Mikhail Kozlov

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In this paper we continue to pursue a goal of finding the effective theory for high energy interaction in QCD based on the colour dipole approach, for which the BFKL Pomeron Calculus gives a low energy limit. The two key problems, that we consider are the following: the probabilistic interpretation of the BFKL Pomeron Calculus and the possible scenario for(More)
PURPOSE Arranging transmit array elements in multiple rows provides an additional degree of freedom to correct B1 (+) field inhomogeneities and to achieve whole-brain excitation at ultrahigh field strengths. Receive arrays shaped to the contours of the anatomy increase the signal-to-noise ratio of the image. In this work, the advantages offered by the(More)
To accelerate the analysis of a multi-element MRI coil, a two-way link is used between radiofrequency (RF) circuit and 3-D electromagnetic (EM) simulation tools. In this configuration, only one 3-D EM simulation is required to investigate the coil performance over a range of different tunings, saving considerable computation time. For the purpose of 3-D EM(More)
In this paper we continue to pursue a goal of finding an effective theory for high energy interaction in QCD based on the colour dipole approach, for which the BFKL Pomeron Calculus gives a low energy limit. The key problem, that we try to solve in this paper is the probabilistic interpretation of the BFKL Pomeron Calculus in terms of the colourless dipoles(More)
In this paper we discuss the processes of diffractive production in the framework of the BFKL Pomeron calculus in zero transverse dimension. Considering the diffractive production of a bunch of particles with not very large masses, namely, ln M 2 /m 2 ≪ 1 ¯ α S ln N 2 c ¯ α 2 S , we found explicit formulae for calculation of the cross sections for the(More)
We present a numerical investigation of the RF fields generated inside a human head by single and dual-row loop arrays. For a uniform circular polarization (CP) mode excitation, a dual-row array has no advantage for human brain excitation. Significant improvement of B(1)+ homogeneity with a simultaneous increase of coverage in the axial direction can be(More)
Chemiresistor-based vapour sensors made from network films of single-walled carbon nanotube (SWNT) bundles on flexible plastic substrates (polyethylene terephthalate, PET) can be used to detect chemical warfare agent simulants for the nerve agents Sarin (diisopropyl methylphosphonate, DIMP) and Soman (dimethyl methylphosphonate, DMMP). Large, reproducible(More)