Ana Sofia Nunes


My webpage with work done at the Brookhaven National Laboratory: here.

As a postdoc at LIP and at the COMPASS collaboration at CERN I work on the COMPASS DCS and on the extraction of hadron multiplicities in muon-proton DIS to be used in fragmentation function QCD fits.
COMPASS muon program setup

COMPASS experiment at CERN (setup for data taking with muon beams and polarised targets)

LIP | COMPASS | COMPASS DCS | COMPASS online event display | publications | COMPASS II Proposal 

Communications and proceedings at international conferences:

  1. K-/K+ multiplicity ratio for kaons produced in DIS with a large fraction of the virtual photon energy, DIS2018, XXVI. International workshop on deep-inelastic scattering and related subjects, Kobe, Japan, 16-20 April, 2018: slides, proceedings.

  2. The spin structure of the proton at low x and low Q2 in two-dimensional grids from COMPASS, DIS2016, XXIV. International workshop on deep-inelastic scattering and related subjects, DESY, Hamburg, Germany, 11-15 April, 2016: slides, proceedings.

  3. New COMPASS results on A1p and g1p and QCD fit, QCD14, 17th International Conference on Quantum Chromodynamics, Montpellier, France, 30 Jun-04 Jul, 2014: slides, proceedings.

  4. First results on A1p and g1p at low x and low Q2 from COMPASS, DIS2014, XXII. International Workshop on Deep-Inelastic Scattering and Related Subjects, Warsaw, Poland, 28 April - 2 May, 2014: slides, proceedings.

  5. A1p and g1p at low x and low Q2 from COMPASS, DSpin13, 15th Workshop on High Energy Spin Physics, JINR, Dubna, Russia, October 8-12, 2013: slides, proceedings.

  6. Control Systems: An Application to a High Energy Physics Experiment (COMPASS), AQTR2012, Cluj-Napoca, Romania, May 24th, 2012: slides, proceedings.


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Interview to Murray Gell-Mann at CERN on 23.01.2012
Concrete Quarks: The Beginning of the End, George Zweig's history of quarks, 19.09.2013