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Prospects for Charged Higgs Discovery at Colliders (CHARGED 2018)
The 7th workshop on prospects for the discovery of charged Higgs bosons at colliders. International conference for experimentalists and theorists in elementary particle physics.
Disputation: Vacua in String Theory: de Sitter Space and Stability in Flux Compactifications
In this thesis we present some explorations within supergravity, a low energy limit of string theory, studying non-supersymmetric vacua, its stability, and the possibility of finding dS.
Disputation: The formation of successful physics students: Discourse and identity perspectives on university physics
In university physics education, unequal student participation has always been an issue. An example is the fact that men constitute 70–80% of the student body in most countries. In recent years, physics education research has started to explore issues of participation, diversity, and identity, but more research and theoretical and methodological development is needed.
Disputation: The interplay between quark and hadronic degrees of freedom and the structure of the proton
We study the low-energy sector of the strong interaction which is the least understood part of the Standard Model, the theory that describes the interactions of all known particles. The ideal particles for this study are the proton and the neutron, collectively called the nucleon.
Disputation: Enhancing the performance of the Digital Cherenkov Viewing Device: Detecting partial defects in irradiated nuclear fuel assemblies using Cherenkov light
The Digital Cherenkov Viewing Device (DCVD) is an instrument used by authority safeguards inspectors to verify irradiated nuclear fuel assemblies in wet storage based on Cherenkov light emission. It is frequently used to verify that parts of an assembly have not been diverted, which is done by comparing the measured Cherenkov light intensity to a predicted one.