1993 - Fellow of American Physical Society (APS) Citation For definitive measurements of total and elastic hadronic cross sections from MeV to TeV energies, systematic monopole searches and important pedagogic contributions through review articles and lecture courses
His primary scientific interests are in Nuclear physics, Particle physics, Neutrino, Electron–positron annihilation and Detector. Nuclear physics and Scattering are commonly linked in his work. His study on Particle physics is mostly dedicated to connecting different topics, such as Lepton.
G. Giacomelli combines subjects such as Astronomy and Astrophysics with his study of Neutrino. G. Giacomelli interconnects Pair production, Boson, Elementary particle and Branching fraction in the investigation of issues within Electron–positron annihilation. His Detector research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Macro, Data acquisition, Angular resolution, Astroparticle physics and Remote sensing.
G. Giacomelli focuses on Nuclear physics, Particle physics, Electron–positron annihilation, Hadron and Detector. G. Giacomelli regularly ties together related areas like Photon in his Nuclear physics studies. As part of his studies on Particle physics, G. Giacomelli frequently links adjacent subjects like Lepton.
The various areas that G. Giacomelli examines in his Electron–positron annihilation study include Production, Boson, Elementary particle, Pair production and Higgs boson. G. Giacomelli has included themes like Quantum chromodynamics and Annihilation in his Hadron study. His Detector study combines topics in areas such as Ion, Calibration and Macro.
G. Giacomelli mainly focuses on Nuclear physics, Particle physics, Neutrino, Detector and Muon. His studies link Event with Nuclear physics. His Particle physics research includes themes of Beam and Magnetic monopole.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Astronomy and Astrophysics in addition to Neutrino. His research in Detector focuses on subjects like Calibration, which are connected to Photomultiplier. His Muon study which covers Flux that intersects with Range.
His main research concerns Neutrino, Nuclear physics, Particle physics, Detector and Neutrino detector. His research in Neutrino intersects with topics in Astronomy, Optical telescope, Telescope, Astrophysics and Muon. His work deals with themes such as Event and Magnetic monopole, which intersect with Nuclear physics.
In his work, Oscillation and CERN Neutrinos to Gran Sasso is strongly intertwined with Beam, which is a subfield of Particle physics. His Detector research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Data acquisition, Angular resolution, Astroparticle physics, Calibration and Remote sensing. His studies in Neutrino detector integrate themes in fields like Measurements of neutrino speed, Solar neutrino problem, Solar neutrino, Cherenkov radiation and Gamma-ray burst.
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Search for neutral MSSM Higgs bosons at LEP
S. Schael;R. Barate;R. Bruneliére;I. de Bonis.
European Physical Journal C (2006)
Measurement of the atmospheric neutrino-induced upgoing muon flux using MACRO
M. Ambrosio;R. Antolini;C. Aramo;G. Auriemma;G. Auriemma.
Physics Letters B (1998)
Electroweak measurements in electron positron collisions at W-boson-pair energies at LEP
S. Schael;R. Barate;R. Brunelière;D. Buskulic.
Physics Reports (2013)
New results on $ u_\mu o u_ au$ appearance with the OPERA experiment in the CNGS beam
N. Agafonova;R. Brugnera;K. Hakamata;N. Di Marco.
Journal of High Energy Physics (2013)
Measurement of the Z0 mass and width with the opal detector at LEP
M. Z. Akrawy;G. Alexander;J. Allison;P. P. Allport.
Physics Letters B (1989)
Observation of a first ντ candidate event in the OPERA experiment in the CNGS beam
N. Agafonova;A. Aleksandrov;O. Altinok;M. Ambrosio.
Physics Letters B (2010)
The OPERA experiment in the CERN to Gran Sasso neutrino beam
R. Acquafredda;T. Adam;N. Agafonova;P. Alvarez Sanchez.
Journal of Instrumentation (2009)
Matter effects in upward-going muons and sterile neutrino oscillations
M. Ambrosio;R. Antolini;G. Auriemma;G. Auriemma;D. Bakari.
Physics Letters B (2001)
Multiplicities of charged particles up to ISR energies
M. Antinucci;A. Bertin;P. Capiluppi;M. D’Agostino-Bruno.
Lettere Al Nuovo Cimento (1973)
Measurement of the strong coupling constant αs and the vector and axial-vector spectral functions in hadronic tau decays the opal collaboration
K. Ackerstaff;G. Alexander;J. Allison;N. Altekamp.
European Physical Journal C (1999)
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