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Research

I’m working on a Magnetic monopole search within NOvA experiment. It is one of the particle physics experiments that aim to answer the big question about our fundamental understanding of nature. Although it is mainly a neutrino experiment, our far detector located in Ash River, Nothern Minnesota, can allow us to search for the magnetic monopole. (for more information about the theory of magnetic monopole visit my review paper online here)

part of my work is to do with some internal Data-Driven Triggering, which is our attempts to choose which data to save during the experiment run and which to discard based on physics of interest.

During my undergraduate, I have done some particle physics projects for practice. It ranges from some basic LHC phenomenology work to my thesis about upgrading CMS experiment (which is one of the main LHC experiments) Tracker.

Publications

Strip hit resolution of CMS Tracker analysis ( Undergraduate thesis)
Magnetically charged black hole ( Conference published paper)
Search for Slow Magnetic Monopoles with the NOvA Far Detector (MS Thesis )

 

Projects
Analysis of Type Ia supernovae  data
Analysis of Earthquake Time Series Data using Machine Learning