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ABOUT THESES
The theses collection aims to cover as well as possible all theses in particle physics and its related fields.
The collection starts with the thesis of Feynman, defended in 1942, and covers now alltogether more than 3000 theses. Most of the documents are held as hard copies, theses from later years are available electronically. (Note also that many theses are not physically held by the CERN Library.)

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2014-09-17
07:54
Low Energy Continuum and Lattice Effective Field Theories / Elhatisari, Serdar
In the first part of the thesis we consider the constraints of causality and unitarity for particles interacting via strictly finite-range interactions [...]
arXiv:1409.4048 - 2014. - 201 p.

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2014-09-17
07:53
Conformal symmetries of gravity from asymptotic methods: further developments / Lambert, Pierre-Henry
In this thesis, the symmetry structure of gravitational theories at null infinity is studied further, in the case of pure gravity in four dimensions and also in the case of Einstein-Yang-Mills theory in $d$ dimensions with and without a cosmological constant [...]
arXiv:1409.4693 - 2014. - 144 p.

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2014-09-17
07:52
Non-Equilibrium Aspects of Relic Neutrinos: From Freeze-out to the Present Day / Birrell, Jeremiah
In this dissertation, we study the evolution and properties of the relic (or cosmic) neutrino distribution from neutrino freeze-out at $T=O(1)$ MeV through the free-streaming era up to today, focusing on the deviation of the neutrino spectrum from equilibrium. [...]
arXiv:1409.4500.
- 2014. - 169 p.
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2014-09-16
17:29
The associated production of a Z gauge boson and b-jets at LHC with the ATLAS experiment: first differential cross section measurements / Orlando, Nicola
CERN-THESIS-2014-119 - 227 p.

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2014-09-15
13:58
Searches for lepton number violation, and flavour violation beyond the Yukawa couplings at LHCb / Ciezarek, Gregory
The Standard Model does not describe several phenomena, such as gravity and dark matter, and therefore is an incomplete description of nature [...]
CERN-THESIS-2014-118 - 148 p.

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2014-09-15
07:22
The World Trade Web: A Multiple-Network Perspective / Sgrignoli, Paolo
International Trade (IT) plays a fundamental role in today's economy: by connecting world countries production and consumption processes, it radically contributes in shaping their economy and development path [...]
arXiv:1409.3799 - 2014. - 114 p.


10.6092/imtlucca/e-theses/137
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2014-09-13
08:00
Minijet initial state of heavy-ion collisions from next-to-leading order perturbative QCD / Paatelainen, Risto
The aim of this thesis is to calculate field-theoretically as rigorously as possible the initial state of partonic matter produced in ultrarelativistic heavy-ion collisions at CERN-LHC and BNL-RHIC colliders [...]
arXiv:1409.3508 - 2014.

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2014-09-12
19:11
The associated production of a Z gauge boson and b-jets at LHC with the ATLAS experiment: first differential cross section measurements / Orlando, Nicola
CERN-THESIS-2014-115 - 220 p.

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2014-09-12
17:54
Search for Microscopic Black Holes in Multijet Final States with the ATLAS Detector using 8 TeV Proton-Proton Collisions at the Large Hadron Collider / Saddique, Asif
Microscopic black holes are expected to produce a high multiplicity of Standard Model (SM) particles having large transverse momenta in the final state [...]
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2014-09-12
12:47
The associated production of a Z gauge boson and b-jets at LHC with the ATLAS experiment: first differential cross section measurements / Orlando, Nicola
CERN-THESIS-2014-113 - 220 p.

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