Christian ELSASSER University of Zürich - Switzerland
  I received my master degree in physics in 2011 from the University of Zurich, working in the field of very rare B decays at the LHCb experiment. Before I was setting up a test facility to monitor silicon sensors using IR lasers.  Subsequently to the master degree I started my PhD thesis where I've continued the work on very rare B decays, mainly in the context of particle identification. Further I am also developing a tool to monitor the radiation damage in the silicon trackers of LHCb and have just started to study hadronic tau reconstruction in LHCb which will be used in many Electroweak as well as Flavour Physics analyses.

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