I am a researcher at Lund University and a member of the ATLAS Collaboration, an experiment at the Large Hadron Collider at CERN. I search for new physics phenomena that can be produced in the LHC's proton-proton collisions, motivated by the presence of dark matter in our universe. Together with a post-doctoral researcher and two students, I work on the DARKJETS project, seeking the particles that mediate the interaction between known particles and Dark Matter particles. My research is financed by the European Research Council and by the Swedish Research Council, Vetenskaprådet. Here is a blog post from F. Trovato, a PhD student at the University of Sussex, explaining my research on dark matter. You can find a series of links concerning my research below.
I enjoy involving the general public in my research, and I am involved in the outreach projects below.
Together with Alice Ohlson , I teach the "High energy physics, cosmology and accelerators" (FYSC14) course at the Physics faculty of Lund University.
Together with Mikael Lund and Giulio Tesei, I teach the "Reproducible and Interactive Data Analysis and Modeling using Jupyter notebooks" course at the COMPUTE graduate school Course page .
Together with Else Lytken, I teach the ATLAS Open Data lab of the "Advanced particle physics" course (FYST17) EPS-HEP 2018 proceedings .
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You can also contact me via e-mail .