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Puebla de Zaragoza, Mexico

The Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla is the oldest and largest university in Puebla, Mexico. Founded on 15 April 1587 as Colegio del Espíritu Santo, the school was sponsored by Society of Jesus during most of the Spanish colonial era before turning into a public college in 1825 and eventually into a public university in 1937. The religious origins can be seen in many of BUAP's buildings in Puebla city centre, which were once colonial-era churches. The flagship campus is located in the city of Puebla, although more than nine facilities are distributed across the state. Currently, it is one of the 105 institutes participating in the Alice Experiment at CERN. Wikipedia.

Diaz-Cruz J.L.,Autonomous University of Puebla | Ma E.,University of California at Riverside
Physics Letters, Section B: Nuclear, Elementary Particle and High-Energy Physics | Year: 2011

If the standard model of particle interactions is extended to include a neutral SU(2)N gauge factor, with SU(3)C×SU(2)L×U(1)Y×SU(2)N embedded in E6 or [SU(3)]3, a conserved generalized R parity may appear. As a result, apart from the recent postulate of a separate non-Abelian gauge factor in the hidden sector, we have the first example of a possible dark-matter candidate X1 which is a non-Abelian vector boson coming from a known unified model. Using current data, its mass is predicted to be less than about 1 TeV. The associated Z' of this model, as well as some signatures of the Higgs sector, should then be observable at the LHC (Large Hadron Collider). © 2010 Elsevier B.V. Source

Holloway J.,Autonomous University of Puebla
Antipode | Year: 2010

In this article I suggest that the key to understanding autonomies is the revolt of one form of activity against another. I relate this revolt to Marx's concept of the dual character of labour, and suggest that the rise of autonomist politics should be understood as an expression of the crisis of abstract labour. © 2010 The Author Antipode © 2010 Editorial Board of Antipode. Source

Poli C.,Autonomous University of Puebla | Luna-Acosta G.A.,Autonomous University of Puebla | Stockmann H.-J.,University of Marburg
Physical Review Letters | Year: 2012

We investigate the nearest level spacing statistics of open chaotic wave systems. To this end we derive the spacing distributions for the three Wigner ensembles in the one-channel case. The theoretical results give a clear physical meaning of the modifications on the spacing distributions produced by the coupling to the environment. Based on the analytical expressions obtained, we then propose general expressions of the spacing distributions for any number of channels, valid from weak to strong coupling. The latter expressions contain one free parameter. The surmise is successfully compared with numerical simulations of non-Hermitian random matrices and with experimental data obtained with a lossy electromagnetic chaotic cavity. © 2012 American Physical Society. Source

Izrailev F.M.,Autonomous University of Puebla | Krokhin A.A.,University of North Texas | Makarov N.M.,Autonomous University of Puebla
Physics Reports | Year: 2012

This review presents a unified view on the problem of Anderson localization in one-dimensional weakly disordered systems with short-range and long-range statistical correlations in random potentials. The following models are analyzed: the models with continuous potentials, the tight-binding models of the Anderson type, and various Kronig-Penney models with different types of perturbations. Main attention is paid to the methods of obtaining the localization length in dependence on the controlling parameters of the models. Specific interest is in an emergence of effective mobility edges due to certain long-range correlations in a disorder. The predictions of the theoretical and numerical analysis are compared to recent experiments on microwave transmission through randomly filled waveguides. © 2011 Elsevier B.V.. Source

Escalante A.,Autonomous University of Puebla | Zarate M.,Autonomous University of Puebla
Annals of Physics | Year: 2015

A detailed Hamiltonian analysis for a five-dimensional Stüeckelberg theory with a compact dimension is performed. First, we develop a pure Dirac's analysis of the theory; we show that after performing the compactification, the theory is reduced to four-dimensional Stüeckelberg theory plus a tower of Kaluza-Klein modes. We develop a complete analysis of the constraints, we fix the gauge and we show that there are present pseudo-Goldstone bosons. Then we quantize the theory by constructing the Dirac brackets. As complementary work, we perform the Faddeev-Jackiw quantization for the theory under study, and we calculate the generalized Faddeev-Jackiw brackets, we show that both the Faddeev-Jackiw and Dirac's brackets are the same. Finally we discuss some remarks and prospects. © 2014 Elsevier Inc. Source

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