My research interest concentrates on new physics beyond the
of particle physics.
I work in particular on the collider (mostly LHC)
phenomenology of the
and of supersymmetric (SUSY)
particles, as well as on dark matter
A brief CV: after my PhD
in theoretical particle physics at the
Institute of High Energy Physics (HEPHY)
Austrian Academy of Sciences (ÖAW)
in Vienna, Austria,
I spent six years as a postdoc in the
Theory Division of
CERN in Geneva, Switzerland.
In 2007, I got a permanent research position of the French
CNRS and moved to
in Grenoble, France.
At present, I am leading the theoretical physics group of LPSC.
New: Portrait by photographer Patrick Dumas for CERN's 60th anniversary.
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