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姓名: JOAO PEDRO BARREIRO GUIMARAES DA COSTA
部门:

实验物理中心

邮箱:

guimaraes@ihep.ac.cn

电话: 010-88236064

  简  介

Education Background and Working Experience

1990—1993  New University of Lisbon, Physics Engineering
            Licenciatura (equivalent to a Bachelor degree with thesis)
1993—1996  Technical University of Lisbon, Physics    M.Sc
1994—1998  Johns Hopkins University, Physics    M.A.
1998—2000  University of Michigan, Physics    Ph.D.
1990—1993  New University of Lisbon and Instituut voor Atom-en Molecuulfysica Junior Research Assistant
1993—1994  Laboratory of Instrumentation and High Energy Physics                  Master Degree Fellow 
1994—1995  Johns Hopkins University    Teaching Assistant
1995—1998  Johns Hopkins University    Research Assistant
1998—2000  University of Michigan      Research Assistant
2000—2003  Harvard University         Postdoctoral Fellow
2003—2006  Harvard University         Research Assistant
2006—2011  Harvard University         Assistant Professor
2011—2015  Harvard University         Associate Professor
2015—now   IHEP, CAS                     Professor

Research Orientation:Experimental particle physics

Current Research Fields and Main Achievements:  
  
For many years, he has taken an active part in detector design and physics studies in particle physics experiments at the highest energies. He has worked in heavy-ion collisions at CERN (NA38), proton-antiproton collisions at the Collider Detector at Fermilab (CDF), and at the ATLAS experiment at the Large Hadron Collider at CERN.
He participated in the design and construction of the Central Outer Tracker at CDF, and the muon detectors of the ATLAS experiment, taking a leading role in its installation and commissioning starting in 2007, and its upgrade starting in 2013.
He was engaged in physics analysis at the CDF for a long time, searching for new exotics particles, and taking a leading role in the top quark analysis. In ATLAS, he lead the team that obtained the very first set of physics results in electroweak physics and he was a main contributor to the analyses leading to the Higgs boson discovery.

He was Team Leader and Deputy Team Leader of the Harvard University ATLAS group; a member of the ATLAS Muon Detector steering group; a member of the ATLAS Physics Coordination team (as Standard Model Convener) and a Higgs Boson subgroup convener. He is currently the IHEP ATLAS group Team Leader, a member of the ATLAS Pixel Detector Institutional Board and he is engaged in the upgrade of the ATLAS Inner Detector, as well as Higgs and SM physics research. In 2016, he was elected the executive convener for the CEPC Physics and Detector Working Group, who is responsible for the production of the Physics and Detector volume of the CEPC Conceptual Design Report to be released in 2018. He is also currently leading a CEPC Pixel detector research project.