CERN School of Computing 2012
13-24 August, Uppsala, Sweden

Arnaud Ferrari

Uppsala University, Sweden

Arnaud Ferrari holds a PhD degree in high-energy physics from the Université Joseph Fourier, in Grenoble, France. He graduated in 1999 after three years of PhD studies, working on the discovery potential for heavy Majorana neutrinos in the ATLAS experiment at the Large Hadron Collider, as well as electromagnetic calorimetry for the ATLAS detector. After having worked on the CLIC project at CERN in Geneva for two years, he moved to Uppsala in 2001, and still works there today. Until 2008, he worked on accelerator and beam instrumentation for the CLIC project and then moved back to the ATLAS project, where he works on searches for charged Higgs bosons in the LHC data. In 2011, he was appointed as an associate professor.


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