SCIENTIFIC ACHIEVEMENTS OF VLADIMIR GRIBOV LN Lipatov

... V. Gribov was not satisﬁed by the Mandelstam explanation of the conﬁnement in QCD as the anti-Meissner eﬀect and suggested a new idea based on the existence of light quarks in Physica Scripta T 15, 164 (1987). He used an analogy with a nucleus having a large electric charge. It is known that, if thi ...

... V. Gribov was not satisﬁed by the Mandelstam explanation of the conﬁnement in QCD as the anti-Meissner eﬀect and suggested a new idea based on the existence of light quarks in Physica Scripta T 15, 164 (1987). He used an analogy with a nucleus having a large electric charge. It is known that, if thi ...

Chapter 10

... t d 25. The linear speed of a point on Earth’s surface depends on its distance from the axis of rotation. To solve for the linear speed, we use v = r, where r is the radius of its orbit. A point on Earth at a latitude of 40° moves along a circular path of radius r = R cos 40°, where R is the radi ...

... t d 25. The linear speed of a point on Earth’s surface depends on its distance from the axis of rotation. To solve for the linear speed, we use v = r, where r is the radius of its orbit. A point on Earth at a latitude of 40° moves along a circular path of radius r = R cos 40°, where R is the radi ...

Vivien SCHMITT Design, fabrication and test of a four - Iramis

... of the 2N computational basis states of the register, but can be any coherent superposition of them. In this scheme, the qubits should be logical qubits protected against decoherence processes detrimental for quantum coherence, and thus for the computation performed. The five criteria to meet for ma ...

... of the 2N computational basis states of the register, but can be any coherent superposition of them. In this scheme, the qubits should be logical qubits protected against decoherence processes detrimental for quantum coherence, and thus for the computation performed. The five criteria to meet for ma ...

Are mirror worlds opaque?

... language of gauge theories, the mirror particles are all singlets under the standard G ≡ SU(3) ⊗ SU(2)L ⊗ U (1)Y gauge interactions. Instead the mirror particles interact with a set of mirror gauge particles, so that the gauge symmetry of the theory is doubled, i.e., G ⊗ G (the ordinary particles ar ...

... language of gauge theories, the mirror particles are all singlets under the standard G ≡ SU(3) ⊗ SU(2)L ⊗ U (1)Y gauge interactions. Instead the mirror particles interact with a set of mirror gauge particles, so that the gauge symmetry of the theory is doubled, i.e., G ⊗ G (the ordinary particles ar ...

A cold strontium Rydberg gas - AtMol Home

... [5, 6]. If this dressing was performed for degenerate ground state atoms [7], i.e. atoms in a strontium Bose-Einstein condensate [8, 9], with attractive interactions, it could lead to the production of three-dimensional bright solitons, or ”matter-wave bullets” [1, 10]. The presence of doubly excite ...

... [5, 6]. If this dressing was performed for degenerate ground state atoms [7], i.e. atoms in a strontium Bose-Einstein condensate [8, 9], with attractive interactions, it could lead to the production of three-dimensional bright solitons, or ”matter-wave bullets” [1, 10]. The presence of doubly excite ...

Reviews of Modern Physics 83, 407

... to the graphene pseudospin rather than real spin), although it is arrived at starting purely from the tight-binding Schrödinger equation for carbon in a honeycomb lattice with two atoms per unit cell. This mapping of the low energy, long-wavelength electronic structure of graphene onto the massless ...

... to the graphene pseudospin rather than real spin), although it is arrived at starting purely from the tight-binding Schrödinger equation for carbon in a honeycomb lattice with two atoms per unit cell. This mapping of the low energy, long-wavelength electronic structure of graphene onto the massless ...