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2017 in Review, Perspectives for 2018

Aglaya Snetkov, Richard Connolly & Vladimir Gel'man
Russian Analytical Digest (RAD), 213

First joint observations of space weather events over Mexico

Christian Andreas Monstein, Gerardo Cifuentes, Pedro Corona-Romero, Ernesto Andrade, Maria A. Sergeeva, Esmeralda Romero-Hernandez, Victor De La Luz, Ernesto Aguilar-Rodríguez, Luis X. González, Juan Américo González-Esparza, Julio C. Mejia-Ambriz, Elizandro Huipe-Domratcheva, Mario Mario Rodríguez-Martínez, Pablo Villanueva & José F. Valdés-Galicia
ISSN:0939-4176

Stroboscope: Declarative Network Monitoring on a Budget

Tobias Bühler, Laurent Vanbever, Olivier Tilmans, Ingmar Poese & Stefano Vissicchio
Proceedings of the 15th USENIX Symposium on Networked Systems Design and Implementation

A Neural Multi-sequence Alignment Technique (NeuMATCH)

Boyang Li, Pelin Dogan, Markus Gross & Leonid Sigal
2018 IEEE/CVF Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition

Pinpointing Dream Settings Onto Place Cookies

Lorenz Hurni & Cristina Iosifescu Enescu
On the Way to Platial Analysis: Can Geosocial Media Provide the Necessary Impetus? - Proceedings of the First Workshop on Platial Analysis (PLATIAL'18)

A new bioinspired method for pressure and flow sensing based on the underwater air-retaining surface of the backswimmer Notonecta

Horst Bleckmann, Goran Lovric, Torsten Scherer, Peter T. Rühr, Anke Schmitz, Robin Fröhlingsdorf, Matthias Mail, Wilhelm Barthlott, Adrian Klein & Stanislav N. Gorb
In technical systems, static pressure and pressure changes are usually measured with piezoelectric materials or solid membranes. In this paper, we suggest a new biomimetic principle based on thin air layers that can be used to measure underwater pressure changes. Submerged backswimmers (Notonecta sp.) are well known for their ability to retain air layers on the surface of their forewings (hemelytra). While analyzing the hemelytra of Notonecta, we found that the air layer on the...

Fracture kinematics in steep bedrock permafrost, Aiguille du Midi (3842 m a.s.l., Chamonix Mont-Blanc, France)

Ludovic Ravanel, Philip Deline, Jan Beutel & Grégoire Guillet
Book of Abstracts 5th European Conference on Permafrost

Large-scale experiments into the tsunamigenic potential of different iceberg calving mechanisms

Guido Wolters, Fan Chen, Markus Brühl, Helge Fuchs, Valentin Heller, Roman Gabl & Xuexue Chen
Scientific Reports, 9 (1)

Expanding Foam as the Material for Fabrication, Prototyping and Experimental Assessment of Low-Cost Soft Robots With Embedded Sensing

Stelian Coros, David Hahn, Luca Somm & Nitish Kumar
Fabricating robots from soft materials imposes major constraints on the integration and compatibility of embedded sensing, transmission, and actuation systems. Various soft materials present different challenges, but also new opportunities, for novel fabrication techniques, integrated soft sensors, and embedded actuators. For instance, extensive research on silicone elastomers has led to the development of soft sensors based on closed channels filled with liquid metal conductors, as well as corresponding fluidic actuators by pressurizing cavities within the...

Derandomizing distributed algorithms with small messages: Spanners and dominating set

Fabian Kuhn & Mohsen Ghaffari
Leibniz International Proceedings in Informatics (LIPIcs), 121

Heavy atom labeling enables silanol defect visualization in silicalite-1 crystals

Teng Li, Zhiqiang Ma, Takashi Ishikawa, Ana B. Pinar, Jeroen A. Van Bokhoven, Johannes Ihli & Frank Krumeich
ISSN:1359-7345

Identification of white campion (Silene latifolia) guaiacol O-methyltransferase involved in the biosynthesis of veratrole, a key volatile for pollinator attraction

Alok K. Gupta, Alex Widmer, Tariq A. Akthar, Eran Pichersky & Florian P. Schiestl
Background Silene latifolia and its pollinator, the noctuid moth Hadena bicruris, represent an open nursery pollination system wherein floral volatiles, especially veratrole (1, 2-dimethoxybenzene), lilac aldehydes, and phenylacetaldehyde are of key importance for floral signaling. Despite the important role of floral scent in ensuring reproductive success in S. latifolia, the molecular basis of scent biosynthesis in this species has not yet been investigated. Results We isolated two full-length cDNAs from S. latifolia that show similarity...

Measurements of Higgs boson properties in the diphoton decay channel in proton-proton collisions at √s=13 TeV

Francesca Nessi-Tedaldi, Nadezda Chernyavskaya, Vittorio R. Tavolaro, Felicitas Pauss, Matthieu Marionneau, Diego A. Sanz Becerra, Et Al., Gaël Perrin, Albert M. Sirunyan, CMS Collaboration, Bruno Casal, Jan Hoss, Daniele Ruini, Günther Dissertori, Francesco Micheli, Dmitry Hits, Daniel Meister, Rainer Wallny, Maren T. Meinhard, Minna L. Vesterbacka Olsson, Pirmin Berger, Lukas Bäni, Christophorus Grab, Thomas Klijnsma, Constantin Heidegger … & Lesya Shchutska
Measurements of Higgs boson properties in the H → γγ decay channel are reported. The analysis is based on data collected by the CMS experiment in proton-proton collisions at s√=13 TeV during the 2016 LHC running period, corresponding to an integrated luminosity of 35.9 fb−1. Allowing the Higgs mass to float, the measurement yields a signal strength relative to the standard model prediction of 1.18 − 0.14 + 0.17  = 1.18 − 0.11 + 0.12 (stat) − 0.07 + 0.09 (syst) − 0.06...

Investigation of the central Adriatic lithosphere structure with the AlpArray-CASE seismic experiment

Iva Dasović, Snježan Prevolnik, Dejan Jarić, Stefan Wiemer, Irene Molinari, Domenico Giardini, Vesna Šipka, John Clinton, Edi Kissling, Josip Stipčević & Simone Salimbeni
The tectonics of the Adriatic microplate is not well constrained and remains controversial, especially at its contact with the Dinarides, where it acts as the lower plate. While the northern part of the Adriatic microplate will be accu- rately imaged within the AlpArray project, its central and southern parts de- serve detailed studies to obtain a complete picture of its structure and evolution. We set up the Central Adriatic Seismic Experiment (CASE) as a AlpArray...

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