Clemens A. Heusch

Professor of Physics
Dr. rer. nat., Technical University Munich, Germany, 1959
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Office: Room 331, Natural Sciences 2Phone: (831) 459-2333FAX: (831) 459-5777e-mail:

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Research Interests

Clemens A. Heusch has had a long involvement with deeply inelastic muon-nucleon scattering, co-discovering the "EMC effect" and the "spin crisis" at CERN. This program, now in its final analysis stage, finds its continuation in electron-nucleon scattering at HERA, with the ZEUS experiment - where we concentrate on lepton flavor violation searches. For the ATLAS detector at CERN, he has been involved in cooling procedures for the vertex detector assemblies, measuring thermal conduction in pyrolythic graphite materials. In preparation of BaBar running, he is studying dileptonic final state distributions as possible signals of new physics phenomena. He is spending a good fraction of his efforts on Linear Electron Collider work - specifically on its e-e- configuration. Physics motivation, accelerator realization, and detector features are being followed closely by an international working party he has been coordinating for years.

Collaboration Involvement: ZEUS, ATLAS, BaBar, NLC

Selected Publications

Direct Measurement of the Thermal Conductivity of Various Pyrolytic Graphite Samples, C.A. Heusch, A. Kholodenko, H.G. Moser, submitted to Nucl. Inst. Methods (2000).

Can Heavy Majorana Neutrinos Be Found in TeV Electron--Electron Scattering? The Nuclear Connection, C.A. Heusch, Nucl. Phys. A629, 545c (1998).

The Trouble With Inverse Neutrinoless Beta Decay, C.A. Heusch, Int. J. Mod. Phys. A13, 2383 (1998).

e-e- 97: A Progress Report on the Electron-Electron Collider Front, C.A. Heusch, ibidem, p. 2217.

Search for Lepton Flavor Violation in ep Collisions, ZEUS Collaboration, Z. Phys.</> C73, 613 (1997).

Electron-Electron Scattering at TeV Energies: An Integral Part of any Linear Collider Program, C.A. Heusch, Int. J. Mod. Phys. A11, 1 (1996).

Lepton Flavour Violation Induced by Heavy Majorana Neutrinos, C.A. Heusch and P. Minkowski, Nucl. Phys. B416, 3 (1994).

A Strategy for Discovering Heavy Neutrinos, C.A. Heusch and P. Minkowski, Phys. Lett. B374, 116 (1996).

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