Contact
Name
Claude Nuttens
Position
Former member
PhD student in CP3 from October 2009 to December 2014
Main Subject
I'm working on particle identification with ionization energy loss and its application to searches for stable massive particles with the CMS detector at the LHC.
Projects
I am involved in the following research directions:

CMS Tracker commissioning and performance assessment

The CMS silicon strip tracker is the largest device of its type ever built. There are 24244 single-sided micro-strip sensors covering an active area of 198m2.
Physics performance of the detector are being constantly assessed and optimized as new data comes.
Members of UCL are playing a major role in the understanding of the silicon strip tracker and in the maintenance and development of the local reconstruction code.

External collaborators: CMS tracker collaboration.

Publications in CP3
All my publications on Inspire

2015

Constraints on the pMSSM, AMSB model and on other models from the search for long-lived charged particles in proton-proton collisions at sqrt(s) = 8 TeV
Khachatryan, Vardan and others
[Abstract] [PDF] [Journal]
Refereed paper. 10th February.

2014

Reinterpreting the results of the search for long-lived charged particles in the pMSSM and other BSM scenarios
CMS Collaboration
[Full text]
Public experimental note. 1st July.

2013

Searches for long-lived charged particles in pp collisions at sqrt(s)=7 and 8 TeV
CMS Collaboration
[Abstract] [PDF] [Journal] submitted to JHEP
Refereed paper. 6th May.

2012

Measurement of the Z/gamma*+b-jet cross section in pp collisions at 7 TeV
Chatrchyan, SergueiProg. Part. Nucl. Phys. and others
[Abstract] [PDF] [Journal] [Full text] Published in the Journal of High Energy Physics
Refereed paper. 10th April.

2011

Search for Heavy Stable Charged Particles in pp collisions at sqrt(s) = 7 TeV
The CMS Collaboration
[Abstract] [PDF] [Journal] Published in JHEP
Refereed paper. 8th February.


[UCLouvain] - [SST] [IRMP] - [SC]
Contact : Jérôme de Favereau
Research
Job opportunities Postdoctoral Position in Precision Computations for the LHC