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Younes Otarid

Name: Younes Otarid

Nationality: Moroccan

Master in: Physics

College/University: University of Strasbourg

PIER research field: Particle and Astroparticle Physics

Research topic: CMS tracker detector upgrade and search for physics beyond the standard model

Further research interests:
silicon sensors, electronics, data acquisiton systems, machine learning, standard model, supersymmetry

Research group: DESY-CMS

Supervisor/s of thesis: Prof. Dr. Elisabetta Gallo, Dr. Andreas Mussgiller, Dr. Isabell Melzer-Pellmann

Special features about the research group:
pT discriminating silicon tracker modules, search for Supersymmetry

I plan to submit my thesis in: 14th October 2022

This is what brought me to Hamburg/Benefits from PIER (Cooperation of DESY and Universität Hamburg):
In addition to Hamburg being a beautiful and active city, PIER and DESY are very supportive for international students and offer an outstanding environment for research built around great facilities and international experts.

My plans for my career after my PhD:
Continue my journey in academia with the ambition of becoming a professor one day.

Hobbies/Outreach: Reading, Writing, Football

My favorite place in Hamburg: Landungsbrücken, Sternschanze, Schanzenpark, Stadtpark

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Younes Otarid
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Event Calendar
08 May. 2020 to 01 Dec. 2020
Chaired by: Hans-Christian Wille
21 Sep. 2020 to 25 Sep. 2020
Location: Zoom
21 Sep. 2020 to 22 Sep. 2020
Chaired by: Bridget Murphy
Speaker: BERTRAM, Florian (DESY Photon Science), HUBER, Patrick (Kiel University)
22 Sep. 2020 to 25 Sep. 2020
22 Sep. 2020 to 25 Sep. 2020
Speaker: ALONSO ÁLVAREZ, Gonzalo, BONNEFOY, Quentin
23 Sep. 2020 13:00
Speaker: Dr. BRASE, Lisa, HEINRICH, Alexander
Location: Zoom
23 Sep. 2020 16:00
Speaker: Jan Baumbach (Technical University of Munich (TUM))
25 Sep. 2020 13:00
Speaker: Nils Michael Roth
Location: Gebäude 15, Hörsaal
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