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The Articles collection aims to cover as far as possible the published literature in particle physics and its related technologies. The collection starts, comprising only the most important documents in the first decencies, from the mid of the 19th century. The full coverage starts from 1980 onwards. CERN publications are though covered 100% since the foundation of the organisation in 1954. The CERN Annual Report, vol. 3 - List of CERN Publications, is extracted from this dataset.

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Physics with large extra dimensions / Antoniadis, Ignatios (CERN)
A theory with such a mathematical beauty cannot be wrong: this was one of the main arguments in favor of string theory, which unifies all known physical theories of fundamental interactions in a single coherent description of the universe. But no one has ever observed strings, not even indirectly, neither the space of extra dimensions where they live. [...]
2004 - Published in : Pramana - J. Phys. 62 (2004) 163-176
In : 9th International Conference on Particles, Strings and Cosmology, Mumbai, India, 3 - 8 Jan 2003, pp.163

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2018-06-16
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RF pulse shape control in the compact linear collider test facility / Kononenko, Oleksiy (SLAC ; CERN) ; Corsini, Roberto (CERN)
The Compact Linear Collider (CLIC) is a study for an electron–positron machine aiming at accelerating and colliding particles at the next energy frontier. The CLIC concept is based on the novel two-beam acceleration scheme, where a high-current low-energy drive beam generates RF in series of power extraction and transfer structures accelerating the low-current main beam. [...]
2018 - 9 p. - Published in : Nucl. Instrum. Methods Phys. Res., A 897 (2018) 72-80 Fulltext: PDF;

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2018-06-16
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The CREAM-III Calorimeter / Malinin, A (Maryland U.) ; Lee, M H (Maryland U.) ; Ahn, H S (Maryland U.) ; Ganel, O (Maryland U.) ; Han, J H (Maryland U.) ; Jeon, J A (Ewha Women's U., Seoul) ; Kim, C H (Maryland U.) ; Kim, K C (Maryland U.) ; Lutz, L (Maryland U.) ; Nam, S (Ewha Women's U., Seoul) et al.
After successful recovery of the first CREAM (Cosmic Ray Energetics And Mass) instrument during the 2004\/5 Antarctic campaign, the calorimeter was refurbished for the third launch, planned for December 2007. In this CREAM-III calorimeter, the optics were replaced with multi-clad fiber ribbons to enhance the light signal. [...]
2007 - 4 p. - Published in : : 2 (2008) , pp. 409-412 Fulltext: PDF; External link: INDICO
In : 30th International Cosmic Ray Conference, Merida, Mexico, 3 - 11 Jul 2007, pp.409-412

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Elemental Spectra from the CREAM-I Flight / Ahn, Hoseok ; Allison, P S ; Bagliesi, M G ; Beatty, J J ; Bigongiari, G ; Boyle, P J ; Childers, J T ; Conklin, N B ; Coutu, S ; Duvernois, M A et al.
The Cosmic Ray Energetics And Mass (CREAM) instrument is a balloon-borne experiment designed to measure the composition and energy spectra of cosmic rays of charge Z = 1 to 26 up to an energy of ∼1015 eV. CREAM had two successful flights on long-duration balloons (LDB) launched from McMurdo Station, Antarctica, in December 2004 and December 2005. [...]
2007 - 4 p. - Published in : : 2, pp. 63-66 Fulltext: PDF; External link: INDICO
In : 30th International Cosmic Ray Conference, Merida, Mexico, 3 - 11 Jul 2007, pp.63-66

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Measurements of High-Energy Heavy Nuclei with the CREAM-I TRD / Wakely, Scott P (Chicago U.) ; Ahn, H S (Maryland U.) ; Allison, P S (Ohio State U.) ; Bagliesi, M G (U. Siena (main) ; INFN, Siena) ; Beatty, J J (Ohio State U.) ; Bigongiari, G (U. Siena (main) ; INFN, Siena) ; Boyle, P J (Chicago U., EFI) ; Brandt, T J (Ohio State U.) ; Childers, J T (Minnesota U.) ; Conklin, N B (Penn State U.) et al.
The balloon-borne cosmic-ray experiment CREAM-I (Cosmic-Ray Energetics And Mass) completed a successful 42-day flight during the 2004-2005 NASA\/NSF\/NSBF Antarctic expedition. CREAM-I combines an imaging calorimeter with charge detectors and a precision transition radiation detector (TRD). [...]
2007 - 4 p. - Published in : : 2, pp. 187-190 Fulltext: PDF; External link: INDICO
In : 30th International Cosmic Ray Conference, Merida, Mexico, 3 - 11 Jul 2007, pp.187-190

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A New Transition Radiation Detector for the CREAM experiment / Malinin, A (Maryland U.) ; Akhnazarov, V (TRIUMF) ; Angelaszek, D (Maryland U.)
The Cosmic Ray Energetics And Mass (CREAM) experiment is designed to investigate the source, propagation and acceleration mechanism of high energy cosmic-ray nuclei, by directly measuring their energy and charge. Incorporating a Transition Radiation Detector (TRD) provides a model independent energy measurement complementary to the calorimeter, as well as additional track reconstruction capability. [...]
4 p. - Published in : 10.7529/ICRC2011/V06/1223 Fulltext: PDF;
In : 32nd International Cosmic Ray Conference, Beijing, China, 11 - 18 Aug 2011, pp.415

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Calibration of the CREAM calorimeter with beam test data / Han, J H (Maryland U.) ; Ahn, H S (Maryland U.) ; Amare, Y (Maryland U.)
The Cosmic Ray Energetics An d Mass (CREAM) calorimeter (CAL) is designed to measure cosmic-ray elemental energy spectra from 10 12 eV to 10 15 eV. It is comprised of 20 layers of tungsten interleaved with 20 layers of scintillating fiber ribbons. [...]
4 p. - Published in : 10.7529/ICRC2011/V06/1107 Fulltext: PDF;
In : 32nd International Cosmic Ray Conference, Beijing, China, 11 - 18 Aug 2011, pp.399

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CREAM: Results, Implications and Outlook / Seo, Eun-Suk /CREAM
The Cosmic Ray Energetics And Mass (CREAM) balloon-borne experiment has accumulated ∼161 days of exposure during six successful flights over Antarctica. Energy measurements are made with a transition radiation detector and an ionization calorimeter. [...]
9 p. - Published in : 10.7529/ICRC2011/V12/H16 Fulltext: PDF;
In : 32nd International Cosmic Ray Conference, Beijing, China, 11 - 18 Aug 2011, pp.179-187

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CREAM for high energy composition measurements / Seo, E S ; Ahn, H S ; Allison, P S ; Beatty, J J ; Choi, M J ; Conklin, N B ; Coutu, S ; DuVernois, M A ; Ganel, O ; Kim, K C et al.
Ground-based indirect measurements have shown that the cosmic-ray allparticle spectrum extends many orders of magnitude beyond the energy thought possible for supernova acceleration. Our balloon-borne Cosmic Ray Energetics And Mass (CREAM) experiment is capable of extending direct measurements of cosmic-rays to the supernova energy scale of 1015 eV in a series of Ultra Long Duration Balloon (ULDB) flights. [...]
2003 - 4 p. - Published in : , pp. 2101-2104 Fulltext: PDF; External link: C03-07-31
In : 28th International Cosmic Ray Conferences, v.1-7, Tsukuba, Japan, 31 Jul - 7 Aug 2003, pp.2101-2104

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B quark physics: Recent results from UA1 / Gronberg, J B (UCLA) /UA1
1991 - 10 p. - Published in : (1991) , pp. 23-32 Fulltext: PDF;
In : 26th Rencontres de Moriond : Hadronic Session, Les Arcs, France, 17 - 23 Mar 1991, pp.23-32

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