Dr. Antonio Boveia
Assistant Professor, Physics Department
The Ohio State University
3056 Physics Research Building
191 W. Woodruff Ave
Columbus, OH 43210
email: boveia.1 [at] osu.edu
at CERN: antonio.boveia [at] cern.ch / Bt 1-1-56
My c.v. and publications.
I'm a particle physicist. I study what the universe is made of and how those fundamental pieces interact with each other. Since 2009, I've been a part of the ATLAS Experiment at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC). I use LHC collisions to search for new particles and forces of nature. Recently, I'm most interested in how the LHC could provide a laboratory to learn about dark matter.
My Research Groupis new to OSU as of Fall of 2016. It is part of the overall OSU ATLAS group. I work most closely with
- Emma Tolley (postdoctoral researcher)
- Bryan Reynolds (graduate student)
Here are some of the things I've worked on.
- Trigger-object Level Analysis of Dijet Events
- Constraining Dark Matter using Mono-X, Dijet, and Dilepton Final States with the ATLAS Detector
- Dijet+ISR Search
- LHC Dark Matter Working Group
- First search for new particles with 13 TeV collision data
- ATLAS/CMS Dark Matter Forum
- ATLAS FastTracKer
- Discovery of the Higgs Boson where I played a tiny part, and a talk I gave shortly after.
- Radiation Damage to the CDF Silicon Vertex Detector
- Track Reconstruction and Diboson Resonance Searches in 1.96 TeV collision data
Here are some recent talks with imaginative titles.
- Dark Matter at the LHC, APS Coordination Panel for Advanced Detector R&D, Caltech, 8–10 October 2016
- Dark Matter Searches at the LHC, Dark Interactions 2016, Brookhaven National Lab, 4–7 October 2016
- Searches for Dark Matter at ATLAS and CMS, SUSY 2016, Melbourne, Australia, 3-8 July 2016
- Searches for Dark Matter at ATLAS, CERN LHC Seminar, CERN, 26 April 2016
- Searches for Dark Matter at ATLAS, Joint Experimental/Theoretical Physics Seminar, Fermilab, 6 November 2015