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First Name Pasquale-Fabrizio
Last Name Salvatore
Email p.salvatore@rhul.ac.uk
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Location RHUL
Country United Kingdom

Personal Details

  • Name: Fabrizio Salvatore
  • Office: W256
  • Phone: 3479
  • Position: Research Associate
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Work interests

I am currently working on the ATLAS experiment at CERN. My interest is in searches for super-symmetric signatures using three leptons final states, where one of the lepton is a tau. I'm also working in the Physics Analysis Tools Working Group to develop tools for the analysis of ATLAS data. Previously I have been involved in the BaBar experiment at SLAC, working on B physics and Tau physics topics, and in the CALICE R&D experiment, developing and testing calorimeter prototypes for future linear collider detectors.

Teaching Material

Conference Talks

  • Other talks:
    • "The Origin of Matter", talk for the RHUL Particle Physics Masterclass.
    • Implementing the Free Movement of Persons Provisions in an Enlarged Europe: Promoting Scientific Mobility and Balanced Growth, University of Leeds, July 2003: Being Mobile Researchers: the Experience of Two Physicists (with Dr Antonella De Santo).

HEP Seminars

Publications

I am co-author of 383 scientific publications, 375 of which on refereed journals. Listed below are 5 of the most recent publications to which I have contributed:

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