Charm Physics with Domain Wall Fermions and Physical Pion Masses

Peter Boyle, Luigi Del Debbio, Andreas Jüttner, Ava Khamseh, Francesco Sanfilippo, Justus Tobias Tsang, Oliver Witzel

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Abstract

We present RBC/UKQCD’s charm project usingNf=2+1 flavour ensembles with inverse lat-tice spacings in the range 1.73−2.77 GeV and two physical pion mass ensembles. Domain wallfermions are used for the light as well as the charm quarks. We discuss our strategy for the extrac-tion of the decay constantsfDandfDsand their extrapolation to the continuum limit, physical pionmasses and the physical heavy quark mass. Our preliminary results arefD=208.7(2.8)MeV andfDs=246.4(1.9)MeV where the quoted error is statistical only. We outline our current approach to extend the reach in the heavy quark mass and present preliminary results
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages7
JournalProceedings of Science
Early online date4 Jan 2017
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 24 Mar 2017

Keywords

  • hep-lat

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