# CERN Published Articles

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2021-01-22
11:34
 Optimising the benefits from research institutes / Lagrange, Thierry (CERN) 2020 In : The economics of big science, pp.39-44

2021-01-22
11:30
 Rethinking the socio-economic value of big science : lessons from the FCC study / Gutleber, Johannes (CERN) 2020 In : The economics of big science, pp.45-51

2021-01-22
06:27
 A novel approach to seamless simulations of compact hadron therapy systems for self-consistent evaluation of dosimetric and radiation protection quantities / Hernalsteens, C (U. Brussels (main) ; CERN) ; Tesse, R (U. Brussels (main)) ; Boogert, S T (Royal Holloway, U. of London) ; Flandroy, Q (IBA, Louvain-la-Neuve) ; Fuentes, C (IBA, Louvain-la-Neuve) ; Gnacadja, E (U. Brussels (main)) ; Nevay, L J (Royal Holloway, U. of London) ; Pauly, N (U. Brussels (main)) ; Ramoisiaux, E (U. Brussels (main)) ; Shields, W (Royal Holloway, U. of London) et al. Hadron therapy installations are evolving towards more compact systems that require higher-quality beams for advanced treatment modalities such as proton flash and arc therapy. Therefore the accurate modelling of present and next-generation systems poses new challenges where the simulations require both magnetic beam transport and particle-matter interactions. [...] 2020 - 7 p. - Published in : EPL 132 (2020) 50004 Fulltext: PDF;

2021-01-22
06:27
 Extended Scalar Sectors / Steggemann, Jan (CERN ; LPHE, Lausanne) Extended scalar sectors appear in various extensions of the Standard Model of particle physics, such as supersymmetric models. They are also generic extensions of the Standard Model and can address a number of its shortcomings. [...] 2020 - 29 p. - Published in : Ann. Rev. Nucl. Part. Sci. 70 (2020) 197-223 Fulltext: PDF;

2021-01-22
06:27
 The Method of Temperature Resistivity Creation of the Compact Precision Laser Inclinometer / Budagov, J (Dubna, JINR) ; Di Girolamo, B (CERN) ; Lyablin, M (Dubna, JINR) For the Precision Laser Inclinometer (PLI) temperature resistivity increase the essential design innovations have been developed and introduced in the PLI accepted design scheme. The proposed methods of the temperature resistivity guarantee—as shown experimentally—the achievement of a long term PLI sensitivity of 2.8 × 10$^{–11}$ rad for allowed ±0.1°С variation of temperature of surrounding environment.. 2020 - 7 p. - Published in : Phys. Part. Nucl. Lett. 17 (2020) 931-937

2021-01-22
06:27
 The Compact Nanoradian Precision Laser Inclinometer—an Innovative Instrument for the Angular Microseismic Isolation of the Interferometric Gravitational Antennas / Budagov, J (Dubna, JINR) ; Di Girolamo, B (CERN) ; Lyablin, M (Dubna, JINR) The conceptual new design of the Precision Laser Inclinometer (PLI) is proposed and developed what resulted in creation of compact instrument for its possible use in a restricted vacuum volume of sensitive elements of Gravitational Wave Interferometric Antennas. It is shown that the use of a position sensitive method—the dividing plates method—for the detection of angular inclination of laser beams, allows to reduce the dimensions of the PLI to a cube of 11 × 11 × 15 cm$^{3}$ or to a cylinder with a diameter of 15 cm and a height of 11 cm. [...] 2020 - 15 p. - Published in : Phys. Part. Nucl. Lett. 17 (2020) 916-930

2021-01-22
06:27
 Dynamics of the interaction of dust particles with the LHC beam / Lindstrom, B (CERN ; Uppsala U.) ; Bélanger, P (CERN ; TRIUMF) ; Gorzawski, A (CERN ; Malta U.) ; Kral, J (CERN ; Prague, Tech. U.) ; Lechner, A (CERN) ; Salvachua, B (CERN) ; Schmidt, R (CERN) ; Siemko, A (CERN) ; Vaananen, M (CERN) ; Valuch, D (CERN) et al. Micrometer-sized dust particles present in the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) beam pipe are believed to have caused many thousands of sporadic beam loss events around the LHC. These so-called unidentified falling objects (UFOs) have been under continuous study since the start of high intensity beam operation in the LHC due to their impact on the LHC availability: 139 beam dumps and 12 magnet quenches during Run II (2015–2018) alone. [...] 2020 - 14 p. - Published in : Phys. Rev. Accel. Beams 23 (2020) 124501 Fulltext from Publisher: PDF;

2021-01-22
06:27
 Temperature-Dependent Field Emission and Breakdown Measurements Using a Pulsed High-Voltage Cryosystem / Jacewicz, Marek (Uppsala U.) ; Eriksson, Johan (Uppsala U.) ; Ruber, Roger (Uppsala U.) ; Calatroni, Sergio (CERN) ; Profatilova, Iaroslava (CERN) ; Wuensch, Walter (CERN) A variable-temperature pulsed high-voltage system has been constructed and a series of high-field measurements on copper electrodes have been carried out. The measurements are made at ambient to cryogenic temperatures and include conditioning, breakdown threshold, and field emission. [...] 2020 - 6 p. - Published in : Phys. Rev. Applied 14 (2020) 061002 Fulltext: PDF;

2021-01-22
06:27
 EuPRAXIA Conceptual Design Report / Assmann, R W (DESY) ; Weikum, M K (DESY) ; Akhter, T (INFN, Naples) ; Alesini, D (Frascati) ; Alexandrova, A S (Cockcroft Inst. Accel. Sci. Tech. ; U. Liverpool (main)) ; Anania, M P (Frascati) ; Andreev, N E (ITAE, Moscow ; Moscow, MIPT) ; Andriyash, I (Weizmann Inst.) ; Artioli, M (ENEA, Bologna) ; Aschikhin, A (DESY) et al. This report presents the conceptual design of a new European research infrastructure EuPRAXIA. The concept has been established over the last four years in a unique collaboration of 41 laboratories within a Horizon 2020 design study funded by the European Union. [...] 2020 - 610 p. - Published in : Eur. Phys. J. Spec. Top. 229 (2020) 3675-4284 Fulltext from Publisher: PDF;

2021-01-22
06:27
 Reducing Beam-Related Background on Forward Physics Detectors Using Crystal Collimation at the Large Hadron Collider / Mirarchi, D (Manchester U. ; CERN) ; Avati, V (AGH-UST, Cracow ; CERN) ; Bruce, R (CERN) ; Butcher, M (CERN) ; D'Andrea, M (CERN ; U. Padua (main)) ; Di Castro, M (CERN) ; Deile, M (CERN) ; Dziedzic, B (Cracow, INP) ; Hiller, K (DESY) ; Jakobsen, S (CERN) et al. Beam collimation in high-energy colliders is customarily carried out by means of massive amorphous absorbers surrounding the circulating beam. Several studies were performed in the last decades to establish an innovative collimation technique that relies on particle deflection by means of channeling between crystalline planes of a bent crystal. [...] 2020 - 20 p. - Published in : Phys. Rev. Applied 14 (2020) 064066 Fulltext: PDF;