Centre for Cosmology, Particle Physics and Phenomenology

Louvain-La-Neuve

 
theory
 
 

The UCL Centre for Cosmology, Particle Physics and Phenomenology (CP3) hosts research on high energy particle physics, cosmology, phenomenology and theory of the fundamental interactions. It is strong on both the experimental and theoretical fronts. The aim of the Centre is to bring together researchers in these scientific fields and to encourage collaboration.

CP3 - Agenda

Upcoming events

A new paradigm for particle cosmology
Wednesday 10th June, 4:15 pm
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MadGraph Remote Meeting
Wednesday 24th June, 9:00 am
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To be announced
Wednesday 1st July, 4:15 pm
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CP3 - Preprints

Latest preprints

Schwinger effect and false vacuum decay as quantum-mechanical tunneling of a relativistic particle
Wen-Yuan Ai and Marco Drewes
Refereed paper. May 26.

Towards portable muography with small-area, gas-tight glass Resistive Plate Chambers
S. Basnet, E. Cortina Gil, P. Demin, R.M.I.D. Gamage, A. Giammanco, M. Moussawi, M. Tytgat, S. Wuyckens
[Abstract] [PDF]
Proceedings of the XV Workshop on Resistive Plate Chambers and Related Detectors
Contribution to proceedings. May 21.

Light and Darkness: consistently coupling dark matter to photons via effective operators
Chiara Arina, Andrew Cheek, Ken Mimasu and Luca Pagani
Refereed paper. May 20.