Partition functions of a canonical ensemble of non-interacting bound electrons are a key ingredient of the super-transition-array approach to the computation of radiative opacity. A few years ago, we published

# To heat or not to heat: time crystallinity, scars, and finite-size effects in clean Floquet systems. (arXiv:2009.13527v1 [cond-mat.dis-nn])

A cornerstone assumption that most literature on discrete time crystals has relied on is that homogeneous Floquet systems generally heat to a featureless infinite temperature state, an expectation that motivated

# TBG IV: Exact Insulator Ground States and Phase Diagram of Twisted Bilayer Graphene. (arXiv:2009.13530v1 [cond-mat.str-el])

We derive the exact analytic insulator ground states of the projected Hamiltonian of magic-angle twisted bilayer graphene (TBG) flat bands with Coulomb interactions in various limits, and study the perturbations

# Uncertainties in the Galactic dark matter distribution: an update. (arXiv:2009.13523v1 [astro-ph.GA])

We present here a quantitative, accurate estimate of the impact of uncertainties of astrophysical nature on the determination of the dark matter distribution within our Galaxy, the Milky Way. Based

# Constraining power of asymptotic safety for scalar fields. (arXiv:2009.13543v1 [hep-th])

We explore the phenomenology of scalar fields coupled to asymptotically safe quantum gravity, in light of their potential significance for dark matter, for the inflaton as well as dynamical dark

# Resummed predictions for hadronic Higgs boson decays. (arXiv:2009.13533v1 [hep-ph])

We present the NNLL$’$ resummed \mbox{$2$-jettiness}\xspace distribution for decays of the Standard Model Higgs boson to a $b\bar{b}$-quark pair and to gluons. The calculation exploits a factorisation formula derived using

# QFT treatment of a bound state in a thermal gas. (arXiv:2009.13547v1 [hep-ph])

We investigate how to include bound states in a thermal gas in the context of quantum field theory (QFT). To this end, we use for definiteness a scalar QFT with

# Effective Field Theory of Dark Matter Direct Detection With Collective Excitations. (arXiv:2009.13534v1 [hep-ph])

We develop a framework for computing light dark matter direct detection rates through single phonon and magnon excitations via general effective operators. Our work generalizes previous calculations focused on spin-independent

# Black-hole models in loop quantum gravity. (arXiv:2009.13565v1 [gr-qc])

Dynamical black-hole scenarios have been developed in loop quantum gravity in various ways, combining results from mini and midisuperspace models. In the past, the underlying geometry of space-time has often

# Black-hole models in loop quantum gravity. (arXiv:2009.13565v1 [gr-qc])

Dynamical black-hole scenarios have been developed in loop quantum gravity in various ways, combining results from mini and midisuperspace models. In the past, the underlying geometry of space-time has often