QCD and strongly coupled gauge theories: challenges and

... We expect that this work will attract a broad readership, ranging from practitioners in one or more subfields of QCD, to particle or nuclear physicists working in fields other than QCD and the Standard Model (SM), to students starting research in QCD or elsewhere. We should note that the scope of QC ...

... We expect that this work will attract a broad readership, ranging from practitioners in one or more subfields of QCD, to particle or nuclear physicists working in fields other than QCD and the Standard Model (SM), to students starting research in QCD or elsewhere. We should note that the scope of QC ...

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 ...

Continuum Solvation Models in Chemical Physics: From Theory to

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... Visit our Home Page on www.wiley.com All Rights Reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, scanning or otherwise, except under the terms of the Copyright, Designs a ...

Geometry of Lattice Angles, Polygons, and Cones

... in Euclidean plane, but they are not always congruent in lattice case. In addition in lattice case there is less lattice regular polygons in the plane, but in some dimensions the amount of lattice regular polytopes can be arbitrarily large (in Euclidean case we have 3 distinct polytopes for dimensio ...

... in Euclidean plane, but they are not always congruent in lattice case. In addition in lattice case there is less lattice regular polygons in the plane, but in some dimensions the amount of lattice regular polytopes can be arbitrarily large (in Euclidean case we have 3 distinct polytopes for dimensio ...

The phase diagram of dense QCD

... boundaries. Nevertheless, there is an argument to claim that the sudden freezeout of chemical compositions should take place close to the phase transition [55]. Along the freeze-out line the thermal degrees of freedom are dominated by mesons for µB mN . The higher µB becomes, the more baryons are ...

... boundaries. Nevertheless, there is an argument to claim that the sudden freezeout of chemical compositions should take place close to the phase transition [55]. Along the freeze-out line the thermal degrees of freedom are dominated by mesons for µB mN . The higher µB becomes, the more baryons are ...

Theory of lanthanide systems: valence - Tel Archives ouvertes

... can transform a smooth valence change into a discontinuous valence transition. The model is treated in a combination of Hubbard-I and mean-field approximations, suitable for the energy scales of the problem. The zero temperature phase diagram of the model is established. It shows the evolution of th ...

... can transform a smooth valence change into a discontinuous valence transition. The model is treated in a combination of Hubbard-I and mean-field approximations, suitable for the energy scales of the problem. The zero temperature phase diagram of the model is established. It shows the evolution of th ...

Magnetic Monopoles - Caltech Particle Theory

... magnetic monopoles is a cosmological issue (7-9). In fact, estimates based on the standard cosmological scenario indicate that the monopole abundance should exceed by many orders of magnitude the current observational limits. Thus, our failure to observe a monopole is itself a significant piece of i ...

... magnetic monopoles is a cosmological issue (7-9). In fact, estimates based on the standard cosmological scenario indicate that the monopole abundance should exceed by many orders of magnitude the current observational limits. Thus, our failure to observe a monopole is itself a significant piece of i ...

Resource Guide for Physics and Whitehead

... of Whitehead’s signiﬁcance.” [Lucas, 1989, p. 199] Uniﬁcation of geometry and physics – Whitehead’s 1905 Memoir “undertook the uniﬁcation of geometry and physics by means of …symbolic logic--which was forged by Whitehead and Russell between 1900 and 1910. The paper constitutes a synthesis unique in ...

... of Whitehead’s signiﬁcance.” [Lucas, 1989, p. 199] Uniﬁcation of geometry and physics – Whitehead’s 1905 Memoir “undertook the uniﬁcation of geometry and physics by means of …symbolic logic--which was forged by Whitehead and Russell between 1900 and 1910. The paper constitutes a synthesis unique in ...

About Vortex Physics and Vortex Losses

... Students of electronic engineering (1991) were able to produce photos of the leaf, using their self built high voltage device in the darkroom, even after the original had been removed. The potential vortices still present under the plexiglas remained detectable by their storage effect. Several autho ...

... Students of electronic engineering (1991) were able to produce photos of the leaf, using their self built high voltage device in the darkroom, even after the original had been removed. The potential vortices still present under the plexiglas remained detectable by their storage effect. Several autho ...

Strong-field ionization of atoms and molecules by short femtosecond

... state of hydrogen, being of the order 100 as. This prevents electron dynamics from being studied using femtosecond pulses, femtosecond pulses are simply too long to capture the electron dynamics. However, it is possible to generate XUV attosecond pulses using femtosecond pulses [1, 4], utilizing hig ...

... state of hydrogen, being of the order 100 as. This prevents electron dynamics from being studied using femtosecond pulses, femtosecond pulses are simply too long to capture the electron dynamics. However, it is possible to generate XUV attosecond pulses using femtosecond pulses [1, 4], utilizing hig ...

Vibrations of an elastic structure with shunted piezoelectric

... Piezoelectric materials are proposed for many applications, most of the time to couple the vibrations of a structure including the piezoelectric material with an electric circuit. This can lead to several applications like oscillators for electronic circuits, acceleration sensors and gyroscopes, sou ...

... Piezoelectric materials are proposed for many applications, most of the time to couple the vibrations of a structure including the piezoelectric material with an electric circuit. This can lead to several applications like oscillators for electronic circuits, acceleration sensors and gyroscopes, sou ...

ThesisBertVercnocke Cover - Departement Natuurkunde en

... thesis investigates various aspects of black holes in extensions of general relativity that arise as low energy limits of string theory. Two main topics concerning black holes are treated, a third topic does not concern black holes. First, the structure of the equations of motion underlying black ho ...

... thesis investigates various aspects of black holes in extensions of general relativity that arise as low energy limits of string theory. Two main topics concerning black holes are treated, a third topic does not concern black holes. First, the structure of the equations of motion underlying black ho ...

Parallel Worlds: A Journey Through Creation, Higher Dimensions

... I didn’t realize that I had accidentally stumbled on one of the great questions of theology. I was puzzled, because in Buddhism, there is no God at all, but a timeless universe with no beginning or end. Later, when I began to study the great mythologies of the world, I learned that there were two ty ...

... I didn’t realize that I had accidentally stumbled on one of the great questions of theology. I was puzzled, because in Buddhism, there is no God at all, but a timeless universe with no beginning or end. Later, when I began to study the great mythologies of the world, I learned that there were two ty ...

chapter i - Sacramento - California State University

... Chapter 1 focuses on an introduction of the report and the purpose of the filter in the thesis. Chapter 2 reviews current state of the art and gives a background into loaded and unloaded temperature compensated dielectric resonators. Chapter 3 deals with the goals of the thesis and what is set out t ...

... Chapter 1 focuses on an introduction of the report and the purpose of the filter in the thesis. Chapter 2 reviews current state of the art and gives a background into loaded and unloaded temperature compensated dielectric resonators. Chapter 3 deals with the goals of the thesis and what is set out t ...

Spin–spin coupling tensors as determined by experiment and

... coupling tensor as opposed to solely the isotropic coupling constants, i.e. 13 of the trace of J. Concerning quantum chemical data, only results of non-empirical work carried out either by ab initio or density-functional theory will be included. The list of relevant, yet omitted semiempirical papers ...

... coupling tensor as opposed to solely the isotropic coupling constants, i.e. 13 of the trace of J. Concerning quantum chemical data, only results of non-empirical work carried out either by ab initio or density-functional theory will be included. The list of relevant, yet omitted semiempirical papers ...

Modeling Techniques for substrate noise coupling

... Dr. R. Gharpurey and Dr. R. G. Meyer have developed the boundary element methods using the Green’s function for efficient calculation of substrate macromodels in the last decade. The marcomodels can be included in circuit simulators such as SPICE, in order to predict the effects of substrate noise c ...

... Dr. R. Gharpurey and Dr. R. G. Meyer have developed the boundary element methods using the Green’s function for efficient calculation of substrate macromodels in the last decade. The marcomodels can be included in circuit simulators such as SPICE, in order to predict the effects of substrate noise c ...