In the past F.G. Celiberto has collaborated on articles with F. Caporale. One of their most recent publications is High-energy resummation in heavy-quark pair photoproduction. Which was published in journal Physics Letters B.

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F.G. Celiberto's Articles: (3)

High-energy resummation in heavy-quark pair photoproduction

AbstractWe present our predictions for the inclusive production of two heavy quark–antiquark pairs, separated by a large rapidity interval, in the collision of (quasi-)real photons at the energies of LEP2 and of some future electron–positron colliders. We include in our calculation the full resummation of leading logarithms in the center-of-mass energy and a partial resummation of the next-to-leading logarithms, within the Balitsky–Fadin–Kuraev–Lipatov (BFKL) approach.

Forward Drell–Yan production at the LHC in the BFKL formalism with collinear corrections

AbstractMotivated by the recent work of Brzemiński, Motyka, Sadzikowski and Stebel in [1], where forward Drell–Yan production is studied in proton–proton collisions at the LHC, we improve their calculation by introducing an unintegrated gluon density obtained in [2] from a fit to combined HERA data at small values of Bjorken x. This gluon density was calculated within the BFKL formalism at next-to-leading order with collinear corrections. We show that it generates a good description of the forward Drell–Yan cross section dependence on the invariant mass of the lepton pair both for LHCb and ATLAS data.

BFKL azimuthal imprints in inclusive three-jet production at 7 and 13 TeV

AbstractWe propose the study of new observables in LHC inclusive events with three tagged jets, one in the forward direction, one in the backward direction and both well-separated in rapidity from the each other (Mueller–Navelet jets), together with a third jet tagged in central regions of rapidity. Since non-tagged associated mini-jet multiplicity is allowed, we argue that projecting the cross sections on azimuthal-angle components can provide several distinct tests of the BFKL dynamics. Realistic LHC kinematical cuts are introduced.

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