Currently in INFN Torino.

I am from Budapest and I did there my BSc and MSc specializing in theoretical and particle physics. Since then I worked with many aspects of physics elasticity, galactical dynamics, and more recently heavy-ion physics. My current interests are jets and the description of particle production in high-energy collisions. My thesis project is about to develop a Monte Carlo generator that can simulate how jet particles interact with the quark-gluon plasma.

I am a PhD student in the group, and I work on different aspects of the theory of jet quenching. I am originally from Bergen and did my Bachelor here. Then I went on to complete my Master in Theoretical Physics at Imperial College London, where I wrote about the AdS/CFT correspondence and its application in heavy ion physics. In my research I am focusing on different refinements to describing particle propagation and splitting in a thermal medium.

I come from Coimbra, Portugal, where I studied Nuclear and Particle Physics before coming to Bergen. Here I am starting my PhD on Phenomenology, which I find most interesting for its bridge between theory and experiment. Apart from Heavy Ion Physics, I am also interested in Beyond the Standard Model and Fundamental Physics.

Master student in the heavy-ion group here at the University of Bergen. The goal of my master thesis is to use Bayesian inference and MCMC (Markov Chain Monte Carlo) sampling to estimate the energy-loss distribution of QCD jets in a quark-gluon plasma. I am going to try to impliment in such a way that one can distinguish between energy-loss of quark-dominated jets and gluon-dominated jets.

Currently at INFN Torino.