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Research & Institution
CERN, (European Organization for Nuclear Re-search), Atlas ExperimentCERN, (European Organization for Nuclear Re-search), Atlas Experiment
My academic experience and research interests span on a wide range of topics from nuclear physics to high energy physics.
I joined the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) as a PhD student since 2007, working on the ATLAS experiment at the world's largest and highest-energy accelerator, the Large Hadron Collider (LHC). My PhD thesis focus on tree main parts:
Eperimentale part: which was about the electronic calibration of the ATLAS detector Physics Part: Which is dedicated to the B-Physci study. This part contain a study of the possible measurement of parameters of the Standard Model, which relate to the CP violation using the LHC data Computing Part: Which concerns the grid computing The prime goal of building the LHC is to provide the existance of the mysterious Higgs boson, and furthermore to probe the signals of New Physics. My current research interest concerns this topic, mainly on the search of the charged Higgs boson.