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Discovery Potential for Quantum Black Holes in the Di-Top Quark Final State at the Large Hadron ColliderDownload
Models postulating large extra dimensions or a warped extra dimension allow the reduction of the Planck scale to the order of a few TeV. These energies may be accessible by the Large Hadron Collider particle accelerator. Quantum black holes are predicted to be produced from particle collisions...
Surface and Borehole Seismic Images at the International Continental Drilling Program Outokumpu Borehole: Implications for Reflectivity of the Crystalline CrustDownload
The study area, Outokumpu, is a hard rock area and it is well known for its unconventional Precambrian massive Cu-Co-Zn sulphide deposits (~1.97 Ga) which were discovered in 1910. This study was conducted to understand the seismic reflection characteristic in hard rock environment in Outokumpu,...
The objective of this work was to simulate the PICASSO experiment and to study the detector response to neutron irradiation. The results of the sim- ulation show the rock neutron rate to be 1-2 neutrons/day for the setup used until 2009 and less than 0.1 neutrons/day for the setup used after...
Constraining the physics of relativistic jets with radio through (sub-)millimetre properties of X-ray binariesDownload
Astrophysical jets are ubiquitous phenomena in our universe, linked to a wide range of objects, from young stars to black holes. These powerful, highly collimated outflows deposit significant amounts of energy and matter into the surrounding medium, affecting star formation, galaxy evolution, and...
In the year 1693, the Franco-Italian astronomer Giovanni Domenico Cassini publishedthree empirical laws describing the orbital and rotational motions of the Moon. Cassini’sThird Law describes the orientations of the lunar equatorial plane and the lunar orbital planevis-a-vis the ecliptic....
Torsional oscillators are well known for their extensive applications ranging from measuring gravity to detecting angular momentum of light. When these torsional resonators scale down, through advanced nanofabrication techniques, the applications extend to measuring quantum effects such as the...
To overcome the limitations of lens aberrations in an electron microscope, Dr. Dennis Gabor invented electron holography, a technique that uses no lenses. The technique uses low energies (60-200eV), which makes it ideal for imaging fragile biological samples. To suspend samples, graphene has been...