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Electron beam transfer line design for plasma driven Free Electron LasersMar 01 2018Plasma driven particle accelerators represent the future of compact accelerating machines and Free Electron Lasers are going to benefit from these new technologies. One of the main issue of this new approach to FEL machines is the design of the transfer ... More

Plasma boosted electron beams for driving Free Electron LasersFeb 19 2018In this paper, we report results of simulations, in the framework of both EuPRAXIA \cite{Walk2017} and EuPRAXIA@SPARC\_LAB \cite{Ferr2017} projects, aimed at delivering a high brightness electron bunch for driving a Free Electron Laser (FEL) by employing ... More

RF injector design studies for the trailing witness bunch for a plasma-based user facilityJan 09 2018Jan 16 2018The interest in plasma-based accelerators as drivers of user facilities is growing worldwide thanks to its compactness and reduced costs. In this context the EuPRAXIA collaboration is preparing a conceptual design report for a multi-GeV plasma-based accelerator ... More

EuPRAXIA@SPARC_LAB: the high-brightness RF photo-injector layout proposalFeb 25 2018At EuPRAXIA@SPARC_LAB, the unique combination of an advanced high-brightness RF injector and a plasma-based accelerator will drive a new multi-disciplinary user-facility. The facility, that is currently under study at INFN-LNF Laboratories (Frascati, ... More

Energy Measurements by Means of Transition Radiation in novel LinacsFeb 12 2018Advanced linear accelerator design may use Optical Transition Radiation (OTR) screens to measure beam spot size; for instance, such screens are foreseen in plasma based accelerators (EuPRAXIA@SPARC_LAB) or Compton machines (Gamma Beam Source@ELI-NP). ... More

EUPRAXIA@SPARC_LAB: Beam Dynamics studies for the X-band LinacJan 30 2018In the framework of the Eupraxia Design Study an advanced accelerator facility EUPRAXIA@SPARC_LAB has been proposed to be realized at Frascati (Italy) Laboratories of INFN. Two advanced acceleration schemes will be applied, namely an ultimate high gradient ... More

Preliminary RF design of an X-band linac for the EuPRAXIA@SPARC_LAB projectJan 02 2018In the framework of the upgrade of the SPARC_LAB facility at INFN-LNF, named EuPRAXIA@SPARC_LAB, a high gradient linac is foreseen. One of the most suitable options is to realize it in X-band. A preliminary design study of both accelerating structures ... More

Progress of the Development of the ELI-NP GBS High Level ApplicationsDec 05 2017The Gamma Beam System (GBS) is a high brightness LINAC to be installed in Magurele (Bucharest) at the new ELI-NP (Extreme Light Infrastructure - Nuclear Physics) laboratory. The accelerated electrons, with energies ranging from 280 to 720 MeV, will collide ... More

Overview of Plasma Lens Experiments and Recent Results at SPARC_LABFeb 01 2018Beam injection and extraction from a plasma module is still one of the crucial aspects to solve in order to produce high quality electron beams with a plasma accelerator. Proper matching conditions require to focus the incoming high brightness beam down ... More

Recent results at SPARC_LABJan 18 2018The current activity of the SPARC_LAB test-facility is focused on the realization of plasma-based acceleration experiments with the aim to provide accelerating field of the order of several GV/m while maintaining the overall quality (in terms of energy ... More

Nano-machining, surface analysis and emittance measurements of a copper photocathode at SPARC_LABJan 11 2018R\&D activity on Cu photocathodes is under development at the SPARC\_LAB test facility to fully characterize each stage of the photocathode "life" and to have a complete overview of the photoemission properties in high brightness photo-injectors. The ... More

Conceptual design of electron beam diagnostics for high brightness plasma acceleratorFeb 14 2018A design study of the diagnostics of a high brightness linac, based on X-band structures, and a plasma accelerator stage, has been delivered in the framework of the EuPRAXIA@SPARC_LAB project. In this paper, we present a conceptual design of the proposed ... More

Longitudinal phase-space manipulation with beam-driven plasma wakefieldsFeb 21 2019The development of compact accelerator facilities providing high-brightness beams is one of the most challenging tasks in field of next-generation compact and cost affordable particle accelerators, to be used in many fields for industrial, medical and ... More

Positron driven muon source for a muon colliderMay 14 2019The design of a future multi-TeV muon collider needs new ideas to overcome the technological challenges related to muon production, cooling, accumulation and acceleration. In this paper a layout of a positron driven muon source known as the Low EMittance ... More

Simulation design for forthcoming high quality plasma wakefield acceleration experiment in linear regime at SPARC_LABFeb 14 2018In the context of plasma wakefield acceleration beam driven, we exploit a high density charge trailing bunch whose self-fields act by mitigating the energy spread increase via beam loading compensation, together with bunch self-contain operated by the ... More

Positron driven muon source for a muon colliderMay 14 2019May 19 2019The design of a future multi-TeV muon collider needs new ideas to overcome the technological challenges related to muon production, cooling, accumulation and acceleration. In this paper a layout of a positron driven muon source known as the Low EMittance ... More

EuPRAXIA@SPARC_LAB Design study towards a compact FEL facility at LNFJan 26 2018On the wake of the results obtained so far at the SPARC\_LAB test-facility at the Laboratori Nazionali di Frascati (Italy), we are currently investigating the possibility to design and build a new multi-disciplinary user-facility, equipped with a soft ... More

A study of RXTE and BeppoSAX observations of Cyg X-3Jan 14 2004We present an analysis of Cyg X-3 data from RXTE/PCA,HEXTE and ASM, supplemented by a selected spectrum from BeppoSAX. We fit the PCA/HEXTE spectra from 1996-2000 by a model including hybrid Comptonization, reflection and absorption, and classify them ... More

Non-reciprocal quantum interactions and devices via autonomous feed-forwardOct 20 2016In a recent work [A. Metelmann and A. A. Clerk, Phys. Rev. X 5, 021025 (2015)], a general reservoir-engineering approach for generating non-reciprocal quantum interactions and devices was described. We show here how in many cases this general recipe can ... More

Deciphering the minimum of energy of some walking technicolor modelsMay 11 2010There are quasi-conformal theories, like the Minimal and Ultraminimal Technicolor models, which may break dynamically the gauge symmetry of the Standard Model and at the same time are compatible with electroweak precision data. The main characteristic ... More

Strength of the Trilinear Higgs Boson Coupling in Technicolor ModelsOct 14 2005Oct 20 2005We discuss the strength of the trilinear Higgs boson coupling in technicolor (or composite) models in a model independent way. The coupling is determined as a function of a very general ansatz for the technicolor self-energy, and turns out to be equal ... More

Scalar bosons in Minimal and Ultraminimal Technicolor: Masses, trilinear couplings and widthsDec 05 2009May 04 2010We compute masses, trilinear self-couplings and decay widths into weak bosons of the scalar composite bosons in the case of the Minimal and Ultraminimal technicolor models. The masses, computed via the Bethe-Salpeter equation, turn out to be light and ... More

Graph homology: Koszul and Verdier dualityFeb 12 2007We show that Verdier duality for certain sheaves on the moduli spaces of graphs associated to Koszul operads corresponds to Koszul duality of operads. This in particular gives a conceptual explanation of the appearance of graph cohomology of both the ... More

Topological response in Weyl semimetals and the chiral anomalyJun 08 2012Sep 25 2012We demonstrate that topological transport phenomena, characteristic of Weyl semimetals, namely the semi-quantized anomalous Hall effect and the chiral magnetic effect (equilibrium magnetic-field-driven current), may be thought of as two distinct manifestations ... More

Curved space resolution of singularity of fractional D3-branes on conifoldNov 01 2001We construct a supergravity dual to the cascading $SU(N+M) x SU(N)$ supersymmetric gauge theory (related to fractional D3-branes on conifold according to Klebanov et al) in the case when the 3-space is compactified on $S^3$ and in the phase with unbroken ... More

Schwinger-Dyson approach and its application to generate a light composite scalarJan 15 2016Feb 24 2016We discuss the possibility of generating a light composite scalar boson, in a scenario that we may generically call Technicolor, or in any variation of a strongly interacting theory, where by light we mean a scalar composite mass about one order of magnitude ... More

Dynamical gluon mass corrections in heavy quarkonia decaysApr 26 2000Using the expression of the dynamical gluon mass obtained through the operator product expansion we discuss the relevance of gluon mass effects in the decays V -> hadrons (V = J/Psi, Upsilon). Relativistic and radiative corrections are also introduced ... More

Semiclassical rigid strings with two spins in AdS_5Nov 12 2009Semiclassical spinning string states in AdS_5 are, in general, characterised by the three SO(2,4) conserved charges: the energy E and the two spins S_1 and S_2. We discuss several examples of explicit classical solutions for rigid closed strings of (bended) ... More

Search for excited electrons through $γγ$ scatteringAug 10 2012We study the potential of $\gamma \gamma$ option of future high energy linear $e^{+}e^{-}$ colliders to search for excited electrons with spin-1/2. We calculate single production cross sections, give the angular distributions and $f-m^*$ contour plots ... More

A study of spectra of Cyg X-3 observed by BeppoSAXDec 22 2004Jan 10 2005We model the ~1-200 keV spectra of Cygnus X-3 observed by BeppoSAX. The continuum, modeled by Comptonization in a hybrid plasma, is modified by the strongly ionized plasma of the stellar wind of the Wolf-Rayet companion star. Discrete absorption and emission ... More

Quantum Corrections to Bekenstein-Hawking Black Hole Entropy and Gravity Partition FunctionsApr 25 2013Algebraic aspects of the computation of partition functions for quantum gravity and black holes in $AdS_3$ are discussed. We compute the sub-leading quantum corrections to the Bekenstein-Hawking entropy. It is shown that the quantum corrections to the ... More

Chiral expansion of nucleon PDF at $x\sim m_π/M_N$Nov 14 2013Based on the chiral perturbation theory, we investigate the low-energy dynamics of nucleon parton distributions. We show that in different regions of the momentum fraction $x$ the chiral expansion is significantly different. For nucleon parton distributions ... More

Can Electro-Weak $\h$-Term be Observable ?May 14 1993We rederive and discuss the result of the previous paper that in the standard model $\theta$-term related to $W$-boson field can not be induced by weak instantons. This follows from the existence of the fermion zero mode in the instanton field even when ... More

Gravitation Field Dynamics in Jeans TheoryFeb 02 2016Closed system of time equations for nonrelativistic gravitation field and hydrodynamic medium was obtained by taking into account binary correlations of the field, which is the generalization of Jeans theory. Distribution function of the systemwas built ... More

Matrix Model on Z-OrbifoldMar 24 2002Dec 26 2002Six dimensional compactification of the type IIA matrix model on the ${\bf Z}$-orbifold is studied. Introducing a ${\bf Z}_{3}$ symmetry properly on the three mirror images of fields in the $N$-body system of the supersymmetric D0 particles, the action ... More

Uniform semiglobal practical asymptotic stability for non-autonomous cascaded systems and applicationsMar 02 2005Feb 01 2006It is due to the modularity of the analysis that results for cascaded systems have proved their utility in numerous control applications as well as in the development of general control techniques based on ``adding integrators''. Nevertheless, the standing ... More

The Asymptotics of the Correlations Functions in $(1+1)d$ Quantum Field Theory From Finite Size Effects in Conformal TheoriesJan 08 1992Using the finite-size effects the scaling dimensions and correlation functions of the main operators in continuous and lattice models of 1d spinless Bose-gas with pairwise interaction of rather general form are obtained. The long-wave properties of these ... More

Frustrated trimer chain model and Cu3Cl6(H2O)2 2H8C4SO2 in a magnetic fieldMay 24 2000May 08 2001Recent magnetization and susceptibility measurements on Cu3Cl6(H2O)2 2H8C4SO2 by Ishii et.al. [J. Phys. Soc. Jpn. 69, 340 (2000)] have demonstrated the existence of a spin gap. In order to explain the opening of a spin gap in this copper-trimer system, ... More

Two-Loop Corrections to Bhabha ScatteringJan 14 2005Jul 04 2005The two-loop radiative photonic corrections to the Bhabha scattering are computed in the leading order of the small electron mass expansion up to nonlogarithmic term. After including the soft photon bremsstrahlung we obtain the infrared finite result ... More

Instantons and Non-Perturbative Dynamics of N=2 Supersymmetric Abelian Gauge Theories in Two DimensionsOct 29 1997Jun 19 1998We study N=2 supersymmetric Abelian gauge model with the Fayet-Iliopoulos term and an arbitrary number of chiral matter multiplets in two dimensions. By analyzing the instanton contribution we compute the non-perturbative corrections to the mass spectrum ... More

Two-Loop Photonic Corrections to Massive Bhabha ScatteringAug 11 2005Nov 28 2005We describe the details of the evaluation of the two-loop radiative photonic corrections to Bhabha scattering. The role of the corrections in the high-precision luminosity determination at present and future electron-positron colliders is discussed.

Top quark threshold production in $γγ$ collisions: current theoretical issuesSep 29 2000The top quark-antiquark pair threshold production at future High Energy Photon Colliders is considered in view of the recent advances in the theoretical description of the nonrelativistic heavy quark dynamics.

The Synthetic-Oversampling Method: Using Photometric Colors to Discover Extremely Metal-Poor StarsMay 07 2015Extremely metal-poor (EMP) stars ([Fe/H] < -3.0 dex) provide a unique window into understanding the first generation of stars and early chemical enrichment of the Universe. EMP stars are exceptionally rare, however, and the relatively small number of ... More

Exact unitary transformation for Rashba rings in magnetic and electric fieldsDec 25 2015Jan 05 2016An exact solution for single electron states on mezoscopic rings with the Rashba coupling and in the presence of external magnetic and electric fields is derived by means of a unitary transformation. The transformation maps the model to a bare ring, which ... More

Stochastic Inflation: New ResultsJun 14 1994This is an old article which has never been posted for public use and which only appeard in a relatively hard-to-get Proceedings of the Sakharov Conference in Moscow (May, 1991). The subject of this article has received a lot of attention in last two ... More

Logarithmic Potential Model of Quigg and Rosner as a Generalization of Naive Quark ModelJun 26 2000Exploiting the explicit mass formulae for logarithmic potential model of Quigg and Rosner it is shown that at least on the level of mass-relations this model reproduces the naive quark model relations and generalizes the last one in case of highly non-trivial ... More

Global anomaly and a family of structures on fold product of complex two-cyclesOct 27 2009We propose a new set of IIB type and eleven-dimensional supergravity solutions which consists of the $n$-fold product of two-spaces ${\bf H}^n/\Gamma$ (where ${\bf H}^n$ denotes the product of $n$ upper half-planes $H^2$ equipped with the co-compact action ... More

Universal Racah matrices and adjoint knot polynomials. I. Arborescent knotsNov 29 2015By now it is well established that the quantum dimensions of descendants of the adjoint representation can be described in a universal form, independent of a particular family of simple Lie algebras. The Rosso-Jones formula then implies a universal description ... More

Proving AGT relations in the large-c limitSep 18 2009In the limit of large central charge $c$ the 4-point Virasoro conformal block becomes a hypergeometric function. It is represented by a sum of chiral Nekrasov functions, which can also be explicitly evaluated. In this way the known proof of the AGT relation ... More

The Power of Nekrasov FunctionsAug 15 2009The recent AGT suggestion to use the set of Nekrasov functions as a basis for a linear decomposition of generic conformal blocks works very well not only in the case of Virasoro symmetry, but also for conformal theories with extended chiral algebra. This ... More

p,q-Duality and Hamiltonian Flows in the Space of Integrable Systems or Integrable Systems as Canonical Transforms of the Free OnesJul 12 2001Jan 09 2002Variation of coupling constants of integrable system can be considered as canonical transformation or, infinitesimally, a Hamiltonian flow in the space of such systems. Any function $T(\vec p, \vec q)$ generates a one-parametric family of integrable systems ... More

On Renormalization Group in Abstract QFTMay 30 2000The basics of RG equations for generic partition functions are briefly reviewed, keeping in mind an application to the Polyakov-de Boer-Verlindes description of the holomorphic RG flow.

Structure of Stationary Strong Imbalanced TurbulenceApr 16 2009Jul 16 2009In this paper we systematically study the spectrum and structure of incompressible MHD turbulence by means of high resolution direct numerical simulations. We considered both balanced and imbalanced (cross-helical) cases and simulated sub-Alfvenic as ... More

Turbulence Spectra from Doppler-broadened Spectral Lines: Tests of the Velocity Channel Analysis and Velocity Coordinate Spectrum TechniquesNov 05 2008Nov 07 2008Turbulent motions induce Doppler shifts of observable emission and absorption lines motivating studies of turbulence using precision spectroscopy. We provide the numerical testing of the two most promising techniques, Velocity Channel Analysis (VCA) and ... More

Bicrossproduct construction versus Weyl-Heisenberg algebraApr 26 2012We are focused on detailed analysis of the Weyl-Heisenberg algebra in the framework of bicrossproduct construction. We argue that however it is not possible to introduce full bialgebra structure in this case, it is possible to introduce non-counital bialgebra ... More

Manifestation of marginal Fermi liquid and phonon excitations in photoemision experiments of cuprate superconductorsOct 19 2001Recent ARPES experiments in cuprates superconductors show a kink in the electron dispersion near the Fermi energy. This kink coexists with a linear frequency dependence of the imaginary part of the electron self-energy. In this paper we show that both ... More

Coarsening versus pattern formationJan 22 2015Mar 13 2015It is known that similar physical systems can reveal two quite different ways of behavior, either coarsening, which creates a uniform state or a large-scale structure, or formation of ordered or disordered patterns, which are never homogenized. We present ... More

Magnetic levitation induced by negative permeabilityJan 04 2011In this paper we study the interaction between a point magnetic dipole and a semi-infinite metamaterial using the method of images. We obtain analytical expressions for the levitation force for an arbitrarily oriented dipole. Surprisingly the maximal ... More

On semiclassical approximation and spinning string vertex operators in AdS_5 x S^5Apr 16 2003Apr 26 2003Following earlier work by Polyakov and Gubser, Klebanov and Polyakov, we attempt to clarify the structure of vertex operators representing string states which have large (``semiclassical'') values of AdS energy (equal to 4-d dimension \Delta) and angular ... More

R^4 terms in 11 dimensions and conformal anomaly of (2,0) theoryMay 08 2000Mar 30 2005Using AdS_7/CFT_6 correspondence we discuss computation of a subleading O(N) term in the scale anomaly of (2,0) theory describing N coincident M5 branes. While the leading O(N^3) contribution to the anomaly is determined by the supergravity action, the ... More

On non-abelian generalisation of Born-Infeld action in string theoryJan 23 1997Jan 29 1997We show that the part of the tree-level open string effective action for the non-abelian vector field which depends on the field strength but not on its covariant derivatives, is given by the symmetrised trace of the direct non-abelian generalisation ... More

On the structure of composite black p-brane configurations and related black holesNov 14 1996Jan 14 1997We comment on the structure of intersecting black p-brane solutions in string theory explaining how known solutions can be obtained from Schwarzschild solution simply by sequences of boosts and dualities. This implies, in particular, that dimensional ... More

Self-duality of Born-Infeld action and Dirichlet 3-brane of type IIB superstring theoryFeb 13 1996Mar 28 1996D-brane actions depend on a world-volume abelian vector field and are described by Born-Infeld-type actions. We consider the vector field duality transformations of these actions. Like the usual 2d scalar duality rotations of isometric string coordinates ... More

Black holes and exact solutions in string theoryOct 03 1994We review some recent results about exact classical solutions in string theory. In particular, we consider four dimensional extremal electric black holes which are related via dimensional reduction to the exact five dimensional fundamental string solutions. ... More

On `rolling moduli' solutions in string cosmologyMay 01 1994Given a static string solution with some free constant parameters (`moduli') it may be possible to construct a time-dependent solution by just replacing the moduli by some functions of time. We present several examples when such `rolling moduli' ansatz ... More

Magnetic backgrounds and tachyonic instabilities in closed string theoryAug 20 2001Aug 29 2001We discuss some aspects of closed superstrings in Melvin-type magnetic backgrounds. A 2-parameter family of such NS-NS backgrounds are exactly solvable as weakly coupled string models with the spectrum containing tachyonic modes. Magnetic field allows ... More

Type IIB instanton as a wave in twelve dimensionsDec 15 1996Dec 19 19960-brane of type IIA string theory can be interpreted as a dimensional reduction of a gravitational wave in 11 dimensions. We observe that a similar interpretation applies also to the D-instanton background of type IIB theory: it can be viewed as a reduction ... More

Melvin solution in string theoryNov 27 1994Dec 13 1994We identify a string theory counterpart of the dilatonic Melvin D=4 background describing a "magnetic flux tube" in low-energy field theory limit. The corresponding D=5 bosonic string model containing extra compact Kaluza-Klein dimension is a direct product ... More

Two-dimensional conformal sigma models and exact string solutionsMar 09 1993We discuss two classes of exact (in $\a'$) string solutions described by conformal sigma models. They can be viewed as two possibilities of constructing a conformal model out of the non-conformal one based on the metric of a $D$-dimensional homogeneous ... More

Conformal sigma models corresponding to gauged Wess-Zumino-Witten theoriesFeb 18 1993Apr 30 1993We develop a field-theoretical approach to determination of the background target space fields corresponding to general $G/H$ coset conformal theories described by gauged WZW models. The basic idea is to identify the effective action of a gauged WZW theory ... More

A class of finite two - dimensional sigma models and string vacuaMay 18 1992May 22 1992We consider a two - dimensional Minkowski signature sigma model with a $2+N$ - dimensional target space metric having a null Killing vector. It is shown that the model is finite to all orders of the loop expansion if the dependence of the ``transverse" ... More

Stochastic anomaly and large Reynolds number limit in hydrodynamic turbulence modelsAug 16 2015Oct 26 2015In this work we address the open problem of high Reynolds number limit in hydrodynamic turbulence, which we modify by considering a vanishing random (instead of deterministic) viscosity. In this formulation, a small-scale noise propagates to large scales ... More

Introductory Lectures on String TheoryAug 05 2008Sep 29 2009We give an elementary introduction to classical and quantum bosonic string theory.

Fermi-Bose duality via extra dimensionDec 14 1995Representation of a $D$-dimensional fermion determinant as a path integral of exponent of a $(D+1)$-dimensional Hermitean bosonic action is constructed.

A local gauge invariant infrared regularization of the Yang-Mills theoryMay 02 2007A local gauge invariant infrared regularization for the Yang-Mills theory is constructed on the basis of a higher derivative formulation of the model.

Phase of a chiral determinant and global SU(2) anomalyJul 17 1997A representation for the phase of a chiral determinant in terms of a path integral of a local action is constructed. This representation is used to modify the action of chiral SU(2) fermions removing the global anomaly.

Bosonized Formulation of Lattice QCDNov 20 1996Problems in lattice gauge models with fermions are discussed. A new bosonic Hermitean effective action for lattice QCD with dynamical quarks is presented. In distinction of the previous version, it does not include constraints and is better suited for ... More

Improved Algorithm for Bosonized Fermion DeterminantMay 07 1996Following the line of \cite{AS} we propose an improved algorithm which allows to calculate a D-dimensional fermion determinant integrating the exponent of D+1 dimensional Hermitean bosonic action. For a finite extra dimension the corrections decrease ... More

Center of quantum group in roots of unity and the restriction of integrable modelsMay 23 2003Jul 14 2003We show the connection between the extended center of the quantum group in roots of unity and the restriction of the $XXZ$ model. We also give explicit expressions for operators that respect the restriction and act on the state space of the restricted ... More

Isocurvature perturbations in the Ekpyrotic universeMay 02 2002Nov 14 2002The Ekpyrotic scenario assumes that our visible Universe is a boundary brane in a five-dimensional bulk and that the hot Big Bang occurs when a nearly supersymmetric five-brane travelling along the fifth dimension collides with our visible brane. We show ... More

A canonical approach to S-duality in Abelian gauge theoryAug 29 1995We examine the electric-magnetic duality for a U(1) gauge theory on a general 4-manifold. The partition function for such a theory transforms as a modular form of specific weight. However, in the canonical approach, we show that S-duality, like T-duality, ... More

Operator Product Expansion of Inflationary Correlators and Conformal Symmetry of de SitterMay 07 2012We study the multifield inflationary models where the cosmological perturbation is sourced by light scalar fields other than the inflaton. The corresponding perturbations are both scale invariant and special conformally invariant. We exploit the operator ... More

RG-Whitham dynamics and complex Hamiltonian systemsAug 02 2014Apr 07 2015Inspired by the Seiberg-Witten exact solution, we consider some aspects of the Hamiltonian dynamics with the complexified phase space focusing at the renormalization group(RG)-like Whitham behavior. We show that at the Argyres-Douglas(AD) point the number ... More

Chiral anomaly and transport in Weyl metalsFeb 26 2015We present an overview of our recent work on transport phenomena in Weyl metals, which may be connected to their nontrivial topological properties, particularly to chiral anomaly. We argue that there are two basic phenomena, which are related to chiral ... More

High-energy single diffractive dissociation of nucleons and the 3P-model applicability rangeNov 30 2015Jul 17 2016The adequacy of the triple-Pomeron interaction approximation (the 3P-model) for description of the high-energy single diffractive dissociation of nucleons is analyzed via application to the available experimental data on nucleon-nucleon scattering, including ... More

QCD and nuclear physics. How to explain the coincidence between the action radius of nuclear forces and the characteristic scale of the neutron-neutron electrostatic interaction?Oct 30 2014Dec 03 2015An attempt is made to interpret, in the framework of QCD, the likeness between the shapes of the neutron-neutron strong and electrostatic interactions at the distances $\sim 1\div 3$ fm.

The hard pomeron intercept and the data on the proton unpolarized structure functionMay 15 2013Mar 29 2014It is demonstrated that the hard pomeron intercept value can be estimated directly from the data on the proton unpolarized structure function: $\alpha_{\rm P}^h(0)-1=0.317\pm 0.028$.

Intercepts of meson Regge trajectories in SU($N_c$) quantum chromodynamics with massless quarksDec 09 2009Mar 09 2010By means of solving the Bethe-Salpeter equation with the minimal perturbative kernel (ladder approximation) in the arbitrary covariant gauge, there was found a series of intercepts of meson Regge trajectories associated with colorless singularities of ... More

Supersymmetric Lorentz invariant deformations of superspacesDec 30 2005Lorentz invariant supersymmetric deformations of superspaces based on Moyal star product parametrized by Majorana spinor $\lambda_{a}$ and Ramond grassmannian vector $\psi_{m}=-{1\over 2}(\bar\theta\gamma_{m}\lambda)$ in the spinor realization \cite{VZ} ... More

Lorentz invariant supersymmetric mechanism for non(anti)commutative deformations of space-time geometryJun 15 2005Jun 19 2005A supersymmetric Lorentz invariant mechanism for superspace deformations is proposed. It is based on an extension of superspace by one $\lambda_{a}$ or several Majorana spinors associated with the Penrose twistor picture. Some examples of Lorentz invariant ... More

Branes as solutions of gauge theories in gravitational fieldJul 26 2013Sep 21 2014The idea of the Gauss map is unified with the concept of branes as hypersurfaces embedded into $D$-dimensional Minkowski space. The map introduces new generalized coordinates of branes alternative to their world vectors $\mathbf{x}$ and identified with ... More

The $θ$-twistor versus the supertwistorDec 02 2006We introduce the $\theta$-twistor which is a new supersymmetric generalization of the Penrose twistor and is also alternative to the supertwistor. The $\theta$-twistor is a triple of {\it spinors} including the spinor $\theta$ extending the Penrose's ... More

3D Spherical Analysis of Baryon Acoustic OscillationsDec 14 2011Jan 18 2012Baryon Acoustic Oscillations (BAOs) are oscillatory features in the galaxy power spectrum and are a standard rod to measure the cosmological expansion. These have been studied in Cartesian space (Fourier or real space) or in Spherical Harmonic (SH) space ... More

Evolution of the dust mass loss with luminosity along the giant branch of the globular cluster 47 TucMay 02 2001The paper investigates the properties of the dust mass loss in stars populating the giant branch of the globular cluster 47 Tuc, by combining ISOCAM and DENIS data. Raster maps of 5 fields covering areas ranging from 4 x 4 to 15 x 15 arcmin2 at different ... More

Role of interference and entanglement in quantum neural processingDec 14 2001Dec 23 2001The role of interference and entanglement in quantum neural processing is discussed. It is argued that on contrast to the quantum computing the problem of the use of exponential resources as the payment for the absense of entanglement does not exist for ... More

Atmospheric coherence times in interferometry: definition and measurementOct 06 2006Current and future ground-based interferometers require knowledge of the atmospheric time constant t_0, but this parameter has diverse definitions. Moreover, adequate techniques for monitoring t_0 still have to be implemented. We derive a new formula ... More

Open heavy flavor production at RHICFeb 16 2007The study of heavy flavor production in relativistic heavy ion collisions is an extreme experimental challenge but provides important information on the properties of the Quark-Gluon Plasma (QGP) created in Au+Au collisions at RHIC. Heavy-quarks are believed ... More

Back-action noise in strongly interacting systems: the dc SQUID and the interacting quantum point-contactJul 09 2005We study the back-action noise and measurement efficiency (i.e. noise temperature) of a dc SQUID amplifier, and equivalently, a quantum point contact detector formed in a Luttinger liquid. Using a mapping to a dissipative tight-binding model, we show ... More

Photoemission Quasi-Particle Spectra of Sr$_2$RuO$_4$Sep 29 1999Multi-band quasi-particle calculations based on perturbation theory and dynamical mean field methods show that the creation of a photoemission hole state in Sr$_2$RuO$_4$ is associated with a highly anisotropic self-energy. Since the narrow Ru-derived ... More

Fundamental limitations in advanced LC schemesNov 25 2014Fundamental limitations in accelerator gradient, emittance, alignment and polarization in acceleration schemes are considered in application for novel schemes of acceleration, including laser-plasma and structure-based schemes. Problems for each method ... More