Publication List

Peter B. Denton

Updated: October 30, 2020*

Articles

[1]    H. Davoudiasl, P. B. Denton, and D. A. McGady, “Ultralight Fermionic Dark Matter,” arXiv:2008.06505 [hep-ph].

[2]    P. B. Denton and J. Gehrlein, “A Statistical Analysis of the COHERENT Data and Applications to New Physics,” PRL (in press) (8, 2020) , arXiv:2008.06062 [hep-ph].

[3]    P. B. Denton, J. Gehrlein, and R. Pestes, “CP-Violating Neutrino Non-Standard Interactions in Long-Baseline-Accelerator Data,” arXiv:2008.01110 [hep-ph].

[4]    P. B. Denton and Y. Kini, “Ultra-High-Energy Tau Neutrino Cross Sections with GRAND and POEMMA,” arXiv:2007.10334 [astro-ph.HE].

[5]    H. Davoudiasl, P. B. Denton, and J. Gehrlein, “An Attractive Scenario for Light Dark Matter Direct Detection,” arXiv:2007.04989 [hep-ph].

[6]    P. B. Denton and R. Pestes, “The Impact of Different Parameterizations on the Interpretation of CP Violation in Neutrino Oscillations,” arXiv:2006.09384 [hep-ph].

[7]    A. Abdullahi and P. B. Denton, “Visible Decay of Astrophysical Neutrinos at IceCube,” Phys. Rev. D 102 no. 2, (2020) 023018, arXiv:2005.07200 [hep-ph].

[8]    P. B. Denton, “A Return To Neutrino Normalcy,” arXiv:2003.04319 [hep-ph].

[9]    FASER Collaboration, H. Abreu et al., “Technical Proposal: FASERnu,” arXiv:2001.03073 [physics.ins-det].

[10]    P. B. Denton, S. J. Parke, and X. Zhang, “Fibonacci Fast Convergence for Neutrino Oscillations in Matter,” Phys. Lett. B807 (2020) 135592, arXiv:1909.02009 [hep-ph].

[11]    P. B. Denton, S. J. Parke, T. Tao, and X. Zhang, “Eigenvectors from Eigenvalues,” arXiv:1908.03795 [math.RA].

[12]    FASER Collaboration, H. Abreu et al., “Detecting and Studying High-Energy Collider Neutrinos with FASER at the LHC,” Eur. Phys. J. C80 no. 1, (2020) 61, arXiv:1908.02310 [hep-ex].

[13]    C. A. Argüelles et al., “White Paper on New Opportunities at the Next-Generation Neutrino Experiments (Part 1: BSM Neutrino Physics and Dark Matter),” arXiv:1907.08311 [hep-ph].

[14]    P. B. Denton, S. J. Parke, and X. Zhang, “Eigenvalues: the Rosetta Stone for Neutrino Oscillations in Matter,” Phys. Rev. D 101 (2020) 093001, arXiv:1907.02534 [hep-ph].

[15]    P. Bhupal Dev*, K. Babu*, P. B. Denton*, P. A. Machado*, et al., “Neutrino Non-Standard Interactions: A Status Report,” SciPost Phys. Proc. 2 (2019) 001, arXiv:1907.00991 [hep-ph]. *Co-Editors.

[16]    H. Davoudiasl and P. B. Denton, “Ultra Light Boson Dark Matter and Event Horizon Telescope Observations of M87*,” Phys. Rev. Lett. 123 (2019) 021102, arXiv:1904.09242 [astro-ph.CO].

[17]    G. A. Barenboim, P. B. Denton, and I. M. Oldengott, “Inflation meets neutrinos,” Phys. Rev. D99 (2019) 083515, arXiv:1903.02036 [astro-ph.CO].

[18]    P. B. Denton and S. J. Parke, “Simple and Precise Factorization of the Jarlskog Invariant for Neutrino Oscillations in Matter,” Phys. Rev. D100 (2019) 053004, arXiv:1902.07185 [hep-ph].

[19]    G. Barenboim, P. B. Denton, S. J. Parke, and C. A. Ternes, “Neutrino oscillation probabilities through the looking glass,” Phys. Lett. B791 (2019) 351–360, arXiv:1902.00517 [hep-ph].

[20]    P. B. Denton, Y. Farzan, and I. M. Shoemaker, “Activating the fourth neutrino of the 3+1 scheme,” Phys. Rev. D99 no. 3, (2019) 035003, arXiv:1811.01310 [hep-ph].

[21]    GRAND Collaboration, J. Álvarez Muñiz et al., “The Giant Radio Array for Neutrino Detection (GRAND): Science and Design,” Sci. China Phys. Mech. Astron. 63 no. 1, (2020) 219501, arXiv:1810.09994 [astro-ph.HE].

[22]    K. Møller, P. B. Denton, and I. Tamborra, “Cosmogenic Neutrinos Through the GRAND Lens Unveil the Nature of Cosmic Accelerators,” JCAP 1905 (2019) 047, arXiv:1809.04866 [astro-ph.HE].

[23]    P. B. Denton and S. J. Parke, “The Effective Δmee2 in Matter,” Phys. Rev. D98 (2018) 093001, arXiv:1808.09453 [hep-ph].

[24]    P. B. Denton, S. J. Parke, and X. Zhang, “Rotations Versus Perturbative Expansions for Calculating Neutrino Oscillation Probabilities in Matter,” Phys. Rev. D98 no. 3, (2018) 033001, arXiv:1806.01277 [hep-ph].

[25]    P. B. Denton and I. Tamborra, “Invisible Neutrino Decay Resolves IceCube’s Track and Cascade Tension,” Phys. Rev. Lett. 121 no. 12, (2018) 121802, arXiv:1805.05950 [hep-ph].

[26]    P. B. Denton, Y. Farzan, and I. M. Shoemaker, “Testing large non-standard neutrino interactions with arbitrary mediator mass after COHERENT data,” JHEP 07 (2018) 037, arXiv:1804.03660 [hep-ph].

[27]    K. Moller, A. M. Suliga, I. Tamborra, and P. B. Denton, “Measuring the supernova unknowns at the next-generation neutrino telescopes through the diffuse neutrino background,” JCAP 1805 (2018) 066, arXiv:1804.03157 [astro-ph.HE].

[28]    P. B. Denton and I. Tamborra, “The Bright and Choked Gamma-Ray Burst Contribution to the IceCube and ANTARES Low-Energy Excess,” JCAP 1804 no. 04, (2018) 058, arXiv:1802.10098 [astro-ph.HE].

[29]    P. B. Denton and S. J. Parke, “Addendum to “Compact perturbative expressions for neutrino oscillations in matter”,” JHEP 06 (2018) 109, arXiv:1801.06514 [hep-ph].

[30]    P. B. Denton and I. Tamborra, “Exploring the Properties of Choked Gamma-ray Bursts with IceCube’s High-energy Neutrinos,” Astrophys. J. 855 no. 1, (2018) 37, arXiv:1711.00470 [astro-ph.HE].

[31]    P. B. Denton, D. Marfatia, and T. J. Weiler, “The Galactic Contribution to IceCube’s Astrophysical Neutrino Flux,” JCAP 1708 no. 08, (2017) 033, arXiv:1703.09721 [astro-ph.HE].

[32]    P. Coloma, P. B. Denton, M. C. Gonzalez-Garcia, M. Maltoni, and T. Schwetz, “Curtailing the Dark Side in Non-Standard Neutrino Interactions,” JHEP 04 (2017) 116, arXiv:1701.04828 [hep-ph].

[33]    P. B. Denton, H. Minakata, and S. J. Parke, “Compact Perturbative Expressions For Neutrino Oscillations in Matter,” JHEP 06 (2016) 051, arXiv:1604.08167 [hep-ph].

[34]    P. B. Denton and T. J. Weiler, “Sensitivity of full-sky experiments to large scale cosmic ray anisotropies,” JHEAp 8 (2015) 1–9, arXiv:1505.03922 [astro-ph.HE].

[35]    P. B. Denton and T. J. Weiler, “The Fortuitous Latitude of the Pierre Auger Observatory and Telescope Array for Reconstructing the Quadrupole Moment,” Astrophys.J. 802 no. 1, (2015) 25, arXiv:1409.0883 [astro-ph.HE].

[36]    L. A. Anchordoqui, P. B. Denton, H. Goldberg, T. C. Paul, L. H. M. Da Silva, B. J. Vlcek, and T. J. Weiler, “Weinberg’s Higgs portal confronting recent LUX and LHC results together with upper limits on B+ and K+ decay into invisibles,” Phys. Rev. D89 no. 8, (2014) 083513, arXiv:1312.2547 [hep-ph].

[37]    P. B. Denton and T. J. Weiler, “Using Integral Dispersion Relations to Extend the LHC Reach for New Physics,” Phys. Rev. D89 no. 3, (2014) 035013, arXiv:1311.1248 [hep-ph].

[38]    N. Arsene, L. I. Caramete, P. B. Denton, and O. Micu, “Quantum Black Holes Effects on the Shape of Extensive Air Showers,” arXiv:1310.2205 [hep-ph].

Conference Proceedings

[1]    S. J. Parke, P. B. Denton, and H. Minakata, “Analytic Neutrino Oscillation Probabilities in Matter: Revisited,” arXiv:1801.00752 [hep-ph].

[2]    JEM-EUSO Collaboration, P. B. Denton, L. A. Anchordoqui, A. A. Berlind, M. Richardson, and T. J. Weiler, “Sensitivity of orbiting JEM-EUSO to large-scale cosmic-ray anisotropies,” J.Phys.Conf.Ser. 531 (2014) 012004, arXiv:1401.5757 [astro-ph.IM].

Talks

[1]    “CP Violation at Long-Baseline Neutrino Experiments.” https://indico.bnl.gov/event/8008/. Talk at BNL HET Group May 2020.

[2]    “CP Violation at Long-Baseline Neutrino Experiments.” https://npc.fnal.gov/neutrino-seminar-series/. Invited Neutrino Physics Center seminar October 2020 at Fermilab.

[3]    “The Lightest Dark Matter.”. Invited seminar October 2020 at University of Sussex.

[4]    “Astrophysical Neutrino Decay.” https://indico.cern.ch/event/868940/contributions/3899680/. Talk at ICHEP July 2020 in Prague (virtual).

[5]    “Visible Decay of Astrophysical Neutrinos.” https://indico.bnl.gov/event/7985/. Talk at BNL HET Group May 2020.

[6]    “Ultralight Boson Dark Matter Constraints from Superradiance Leveraging the Event Horizon Telescope Collaboration’s Observations of M87*.” https://indico.cern.ch/event/858682/contributions/3837326/. Talk at Pheno May 2020 in Pittsburgh, PA (virtual).

[7]    “Beyond the Standard Model physics with accelerator neutrino experiments.” https://aps-april.onlineeventpro.freeman.com/sessions/15336169/subsession/25117238/Beyond-the-Standard-Model-physics-with-accelerator-neutrino-experiments-Live. Invited plenary at APS April Meeting 2020 (virtual).

[8]    “LMA-Dark: Large New Physics Effects in Neutrino Oscillations.” https://indico.bnl.gov/event/7665/. Talk at BNL HET Group February 2020.

[9]    “Motivation for neutrino precision in oscillations.” https://indico.bnl.gov/event/7282/. Invited talk at BNL Snowmass Intensity Frontier & Astrophysics Workshop February 2020.

[10]    “Recent results in neutrino oscillation theory.” https://www.physics.umass.edu/events/2019-11-15-recent-results-neutrino-oscillation-theory. Invited seminar at UMass Amherst November 2019.

[11]    “Realizing the physics goals at DUNE.” https://indico.fnal.gov/event/21535/other-view. Invited talk at Modules Of Opportunity for DUNE workshop at BNL November 2019.

[12]    “Recent results in neutrino oscillation theory.” https://physics.osu.edu/events/high-energy-physics-seminar-peter-dentonbrookahaven-national-lab-recent-results-neutrino. Invited seminar at OSU November 2019.

[13]    “New physics probes in future neutrino experiments.” https://indico.bnl.gov/event/6652/. Invited colloquium at BNL October 2019.

[14]    “Recent results in neutrino oscillation theory.” https://indico.cern.ch/event/800930/contributions/3557081/. Talk at CERN Neutrino Platform October 2019.

[15]    “Neutrino theory in the coming years.” https://indico.bnl.gov/event/6710/. Invited talk at BNL Snowmass Discussion October 2019.

[16]    “Recent results in neutrino oscillation theory.” https://theory.fnal.gov/events/event/tbd-neutrinos/. Invited theory seminar at Fermilab September 2019.

[17]    “Exact neutrino oscillation probabilities in matter.” https://indico.ific.uv.es/event/3649/contributions/11349/. Talk given at TomFest at Vanderbilt August 2019.

[18]    “Neutrino oscillation probabilities in matter.” https://indico.cern.ch/event/782953/contributions/3444777/. Talk given at the 2019 DPF meeting at Northeastern July 2019.

[19]    “Neutrino self interactions in the early universe.” https://indico.cern.ch/event/812851/contributions/3432032/. Invited talk at NTN NSI Workshop at Wash U May 2019.

[20]    “Partial neutrino decay resolves icecube’s track and cascade tension.” https://indico.bnl.gov/event/5875/. Talk at BNL HET Group May 2019.

[21]    “Neutrino Oscillation Probabilities in Matter.” http://theory.physics.uci.edu/seminars.html. Invited seminar at UC Irvine May 2019.

[22]    “Neutrino Oscillation Probabilities in Matter.” http://www.theory.caltech.edu/people/carol/seminar.html. Seminar at Caltech May 2019.

[23]    “Partial Neutrino Decay Addresses the Track – Cascade Tension at IceCube.” https://indico.cern.ch/event/777988/contributions/3410555/. Talk at Pheno May 2019 in Pittsburgh, PA.

[24]    “Neutrino Oscillation Probabilities in Matter.” https://www.phys.psu.edu/seminars/all-seminars. Invited seminar at Penn State April 2019.

[25]    “Neutrino Oscillation Probabilities in Matter.” https://www.phys.vt.edu/Talks/NeutrinoPhysicsSeminar.html. Invited seminar at Virginia Tech February 2019.

[26]    “Analytic and Compact Expressions for Neutrino Oscillations in Matter.” https://dx.doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.2642372. Invited talk at PONDD workshop at Fermilab December 2018.

[27]    “Finding the Unexpected in IceCube.”. Invited N-Talk at Niels Bohr International Academy September 2018 in Copenhagen.

[28]    “High Energy Neutrino Parameter Estimation.”. Invited talk at GRAND workshop at IAP August 2018.

[29]    “New Neutrino Interactions: Breaking Degeneracies and Relaxing Sterile Tensions.”. Invited seminar at BNL August 2018.

[30]    “Analytic and compact perturbative expressions for neutrino oscillations in matter.” https://indico.cern.ch/event/686555/contributions/2977525/. Talk at the International Conference of High Energy Physics (ICHEP) July 2018 in Seoul.

[31]    “Gamma Ray Bursts, Supernovae, Neutrinos, and IceCube.”. Invited talk at IIHE April 2018 in Brussels.

[32]    “Gamma Ray Bursts, Supernovae, Neutrinos, and IceCube.”. Invited talk at DESY January 2018 in Zeuthen.

[33]    “Gamma Ray Bursts, Supernovae, Neutrinos, and IceCube.”. Invited talk at Arizona State University January 2018.

[34]    “Supernova - Gamma Ray Burst - Neutrino Connection.”. Invited SUPER-STARS talk at DARK Cosmology Center November 2017 in Copenhagen.

[35]    “Gamma Ray Bursts, Supernovae, Neutrinos, and IceCube.”. Invited N-Talk at Niels Bohr International Academy November 2017 in Copenhagen.

[36]    “Analytic and compact perturbative expressions for neutrino oscillations in matter.”. Invited seminar at Campinas State University October 2017.

[37]    “COHERENT and the LMA-Dark NSI Solution.” https://indico.uu.se/event/324/session/20/contribution/182. Invited talk at the NUFACT 2017 workshop September 2017 in Uppsala.

[38]    “What We Can Tell About the Sources of IceCube’s Neutrinos, and What IceCube Can Tell Us About Gamma Ray Bursts.” http://astro.fnal.gov/events/event/tbd-35/. Astrophysics theory seminar at Fermilab August 2017 in Batavia, IL.

[39]    “The Galactic Contribution to IceCube’s Astrophysical Neutrino Flux.” https://indico.cern.ch/event/615891/contributions/2608935/. Talk at TeV Particle Astrophysics at CCAPP in Columbus, OH.

[40]    “Finding Anisotropies in Cosmic Rays and Neutrinos.” http://nbia.nbi.ku.dk/nbia-seminars/nbia-seminar-peter-denton/. Invited seminar at the Niels Bohr International Academy astroparticle seminar April 2017 in Copenhagen.

[41]    “Analytic and compact perturbative expressions for neutrino oscillations in matter.”. Talk at the Center of Excellence for Particle Physics at the Terascale at the University of Melbourne December 2016.

[42]    “Spherical Harmonics as a Tool for Finding Anisotropies in UHECR and Astrophysical Neutrino Fluxes.”. Invited talk at the Danish Astroparticle Physics Meeting October 2016 in Odense.

[43]    “The Standard Neutrino Oscillation Parameters and a Surprising Alternative Solution.”. Invited N-Talk at Niels Bohr International Academy September 2016 in Copenhagen.

[44]    “Analytic and compact perturbative expressions for neutrino oscillations in matter.” http://indico.cern.ch/event/432527/contributions/1071859/. Talk at the International Conference of High Energy Physics (ICHEP) August 2016 in Chicago, IL.

[45]    “Analytic and compact perturbative expressions for neutrino oscillations in matter.” http://theory.fnal.gov/seminars/seminars.html. Invited talk at the Fermilab theory seminar July 2016 in Batavia, IL.

[46]    “Methods for Probing New Physics at High Energies.” https://events.vanderbilt.edu/index.php?eID=90084. Successful dissertation defense at Vanderbilt University June 2016 in Nashville, TN.

[47]    “Analytic and compact perturbative expressions for neutrino oscillations in matter.” http://www.ccsem.infn.it/issp2016/index.html. Talk at the International School of Subnuclear Physics May 2016 in Erice, Sicily.

[48]    “Analytic and compact perturbative expressions for neutrino oscillations in matter.” https://indico.cern.ch/event/489180/contributions/2158195/. Talk at Pheno May 2016 in Pittsburgh, PA.

[49]    “Cosmic Ray Anisotropy with Partial Sky Exposure.”. Invited seminar November 2015 at CCAPP.

[50]    “The Effect of a Maximum Lepton Energy on the Stability of Pions and Cosmic Ray Physics.” http://meetings.aps.org/link/BAPS.2015.APR.M14.1. Talk at the APS April meeting 2015 in Baltimore, MD.

[51]    “Particle Physics at the Highest Energies.”. Invited seminar December 2014 at the University of Wisconsin – Madison.

[52]    “Sensitivity of orbiting JEM-EUSO to large-scale cosmic-ray anisotropies.”. Talk at the Cosmic Ray Anisotropy Workshop September 2013 in Madison, WI.

[53]    “Using dispersion relations to look for new physics in pp elastic scattering at the LHC.” http://meetings.aps.org/link/BAPS.2013.APR.H12.8. Talk at the APS April meeting 2013 in Denver, CO.

Notes

[1]    P. B. Denton, H. Minakata, and S. J. Parke, “Comment on 1801.10488v3,”. https://zenodo.org/record/1177535.

Code

[1]    P. B. Denton, “Peterdenton/nu-pert-compare: v1.0.0,” Jan., 2019. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.2547029. https://github.com/PeterDenton/Nu-Pert-Compare.

[2]    P. B. Denton, “ANA v1.0.0: Astrophysical Neutrino Anisotropy,” Mar., 2017. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.438675. https://github.com/PeterDenton/ANA.

[3]    P. B. Denton, “Nu-Pert v0.2.2: Analytic and compact perturbative expressions for neutrino oscillations in matter,” June, 2016. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.54629. https://github.com/PeterDenton/Nu-Pert.

Miscellaneous

[1]    P. B. Denton* et al., “Neutrino Non-Standard Interactions.” Snowmass 2021: LOI, August, 2020. https://www.snowmass21.org/docs/files/summaries/NF/SNOWMASS21-NF3_NF1-CF7_CF0-TF11_TF8_Peter_Denton-023.pdf. *Editor.

[2]    P. B. Denton* and S. J. Parke, “Direct Probes of the Matter Effect in Neutrino Oscillations.” Snowmass 2021: LOI, August, 2020. https://www.snowmass21.org/docs/files/summaries/NF/SNOWMASS21-NF1_NF3-TF0_TF0_Peter_Denton-010.pdf. *Editor.

[3]    M. Bustamante*, P. B. Denton*, S. Wissel*, et al., “Ultra-High-Energy Neutrinos.” Snowmass 2021: LOI, August, 2020. https://www.snowmass21.org/docs/files/summaries/NF/SNOWMASS21-NF4_NF6-CF7_CF3-TF9_TF11-IF2_IF10_Wissel-064.pdf. *Editor.

[4]    P. B. Denton* et al., “Computing Neutrino Oscillations in Matter Efficiently.” Snowmass 2021: LOI, July, 2020. https://www.snowmass21.org/docs/files/summaries/NF/SNOWMASS21-NF8-CompF2-005.pdf. *Editor.

[5]    L. A. Anchordoqui, M. Bustamante, et al., “Cosmic Neutrino Probes of Fundamental Physics.” Snowmass 2021: LOI, August, 2020. https://www.snowmass21.org/docs/files/summaries/CF/SNOWMASS21-CF7_CF1-NF4_NF3-TF11_TF0_Mauricio_Bustamante-048.pdf.

[6]    L. A. Anchordoqui et al., “Synergy of astro-particle physics and collider physics.” Snowmass 2021: LOI, August, 2020. https://www.snowmass21.org/docs/files/summaries/CF/SNOWMASS21-CF7_CF0-EF6_EF7-NF5_NF6-AF4_AF0_LAA-074.pdf.

[7]    D. Soldin et al., “Studies of the Muon Excess in Cosmic Ray Air Showers.” Snowmass 2021: LOI, August, 2020. https://www.snowmass21.org/docs/files/summaries/CF/SNOWMASS21-CF7_CF0-EF6_EF7-AF4_AF0_Dennis_Soldin-083.pdf.

[8]    J. L. Feng, F. Kling, et al., “Forward Physics Facility.” Snowmass 2021: LOI, August, 2020. https://www.snowmass21.org/docs/files/summaries/EF/SNOWMASS21-EF9_EF6_EF10_EF5-NF6_NF3_NF10-RF6_RF0-CF7_CF0-AF5_AF0-UF1_UF2_ForwardPhysicsFacility-193.pdf.

[9]    L. Johns et al., “Supernova neutrinos and particle-physics opportunities.” Snowmass 2021: LOI, August, 2020. https://www.snowmass21.org/docs/files/summaries/NF/SNOWMASS21-NF8_NF4-CF3_CF7-TF9_TF8_Johns-121.pdf.

[10]    K. Scholberg et al., “Neutrino Opportunities at the ORNL Second Target Station.” Snowmass 2021: LOI, August, 2020. https://www.snowmass21.org/docs/files/summaries/NF/SNOWMASS21-NF6_NF9-CF1_CF0-TF11_TF0-IF2_IF8_Kate_Scholberg-161.pdf.

[11]    M. Hostert et al., “Opportunities and signatures of non-minimal Heavy Neutral Leptons.” Snowmass 2021: LOI, August, 2020. https://www.snowmass21.org/docs/files/summaries/NF/SNOWMASS21-NF2_NF3-EF9_EF0-RF4_RF6-CF1_CF0-TF8_TF11_Matheus_Hostert-041.pdf.

[12]    D. A. Sierra et al., “Coherent elastic neutrino-nucleus scattering: Theoretical and experimental impact.” Snowmass 2021: LOI, May, 2020. https://www.snowmass21.org/docs/files/summaries/NF/SNOWMASS21-NF0-002.pdf.

Thesis

[1]    P. B. Denton, Methods for Probing New Physics at High Energies. PhD thesis, Vanderbilt U., 2016-12-18. http://etd.library.vanderbilt.edu/available/etd-07052016-131020/.

*For the latest version see: peterdenton.github.io

Most author lists are in alphabetical order as that is the standard in particle physics.