In braneworld collisions fermions originally localised on one brane can be transferred to another brane, or to a space-time boundary. By modelling branes as scalar field kinks we bounce them off boundaries and study resulting effects according to a braneworld observer. Extending on our previous work, we numerically compute the spectrum of excitations of fermion modes localised on the brane and boundary, in terms of the momentum k along the brane dimensions. We find that the spectrum depends strongly on collision velocity and fermion-scalar coupling. Also, high-momentum modes tend to ``fall off'' the kinks and become delocalised radiation.
Saffin, P. M., & Tranberg, A. (2007). The fermion spectrum in braneworld collisions. Journal of High Energy Physics, 2007(12), https://doi.org/10.1088/1126-6708/2007/12/053