The purpose of this book is to cover all aspects of Bi-2223 superconducting wires from fundamental research, fabrication process to applications. This book contains many chapters written by distinguished experts in the world.
The authors have put forth great efforts in gathering present day knowledge about different objects within our solar system and universe. This book features the most current information on the subject with information acquired from noted scientists in this area. The main objective is to convey the importance of the subject and provide detailed information on the physical makeup of our planetary system and technologies used for research. Information on educational projects has also been included in the Radio Astronomy chapters.This information is a real plus for students and educators considering a career in Planetary Science or for increasing their knowledge about our planetary system
This book is an introduction to the concept of symmetries in electromagnetism and explicit symmetry breaking. It begins with a brief background on the origin of the concept of symmetry and its meaning in fields such as architecture, mathematics and physics. Despite the extensive developments of symmetry in these fields, it has yet to be applied to the context of classical electromagnetism and related engineering applications. This book unravels the beauty and excitement of this area to scientists and engineers.
In Signposts to God particle physicist Peter Bussey introduces readers to the mysteries of modern physics and astronomy. Written in clear, accessible prose, Bussey provides a primer on topics such as the laws of nature, quantum physics, fine-tuning, and current cosmological models. He shows that despite the remarkable achievements of science, the latest research in these fields does not lead to simple physicalism in which physical processes are able to explain everything that exists. Bussey argues that, far from ruling out a divine Creator, modern physics and astronomy present us with compelling signposts to God. The more we know about the cosmos and our presence in it, the more plausible belief in God becomes. We can be intellectually satisfied in both science and the Christian faith. Written by someone who has worked for years in scientific research, Signposts to God is a timely and winsome response to a cultural stalemate.
Fiami présente sa nouvelle BD: Post-scriptum - les vies de Newton (English version: Postscript - the lives of Newton)
Tout le monde connaît le nom de Newton, mais qui était-il?
Avec cet album de 12 pages, Fiami trace un portrait de Newton étonnant.
Nous sommes le 8 avril 1727, Sir Isaac Newton sera bientôt enterré parmi les rois d'Angleterre à la cathédrale de Westminster.
Au milieu du cortège, parmi la foule, les langues se délient et les lois de Newton vacillent.
God save Newton!
Who was Newton?
Everyone has heard of Newton, but who was he ?
In these few pages, Fiami brushes a surprising portrait of Newton.
It is 8 April 1727. Sir Isaac Newton will soon be buried amongst the monarchs of Britain in Westminster Abbey.
In the procession, amongst the crowd, tongues are loose and Newton’s laws are wavering.
God save Newton !
Ce nouvel album vient conclure la série de Fiami sur l’histoire des sciences:
Les vies d’Einstein, Les vies de Galilée et Les vies de Marie Curie qui sont traduits en plusieurs langues et utilisés notamment dans des écoles à travers le monde.
Plus d’info et contact: www.fiami.ch
Written by an award-winning cosmologist, this brand new textbook provides advanced undergraduate and graduate students with coverage of the very latest developments in the observational science of cosmology. The book is separated into three parts; part I covers particle physics and general relativity, part II explores an account of the known history of the universe, and part III studies inflation. Full treatment of the origin of structure, scalar fields, the cosmic microwave background and the early universe are provided. Problems are included in the book with solutions provided in a separate solutions manual. More advanced extension material is offered in the Appendix, ensuring the book is fully accessible to students with a wide variety of background experience.
The first informal contacts between Soviet and CERN scientists probably took place at the Atoms for Peace conference in Geneva in September 1955. Exchange visits between scientists from CERN and the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research (JINR) were suggested in 1957, but there was little progress until N. Bogolubov of JINR raised the subject again on 4 February 1959. CERN’s director-general C. Bakker replied on 5 March that he was, in principle, strongly in favour of the idea, and he began to look into the practicalities. (See their letters here.)
Bakker chaired an informal gathering on International Cooperation in the Field of High Energy Physics Accelerators in September 1959. After more consultation with CERN’s member states he was able to report to Council on 1 December 1959 that "all the delegations were in favour of such exchanges provided they were reciprocal", and the Draft Proposal was approved the following day.
We are excited to announce INSPIRE beta, a sneak peek into the future of INSPIRE! Built on top of a modern and reliable software architecture, INSPIRE beta aims at bringing the best out of the existing INSPIRE features while introducing new ones. The High Energy Physics community’s feedback has always been part of shaping and …