Name : Anna Lipniacka Position : Professor Institution : Institutt for Fysikk og Teknologi Universitetet i Bergen Office : Rom 306 i Bjørn Trumpys hus Address : Allégt. 55, N-5007 Bergen, Norway Phone : +47 555 82803 Fax : +47 555 89440 Email : Anna.Lipniacka[at]ift.uib.no
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I am a physicist, working in experimental particle physics, lecturing at the University of Bergen, Department of Physics and Technology , and doing research at CERN. The particle physics group in Bergen has its very useful wiki site here and its own "OLD" website here . There is also a "new" cerntralized website here but it is not very useful so far. If you are read "scandinavian" and interested to know more about me :read these feature articles, one in Bergens Tidende and one in Popular Astronomi .
For few years before September 2003 I was teaching at the Physics Department University of Stockholm, Sweden. Here are some pictures from my sentimental good-bye Stockholm tour and some views from Alps and life in Geneva here . More travels and views on my personal page.
Particle physics is a lifestyle as well as a job- it took me other places as well, mainly various universities allover the world: University of Padua, Italy. Laboratory of Linear Accelerator, Paris, France, University of California, Irvine, US, University of Heidelberg, Germany, University of Warsaw, Poland; and scientific labs, CERN, DESY, and FERMILAB.
My major interest right now is the Atlas experiment and, in particular, searching for Dark Matter particle candidates in the ATLAS data of years 2011 and 2012. ATLAS and CMS have seen hints of mysterious Higgs boson, and right in the place interesting for Dark Matter discovery, if the world is "supersymmetric". You can read about it in many places, and also here if you happen to read Norwegian. Before, I have spent several years trying to find supersymmetry (primarily neutralinos) at LEP, and I did not found any, so I took some time setting limits on the mass of the Lightest Supersymmetric Particle, and other particles. I tried to measure as well some cross-sections for the production of the four-fermion final states. My other job was to be MAD , look there yourself.
Well, I am not mad anymore. I was the chair of the Atlas authorship committee for few months, if you are the ATLAS member you can see the old ATLAS members data base here . The data base used to be the source of information on ATLAS members, duties of ATLAS institutes towards the collaboration (so called Maintenance&Operation payments and Operation Tasks), it is used to create ATLAS phone book and general ATLAS author lists. Here is the list of various ATLAS meetings of interest to my work: tau meetings , and SUSY meetings , and top physics meetings , and data preparation general meetings . and, last but not least, ATLAS SUSY group twiki (restricted) here . Events and contributions of myself listed at CERN's indico, here , but you will see only some of them if you belong to the unlucky six billions of ATLAS non-members.
Before ATLAS, DELPHI, DELPHI and D0 I was working on other experiments: CDHSW neutrino experiment, Soledoidal Detector Collaboration at the Superconducting Supercollider (alas it did not live long enough to keep me in US) and, for short while on ZEUS detector, at HERA, DESY.
Number of visits since 4 Dec 1999 - 4000
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