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Simone Bifani

  • Dr
  • Research Fellow
  • University of Birmingham School of Physics and Astronomy
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Research interests

rare decayselectroweak physicsflavour physicsparticle physics

About

I joined the LHCb experiment in 2010 and focussed my work on electroweak physics, rare b-hadron decays and lepton universality. I was responsible for the measurements of W and Z boson production during Run-1 and I co-convened the "Electroweak" sub-working group for two years. I tested lepton universality using B0→K∗0l+l−− decays and I co-convened the "Electroweak Penguin Decays" sub-working group for one year. I am currently co-convening the "Rare Decays" working group. As a member of the NA48 and NA62 collaborations between 2002 and 2009, I made extensive studies of rare kaon decays: I performed original analyses of the KS,L→π∓μ±ν and K±→π±γγ processes and contributed to the operation and maintenance of the detector.

Co-authors (4631)

  • debora zanatto

Professional experience

Research Fellow

School of Physics and Astronomy, University of Birmingham

February 2013 - Present

Postdoctoral Researcher

School Of Physics, University College Dublin

January 2010 - December 2012(3 years)

Marie-Curie Early Stage Researcher

University of Bern Institute for Theoretical Physics

January 2008 - December 2009(2 years)

Education

Experimental Physics Department

University of Torino

February 2005 - March 2008(3 years)

Department of Physics

University of Perugia

September 1998 - July 2004(6 years)