Dr. Hélène Nadeau holds a BSc. (Physics) from Université Laval , M.Phil. and PhD.(Physics) from Yale University. In addition she completed Post doctorates at Saclay (France), Seoul National University (South Korea) and McGill University. Her primary domain of research has been the Theory of Elementary Particles. This work includes the use of bag models and skyrmions to explain static properties of hadrons. Furthermore she has worked on probabilities of observing exotic particles at future colliders and worked on Non-Relativistic Quantum Chromodynamics.
Check out Hélène’s publications on ResearchGate.
Currently, Hélène is conducting research in brain imaging to analyse the images produced by magnetic resonance in order to deduce what can be determined about the structure and operation of the brain.
Contributions to Dawson’s Community:
Dion, T. Gregoire, D. London, L. Marleau, H. Nadeau. Bilepton Production at Hadron Colliders. Physical Review D (10), 1998.
Sean Flemming, Oscar F. Hernadez, Ivan Maksymyk, H. Nadeau. “NRQCD matrix elements in polarization of J-Psi produced from b-decay” Physical Review D, 1996.
Bélanger, F. Boudjema, D. London, H. Nadeau. « Inverse neutrinoless double beta decay reexamined. Physical Review D: Particles and Fields. 53 (11), 1996.
Bélanger, F. Boudjema, D. London, H. Nadeau. “Inverse Neutrinoless Double Beta Decay Revisited” Physical Review (53), 1995.
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