European School of Instrumentation
in Particle & Astroparticle Physics
Current Faculty

Module 1 :  Physics of particle and astroparticle detectors

 

 - Experimental subatomic physics : Marco Delmastro, research scientist at CNRS, member of the ATLAS collaboration, LAPP Annecy.

 

- Experimental  cosmology :Juan Macias-Perez, research director at CNRS, member of the PLANCK collaboration, LPSC Grenoble.

 

- Experimental astroparticle physics  : François Montanet, professor at the university Joseph Fourier of Grenoble, member of the AUGER collaboration, LPSC Grenoble.

 

- Interaction of particles with matter :  Lucia Di Ciaccio, professor at the university of Savoie Mont-Blanc, member of the ATLAS collaboration, LAPP Annecy.

 

- Statistical and stochastic aspects :

  • A reminder on Probability and statistics : Benoît Clément, assistant professor at the university Joseph Fourier of Grenoble and Mathieu Guigue Ph.D. student at university Grenoble Alpes, Members of the GRANIT collaboration at ILL, LPSC Grenoble

  • Multivariate analysis : Yann Coadou, research scientist at CNRS, member of the ATLAS collaboration, CPPM Marseille

 

- Hands-on C++ programming :   Éric Chabert, assistant professor at the university of Strasbourg, Member of the CMS collaboration, IPHC Strasbourg

 

- Detector simulation : Alberto Ribon & Witold Pokorski, physicists at CERN, members of the G4 collaboration

 

- Calorimetry : Isabelle Wingerter-Seez, research director at CNRS, member of the ATLAS collaboration, LAPP Annecy.

 

- Tracking : Jérôme Baudot, professor at the university of Strasbourg, Auguste Besson, assistant-professor at the university of Strasbourg, Members of the CMOS group of IPHC Strasbourg.

 

- Muon detection : Laurent Chevalier, physicist at IRFU/CEA-Saclay, member of the ATLAS collaboration, Saclay.

 

- Radioprotection : Helmut Vincke, member of the CERN radioprotection department and professor at the university of Graz

 

- Particle identification : Guillaume Unal, physicist at CERN, member of the ATLAS collaboration, CERN Geneva

 

- Imaging and Cherenkov detectors : François Montanet, professor at the university Joseph Fourier of Grenoble, member of the AUGER collaboration, LPSC Grenoble.

 

- Lab sessions :at CERN

  • Lab 1 : Resistive plate chambers : tutored by Roberto Guida, physicist at CERN

  • Lab 2 : Characterization of Silicon Photomultipliers : tutored by Dominik Dannheim and Magdalena Muenker, physicists at CERN

  • Lab 3 : Introduction to radiation damage in silicon detectors : laser characterization of silicon detectors : tutored by Christian Gallrapp, CERN fellow, Michael Moll, physicist at CERN, Hannes Neugebauer, Ph.D. student, Marcos Fernandez Garcia, research scientist at ICFA Santander

 

- Computer sessions :  Éric Chabert, assistant professor at the university of Strasbourg, Member of the CMS collaboration, IPHC Strasbourg
Éric Conte, assistant professor at the university of Haute Alsace, member of the CMS collaboration, GRPHE Mulhouse

 

Module 2 :  Detectors technologies and applications

 

- Detector technologies :

  • Principles of detection, gaseous, semiconductor, scintillation, cerenkov, transition radiation detectors : Jean-Marie Brom, research director at CNRS, member of the CMS collaboration, IPHC Strasbourg.

  • Liquid noble detectors : Johann Collot,  professor at the university Joseph Fourier of Grenoble, member of the ATLAS collaboration, LPSC Grenoble.

  • Low temperature detectors : Alain Benoît,  research director at CNRS, member of the PLANCK & NIKA collaborations, Institut Néel Grenoble.

 

- Signal processing and electronics : Daniel Dzahini, research engineer at CNRS, member of the ATLAS collaboration, LPSC Grenoble.

 

- C++ programming :   Sébastien Ponce, computing engineer at CERN, Member of the CERN IT department, CERN Geneva.

 

- Python programming : Jérôme Odier, computing engineer at CNRS, member of the ATLAS collaboration, LPSC Grenoble

 

- Data technologies  : Alberto Pace, computing engineer at CERN, member of the CERN IT department, CERN Geneva.

 

- Grid computing  : Catherine Biscarat, computing engineer at CNRS, member of the ATLAS experiment, LPSC Grenoble.

 

- Trigger and data acquisition :

 

- Modular electronics and VME bus : Markus Joos, engineer at CERN, member of the ATLAS collaboration, CERN Geneva

 

- Trigger and data acquisition :

  • Modular electronics and VME bus : Markus Joos, engineer at CERN, member of the ATLAS collaboration, CERN Geneva

  • TDAQ software : Enrico Pasqualucci, physicist at INFN Roma, member of the ATLAS collaboration, INFN and University of Roma I

  • FPGAs : Hannes Sakulin, physicist at CERN, member of the CMS collaboration, CERN Geneva

  • Trigger : Franscesca Pastore, physicist at Royal Holloway Univ. of London, member of the ATLAS collaboration, Royal Holloway London

 

- Composite materials : Jérôme Senmartin, lecturer at Compositec Bourget du Lac.

 

- 3D and additive printing : Marc Krauth, research engineer at CNRS, IPHC Strasbourg

 

- Project management :  Pierre Bonnal, physicist at CERN, member of the CERN engineering department, CERN Geneva.

 

- Magnets for particle detectors : Herman ten Kate, physicist at CERN, member of the ATLAS collaboration, CERN Geneva

 

- Medical applications : Ziad El Bitar, research scientist at CNRS, IPHC Strasbourg

 

- Production and detection of ultra cold neutrons : Guillaume Pignol, assistant professor at the university Joseph Fourier of Grenoble, member of the GRANIT collaboration, LPSC Grenoble.

 

- Space projects : Jan Droz, research director at CNES, ARIANE project manager for CNES, CNES France

 

- Lab sessions :at CERN, coordinated by Markus Joos, physicist at CERN

  • Lab 1 : FPGA exercise : tutored by Dominique Gigi, physicist at CERN

  • Lab 2 : DAQ system exercise : tutored by Markus Joos, physicist at CERN

                     In Grenoble : 

  • Lab 1 : Diamond detector for particle physics : Jean-Yves Hostachy, research director at CNRS, member of the ATLAS collaboration, LPSC Grenoble , Alexia Gorecki, post-doctoral research physicist, LPSC Grenoble