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  • Supersymmetryby Pierre Binetruy

    Oxford University Press, UK 2006; US$ 71.99

    A general graduate level presentation of supersymmetry, a symmetry which plays a central role in the theory of elementary particles. Useful for graduate students who want to specialize in high energy experimental or theoretical physics, high energy astrophysics or cosmology. - ;This book describes the basic concepts of supersymmetric theories. It is... more...

  • A la poursuite des ondes gravitationnellesby Pierre Binétruy

    Dunod 2015; Not Available

    Nous sommes habitués à observer la lumière des étoiles pour comprendre l?Univers. Ce n?est pourtant pas la radiation la plus présente dans l?Univers mais c?est celle que nous avons d?abord identifiée car nos yeux sont des « détecteurs de lumière ». Or l?Univers est mu par la gravité, non par la lumière. C?est donc la radiation associée, appelée onde... more...

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