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    • Colossal reversible barocaloric effects in a plastic crystal mediated by lattice vibrations and ion diffusion 

      Zeng, Ming; Escorihuela Sayalero, Carlos; Ikeshoji, Tamio; Takagi, Shigeyuki; Kim, Sangryun; Orimo, Shin-ichi; Barrio Casado, María del; Tamarit Mur, José Luis; Lloveras Muntané, Pol Marcel; Cazorla Silva, Claudio; Sau, Kartik (John Wiley & sons, 2024-05-05)
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      Solid-state methods for cooling and heating promise a sustainable alternative to current compression cycles of greenhouse gases and inefficient fuel-burning heaters. Barocaloric effects (BCE) driven by hydrostatic pressure ...
    • Synthetic dimensions for topological and quantum phases 

      Argüello Luengo, Javier; Bhattacharya, Utso; Celi, Alessio; Chhajlany, Ravindra W.; Grass, Tobias Daniel; Plodzien, Marcin; Rakshit, Debraj; Salamon, Tymoteusz Piotr; Stornati, Paolo; Tarruell, Leticia; Lewenstein, Maciej (Springer, 2024-05-04)
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      The concept of synthetic dimensions works particularly well in atomic physics, quantum optics, and photonics, where the internal degrees of freedom (Zeeman sublevels of the ground state, metastable excited states, or ...
    • Parametric analysis of the flow past a square cylinder in the interface of two different-velocity streams 

      Elmansy, Reda Mohamed Yousyf Abdallah; Bergadà Granyó, Josep Maria; Sarwar, Wasim; Mellibovsky Elstein, Fernando (2024-05-13)
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      We address the linear stability of the two-dimensional incompressible flow past a square cylinder immersed in the wake of an upstream splitter plate, which separates two streams of different velocities, UT (top) and UB ...
    • Prediction and understanding of barocaloric effects in orientationally disordered materials from molecular dynamics simulations 

      Escorihuela Sayalero, Carlos; Pardo Soto, Luis Carlos; Romanini, Michela; Obrecht, Nicolas; Loehlé, Sophie; Lloveras Muntané, Pol Marcel; Tamarit Mur, José Luis; Cazorla Silva, Claudio (Springer, 2024-01-13)
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      Due to its high energy efficiency and environmental friendliness, solid-state cooling based on the barocaloric (BC) effect represents a promising alternative to traditional refrigeration technologies relying on greenhouse ...
    • Spanish research related to SMRs projects 

      Queral Salazar, José César; Redondo Valero, Elena; Sanchez Torrijos, Jorge; Jimenez Varas, Gonzalo; Larriba del Apio, Samantha; Cuervo Gomez, Diana; Cabellos de Francisco, Oscar Luis; Durán Vinuesa, Luis Felipe; Herranz Puebla, Luis Enrique; García Bravo, María; Martínez Quiroga, Víctor Manuel; Freixa Terradas, Jordi (Elsevier, 2024-02-01)
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      Small modular reactors (SMRs) are advanced nuclear reactors with a power capacity of up to 300 MW(e) per unit. SMRs encompass a variety of reactor technologies including light water reactors, high temperature gas reactors, ...
    • Country-report pattern corrections of new cases allow accurate 2-week predictions of COVID-19 evolution with the Gompertz model 

      Villanueva Baxarias, Maria Inmaculada; Conesa Ortega, David; Català Sabaté, Martí; Perramon Malavez, Aida; López de Rioja, Víctor; López Codina, Daniel; Alonso Muñoz, Sergio; Cardona Iglesias, Pere Joan; Prats Soler, Clara; Álvarez Lacalle, Enrique; López Cano, M. Cayetana; Molinuevo Gómez, Daniel; Montañola Sales, Cristina (Springer, 2024-05-11)
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      Accurate short-term predictions of COVID-19 cases with empirical models allow Health Officials to prepare for hospital contingencies in a two–three week window given the delay between case reporting and the admission of ...
    • Pushing the high count rate limits of scintillation detectors for challenging neutron-capture experiments 

      Balibrea Correa, Javier; Lerendegui Marco, Jorge; Babiano Suárez, Víctor; Domingo Pardo, César; Ladarescu, Ion; Tarifeño Saldivia, Ariel; Fuente Rosales, Gabriel de la; Alcayne Aicua, Víctor; Cano Ott, Daniel; González Romero, Enrique Miguel; Casanovas Hoste, Adrià; Calviño Tavares, Francisco; Cortés Rossell, Guillem Pere (Elsevier, 2024-04-25)
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      One of the critical aspects for the accurate determination of neutron capture cross sections when combining time-of-flight and total energy detector techniques is the characterization and control of systematic uncertainties ...
    • Inferring the connectivity of coupled oscillators from event timing analysis 

      Aristides, Raul de Palma; Cerdeira, Hilda; Masoller Alonso, Cristina; Tirabassi, Giulio (Elsevier, 2024-05)
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      Understanding the coupling structure of interacting systems is an important open problem, and many methods have been proposed to reconstruct a network from observed data. Most require continuous observation of the nodes’ ...
    • The impact and mitigation of broad-absorption-line quasars in Lyman a forest correlations 

      Pérez Ràfols, Ignasi (Oxford University Press, 2022-02-21)
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      Correlations in and with the flux transmission of the Lyman¿a (Ly¿a) forest in the spectra of high-redshift quasars are powerful cosmological tools, yet these measurements can be compromised if the intrinsic quasar continuum ...
    • Forecasts for WEAVE-QSO: 3D clustering of critical points with Lyman-alpha tomography 

      Codis, Sebastien; Pérez Ràfols, Ignasi (Oxford University Press, 2022-06-10)
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      The upcoming WEAVE-QSO survey will target a high density of quasars over a large area, enabling the reconstruction of the 3D density field through Lyman-a (Ly-a) tomography over unprecedented volumes smoothed on intermediate ...
    • The miniJPAS survey quasar selection – II. Machine learning classification with photometric measurements and uncertainties 

      Pérez Ràfols, Ignasi; Cenarro Lagunas, Andrés Javier; Ederoclite, A; Moles Villamate, Mariano (Oxford University Press, 2023-02-15)
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      Astrophysical surveys rely heavily on the classification of sources as stars, galaxies, or quasars from multiband photometry. Surveys in narrow-band filters allow for greater discriminatory power, but the variety of different ...
    • The miniJPAS survey quasar selection – I. Mock catalogues for classification 

      Pérez Ràfols, Ignasi; Ederoclite, A; Moles Villamate, Mariano (Oxford University Press, 2023-02-15)
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      In this series of papers, we employ several machine learning (ML) methods to classify the point-like sources from the miniJPAS catalogue, and identify quasar candidates. Since no representative sample of spectroscopically ...