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Nuclear and Particle Physics Seminar - Dr. Nilay Bostan

Monday, December 6, 2021 2:30pm to 3:20pm
Virtual
Hadron production measurements for neutrino physics Dr. Nilay Bostan; University of Notre Dame, on behalf of NA61/SHINE and EMPHATIC experiments The determination of the accurate neutrino flux is very important for the accelerator-based neutrino experiments to understand the neutrino interactions and neutrino oscillation measurements. In these experiments, highly energetic (120 GeV) protons interact with a nuclear target to produce mesons, predominantly pions, and kaons that decay to a…
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Plasma Physics Seminar - Mr. Vitaliy Zhuravlyov

Monday, December 6, 2021 3:30pm to 4:20pm
Virtual
Static Structure Factor S(k) in a Dusty Plasma Experiment Mr. Vitaliy Zhuravlyov Abstract: The static structure factor S(k), like a diffraction pattern, is an inverse measure of the arrangement of atoms, or particles in a plasma. Among other things, S(k) reflects thermal variations of number density. For this purpose, we use a ratio H, the hyperuniformity index. Using data from experiment and simulation, I will show that our dusty plasma can achieve the smallest value of H in the literature…
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Astrophysics/Space Physics Seminar - Riley Troyer

Wednesday, December 8, 2021 3:30pm to 4:20pm
Virtual
Measuring the energetic nature of pulsating aurora and its link to auroral substorms Riley Troyer; University of Iowa
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