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    • Auctions for the support of renewable energy in the UK: updated results and lessons learnt 

      Woodman, B; Fitch-Roy, O (AURES II, 17 October 2019)
      Background to this study. This report serves to restate and update the findings of AURES report D4.1-UK published in March 2016 (Fitch-Roy and Woodman 2016)1 . While the fundamental design of the UK auctions system ...
    • Do non-dipolar magnetic fields contribute to spin-down torques? 

      See, V; Matt, SP; Finley, AJ; et al. (American Astronomical Society / IOP Publishing, 2019)
      Main sequence low-mass stars are known to spin-down as a consequence of their magnetised stellar winds. However, estimating the precise rate of this spin-down is an open problem. The mass-loss rate, angular momentum-loss ...
    • A nanophotonic laser on a graph 

      Gaio, M; Saxena, D; Bertolotti, J; et al. (Nature Research, 15 January 2019)
      Conventional nanophotonic schemes minimise multiple scattering to realise a miniaturised version of beam-splitters, interferometers and optical cavities for light propagation and lasing. Here instead, we introduce a ...
    • Representation of disturbance in the Joint UK Land Environment Simulator Vn4.8 (JULES) 

      Burton, C; Betts, R; Cardoso, M; et al. (Copernicus Publications, 19 July 2018)
      The representation of disturbance is a critical factor in land-surface modelling, but is generally poorly constrained in carbon cycle models. In particular, land-use change and fire can be treated as large-scale disturbances ...
    • Subgraph spotting in graph representations of comic book images 

      Le, TN; Luqman, MM; Dutta, A; et al. (Elsevier, 1 September 2018)
      Graph-based representations are the most powerful data structures for extracting, representing and preserving the structural information of underlying data. Subgraph spotting is an interesting research problem, especially ...