Guido Pizzella


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Guido

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Pizzella

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  • 2018-10 Emission of cosmic rays from Jupiter: magnetospheres as possible sources of cosmic rays in THE EUROPEAN PHYSICAL JOURNAL C
  • 2018-01 Supernova 1987A, 30 Years Later in PHYSICS OF ATOMIC NUCLEI
  • 2017-07 Galileo versus Aristotle: the case of supernova 1987A in ASTROPHYSICAL BULLETIN
  • 2017-02 Why the interpretation of “Measuring propagation speed of Coulomb fields” stands in THE EUROPEAN PHYSICAL JOURNAL C
  • 2016-11 Birth and initial developments of experiments with resonant detectors searching for gravitational waves in THE EUROPEAN PHYSICAL JOURNAL H
  • 2016-08 New analysis for the correlation between gravitational wave and neutrino detectors during SN1987A in THE EUROPEAN PHYSICAL JOURNAL C
  • 2015-03 Measuring propagation speed of Coulomb fields in THE EUROPEAN PHYSICAL JOURNAL C
  • 2010 Search for Gravitational Waves with Resonant Detectors in GENERAL RELATIVITY AND JOHN ARCHIBALD WHEELER
  • 2002 Recent Improvements on the EXPLORER Gravitational Wave Antenna in RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN GENERAL RELATIVITY, GENOA 2000
  • 2002 NAUTILUS Recent Results in RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN GENERAL RELATIVITY, GENOA 2000
  • 1998-10 Experimental study of the dynamic Newtonian field with a cryogenic gravitational wave antenna in THE EUROPEAN PHYSICAL JOURNAL C
  • 1998-01 On the Efficiency of the Coincidence Search in Gravitational Wave Experiments in GENERAL RELATIVITY AND GRAVITATION
  • 1998 Experimental study of the dynamic Newtonian field with a cryogenic gravitational wave antenna in THE EUROPEAN PHYSICAL JOURNAL C
  • 1996-05 The ultracryogenic gravitational wave detector NAUTILUS in CZECHOSLOVAK JOURNAL OF PHYSICS
  • 1995-12 Resonant detectors for gravitational waves in RENDICONTI DEL SEMINARIO MATEMATICO E FISICO DI MILANO
  • 1995-05 Gravitational-wave research with resonant antennas in IL NUOVO CIMENTO C
  • 1994-11 Weiner filters for gravitational-wave antennas: Characteristics and applications in IL NUOVO CIMENTO C
  • 1994 Gravitational Wave Search with Resonant Detectors in COSMOLOGY AND PARTICLE PHYSICS
  • 1992-11 Correlation between gravitational-wave detectors and particle detectors duringSN1987A in IL NUOVO CIMENTO C
  • 1992-07 An adaptive filter for gravitational-wave antennas in IL NUOVO CIMENTO C
  • 1991-11 Correlation between the Maryland and Rome gravitational-wave detectors and the Mont Blanc, Kamioka and IMB particle detectors during SN 1987 A in IL NUOVO CIMENTO B (1971-1996)
  • 1991-03 Coincidences among the data recorded by the baksan, kamioka and mont blanc underground neutrino detectors, and by the Maryland and Rome gravitational-wave detectors during Supernova 1987 A in IL NUOVO CIMENTO C
  • 1991-03 Evaluation and preliminary measurement of the interaction of a dynamical gravitational near field with a cryogenic gravitational wave antenna in ZEITSCHRIFT FÜR PHYSIK C PARTICLES AND FIELDS
  • 1991 Experimental Search of Gravitational Waves in GRAVITATION AND MODERN COSMOLOGY
  • 1989-03 New ways with gravitational waves in NATURE
  • 1989 Data Analysis and Algorithms for G.W. Antennas in DATA ANALYSIS IN ASTRONOMY III
  • 1989-01 Analysis of the data recorded by the Mont Blanc neutrino detector and by the Maryland and Rome gravitational-wave detectors during SN1987A in IL NUOVO CIMENTO C
  • 1989 Gravitational Wave Experiments with Resonant Antennas in GRAVITATIONAL WAVE DATA ANALYSIS
  • 1989 Gravnet, Multiple Antenna Coincidences and Antenna Patterns For Resonant Bar Antennas in GRAVITATIONAL WAVE DATA ANALYSIS
  • 1988-11 Coincidence techniques for gravitational wave experiments in IL NUOVO CIMENTO B (1971-1996)
  • 1986-07 Preliminary results on the operation of a 2270 kg cryogenic gravitational-wave antenna with a resonant capacitive transducer and a d.c. SQUID amplifier in IL NUOVO CIMENTO C
  • 1986-03 Estimate of the background of a gravitational-wave detector due to cosmic rays in IL NUOVO CIMENTO C
  • 1986-01 Data analysis for a gravitational wave antenna with resonant capacitive transducer in IL NUOVO CIMENTO C
  • 1985-05 An experimental apparatus for studying the background of gravitational-wave antennas and its correlation with geophysical phenomena in IL NUOVO CIMENTO C
  • 1984-06 On the band width of resonant gravitational-wave antennas in LETTERE AL NUOVO CIMENTO (1971-1985)
  • 1984-05 Initial operation at liquid-helium temperature of theM=2270 kg Al 5056 gravitational-wave antenna of the Rome group in IL NUOVO CIMENTO C
  • 1984-03 Sensitivity of a weber-type resonant antenna to monochromatic gravitational waves in IL NUOVO CIMENTO C
  • 1981-07 Background of gravitational-wave antennas of possible terrestrial origin-III in IL NUOVO CIMENTO C
  • 1981-05 Background of gravitational-wave antennas of possible terrestrial origin—I in IL NUOVO CIMENTO C
  • 1981-05 Matching of transducers to resonant gravitational-wave antennas in IL NUOVO CIMENTO C
  • 1981-05 Background of gravitational-wave antennas of possible terrestrial origin.-II in IL NUOVO CIMENTO C
  • 1980-07 Information on the operation of theM = 389 kg gravitational-wave antenna of the Roma group at an effective noise temperature ofTweff = 0.3 K in LETTERE AL NUOVO CIMENTO (1971-1985)
  • 1978-11 Data analysis algorithms for gravitational-wave experiments in IL NUOVO CIMENTO C
  • 1978-11 Initial operation of theM=390 kg cryogenic gravitational-wave antenna in IL NUOVO CIMENTO C
  • 1978-07 Measurements with a small (M=24.4 kg) cryogenic gravitational-wave antenna atT=1.5 K in IL NUOVO CIMENTO C
  • 1978-06 On the electrical equivalent circuits of gravitational-wave antennas in IL NUOVO CIMENTO B (1971-1996)
  • 1977-10 Measurements of the merit factorQ of an aluminium gravitational-wave antenna between 4.2 and 1.1 K in IL NUOVO CIMENTO B (1971-1996)
  • 1977-03 Measurement at 4.2 K of the Brownian noise in a 20 kg gravitational wave antenna and upper limit for gravitational radiation at 8580 Hz in LETTERE AL NUOVO CIMENTO (1971-1985)
  • 1977 Estimated Sensitivity of the Low Temperature Gravitational Wave Antenna in Rome in TOPICS IN THEORETICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL GRAVITATION PHYSICS
  • 1976-04 On the data analysis algorithm for gravitational-wave experiments in LETTERE AL NUOVO CIMENTO (1971-1985)
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