Dr. Samira Hassani

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Dr. Samira Hassani is researcher staff in Particle Physics Division of at CEA-Saclay (Institut de Recherche sur les lois Fondamentales de l’Univers) since 2004. She received her Master degree in Theoretical Physics from Mohamed First University in Morocco in 1998. She obtained her Ph.D. in Particle Physics in 2002 at Paris-Saclay University. She was awarded with the European Research Council grant. She is a member of several review committees. She is currently the vice-director of the “Pheniics doctoral school” at Paris-Saclay University. She has supervised many students and post-docs. In addition, she is involved in the doctoral student’s matters. After spending more than twenty years as member of the ATLAS collaboration at CERN, where she contributed to all stages of the experiment, going from the simulation, commissioning to data analysis, including development of the reconstruction algorithms to detect the muons in the muon spectrometer. She served as a convenor of B- Physics working group in ATLAS. She has also contributed to many Higgs, Dibosons analyses.In 2019, she has moved to neutrinos field working in the T2K collaboration. She is currently coordinating the High-Angle-TPC group in view of Near Detector (ND280) upgrade for T2K experiment.

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