Postdoctoral Research Associate

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PhD studies

I'am a PhD student in the physics department at Mohammed V University in Rabat. My research focuses on the ATLAS experiment located at CERN near Geneva. ATLAS is a detector that records the results of collisions produced by the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), by far the most powerful particle accelerator ever built. We are living through one of the most exciting times in the history of fundamental physics. Indeed the LHC allows us to reach for the first time the energy scale of the Tera-electron-volt where we expect the presence of new fundamental physics, such as the creation of dark matter in the laboratory. The discovery of a new dimension of space and Supersymmetry. We have already discovered a new particle, the Higgs boson, which explains the origin of mass.

My reaserch interest

ATLAS experiment

The LHC and ATLAS have been working wonderfully since their start-up in 2009. My research concerns data analysis of the experiment. I started my PhD studies by the qualification task at the ATLAS experiment where I worked on tuning the argon emulation in the simulation of Transition Radiation Tracker. right after I joined the light-by-light scattering analysis and the invisible higgs VBF teams. The light-by-light scattering measurement is conducted with heavy-ion collisions data.

KM3NeT Telescope
I'm involved in the construction of the KM3NeT telescope where I participate to the integration of the digital optical modules in Rabat.

My resume W3Schools

My PhD thesis (in English) click on the link to download it: W3Schools

My master thesis (in French) click on the link to download it: W3Schools