A fully digital approach for MR compatible Time-of-Flight PET techniques
EJNMMI Physics 2014, 1(Suppl 1):A9 (29 July 2014)
Connection of European particle therapy centers and generation of a common particle database system within the European ULICE-framework
Radiation Oncology 2012, 7:115 (24 July 2012)
Phase I/II trial evaluating carbon ion radiotherapy for the treatment of recurrent rectal cancer: the PANDORA-01 trial
BMC Cancer 2012, 12:137 (3 April 2012)
Stochastic backgrounds of relic gravitons: a theoretical appraisal
PMC Physics A 2010, 4:1 (19 February 2010)
Stochastic backgrounds or relic gravitons, if ever detected, will constitute a prima facie evidence of physical processes taking place during the earliest stages of the evolution of the plasma. The essentials of the stochastic backgrounds of relic gravitons are hereby introduced and reviewed.
First evidence of new physics in b ↔ s transitions
PMC Physics A 2009, 3:6 (18 December 2009)
We combine all the available experimental information on Bs mixing, including the very recent tagged analyses of Bs to J/Psi phi by the CDF and D0 collaborations. We find that the phase of the Bs mixing amplitude deviates more than 3 sigma from the Standard Model prediction. This result disfavours New Physics models with Minimal Flavour Violation with the same significance.
Four statements about the fourth generation
PMC Physics A 2009, 3:4 (28 September 2009)
This summary of the Workshop “Beyond the 3-generation SM in the LHC era” presents a brief discussion of the fourth generation.
Study of hadronic event shape in flavour tagged events in e +e - annihilation at = 197 GeV 〈 s 〉
PMC Physics A 2008, 2:6 (8 December 2008)
Results are presented from a study of the structure of hadronic events in high-energy e+e- interactions detected by the L3 detector at LEP. Various event shape distributions and their moments are measured at several energy points at and above the Z-boson mass. A good description of the data is provided by the models.
Semi-analytical approach to magnetized temperature autocorrelations
PMC Physics A 2007, 1:5 (18 October 2007)
Cosmic microwave background temperature autocorrelations, induced by a magnetized adiabatic mode of curvature inhomogeneities, are computed with semi-analytical methods. The implications of this investigation for the origin of large-scale magnetic fields in the Universe are discussed, as are connections with forthcoming experimental observations.
Data-poor categorization and passage retrieval for Gene Ontology Annotation in Swiss-Prot
BMC Bioinformatics 2005, 6(Suppl 1):S23 (24 May 2005)