SCIENTIFIC ACHIEVEMENTS OF VLADIMIR GRIBOV LN Lipatov

... After publishing the papers devoted to deep inelastic scattering V. Gribov began to work on more fundamental problems of QCD which were beyond the applicability of perturbation theory. He discovered the important property of nonabelian gauge theories which is known as ”Gribov’s ambiguities” Nucl. P ...

... After publishing the papers devoted to deep inelastic scattering V. Gribov began to work on more fundamental problems of QCD which were beyond the applicability of perturbation theory. He discovered the important property of nonabelian gauge theories which is known as ”Gribov’s ambiguities” Nucl. P ...

Wave_particle_duality\key Wave particle duality

... {A dead "fly" of mass $m$ is placed in a dark gravity-free vacuum, somewhere not too far from the origin. The speed of the fly is known to be zero with virtually zero uncertainty. To ascertain the fly's position you construct "flyswatter" that can detect any collision between the flyswatt ...

... {A dead "fly" of mass $m$ is placed in a dark gravity-free vacuum, somewhere not too far from the origin. The speed of the fly is known to be zero with virtually zero uncertainty. To ascertain the fly's position you construct "flyswatter" that can detect any collision between the flyswatt ...

TK_LV_NExT

... Neutrino mode analysis: MiniBooNE saw the 3.0s excess at low energy region Antineutrino mode analysis: MiniBooNE saw the 1.4s excess at low and high energy region Since we find no evidence of Lorentz violation, we set limits on the combination SME coefficients. ...

... Neutrino mode analysis: MiniBooNE saw the 3.0s excess at low energy region Antineutrino mode analysis: MiniBooNE saw the 1.4s excess at low and high energy region Since we find no evidence of Lorentz violation, we set limits on the combination SME coefficients. ...

Title of slide - Centre for Particle Physics

... Frequentist intervals (limits) for a parameter s can be found by defining a test of the hypothesized value s (do this for all s): Specify values of the data n that are ‘disfavoured’ by s (critical region) such that P(n in critical region) ≤ g for a prespecified g, e.g., 0.05 or 0.1. (Because of disc ...

... Frequentist intervals (limits) for a parameter s can be found by defining a test of the hypothesized value s (do this for all s): Specify values of the data n that are ‘disfavoured’ by s (critical region) such that P(n in critical region) ≤ g for a prespecified g, e.g., 0.05 or 0.1. (Because of disc ...

mesons in the quark model

... proposals involving TAPS at KVI prop # 0 production studies + 6Li 12C + + 0 Pionic fusion: probe of subnucleonic d.o.f. in nuclei ...

... proposals involving TAPS at KVI prop # 0 production studies + 6Li 12C + + 0 Pionic fusion: probe of subnucleonic d.o.f. in nuclei ...

15. GRAND UNIFIED THEORIES 15. Grand Uniﬁed Theories 15.1. Grand Uniﬁcation 1

... SU(3)C × SU(2)L × U(1)Y , and why 3 families of quarks and leptons? Moreover, why does one family consist of the states [Q, uc , dc ; L, ec ] transforming as [(3, 2, 1/3), (3̄, 1, −4/3), (3̄, 1, 2/3); (1, 2, −1), (1, 1, 2)], where Q = (u, d), and L = (ν, e) are SU(2)L doublets, and uc , dc , ec are ...

... SU(3)C × SU(2)L × U(1)Y , and why 3 families of quarks and leptons? Moreover, why does one family consist of the states [Q, uc , dc ; L, ec ] transforming as [(3, 2, 1/3), (3̄, 1, −4/3), (3̄, 1, 2/3); (1, 2, −1), (1, 1, 2)], where Q = (u, d), and L = (ν, e) are SU(2)L doublets, and uc , dc , ec are ...

institut de física corpuscular - Instituto de Física Corpuscular

... the theoretical and experimental aspects. Our aim is to understand the nature of these interactions and their phenomenological consequences in the laboratories, to predict the behaviour in future experiments and, as a final goal, to search for a unified theory of all of them. In parallel, we wish to ...

... the theoretical and experimental aspects. Our aim is to understand the nature of these interactions and their phenomenological consequences in the laboratories, to predict the behaviour in future experiments and, as a final goal, to search for a unified theory of all of them. In parallel, we wish to ...

Some Useful Formulae for Aerosol Size Distributions and

... A complete description of an ensemble of particles would describe the composition and geometry of each particle. Such an approach for atmospheric aerosols whose concentrations can be ∼ 10, 000 particles per cm3 is impracticable in most cases. The simplest alternate approach is to use a statistical d ...

... A complete description of an ensemble of particles would describe the composition and geometry of each particle. Such an approach for atmospheric aerosols whose concentrations can be ∼ 10, 000 particles per cm3 is impracticable in most cases. The simplest alternate approach is to use a statistical d ...

Beyond the Standard Model

... physics beyond the Standard Model. Although such ideas often have a finite life-time, there are many that have been around for a decade or more, and are likely to play an important rôle in particle physics at least for another decade. The emphasis is on those ideas that are likely to survive for a ...

... physics beyond the Standard Model. Although such ideas often have a finite life-time, there are many that have been around for a decade or more, and are likely to play an important rôle in particle physics at least for another decade. The emphasis is on those ideas that are likely to survive for a ...

Unit 10: Dark Matter

... Dark matter is something beyond the stuff we encounter here on Earth. We all consist of neutrons, protons, and electrons, and our particle physics experiments with cosmic rays and accelerators tell us that a whole set of particles interact with each other to make up the world we see. As we learned i ...

... Dark matter is something beyond the stuff we encounter here on Earth. We all consist of neutrons, protons, and electrons, and our particle physics experiments with cosmic rays and accelerators tell us that a whole set of particles interact with each other to make up the world we see. As we learned i ...

Perspectives of Nuclear Physics in Europe

... neutrons (collectively called nucleons). The constituents of nuclei are, however, not elementary. Following intensive research efforts throughout the latter third of the 20th century, it is now known that protons and neutrons have a substructure: they are composed of point-like particles called quar ...

... neutrons (collectively called nucleons). The constituents of nuclei are, however, not elementary. Following intensive research efforts throughout the latter third of the 20th century, it is now known that protons and neutrons have a substructure: they are composed of point-like particles called quar ...

ATLAS (A Toroidal LHC ApparatuS) is one of the seven particle detector experiments (ALICE, ATLAS, CMS, TOTEM, LHCb, LHCf and MoEDAL) constructed at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), a particle accelerator at CERN (the European Organization for Nuclear Research) in Switzerland. The experiment is designed to take advantage of the unprecedented energy available at the LHC and observe phenomena that involve highly massive particles which were not observable using earlier lower-energy accelerators. It is hoped that it will shed light on new theories of particle physics beyond the Standard Model.ATLAS is 46 metres long, 25 metres in diameter, and weighs about 7,000 tonnes; it contains some 3000 km of cable. The experiment is a collaboration involving roughly 3,000 physicists from over 175 institutions in 38 countries. The project was led for the first 15 years by Peter Jenni and between 2009 and 2013 was headed by Fabiola Gianotti. Since 2013 it has been headed by David Charlton. It was one of the two LHC experiments involved in the discovery of a particle consistent with the Higgs boson in July 2012.