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    Visible neutrino decay in the light of appearance and disappearance long-baseline experiments

    Gago, Alberto, Gomes, Ricardo, Gomes, Abner, Jones-Pérez, Joel, Peres, Orlando
    Journal of High Energy Physics, 2017, Vol.2017(11), pp.1-29 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    Searching for cavities of various densities in the Earth's crust with a low-energy electron-antineutrino beta-beam

    Argüelles, Carlos, Bustamante, Mauricio, Gago, Alberto
    arXiv.org, Aug 17, 2015 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    Testing quantum decoherence at DUNE

    Carpio, Jose, Massoni, Eduardo, Gago, Alberto
    arXiv.org, May 19, 2020 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    Probing the Type I Seesaw mechanism with displaced vertices at the LHC

    Gago, Alberto, Hernández, Pilar, Jones-Pérez, Joel, Losada, Marta, Moreno Briceño, Alexander
    The European Physical Journal C, 2015, Vol.75(10), pp.1-10 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    Climate Change, Buildings and Energy Prices

    Gago, Alberto, Hanemann, Michael, Labandeira, Xavier, Ramos, Ana
    IDEAS Working Paper Series from RePEc, 2012
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    Title: Climate Change, Buildings and Energy Prices
    Author: Gago, Alberto; Hanemann, Michael; Labandeira, Xavier; Ramos, Ana
    Subject: Ideas.Repec.Org/P/Efe/Wpaper/Fa04-2012.Html
    Description: Buildings are crucial to control present and future energy demand and, therefore, greenhouse gas concentrations in the atmosphere. In this chapter we suggest that, due to a number of general and specific barriers to the implementation of energy efficiency in buildings, energy prices and conventional energy and environmental policy instruments may not achieve the desired outcomes. Instead, we suggest a novel package of complementary measures that can simultaneously tackle the problems of imperfect information, split incentives among agents, uncertainty about cost and limited access to capital. The proposed policy package is defined around energy certification of buildings, uses flexible building codes, smart metering and employs a new tax on energy inefficiency to foster continuous incentives towards energy efficiency improvements and to provide revenues for an energy efficiency fund that provides capital to firms and poor households.
    Is part of: IDEAS Working Paper Series from RePEc, 2012

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    Probing the Type I Seesaw Mechanism with Displaced Vertices at the LHC

    Gago, Alberto, Hernández, Pilar, Jones-Pérez, Joel, Losada, Marta
    arXiv.org, Sep 22, 2015
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    Title: Probing the Type I Seesaw Mechanism with Displaced Vertices at the LHC
    Author: Gago, Alberto; Hernández, Pilar; Jones-Pérez, Joel; Losada, Marta
    Contributor: Losada, Marta (pacrepositoryorg)
    Subject: Luminosity ; Apexes ; Decay ; Optimization ; Neutrinos
    Description: The observation of Higgs decays into heavy neutrinos would be strong evidence for new physics associated to neutrino masses. In this work we propose a search for such decays within the Type I seesaw model in the few-GeV mass range via displaced vertices. Using 300 fb\(^{-1}\) of integrated luminosity, at 13 TeV, we explore the region of parameter space where such decays are measurable. We show that, after imposing pseudorapidity cuts, there still exists a region where the number of events is larger than \(\mathcal{O}(10)\). We also find that conventional triggers can greatly limit the sensitivity of our signal, so we display several relevant kinematical distributions which might aid in the optimization of a dedicated trigger selection.
    Is part of: arXiv.org, Sep 22, 2015
    Identifier: 2331-8422 (E-ISSN)

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    La fiscalidad ambiental / Environmental Taxation

    Durán Cabré, José, Andersen, Mikael, Álvarez, Xosé, Gago, Alberto, Labandeira, Xavier
    IDEAS Working Paper Series from RePEc, 2014
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    Title: La fiscalidad ambiental / Environmental Taxation
    Author: Durán Cabré, José; Andersen, Mikael; Álvarez, Xosé; Gago, Alberto; Labandeira, Xavier
    Subject: Ideas.Repec.Org/P/Ieb/Report/Ieb_Report_2_2014.Html
    Is part of: IDEAS Working Paper Series from RePEc, 2014

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    Probing the Type I Seesaw Mechanism with Displaced Vertices at the LHC

    Gago, Alberto M., Hernández, Pilar, Jones-Pérez, Joel, Losada, Marta, Briceño, Alexander Moreno
    Cornell University
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    Title: Probing the Type I Seesaw Mechanism with Displaced Vertices at the LHC
    Author: Gago, Alberto M.; Hernández, Pilar; Jones-Pérez, Joel; Losada, Marta; Briceño, Alexander Moreno
    Subject: High Energy Physics - Phenomenology
    Description: The observation of Higgs decays into heavy neutrinos would be strong evidence for new physics associated to neutrino masses. In this work we propose a search for such decays within the Type I seesaw model in the few-GeV mass range via displaced vertices. Using 300 fb$^{-1}$ of integrated luminosity, at 13 TeV, we explore the region of parameter space where such decays are measurable. We show that, after imposing pseudorapidity cuts, there still exists a region where the number of events is larger than $\mathcal{O}(10)$. We also find that conventional triggers can greatly limit the sensitivity of our signal, so we display several relevant kinematical distributions which might aid in the optimization of a dedicated trigger selection. Comment: 17 pages, 8 figures; v2: Added figure, improved discussion, version accepted for publication in EPJC
    Identifier: 1505.05880 (ARXIV ID)

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    Testing FLUKA on neutron activation of Si and Ge at nuclear research reactor using gamma spectroscopy

    Bazo, Jose, Rojas, Jairo, Best, Sergio, Bruna, Ruben, Endress, Eric, Mendoza, Pablo, Poma, Victor, Gago, Alberto
    arXiv.org, Dec 21, 2017 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    El espacio regional como escenario de los procesos de globalización: la región de Cuyo en los noventa

    Gago, Alberto Daniel
    Revista de estudios regionales, 1995, Issue 43, pp.117-150 [Peer Reviewed Journal]
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    Title: El espacio regional como escenario de los procesos de globalización: la región de Cuyo en los noventa
    Author: Gago, Alberto Daniel
    Is part of: Revista de estudios regionales, 1995, Issue 43, pp.117-150
    Identifier: 0213-7585 (ISSN)