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Dr Pierre Lasorak

Post:Research Fellow (Physics and Astronomy)
Location:PEVENSEY 2 4A25A

Telephone numbers
UK:01273 877658
International:+44 1273 877658

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I did my PhD in Queen Mary, University of London on the T2K neutrino experiment.

The title of my thesis is: "A search for neutrino-induced single photons and measurement of oscillation analysis systematic errors with electron and anti-electron neutrino selections, using the off-axis near detector of the Tokai to Kamioka experiment". I completed this thesis in April 2018.

I hold two masters: one in engineering, in material sciences, from INSA Lyon in France (completed in 2013) and another one in particle physics, from Université Joseph Fourier at Grenoble, France (completed in 2014).


I'm a postdoc in particle physics. I work on the proposed DUNE neutrino experiment.

I'm involved in the design of the DAQ (Data Aquisition) of DUNE far detector in the context of Supernovae burst neutrinos.