Antonio Boveia

Antonio Boveia

Antonio Boveia

Assistant Professor of Physics

boveia.1@osu.edu

(614) 688-2670

3056 Physics Research Building

Areas of Expertise

  • Experimental particle physics
  • Dark matter

Education

  • Ph.D. Physics, University of California, Santa Barbara, 2008
  • B.S. Physics, Mathematics, and Astronomy, University of Iowa, 2001

I use the ATLAS Experiment at the Large Hadron Collider to search for new fundamental particles and forces. I’m particularly interested in the particle physics of the 85% of matter in the universe that cannot be understood with known particles and forces, known as dark matter. I record proton-proton collision data with novel data-taking techniques and trigger upgrades that increase the sensitivity of ATLAS to rare processes, such as the production of weakly-interacting massive particles. There are many synergies between my work on LHC searches and the work done in CCAPP. From 2014--2018, I led the LHC Physics Centre's working group for dark-matter activities at the LHC and its predecessor. I am also leading the development of track trigger electronics for ATLAS and my group contributes to the operation of the ATLAS trigger.
 

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