DEMA allows to simulate dynamically change energy market futures including electric and non-electric energy needs and the competition between various energy transformation technologies from primary energy until energy services. DEMA is a system dynamics based model allowing to project the driving factors defining the energy system development and deployment scenarios and resulting into energy system […]. NucInfo is a comprehensive global database of nuclear energy system data, with an interactive data visualisation front-end to enable rapid data analysis and presentation. It allows users to review the past, present and future of nuclear energy systems globally, country-by-country, and utility-by-utility.
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Since the LHC first began colliding protons over ten years ago, CMS physicists have hoped to find evidence for one of the most popular and expansive theories of New Physics -- Supersymmetry. Supersymmetry predicts Higgs bosons with a light mass, and the boson discovered in fits that prediction. The existence of Supersymmetry also implies an interesting connection to dark matter: the invisible, unexplained form of matter inferred by a wealth of astrophysical measurements. Because the supersymmetric particles can decay only to other supersymmetric particles, the lightest particle should be stable, and perhaps the dark matter particle. Experimental searches are refined to tackle the most challenging scenarios, where SUSY might still lie undetected. In this case, nearly all of the energy released in the decay of the heavier particles is converted to the mass of the lightest SUSY particle. Hardly any energy remains for the only decay products visible to the CMS detector: the leptons and the jets.
The Poorvu Center works with the campus community to initiate change and explore new technologies that improve the teaching and learning landscape at Yale. Multiple groups on-campus work to identify, test, and implement these technology solutions. Below is information about current pilots.
Navigation Toggle navigation. Read More. Developing the next generation of 3D imaging — enabling scientists to look further into objects of all kinds. Studying how to secure computational environments in the presence of strong adversaries where we formally model security guarantees such as privacy, integrity, correctness, and more. Investigating how cryptologic methods can contribute to solving security issues, for example through encryption, digital signatures and secure computation.