Mr Mario Grandi

Post:Research student (Physics and Astronomy)
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I graduated from the University of Sussex with a 1st Mphys Physics and Astrophysics degree in 2017. My final year dissertation was titled "Simulation Studies for e+e- -> VH Final States at a Linear Collider in the Standard Model effective Field Theory", a project where i simulated Higgs-Strahlung processes for electron-positron collisions to determine the effects of the Effective Field Theory BSM on the kinematic properties and cross-sections of the final state particles. 


In September 2017 I joint the Experimental Particle Physics group at teh university of Sussex as a DISCnet PhD student. I've began reasearching supersymmetry, in particular i have joint the analysis group reaseaching for evidence of dircet production of the supersymmetric tau particle, with hadronically decaying final states in 13TeV proton-proton collisions, using the ATLAS detector at the Large Hadron Collider at CERN (Geneva). I also contribute to the ATLAS Innder Detector Trigger performance studies.




PhD Student in Experimental Particle Physics 




2017-Current      PhD Student, University of Sussex

2013-2017          MPhys of Physics and AstroPhysics, University of Sussex