CERN School of Computing 2011 15-26 August 2011 - Copenhagen, DK

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University of Bern - Switzerland


Currently, I am a PhD student at the University of Bern (Switzerland) in the field of neutrino physics. I studied physics at the University of Hamburg (Germany) and wrote my Diploma thesis about the OPERA neutrino oscillation experiment in 2007. I remained in the field and moved to Bern, where I have focused my work on the T2K experiment in Japan, which recently published its first results. My contributions to the experiment are the magnetic field mapping of the large size magnet of the near detector as well as the analysis of Delta++ production from neutrinos in the near detector.