About

I’m a post-doc in high-energy particle physics belonging to University of Toronto, Canada. I have been a member of the CERN ATLAS experiment since 2006. I’m mostly active in the measurement of differential cross-sections of top-quark pairs, Monte Carlo generators for high-energy physics (mostly POWHEG), jet energy scale calibration, and R&D for mechanization of the assembly of electronic boards for the upgrade of the inner tracker of ATLAS.

3 thoughts on “About

  1. I found your “The LHC @ home: How to build an electromagnet” post very helpful. It helped me in doing my UG Coursework Project in using electromagnets for controlling properties of Magneto Rheological Fluids.

    Thank you very much 🙂

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