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DESY

Deutsches Electronen Synchrotron Laboratory, Hamburg, Germany.
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"Spectrum's products have certainly proven themselves to be reliable," said Mark Lomperski, staff scientist at DESY. "The first digitizer cards that we bought for our group more than 15 years ago are still in use today, happily sampling away These Spectrum MI.3132s are used to measure the power in the RF pulses in the Linac-2 accelerator, which has 12 RF stations, each producing 5-ms RF pulses of 20 MW at 50 Hz, and the cards sample at 25 MHz.
The research team was led by Koen Janssens from Antwerp and also comprised scientists from TU Delft (Netherlands), the French CNRS, the Kroller-Muller Museum in Otterlo (Netherlands), the ESRF and DESY.
With everything that was removed from the ship, people will see, for the first time in more than 80 years, what Constitution looked like after her triumph over HMS Guerriere, where she gained her nickname 'Old Ironsides', said Desy.
Because charm-quark-containing particles are so readily produced at HERA, researchers belonging to what's known as DESY's H1 team decided to seek evidence of pentaquarks containing charm quarks in data from past HERA runs.
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Before this experiment, this limit was at about 20 nanometers," DESY researcher Dr.
WEST BOYLSTON - Longtime School Committee member Peter Desy is being remembered by colleagues as a consummate professional, dedicated to the youth of West Boylston and beyond.
The research team, including several ASU scientists, is led by the German Electron Synchrotron (DESY) scientist Henry Chapman from the Center of Free-Electron Laser Science (CFEL), professor Christian Betzel from the University of Hamburg and Lars Redecke from the SIAS joint Junior Research Group at the Universities of Hamburg and Lubeck.
Thus, some anomalous events that occurred at the PETRA colliding beam apparatus of the German Electron Synchrotron Laboratory (DESY) in Hamburg back in 1984 are now being interpreted as what Harald Fritzsch of DESY calls "a peephole' into a possible new domain of physics (quoted in the September CERN COURIER).
I sometimes sensed Peter Desy could get annoyed with my questions.