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  1. Search for higgsinos decaying to two Higgs bosons and missing transverse momentum in proton-proton collisions at root s=13 TeV 

    Tumasyan, A.; Adam, W.; Andrejkovic, J. W.; et al. (2022)
    Journal of High Energy Physics
    Results are presented from a search for physics beyond the standard model in proton-proton collisions at root s = 13 TeV in channels with two Higgs bosons, each decaying via the process H -> b (b) over bar, and large missing transverse momentum. The search uses a data sample corresponding to an integrated luminosity of 137fb(-1) collected by the CMS experiment at the CERN LHC. The search is motivated by models of supersymmetry that predict ...
    Journal Article
  2. Growth trajectories of intrinsic value beliefs in mathematics and French: Relations with career orientations 

    Costache, Oana; Edelsbrunner, Peter A.; Becker, Eva S.; et al. (2022)
    Zeitschrift für Erziehungswissenschaften
    This longitudinal study investigated different trajectories in the development of intrinsic value beliefs in the subjects Mathematics and French in Grades 9 to 11 and their correlations with career aspirations. Using data from 850 students from German-Swiss high schools (54% female, age T1: 15.6 years), five distinct growth classes were identified in a bivariate growth model. Two of these classes showed clear differentiation between ...
    Journal Article
  3. Machine perfusion in liver transplantation 

    Da Silva, Richard X. Sousa; Weber, Achim; Dutkowski, Philipp; et al. (2022)
    Although liver transplantation is a true success story, many patients still die awaiting an organ. The increasing need for liver grafts therefore remains an unsolved challenge to the transplant community. To address this, transplant donor criteria have been expanded and, for example, more liver grafts with significant steatosis or from donors with circulatory death are being used. These marginal grafts, however, carry an increased risk ...
    Review Article
  4. A Dynamic Population Model of Strategic Interaction and Migration under Epidemic Risk 

    Elokda, Ezzat; Bolognani, Saverio; Hota, Ashish R. (2021)
    In this paper, we show how a dynamic population game can model the strategic interaction and migration decisions made by a large population of agents in response to epidemic prevalence. Specifically, we consider a modified susceptible-asymptomatic-infected-recovered (SAIR) epidemic model over multiple zones. Agents choose whether to activate (i.e., interact with others), how many other agents to interact with, and which zone to move to ...
    Conference Paper
  5. <p>Wake characteristics of complex-shaped snow particles: Comparison of numerical simulations with fixed snowflakes to time-resolved particle tracking velocimetry experiments with free-falling analogs</p> 

    Tagliavini, Giorgia; Khan, Majid H.; McCorquodale, Mark; et al. (2022)
    Physics of Fluids
    Experimental and numerical approaches have their own advantages and limitations, in particular, when dealing with complex phenomena such as snow particles falling at moderate Reynolds numbers (Re). Time-resolved, three-dimensional particle tracking velocimetry (4D-PTV) experiments of free-falling, three-dimensional (3D)-printed snowflakes' analogs shed light on the elaborate falling dynamics of irregular snow particles but present a lower ...
    Journal Article

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