ESR of the AMVA4NP network at Université catholique de Louvain (Belgium). Experimentalist, I work on the development of a new framework for the Matrix Element Method and on 2HDM searches within the CMS collaboration at CERN.
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Experimental particle physicist. Interested in data analysis, simulations, phenomenology, non-HEP applications of HEP techniques (and vice versa). Member of the CMS collaboration, where I co-coordinated the Simulations and the Top Quark groups, and of the DELPHES project. I co-author the physics outreach blog of AMVA4NewPhysics and I run a sci-fi feuilleton in Italian here.
AMVA4NewPhysics ITNetwork ESR at CERN; studying MultiVariate Analysis methods applied to Supersymmetry/Dark Matter searches with CMS
I am the scientific coordinator of the AMVA4NewPhysics network. As a member of the CMS experiment at CERN I do research in fundamental physics. I am also an editor of the scientific journal "Reviews in Physics" by Elsevier.
Particle physicist working at LIP-Lisbon as part of the AMVA4NewPhysics ITN and the CMS collaboration. PhD student at IST, Lisbon. Research interests include di-Higgs production, multivariate analysis and machine learning techniques, and heavy-flavour modelling in Monte Carlo generation.
My name is Grzegorz Kotkowski but for simplicity I let the foreigners call me Greg. Currently I am a PhD student at the Department of Statistical Science in Padova, Italy. I am a member of the AMVA4NewPhysics network. Among my main interests is data mining and statistical analysis, however I’m also passionate about Physics. Therefore I think I am at the best possible place.
ESR at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens and member of AMVA4newPhysics network. My research focuses on supersymmetric searches using Multivariate Analysis techniques within the CMS collaboration.
Staff research physicist at CERN working in the CMS experiment. I like to work on the challenging projects in terms of physics topics and statistical methods. I recently launched and finished the first deep-learning application used reconstruction of CMS and enjoy the topic. I contribute to the network by my own work and supervision of an ESR at CERN.
Particle physicist working for the CMS experiment at LHC, postdoc, statistics enthusiast, with strong interest in disseminating scientific culture.