Member of the Monopole and Exotics Detector at the LHC (MoEDAL) Collaboration.

Member of the Monopole and Exotics Detector at the LHC (MoEDAL) Collaboration. My research is currently focused on phenomenological studies of new physics scenarios of interest to the MoEDAL’s Apparatus for Penetrating Particles (MAPP) Experiment, as well as feasibility studies for future linear colliders such as the International Linear Collider. 

My doctoral research comprised three components:

  1. service work related to the etching and calibration of the MoEDAL nuclear track detectors used in searches for highly ionizing particles, including magnetic monopoles, dyons, and HECOs;
  2. construction of the MAPP-1 detector, which was unanimously approved by the CERN Research Board to take data at the LHC’s Run 3;
  3. and phenomenological studies of the feasibility and physics performance of the MAPP-1 and MAPP-2 detectors for various beyond the Standard Model scenarios involving feebly interacting particles. This latter component was the primary focus of my thesis research

I also work as a freelance English editor of scientific manuscripts, having edited over 120 articles in this role. Lastly, I have served as a volunteer peer-reviewer for various journals, including Particles, Universe, and the European Physical Journal—Special Topics.

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