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Nationaal instituut voor Subatomaire Fysica / National Institute for Subatomic Physics  [NIKHEF]


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Name National Institute for Subatomic Physics
Name (original vn) Nationaal instituut voor Subatomaire Fysica
Acronym NIKHEF
Country Netherlands
Address Science Park 105, 1098 XG Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Type Research Institute
Status Active
ROR id (link) https://ror.org/00f9tz983
Crossref Org ID (link) No Crossref Org ID found
Superseded by Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research

ROR information

ROR ID (link) https://ror.org/00f9tz983
Primary Name National Institute for Subatomic Physics
Alternative Names Nikhef
Nationaal instituut voor Subatomaire Fysica
Country Netherlands
Website(s) https://www.nikhef.nl/
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NIKHEF

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Publications associated to this Organization :

2024

  • Event generators for high-energy physics experiments
    by J. M. Campbell, M. Diefenthaler, T. J. Hobbs, S. Höche, J. Isaacson, F. Kling, S. Mrenna, J. Reuter, S. Alioli, J. R. Andersen, C. Andreopoulos, A. M. Ankowski, E. C. Aschenauer, A. Ashkenazi, M. D. Baker, J. L. Barrow, M. van Beekveld, G. Bewick, S. Bhattacharya, C. Bierlich, E. Bothmann, P. Bredt, A. Broggio, A. Buckley, A. Butter, J. M. Butterworth, E. P. Byrne, C. M. Carloni-Calame, S. Chakraborty, X. Chen, M. Chiesa, J. T. Childers, J. Cruz-Martinez, J. Currie, N. Darvishi, M. Dasgupta, A. Denner, F. A. Dreyer, S. Dytman, B. K. El-Menoufi, T. Engel, S. Ferrario Ravasio, D. Figueroa, L. Flower, J. R. Forshaw, R. Frederix, A. Friedland, S. Frixione, H. Gallagher, K. Gallmeister, S. Gardiner, R. Gauld, J. Gaunt, A. Gavardi, T. Gehrmann, A. Gehrmann-De Ridder, L. Gellersen, W. Giele, S. Gieseke, F. Giuli, E. W. N. Glover, M. Grazzini, A. Grohsjean, C. Gütschow, K. Hamilton, T. Han, R. Hatcher, G. Heinrich, I. Helenius, O. Hen, V. Hirschi, M. Höfer, J. Holguin, A. Huss, P. Ilten, S. Jadach, A. Jentsch, S. P. Jones, W. Ju, S. Kallweit, A. Karlberg, T. Katori, M. Kerner, W. Kilian, M. M. Kirchgaeßer, S. Klein, M. Knobbe, C. Krause, F. Krauss, J. Lang, J. -N. Lang, G. Lee, S. W. Li, M. A. Lim, J. M. Lindert, D. Lombardi, L. Lönnblad, M. Löschner, N. Lurkin, Y. Ma, P. Machado, V. Magerya, A. Maier, I. Majer, F. Maltoni, M. Marcoli, G. Marinelli, M. R. Masouminia, P. Mastrolia, O. Mattelaer, J. Mazzitelli, J. McFayden, R. Medves, P. Meinzinger, J. Mo, P. F. Monni, G. Montagna, T. Morgan, U. Mosel, B. Nachman, P. Nadolsky, R. Nagar, Z. Nagy, D. Napoletano, P. Nason, T. Neumann, L. J. Nevay, O. Nicrosini, J. Niehues, K. Niewczas, T. Ohl, G. Ossola, V. Pandey, A. Papadopoulou, A. Papaefstathiou, G. Paz, M. Pellen, G. Pelliccioli, T. Peraro, F. Piccinini, L. Pickering, J. Pires, W. Placzek, S. Plätzer, T. Plehn, S. Pozzorini, S. Prestel, C. T. Preuss, A. C. Price, S. Quackenbush, E. Re, D. Reichelt, L. Reina, C. Reuschle, P. Richardson, M. Rocco, N. Rocco, M. Roda, A. Rodriguez Garcia, S. Roiser, J. Rojo, L. Rottoli, G. P. Salam, M. Schönherr, S. Schuchmann, S. Schumann, R. Schürmann, L. Scyboz, M. H. Seymour, F. Siegert, A. Signer, G. Singh Chahal, A. Siódmok, T. Sjöstrand, P. Skands, J. M. Smillie, J. T. Sobczyk, D. Soldin, D. E. Soper, A. Soto-Ontoso, G. Soyez, G. Stagnitto, J. Tena-Vidal, O. Tomalak, F. Tramontano, S. Trojanowski, Z. Tu, S. Uccirati, T. Ullrich, Y. Ulrich, M. Utheim, A. Valassi, A. Verbytskyi, R. Verheyen, M. Wagman, D. Walker, B. R. Webber, L. Weinstein, O. White, J. Whitehead, M. Wiesemann, C. Wilkinson, C. Williams, R. Winterhalder, C. Wret, K. Xie, T-Z. Yang, E. Yazgan, G. Zanderighi, S. Zanoli, K. Zapp,
    SciPost Phys. 16, 130 (2024)
  • Sub-TeV hadronic interaction model differences and their impact on air showers
    by Michael Schmelling, Álvaro Pastor-Gutiérrez, Harm Schorlemmer, Robert Daniel Parsons,
    SciPost Phys. Proc. 15, 015 (2024)
  • Jet substructure observables for jet quenching in quark gluon plasma: A machine learning driven analysis
    by Miguel Crispim Romão, José Guilherme Milhano, Marco van Leeuwen,
    SciPost Phys. 16, 015 (2024)

2023

  • Machine learning and LHC event generation
    by Anja Butter, Tilman Plehn, Steffen Schumann, Simon Badger, Sascha Caron, Kyle Cranmer, Francesco Armando Di Bello, Etienne Dreyer, Stefano Forte, Sanmay Ganguly, Dorival Gonçalves, Eilam Gross, Theo Heimel, Gudrun Heinrich, Lukas Heinrich, Alexander Held, Stefan Höche, Jessica N. Howard, Philip Ilten, Joshua Isaacson, Timo Janßen, Stephen Jones, Marumi Kado, Michael Kagan, Gregor Kasieczka, Felix Kling, Sabine Kraml, Claudius Krause, Frank Krauss, Kevin Kröninger, Rahool Kumar Barman, Michel Luchmann, Vitaly Magerya, Daniel Maitre, Bogdan Malaescu, Fabio Maltoni, Till Martini, Olivier Mattelaer, Benjamin Nachman, Sebastian Pitz, Juan Rojo, Matthew Schwartz, David Shih, Frank Siegert, Roy Stegeman, Bob Stienen, Jesse Thaler, Rob Verheyen, Daniel Whiteson, Ramon Winterhalder, Jure Zupan,
    SciPost Phys. 14, 079 (2023)
  • Non-standard neutrino spectra from annihilating neutralino dark matter
    by Melissa van Beekveld, Wim Beenakker, Sascha Caron, Jochem Kip, Roberto Ruiz de Austri, Zhongyi Zhang,
    SciPost Phys. Core 6, 006 (2023)

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Fellows affiliated to this Organization

Currently active

  • No fellowship found

Former

  • Igonkina, Olga (guest fellowship)
  • Igonkina, Olga
  • Morgenstern, Marcus Matthias (guest fellowship)

Support history

This Organization has not yet supported SciPost.

Balance of SciPost expenditures versus support received

The following Expenditures (National Institute for Subatomic Physics) table compiles the expenditures by SciPost to publish all papers which are associated to National Institute for Subatomic Physics , and weighed by this Organization's PubFracs.

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Year (click to toggle details) NAP Total associated expenditures PubFrac
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Cumulative 27 €11130 €3838 €0 €-3838
Per year:
3 €1500 €226 €0 €-226

The following table give an overview of expenditures , compiled for all Publications which are associated to National Institute for Subatomic Physics for 2024.

You can see the list of associated publications under the Publications tab.

Expenditures (National Institute for Subatomic Physics)
Journal APEX NAP Total associated expenditures PubFracs PubFracs expenditures share
SciPostPhys €600 2 €1200 0.337 €202
SciPostPhysProc €300 1 €300 0.083 €24
2 €990 €91 €0 €-91

The following table give an overview of expenditures , compiled for all Publications which are associated to National Institute for Subatomic Physics for 2023.

You can see the list of associated publications under the Publications tab.

Expenditures (National Institute for Subatomic Physics)
Journal APEX NAP Total associated expenditures PubFracs PubFracs expenditures share
SciPostPhys €495 1 €495 0.019 €9
SciPostPhysCore €495 1 €495 0.166 €82
6 €1998 €1137 €0 €-1137

The following table give an overview of expenditures , compiled for all Publications which are associated to National Institute for Subatomic Physics for 2022.

You can see the list of associated publications under the Publications tab.

Expenditures (National Institute for Subatomic Physics)
Journal APEX NAP Total associated expenditures PubFracs PubFracs expenditures share
SciPostPhys €444 3 €1332 1.311 €582
SciPostPhysProc €222 3 €666 2.5 €555
0 €0 €0 €0 €0

The following table give an overview of expenditures , compiled for all Publications which are associated to National Institute for Subatomic Physics for 2021.

You can see the list of associated publications under the Publications tab.

Expenditures (National Institute for Subatomic Physics)
Journal APEX NAP Total associated expenditures PubFracs PubFracs expenditures share
2 €1240 €164 €0 €-164

The following table give an overview of expenditures , compiled for all Publications which are associated to National Institute for Subatomic Physics for 2020.

You can see the list of associated publications under the Publications tab.

Expenditures (National Institute for Subatomic Physics)
Journal APEX NAP Total associated expenditures PubFracs PubFracs expenditures share
SciPostPhys €620 2 €1240 0.266 €164
10 €3300 €1739 €0 €-1739

The following table give an overview of expenditures , compiled for all Publications which are associated to National Institute for Subatomic Physics for 2019.

You can see the list of associated publications under the Publications tab.

Expenditures (National Institute for Subatomic Physics)
Journal APEX NAP Total associated expenditures PubFracs PubFracs expenditures share
SciPostPhys €440 5 €2200 1.768 €777
SciPostPhysProc €220 5 €1100 4.375 €962
2 €1460 €334 €0 €-334

The following table give an overview of expenditures , compiled for all Publications which are associated to National Institute for Subatomic Physics for 2018.

You can see the list of associated publications under the Publications tab.

Expenditures (National Institute for Subatomic Physics)
Journal APEX NAP Total associated expenditures PubFracs PubFracs expenditures share
SciPostPhys €730 2 €1460 0.458 €334
2 €642 €147 €0 €-147

The following table give an overview of expenditures , compiled for all Publications which are associated to National Institute for Subatomic Physics for 2017.

You can see the list of associated publications under the Publications tab.

Expenditures (National Institute for Subatomic Physics)
Journal APEX NAP Total associated expenditures PubFracs PubFracs expenditures share
SciPostPhys €321 2 €642 0.458 €147