ * channel) turn out to have a moderate impact on the results.Physical review D: Particles and fields 10/2011; 84(7).  [show abstract] [hide abstract]
ABSTRACT: We investigate the role played by the threebody $D\bar{D}\pi$ dynamics on the nearthreshold resonance X(3872) charmonium state, which is assumed to be formed by nonperturbative $D\bar D^*$ dynamics. It is demonstrated that, as compared to the naive staticpions approximation, the imaginary parts that originate from the inclusion of dynamical pions reduce substantially the width from the $D\bar{D}\pi$ intermediate state. In particular, for a resonance peaked at 0.5 MeV below the $D^0\bar D^{*0}$ threshold, this contribution to the width is reduced by about a factor of 2, and the effect of the pion dynamics on the width grows as long as the resonance is shifted towards the $D^0\bar{D^0}\pi^0$ threshold. Although the physical width of the $X$ is dominated by inelastic channels, our finding should still be of importance for the $X$ line shapes in the $D\bar{D}\pi$ channel below $D{\bar D}^*$ threshold. For example, in the scattering length approximation, the imaginary part of the scattering length includes effects of all the pion dynamics and does not only stem from the $D^*$ width. Meanwhile, we find that another important quantity for the $X$ phenomenology, the residue at the $X$ pole, is weakly sensitive to dynamical pions. In particular, we find that the binding energy dependence of this quantity from the full calculation is close to that found from a model with pointlike $D\bar D^*$ interactions only, consistent with earlier claims. Coupledchannel effects (inclusion of the charged $D\bar{D}^*$ channel) turn out to have a moderate impact on the results.08/2011;  [show abstract] [hide abstract]
ABSTRACT: A possibility is suggested for the formation in the Universe of domains occupied by coherent‐like states of strongly correlated quark‐antiquark pairs. Only domains of the radius larger than 5 fm had a chance to survive over the entire history of the Universe, while the requirement of stability against the gravitational collapse restricts the maximum domain’s radius to 14 km. Within the Generalised Nambu–Jona‐Lasinio model, an exponential suppression with the domain’s volume is found for the overlap between the macroscopic ground‐state wavefunction of the quark‐antiquark pairs and the QCD vacuum. This finding supports, at the microscopic level, the above arguments in favour of the stability of the domains.AIP Conference Proceedings. 05/2011; 1343(1):571573. 
Article: Interplay of quark and meson degrees of freedom in a nearthreshold resonance: Multichannel case
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ABSTRACT: We investigate the interplay of quark and meson degrees of freedom in a physical state representing a nearthreshold resonance for the case of multiple continuum channels. The aim is to demonstrate the full complexity of possible nearthreshold phenomena. It turns out that those are especially rich, if both quark and meson dynamics generate simultaneously weakly coupled nearthreshold poles in the Smatrix. We study the properties of this scenario in detail, such as tmatrix and production amplitude zeros, as well as various effects of the continuum channels interplay.European Physical Journal A 01/2011; 47(8):110. · 2.04 Impact Factor 
Article: Dark quark domains
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ABSTRACT: Formation of stable domains filled with strongly correlated coherent quark matter is discussed in general terms and is exemplified further in the framework of the Generalised NambuJonaLasinio model. It is argued that such domains, if exist in the Universe, appear dark to an external observer.JETP Letters 11/2010; 92(11). · 1.52 Impact Factor 
Article: QCD relics from the early Universe
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ABSTRACT: We suggest the possibility of creation in the early Universe of stable domains of radius a few kilometers wide, formed by coherently excited states of $\pi$mesons. Such domains appear dark to an external observer, since the decay rate of the said coherent pionic states into photons is vanishingly small. The related thermal insulation of the domains from the outer world could have allowed them to survive till present days. The estimated maximum radius and the period of rotation of such objects turn out to be compatible with those of certain pulsars. Comment: 30 pages, 4 figures08/2010;  [show abstract] [hide abstract]
ABSTRACT: We demonstrate that in calculation, where unitarity constraints are properly imposed, the deeply bound hadronic molecules recently proposed by Close and Downum do not exist.Physical Review Letters 07/2010; 105(1):019101. · 7.94 Impact Factor  [show abstract] [hide abstract]
ABSTRACT: We discuss on very general grounds possible lineshapes of composite particles with one unstable constituent. Expressions are derived in a coupledchannel formalism for constituents interacting in an Swave with no assumption made on the width of one of them. We show how easytouse formulae, already existing in the literature, emerge for narrow constituents and identify the parameter that controls the regime of their applicability. Comment: RevTeX4, 27 pages, short discussions added, typos corrected, references updated, to appear in Phys.Rev.DPhysical review D: Particles and fields 02/2010; 
Article: X(3872) as a D21 charmonium state
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ABSTRACT: The D21 charmonium assignment for the X(3872) meson is considered, as prompted by a recent result from the BABAR Collaboration, favoring 2+ quantum numbers for X. It is shown that established properties of X(3872) are in a drastic conflict with the D21 cc¯ assignment.Physical review D: Particles and fields 01/2010; 82. 
Article: Nature of X(3872) from data
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ABSTRACT: Properties of the charmoniumlike state X(3872) are investigated and its nature is discussed as based on the existing experimental data. In particular, we analyse the new data from Belle and BaBar Collaborations and argue that, while the BaBar data prefer the dynamically generated virtual state in the D\bar{D}* system, the new Belle data clearly indicate a sizable c\bar{c} 2^3P_1 component in the X wave function. Comment: RevTeX4, 25 pagesPhysical review D: Particles and fields 07/2009;  [show abstract] [hide abstract]
ABSTRACT: Generalised NambuJonaLasinio model for QCD is considered at finite temperatures in the framework of a realtime formalism. The proposed approach allows one to study various properties of the model at T>0, such as chiral symmetry breaking and restoration, properties of the boundstate spectrum, and so on. Comment: LaTeX2e, 6 pages, uses jetpl.cls (included), version to appear in JETP LettJETP Letters 06/2009; · 1.52 Impact Factor  [show abstract] [hide abstract]
ABSTRACT: We perform a general chiral symmetry and unitarity based analysis of a local process of the fermionantifermion creation from the vacuum by a highenergy photon as well as an explicit partial wave analysis of the vector current in QED and QCD. It turns out that such a local process proceeds necessarily via a certain superposition of the $S$ and $D$wave contributions. These constraints from chiral symmetry and unitarity are confronted then with the wellknown theoretical and experimental results on $e^+e^\to\gamma\to e^+e^$, $e^+e^\to\gamma\to \mu^+\mu^$, and $e^+e^\to\gamma\to q\bar{q}$ in the ultrarelativistic limit. It is shown that these wellknown results are consistent with the $S+D$wave structure of the vertex and are inconsistent with the pure $S$wave interpretation of the vertex. Then a free quark loop in the $1^{}$ channel, representing the leading term in the Operator Product Expansion, contains both $S$wave and $D$wave contributions. This fact rules out the possibility that there is only one radial trajectory for the $\rho$mesons with the fixed $S$wave content. It also implies that all holographic models that assume a pure $S$wave content of the $\rho$meson have to fail to satisfy the matching conditions at the ultraviolet border $z=0$. Comment: 4 pp. The title has been changed. Implications for OPE and holographic description of mesons have been added. To appear in PRDPhysical review D: Particles and fields 04/2009; 
Article: Deconfinement and quarkgluon plasma
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ABSTRACT: The theory of confinement and deconfinement is discussed as based on the properties of the QCD vacuum. The latter are described by field correlators of colourelectric and colourmagnetic fields in the vacuum, which can be calculated analytically and on the lattice. As a result one obtains a selfconsistent theory of the confined region in the (mu,T) plane with realistic hadron properties. At the boundary of the confining region, the colourelectric confining correlator vanishes, and the remaining correlators describe strong nonperturbative dynamics in the deconfined region with (weakly) bound states. Resulting equation of state for mu=0, p(T), (epsilon3P)/T are in good agreement with lattice data. Phase transition occurs due to evaporation of a part of the colourelectric gluon condensate, and the resulting critical temperatures T_c(mu) for different n_f are in good correspondence with available data.International Journal of Modern Physics E 03/2009; · 0.63 Impact Factor 
Article: Hybrid charmonium
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ABSTRACT: Masses of lowlying hybrid states in the spectrum of charmonium are calculated in the framework of the Vacuum Correlators Method. Predictions are compared with the lattice simulations as well as with the recent experimental data.Physics of Atomic Nuclei 01/2009; 72(2):333338. · 0.54 Impact Factor  [show abstract] [hide abstract]
ABSTRACT: The vacuum gluonic correlation length is extracted from recent lattice data on spindependent interquark potentials in heavy quarkonia. It is shown that the data are consistent with extremely small values of the correlation length, T g ≲ 0.1 fm.JETP Letters 01/2009; 88(9):558563. · 1.52 Impact Factor
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1995–2013

Institute for Theoretical and Experimental Physics
Moskva, Moscow, Russia


2008

KarlFranzensUniversität Graz
 Institute of Physics
Graz, Styria, Austria


2006

Forschungszentrum Jülich
 Institut für Kernphysik (IKP)
Düren, North RhineWestphalia, Germany


2001–2003

Instituto Técnico y Cultural
Santa Clara de Portugal, Michoacán, Mexico 
Instituto Superior de Contabilidade e Administração de Lisboa
Lisboa, Lisbon, Portugal
